Posted September 06, 2018 07:53:03In Pakistan, Shane Persia’s mother, Karim, died from cancer at the age of 44.
In Pakistan, people like Karim are often the ones who pay the price for Pakistan’s endemic violence against women.
Karim was a mother of three, who was also a grandmother.
She was a former soldier and worked as a maid in Karachi, and her husband worked in a restaurant in Lahore.
Her husband was a teacher and his family was a middle-class Pakistani family that was largely well-off.
When Karim died, her family mourned her with a traditional Pakistani funeral ceremony in their home town of Ghaziabad.
Karis parents divorced in 1996, and Karim was forced to move to Pakistan with her four children.
She lived with her two sisters and two brothers.
She had a one-year-old son, Ali, who had leukemia.
When she heard about the shooting in Lahores, she went to Ghaziabad, the capital of Pakistan’s Punjab province, where she was to marry her groom, an Islamic cleric named Shahzad.
The ceremony was supposed to take place in a public square in Ghaziagar, a city in Punjab, the birthplace of Shahzads father.
Instead, the ceremony was filmed on a mobile phone in front of the family house.
Shahzad and his wife, Hossain, were arrested.
They were charged with “insulting the dignity of the mother” and “harming the sentiments of the community,” according to The New York Times.
They have pleaded not guilty to the charges.
The charges against them are extremely vague, as are the charges against Karim and Hossains son, who is now 19 years old.
In a statement released after the verdict, Karis family said they were not allowed to take Karim’s remains to the funeral, saying they were “wanted terrorists.”
The family also said that they would be suing the Pakistani government for the money they spent to pay for Karims funeral.
In the past, Pakistan has tried to get the Pakistani media to cover up the extent of violence against Pakistani women.
In one case, Pakistani journalist Ashraf Mahmood was arrested by police for filming a group of women being beaten by a group, in which he was a participant, after which he reportedly told police, “I did this to my mother.”
In another case, a Pakistani journalist was killed in a bomb attack on the Islamabad newsroom of a Pakistani newspaper.
Last year, Pakistan’s government started a nationwide campaign to increase the amount of police and security forces to patrol the streets of Pakistan, with the aim of curbing “unlawful acts,” such as attacks on women and the police, as well as the use of firearms by individuals and groups that are deemed “extremist” by the government.
But it is unclear if that campaign is working.
Karizm, the journalist who was murdered in Ghazni, is a well-known figure in Pakistan.
Her family said she was not involved in the attack that killed her and that the case against the two men charged with her murder is still pending.
Karizm was also known as a member of the banned Pakistani Taliban, and the Pakistani Taliban was responsible for the bombing that killed a Pakistani soldier in 2010.
The group is now listed as a foreign terrorist organization by the U.S. Department of State.
The family of Karizms daughter, Hazmi, have also criticized the government for not having more police and special forces on the streets in Pakistan to protect them.
They told the Associated Press, “We are not asking for a special army but for a police station.
There is no place to go to if you want to see us.”
In Pakistan’s recent history, a number of cases of police killings have also come under fire.
In May, a court sentenced three men to death for the murder of journalist Shahid Karim.
In November, a local politician was arrested after police accused him of trying to assassinate the president.
And in March, a woman was killed by police in the town of Chaman, in Balochistan province.
Pakistan’s recent wave of violence has also been fueled by growing pressure on its military to stop killings.
In April, President Asif Ali Zardari called on the military to end the use to “shoot the living, and to give the living the chance to walk away alive.”
Last month, Zardar declared the military “an army of the people, and not an army of political parties.”
In a speech last year, Zards defense minister said, “No one is above the law.”
Zardaris comments were criticized by human rights groups as being too soft on the police.
“We have been hearing from the family of a young girl who was killed at the hands of the police and now it seems that it has