Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

'Jealous Husband in Threat to Kill Flirtatious Wife' ; Friend Tells Man's Murder Trial of Violent Language He Allegedly Used in Phone Call

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

'Jealous Husband in Threat to Kill Flirtatious Wife' ; Friend Tells Man's Murder Trial of Violent Language He Allegedly Used in Phone Call

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A'JEALOUS' husband who stabbed his 'flirtatious' bride to death threatened to kill her a month before, a court heard.

Farkhanda Younis had once been 'head over heels' in love with husband Jahangir Nazar but suffered regular violence at his hands, it is alleged.

Nazar is alleged to have been jealous, controlling and possessive. On the night Ms Younis died she had met a previous partner for a lovers' tryst. The prosecution in Nazar's murder trial in Manchester say he believed by marrying her he could secure his stay in Britain.

Ms Younis, 30, who was known as 'Jabeen',' was found stabbed to death at her home at Bamford Street, Chadderton, Oldham.

Nazar, 35, has admitted manslaughter, but denies murder, saying he was mentally ill at the time.

Carla Cutting, a friend of Ms Younis, told Manchester Crown Court: "Jabeen was always talking about (Nazar) and showing pictures of him. She was very proud of him and at first seemed head over heels - but their relationship was very stormy. …

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