Leading ‘honour’ based violence charity calls for full investigation into steps taken to protect ‘honour’ killing victim

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Diana Nammi, Executive Director of the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation is available for interview.  On Thursday 1 May 2014, at Manchester Crown Court, the trail is continuing regarding the ‘honour’ killing of Rania Alayed a 25 year old Syrian born mother of three. Her husband and his two brothers are accused of murdering her because they thought she was becoming “too westernised”. (more…)
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