Aqsa Parvez's father and her brother have been sentenced to life in prison after pleading to killing the 16-year-old in their Mississauga, Ont., home.
An agreed statement of facts released in court revealed that when Aqsa entered her teen years, she began rebelling against her father's rules, including his insistence that she wear traditional Muslim clothing.
"She was experiencing conflict at home over cultural differences between living in Canada and back [in Pakistan]," the statement said.
She told her father she did not wish to wear the hijab, wanting instead to dress in Western clothes with the same freedoms as the other girls in her high school.
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