An Arab woman, who filed for divorce and requested full legal rights, was surprised that a large number of traffic violations had been committed by the car she owned and gave to her husband.
Wajiha Swati, a US citizen of Pakistani origin, had been missing since she arrived in Pakistan in mid-October to settle issues with her ex-husband, Rizwan Habib Bangash.
During investigations it was found that a verbal altercation broke out between the victim and her husband on the night before Eid due to a dispute over Eid expenses and clothes.
The appellant demanded that she be obligated to pay Dhs100,000 to him in compensation. However, Al Ain court rejected the lawsuit for not providing evidence of his ex-wife's conviction of forgery.
The court went on to add that for a wife, her husband marrying another woman in secret is "sufficient reason" to end her own life.
The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Cases rejected a lawsuit of a man, who demanded his ex-wife to pay him half a million dirhams in compensation for the material and moral damages he sustained, after she filed two malicious lawsuits against him.
The victim was beaten up violently by her husband, his father and his mother. Later they took her to the hospital where she died.
Maryam Nasser, 25, killed her husband, Badr Mohammed, 25, by stabbing him several times with a knife in separate parts of his body, then she slaughtered him, cut off his limbs, and put the parts in the oven.
The authorities added that the medical teams provided the necessary first aid to the injured, and the concerned authorities began investigating the circumstances of the incident.