The case shocked Egypt and many women took to the streets for the right to life to be respected.
Courtesy | The matter was caught by several students, who beat him and then handed him over to the police
A man has been stabbed several times in the back for rejecting his marriage proposal and slit the throat of his ex-spouse. In Egypt, the incident happened when a young woman was leaving Mansoura University.
Naira Ashraf’s classmate, the young man responsible for the crime, had been dating for a long time, however, after they broke up, Ashraf harassed her on subject text messages and social networks, from which he stopped her.
According to strong images circulating on the Egyptian newspaper Youm7 and social networks, the killer, Mohammed Adele, was waiting for a young woman outside the university when he attacked her from behind with a knife. Several passersby tried to save her, but the object threatened them with a knife.
Mohammed was captured by several students, beaten and handed over to the police. She was taken to hospital, but she died before reaching the health center.
The case shocked Egypt and many women took to the streets out of respect for the right to life of women and the murder of Naira, a third-year art student.
#Naira Ashraf He was a 21-year-old Egyptian student who was brutally murdered by a man outside his university for refusing to marry him. How no one did anything. This is not Latin America, though # All Naira Ashraf # Nothing less # Female murder pic.twitter.com/VNYs3UImZ9
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