The entombment of Aya Hachem, the 19-year-old law understudy killed in a drive-by shooting in Blackburn in the north of England on Sunday, May 17, is booked to occur on Saturday, May 23 in her family’s old neighborhood of Qlaileh, close to Tire in Lebanon.
Hachem’s dad, mother, two siblings and sister have come back to Lebanon from Blackburn — where they right now live — with her body on a flight worked by national carrier MEA.
Hachem — who was in her second year as a law understudy at the University of Salford — was hit in the chest by one of a few projectiles terminated from a vehicle as she strolled to a store close to her home. She isn’t accepted to have been the expected objective of the drive-by.
Hachem’s uncle, Hassan, revealed to HaberiNews that his sibling Ismail, Hachem’s dad, chose to emigrate to the UK and look for refuge in the wake of resigning from his situation as a first sergeant in the Lebanese armed force. Another of their siblings was at that point living in England at that point.
“(Ismail) adored the nation and presented an application wherein he mentioned shelter for the … security reasons winning in Lebanon. His solicitation was affirmed and he is jobless till now,” Hassan stated, including that relatives are “crushed.”
“Her dad left Lebanon to secure his family, yet he lost his oldest little girl,” he said. “My sibling called me upon the arrival of the wrongdoing to state ‘Aya is gone,