Target: Ashtar Ausaf Ali, Attorney General of Pakistan
Goal: Demand justice for a Pakistani woman reportedly murdered because of her controversial social media posts.
One of Pakistan’s most well-known social media stars was reportedly murdered because of her controversial social media posts. Her brother confessed to the so-called honor killing. Demand justice for this innocent woman.
Qandeel Baloch was reportedly killed in her home after her brother protested the “kind of pictures she had been posting online.” Baloch was known for her videos about sex, fashion, celebrities, and politics. She advocated for Pakistani women and called herself a “modern day feminist,” displaying her curves in defiance of Pakistan’s strictly enforced modesty. She died shortly after posting photos of herself with a highly regarded member of the clergy, a scandalous association.
Waseem Azeem, Baloch’s brother, has been arrested. He maintains that he killed Baloch to protect his family’s honor and has no regrets. Sign below and demand justice for this innocent woman.
Dear Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf,
Qandeel Baloch was reportedly murdered because of her controversial social media posts. She is one of many innocent women to die in so-called honor killings. We demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Baloch’s nose and mouth were pinned shut, per police reports. She died of asphyxiation. Her brother confessed to her murder, citing no regrets. Her final Facebook post spoke volumes about her mission: “I am trying to change the typical orthodox mindset of people who don’t wanna come out of their shells of false beliefs and old practices.”
Take a stand against honor killings and recommend the maximum penalty in this case.
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Photo Credit: Facebook/OfficialQandeelBaloch