A TEENAGE woman was gunned down by 10 males with rifles after she refused to marry her cousin in a horrific “honour killing”.

The 18-year-old woman, stated to be Eida Al-Hamoudi Al-Saeedo, is seen being shot in a disturbing video after she was taken to a desolate village on the outskirts of Al-Hasakah, a metropolis within the north east of Syria.


A purple blanket was positioned over Eida’s physique after she was shot[/caption]

Eida is alleged to have tried to run away along with her lover however her household and tribe adopted her, in keeping with Akhabaralaan.internet.

Eida is seen within the stunning footage being dragged by three males who’re carrying weapons whereas she screams for assist.

The video then reveals the opposite males who’re stood by a wall of an deserted home and three photographs ring out.

{The teenager} is then present mendacity on the bottom and seems to be struggling to rise up when one man factors a gun at her head and shoots her useless.

Her physique is then lined with a purple blanket.

Syrian information website Alarabiya reviews Eida was taken to the deserted home by her father and brother in addition to different members of the Al-Sharabain tribe.


Eida was shot in an “honour killing” after she fell in love with a younger man and refused to marry her cousin, in keeping with the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).

The person is alleged to have proposed to Eida however her household forbid the wedding as a result of he was from a special tribe.

Eida’s household revealed the video on social media “with the intention to announce cleaning the disgrace in keeping with their tribal beliefs’, the SOHR stated in a press release.


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It stated: “SOHR strongly denounces this horrible crime calling for bringing the perpetrators on fees of homicide and publishing the movies below the identify of ‘honor crime’.”

The Violations Documentation Centre in northern Syria stated Eida had been starved and overwhelmed for numerous days earlier than being executed by her household, who additionally recognized Eida because the sufferer.

“[She was] brutally assaulted till the crime was accomplished by killing her with machine weapons and pistols by multiple particular person,” a spokesperson for the middle advised the information website. 


A number of the males are seen strolling away after Eida was killed[/caption]

“[The family] bragged about publishing a horrific video clip displaying the homicide of a lady by bullets, close to an deserted home within the countryside. 

“They appeared pleased with their crime as they took turns to abuse the physique of the weak, frightened, terrified woman, and every of the 11 individuals who participated within the crime obtained a share of her blood,” they added.

The person who Eida fell in love with is alleged to have managed to flee from the tribe because the household “feared a reprisal” if he had been attacked.

The centre stated in a Twitter assertion: “Her sin was to like one other man whom they couldn’t contact fearing of reprisal between the 2 households.”


Some 10 males are thought to have taken half within the homicide of {the teenager}[/caption]

The video has been extensively condemned by activists and girls’s teams who’ve referred to as for the perpetrators to be prosecuted and for the killing of ladies to cease.

Author Sameh Shukri stated on Twitter: “A brand new crime of honor and racism towards ladies, killing a Syrian woman within the metropolis of #Hasakah for accusing her of affection and adultery.

“And the killer this time shouldn’t be an ISIS who applies Sharia, however quite her clan and extremist youth who imagine that with this crime they’ve turn out to be from the house owners of heaven, whoever incites towards ladies and spreads their hatred is liable for killing the Hasaka woman.”


Simply days after the video had been posted on social media a 16-year-old woman is alleged to have been killed by her father in one other “honour killing”.

The woman was recognized as Aya Muhammad Khalifo by the Violations Documentation Centre.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated the person strangled his daughter, who had been raped by a relative greater than a 12 months in the past.

A whole bunch of ladies took to the streets of Hasakeh on Tuesday to protest the “honour killings” with some sporting white t-shirts with the slogan ‘No to violence’ written in purple on them.

The protesters gathered exterior the house of the 16-year-old woman who was just lately murdered.

Protester Evin Bacho, a member of the Kurdish feminist group Kongra Star stated: “We condemn these crimes within the identify of custom or faith.”

She added the gathering was “towards any household that provides itself the appropriate to deprive a girl of her freedom”.

One other protester Intissar al-Hamadi stated the perpetrators of such murders needed to be held to account.

Within the Kurdish areas of Syria, so-called “honour crimes” and “violence and discrimination” towards ladies are formally banned.