She wore sharia compliant (misogynistic) clothing in private life, but that’s not good enough for the followers of Mohamed.
“I will not deem the hijab as normal wear as long as females are threatened, beaten, jailed and murdered for refusing to wear it.”
Vogue cover model, Raudha Athif allegedly murdered for refusing to wear Islamic clothing
Published 3:30 pm, Friday, April 7, 2017
Vogue cover model and native of the Maldives, Raudha Athif was found hanged March 29 , 2017 at a hostel in Bangladesh. Her death, which was previously ruled a suicide, is now under investigation after her brother spoke out, claiming that she was murdered.
According The Sun, Athif, 21, used her platform as a public figure to “defend victims bullied over religious controversies.”
“Her style of clothing was branded as ‘immodest’ and ‘un-Islamic’ even though she adhered to the dress code in the college premises by wearing a veil covering her face,” her brother, Rayyan Athif, said. “She was criticized for wearing jeans and was repeatedly told she couldn’t wear it at the Muslim college.”
When the autopsy was conducted, Athif allegedly had marks on her neck that were dismissed as birthmarks, but her family says that’s not the case. Her family also claims that the week before she died, Athif claimed someone had tried to drug her drink.
“There have been a series of murders in Bangladesh which have been staged to look like suicides and Islamic extremists have been suspected to be behind these atrocities,” said Rayyan.