"Shit On Their Graves"–An "Honor" Murderer Speaks About The Daughters And First Wife He Murdered

This is beyond revolting and enraging:

“I say to myself, ‘You did well.’ Would they come back to life a hundred times for you to do the same again?” Mohammad Shafia was recorded as saying to Yahya after she appeared to express some remorse about the deaths of the two younger girls a few days after they drowned.

“No, Tooba, they were treacherous,” he said, the Vancouver Sun reported.

“They were treacherous. They betrayed both themselves and us. Like this woman standing on the side of the road and if you stop the car, she would go with you anywhere. … They’re gone now; shit on their graves.”

He added the next day: “I am happy and my conscience is clear. … They haven’t done good and God punished them,” the Montreal Gazette reported.

Their “betrayal” was having boyfriends. He murdered his three daughters and his first wife. See their pictures and more of the story here.

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