Pakistan Honor Horror

  In this Saturday, May 26, 2012 photo, Pakistani survivor Sajda Ansar, 26, who was set on fire by her husband, shows her burnt arm, at the Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF), in Islamabad, Pakistan. Sajda was set on fire by by her husband last April, 2011, following an argument regarding his drug addiction. The nose has special significance in Pakistani culture, where it symbolizes the honor of the family. A popular plea from parents to children is "Please take care of our nose", which means "don't do anything that tarnishes the name of the family." (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)
In this Saturday, May 26, 2012 photo, Pakistani survivor Sajda Ansar, 26, who was set on fire by her husband, shows her burnt arm, at the Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF), in Islamabad, Pakistan. Sajda was set on fire by by her husband last April, 2011, following an argument regarding his drug addiction. The nose has special significance in Pakistani culture, where it symbolizes the honor of the family. A popular plea from parents to children is "Please take care of our nose", which means "don't do anything that tarnishes the name of the family." (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

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