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'Honour attack' Muslim sisters sentenced for cutting hair
Two Muslim sisters who cut off their younger sibling's hair as a punishment for kissing a white man have received 12-month conditional discharges.
Shamima Akhtar, 18, was seen by her sisters and brother kissing Gary Pain outside a pub in Basingstoke.
Sisters Nazira, 29, and Nadiya, 25, were convicted of actual bodily harm in a trial at Winchester Crown Court.
They were cleared of false imprisonment, as was their brother Kayum Mohammed-Abdul, 24.
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