AVA- Raneem Oudeh, 22, and her mother Khaola Saleem, 49, were stabbed to death by Janbaz Tarin in a “brutal and heartrending” attack in Solihull, West Mids, England on August 27.
He savagely knifed them outside Saleem’s home shortly after midnight while Oudeh, his wife under Islamic law, was on the phone to police pleading for help.
Ms Oudeh had dumped her husband in the weeks before his attack after learning he had three children and a secret wife who was pregnant with a fourth child in Afghanistan. Tarin, of Sparkhill, Birmingham, had armed himself with a knife and "spent the day hunting" down Ms Oudeh after a public row with her.
As he launched his vicious attack on Ms Oudeh, Mrs Saleem was fatally stabbed as she attempted to save her daughter, Birmingham Crown court heard.
He then fled, leading police on a three-day manhunt before his dramatic capture by officers.
Jilted Tarin, who met Ms Oudeh at Solihull College, had also lied to her about how young he was.
Chillingly, he later told her "when I saw you, I said this is mine".
He was abusive towards her in the relationship and she had previously contacted the police about his violent behaviour.
When she discovered his web of deceit Ms Oudeh dumped him.
But Tarin repeatedly harassed his ex-partner, sleeping outside Mrs Saleem's address for 12 consecutive nights.
Tuesday 18 December 2018 07:04