Domestic violence case sparks protests in Lebanon

Nada Sabbagh received a brief, chilling telephone call from her son-in-law last month telling her: "Come to your daughter. I am going to kill her."Sabbagh said by the time she arrived to her daughter's home in Beirut, her husband had kicked, punched and beaten her with a pressure cooker, leaving her mortally wounded and bleeding on the floor."I walked in and started jumping in shock then begged him to let me take her out," Sabbagh later recounted.She said he responded ...

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