My cousin Nazish Noorani was insensibly murdered 3 days ago at the age of 27 years old leaving behind two beautiful boys (3 & 5 years old) and a despicable husband who will hopefully spend the rest of his life in jail. If it were up to me, I would put a bullet into his skull. He deserves the death penalty instantly, forget a trial, forget justice. The injustice he forced upon this beautiful girl is beyond tragic.
6 years ago, Nazish met Kashif Pervaiz at a concert in NY. After dating for some time they approached the families and asked to get married. Our side was a bit skeptical about his background, but how can you prevent two young adults from the sacred sanctity of marriage? He came from a well off family, said he attended NYU and Polytechnic University, supposedly was an architect.
They got married and she moved to Brooklyn where she lived until her death. They had two beautiful boys, Rayaan & Shayaan, during their rocky marriage. Stories are emerging now about the abusive sociopathic psychotic individual Kashif Pervaiz was during their time spent together. He was a pathological liar and a life long fraud and hid this well from everyone. Was Nazish aware of the this? What would compel her to stay with such an individual?
He would constantly abuse her, torment her, harass her, emotionally and physically harm her. On August 16, at approximately 11:13 p.m., outside of her sisters house in her hometown, two bullets into Nazish would ultimately end her life, one into the heart, one into the right lung. She had just broken her fast for the day, observing the month of Ramadan and was walking up to her brothers house 100 yards away up the hill. With Kashif on her side and baby Shayaan in the stroller, she turned the dimly lit corner and was shot point blank with her hands still on the stroller. Blood splattered everywhere, on the ground, onto baby Shayaan, and in her final attempt to save her babies stroller from rolling down the hill into serious harm, she leaned forward and used her body as a wall and laid to rest on the ground. It was her final maternal instinct in this life to save her baby from danger, to nurture and protect him like any mother would. Bless you Nazish, may you rest in eternal peace.
Mike and his girlfriend heard gunshots and ran outside of their home. There they saw Kashif on the opposite side of the street, with 3 gunshot wounds to his body. They were superficial wounds which included his shoulder and ankle. In agonizing pain he yelled out, “my wife my wife” and thats when they saw Nazish laying helplessly on the ground. Mike had training in First Response/CPR and began to administer her breaths, but every breath that entered Nazishs body, exited her chest cavity in the holes left by the gun with blood and air gushing out every chance. In her final moment, his girlfriend held her hand and Mike held her head in his lap and they watched her die with her baby crying behind them stained by the blood of his own mother. I cannot even fathom/comprehend being in such a situation. To Mike and the girlfriend, you are true heroes. Tears cannot express how grateful we are for your service. You even apologized to us for not being able to save her life, God Bless you both. I wish you both nothing but the best this hard life has to offer. Other neighbors were peeping through their windows, scared to come to the streets, but finally did when the cops arrived 6 minutes later. Would you run outside of your house if someone was shot to help them? We think about these situations afterwards, but it takes something else inside of you to instantly react to help. You cant blame the neighbors, anyone would be scared.
After hearing gunshots and questioning why her sister has not returned/responded, Nazish’s sister called the brother. The brother ran down the street to see the horrific scene of his sister dead, shooters missing, Kashif injured, and his nephew covered in blood.
Kashif first told police that he had been assaulted by a white and a black male who screamed terrorist and shot them. This put the police on high alert and for the next 2 hours they literally shut the town down with the help of the surrounding precincts in the region to find these supposed shooters. Every car was stopped, dogs brought in, police on foot, but eventually it turned out the shooters were gone. When word spread to the community that it was Nazish who was killed, emotions flared. Nazish was killed? For what reason. How can this be a random killing on one of the sweetest, most caring individuals we have ever met. A mother of two children, who would give up the world for them. One year ago Nazishs mother died from End Stage Renal Disease after a life long battle with Diabetes. In her final moments leading to her death, she would often leave a facebook status stating how much she missed her mom. How heaven and the world is at the feet of your mothers. Always leaving positive thoughts to all of her friends, always remembering to congratulate you on your life achievements, always happy to share her life and children with you, always talking about spirituality, happy to the world, but miserable inside?. Two nights before her death she had a dream, a dream in which her mother was crying and this prompted her to come back to New Jersey to visit her mothers grave. Today we buried her next to her mother. How can this world be so cruel?