Why are these murders called "honour killings"? There is no honour in committing murder, especially when doing it out of your own emotional insecurities and ignorance.
Pakistani social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch has been killed by her brother in an apparent 'honour killing' in the province of Punjab, police say.
Ms. Baloch, 26, recently caused controversy by posting controversial pictures of herself on social media, including one alongside a Muslim cleric.
Police say she was strangled to death.
Cases of women being killed for 'dishonouring' their family are commonplace in Pakistan.
Qandeel Baloch became a household name for posting bold, sometimes raunchy, photographs, video and comments.
Ms Baloch's parents told The Express Tribune that she was strangled to death on Friday night following an argument with her brother.
They said her body was not discovered until Saturday morning. Her parents have been taken into custody, the Tribune reported.
Why do the media falsely accuse her of "causing controversy"? Because they are trying to blame her for her own death. I implicit message is clear: "If she had done what her family told her to do, she would still be alive."
As often happens, the murderer has no honour. He committed the murder for his own gain, it wasn't even for his "family honour".
Qandeel Baloch’s Brother Drugged And Strangled Her Because "Girls Are Born To Stay At Home"
"I am a drug addict but I was in my senses when I murdered her and I accept it with pride. Now everybody will remember me with honour that I have provided relief to my parents and brothers who were suffering for the last two decades because of her."