The Jordan Times says this is the third case of so-called "honour" killing in the country this week.
Suha had had enough of her marriage years ago, but she was unable to end it until a temporary law granted unhappily married Jordanian women their freedom.
The Jordanian government imprisons women threatened with “honor” crimes rather than the male relatives who threaten them, Human Rights Watch said in a recent report.
Amnesty International called on people in the Middle East and North Africa to support its worldwide campaign to Stop Violence Against Women.
The report marks the first time that violence against women in Jordan has been statistically analysed.
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