Iran’s Guardian Council denied Saturday that the killing of a teenage girl by her father was the result of “negligence” due to a delay in its approval of a new child protection law.
#Iran #honorkilling Teenage #girl elopes with lover, is caught by police & forced back home, where father stabs her to #death. Father won't be charged with premeditated #manslaughter under law.— Sarbas Nazari (@Sarbas1982) May 26, 2020
This 13-year old Iranian girl, Rumina, is a victim of anti-women laws in Iran.— Masih Alinejad 🏳️ (@AlinejadMasih) May 26, 2020
A 35-year old man tricked her into eloping with him.
Then, she was arrested. The judge decided to hand her over to her dad.
Her dad cut her head off in her sleep.
There was no-one to save her pic.twitter.com/US1E6ep5cq