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Qandeel Baloch: Women Freedom in Conservative Countries.

Qandeel Baloch : The facebook Sensation of Pakistan
Qandeel Baloch was a Facebook star. She was a women with dream to be famous and popular. She was the women in highly conservative society with lots of adventure. She was the symbolism of freedom with in narrow minded country.
Qandeel Baloch (Fouzia Azeem)  born in Dera Gazi Khan, Punjab in 1st March 1990. She was self claimed actress, model, Facebook celebrity and women feminist. I was her follower from last 8 months when I first watch her video . Qandeel Baloch in Ban by Aryan Khan.
The Girl who has dare to challange an Orthodox society
This 26 years old girl is more famous in India when she claimed that she will merry to Shahid Aferidi, if Pakistan will win against India. She also get in highlight when she insult Indian Prime Minister-Mr. Narendra Modi in her video. Whatever, but all Indian knows that she was doing this for attention seeking so no one has hard feeling for her.
But whatever she was, she loved her country and her people but reality was different, in Pakistan peoples used to abused her for her seductive look and being open minded for things which is not permitted in religiously intoxicated country. She was hot topics in many video when she called for a nude strip and many seductive dance on Bollywood songs. Her husky voice and sexual appeal during her video was problem to a country where women should be inline with religious code and the only job they can do is breeding like rabbits.
Slid of TV debate between Mufti and Baloch
Her bigger controversy was with a famous Mufti of Pakistan, when she blames that Mufti tried to molest her during the Muslim’s holy month. But this allegation wasn’t supported by any judiciary but Mufti was thrown out from his post. Many conspirator think that Mufti can also involved in murder of that innocent girl.
On 15 July 2016, Baloch was drugged and then asphyxiated by her brother Waseem while she was asleep at her parents’ home in Multan. Her death was reported by her father Azeem. It was first reported as a shooting, but an autopsy report confirmed that Baloch was murdered by asphyxiation while she was asleep. On the night of 15–16 July, around 11:15 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. By the time her body was found she had already been dead for fifteen to thirty six hours.
Dead Body of Qandeel Baloch
A  FIR against her brother Waseem and her other brother Aslam Shaheen, who allegedly persuaded Waseem to kill their sister, was issued. Baloch’s father Azeem stated in the FIR that his sons Aslam Shaheen and Waseem were responsible for their sister’s death and had killed her for her money. Her father told the press “My daughter was brave and I will not forget or forgive her brutal murder.”
Waseem was arrested on the evening of 16 July. He confessed to murdering his sister, saying “she [Qandeel Baloch] was bringing disrepute to our family’s honour and I could not tolerate it any further. I killed her around 11:30 p.m. on Friday night when everyone else had gone to bed. My brother is not involved in the murder.
I don’t understand that how people of any country including India (My own country) has gone too far that for them freedom of a women doesn’t matter. How can we called human if we don’t care a life. How can we and people of Paksitan can sleep after her death. Pakistani people were abused her for her expression in FB since she started posting such video. Her death is shame on humanity and people of conservative countries, who think that a life doesn’t matter in front of their fake honor and ego.
Real Life Example of Courage and face of Honor Killing Victim
We Miss you Qandeel Baloch. You will be role model for many women around the world who face oppression and abuse in name of honour and fake ego of family. You will be star in everyone heart who want freedom for everyone.
I want to ask those hate her so much that would they will be able to show their face to god for judging her and killing that innocent Soul while it was not their job.

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