An update from Ottawa after a Somali Muslim man is behind bars for allegedly stabbing his two sisters to death.
Police won't tell us why Musab A-Noor faces a difference in charges: first degree murder for one sister, Asma, and second degree in the case of his sister, Nasiba. Was his intention to kill premeditated in the case of one female relative but not the other? Did Nasiba rush to her sister's rescue and become a victim of her brother's hacking rampage?
Canada has a history of high profile honour killing and experts say the trend is on the rise.
However, honour killing is usually met with a charge of first degree murder, so why the difference in charges in this case?
Plus, based on recent crime data, we know Somalis are struggling to assimilate in Ottawa.
Should we rush to dismiss this double homicide as just another instance of drugs and gan crime, or is there another reason why a Muslim man would kill his two young sisters?
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