We here at People You’ll See In Hell will be the first to admit:
We’re not big fans of Shari’a law.
57-year-old Muhammad Parvez, a cab driver in Toronto, Canada, is a perfect example of why.
A religious man who would stop his cab at least three to four times a day to pray, Muhammad was having a hard time bringing his 16-year-old daughter, Aqsa Parvez, in-line.
She was so problematic that he was forced to take slightly more drastic physical measures than usual to make sure she got the idea that he was in charge.
Oh my. Sounds bad.
What was the little tramp doing?
Was she staying out late at night?
Was she drinking?
Was she doing drugs?
Was she sleeping with boys?
Was she considering the act of smiling at a Jew?
No! Aqsa Parvez, didn’t want to wear a hijab anymore.
Muhammad Parvez wanted his daughter to look like this:
And, being a normal teenager in Canada, Aqsa Parvez wanted to look like this:
Aqsa Parvez had been obeying her father for the last few years, wearing the hijab at school. Recently, however, she had decided that maybe, possibly, a woman could think for herself in Canada and not be killed for it.
Aqsa Parvez would leave home wearing a hijab and loose-fitting clothes, but would take off her head scarf and change into tighter garments at school, then change back before going home at the end of the day.
Well, for Muhammad Parvez, who was a strict adherent of the religion of peace, that just wouldn’t do.
So, on the 10th of December, 2007, at eight in the morning, emergency operators received a call from a man who informed them that he had just killed his daughter.
Emergency medical crew rushed Aqsa Parvez to the hospital, but nothing the doctors could do was able to save her life and she died late that night.
Her friends at school alerted the local media just why her father would do such a thing to his daughter.
She wanted to go different ways than her family wanted to go, and she wanted to make her own path, but her father wouldn’t let her.
Another of her friends, Dominiquia Holmes-Thompson, told the media that:
She loved clothes. She just wanted to show her beauty … She just wanted to dress like us, just like a normal person.
Well, thanks to Muhammad Parvez, Aqsa Parvez will never be a normal person.
She is now a dead person – the latest victim of religious extremism.
In case you were curious, here is Aqsa’s MySpace page, where her last mood was “horny.”
Muhammad, who was arrested by police as medical workers carried away his daughter, now faces a charge of murder.
His 26-year-old son, Waqas Parvez, was charged with obstructing police.
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