Monday, January 6, 2014

Fears for missing girl, 18, who vanished a week ago following an argument at her home

This story has all the hallmarks of a Muslim "honor killing", but the media refuses to even consider the possibility.  All this young woman's male relatives need to be questioned.  The sign posted on the family's front door says in part "don't worry".  Worry about what, getting killed for defying her father's desire to not go to college?  Hopefully the girl will turn up safe, but it does not look good.


Fears for missing girl, 18, who vanished a week ago following an argument at her home

'We just want to know that she is safe': Missing girl's family makes emotional plea after she vanished following  'row with her parents over her wish to go to university'

    Nida Ul-Naseer, 18, 'disturbed' when she fled South Wales home last week
    Pakistan-born Nida also missing her medication for anaemia
    Forced to give up university studies because of money problems
    Father pleads with her not to worry saying her family is missing her

By Paul Bentley and Richard Hartley-parkinson

PUBLISHED: 17:30 EST, 5 January 2014 | UPDATED: 08:52 EST, 6 January 2014

The family of a missing teenage girl who is believed to have walked out following a row about university have made an emotional public appeal for information on TV.

Nida Ul-Naseer, 18, went missing from her home in Newport, south Wales, on December 28 when she went to take the rubbish out.

When she left, Nida did not have shoes, her mobile phone or a jacket and she needs medication to stop her becoming anaemic.

A major police search operation to find her, which has gone on during the extreme weather, is continuing today.

Article continues HERE.