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Former Pakistani dancing girl commits suicide 12 years after horrific acid attack which left her looking ‘not human’



A Pakistani former dancing girl left fighting for life by a ‘horrific’ acid attack has committed suicide a decade after being heavily facially disfigured.

Fakhra Younus, 33, leapt to her death from a sixth floor building in Rome 12 years after the acid attack which she said left her looking ‘not human’.

Cleared: Younus's ex-husband Bilal Khar, the son of a wealthy Pakistani governor, was cleared in 2003 of charges relating to the attack

At the time of her attack in May 2000, her ex-husband Bilal Khar was the man accused of entering her mother’s house and pouring acid over Younus’s face as she slept.

The attack, which took place in front of Younus’s then five-year-old son, left her unable to breathe and fighting for life.

Her nose was almost completely melted and she has since undergone 39 separate surgical procedures to repair her disfigured face over the past decade.

The horrific attack also burned off her hair, fused her lips, blinded her in one eye, destroyed her left ear and melted her breasts.

After being rushed to hospital she said, ‘My face is a prison to me’, while her distraught young son said at the time, ‘This is not my mother’. …click through to read the rest

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  1. Images like those of that poor woman could perhaps make those who refuse to listen when they’re told what islam is all about SEE what it truly is…. But, if I recall how moral relativists of the Foucaldian kind react when confronted with such facts, they’ll say that that walking piece of excrement bilal khar couldn’t help doing what it (not he) did because of how capitalism, imperialism and colonialism had oppressed it throughout its life and that of its ancestors.

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