The death of a Pakistani-American female college student is connected to her family's disapproval of her boyfriend and their desire for a prearranged marriage.

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Mike Logan
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Megan Wheeler
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Danny Ross
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Dani Hasni
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Rudy Ventano
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Cecilia
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Safia Hasni
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Tariq Amir
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Meena Hasni
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Sanjay Padrai
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Kazi Hasni
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Joseph
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Nate
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The death of a Pakistani-American female college student is connected to her family's disapproval of her boyfriend and their desire for a prearranged marriage.

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I tried to save our family from your dishonor
25 September 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

A classic episode involving third world culture, that is so different from ours. Honor killing is something occurred a long time ago in my country (luckily only in the south), but right now not anymore. A young Pakistani girl born in stateside is killed and something is written in blood next to her with reference to 9/11. Detectives thought at first the murder was related to racial issue: an orthodox jew, with whom she had an argument because of a video shoot, was cut loose thanks to a rabbi's deposition; beside she was in love with an Italian American boy (whose family didn't approve the affair) and she was 12 weeks pregnant. But Goren and Wheeler had to dig a lot more to find the truth.

This episode shows the rage growth in Muslim population after 9/11 attacks. Anyway it's not easy to them to deal with eastern culture, I think people so radical had better stay in their country of origin (not all of them of course, only the one who can't integrate)


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