Lebanese Nadia El-Dib, 22, was found dead Sunday morning in the backyard of a house in Calgary, Canada. Nadia went out with her friends the night before. Her family got worried because she didn’t call or text to let them know she wouldn’t be coming home which was out of character. Her sister Racha went out to search for her. She knew something bad has happened when she saw yellow tapes and police cars. A Canada-wide warrant was issued on Monday for 21-year-old Abderrahmane Bettahar, that is known as Adam, who is accused of first-degree murder. Nadia’s family said that he was a friend of a friend. He tried to pursue Nadia, but she did not want to be with him. In an interview with
, Racha said that the family believes that Abderrahmane might have murdered Nadia because he didn’t want her to be with anyone else. Meanwhile, her loved ones are remembering how fun and loving Nadia was. Racha said that she was the rock of the family. A
has been started to cover the costs of the funeral. Anyone with information is asked to call the Calgary police. Our sincere condolences go out to El-Dib family. May her soul rest in peace.
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