MEERWALA (AFP) Mukhtar Mai said Sunday she would challenge a Supreme Court decision to dismiss her appeal against the early release of five men convicted of abusing her. Mai, now 40, was gangraped in June 2002 on the orders of a village council as a punishment after her 12-year-old brother was wrongly accused of having illicit relations with a woman from a rival clan. I have decided after consulting my friends and family to file a review petition in the Supreme Court, Mai told AFP at her home in Meerwala, 120 kilometres southwest of Multan. The court last week dismissed Mais appeal against the acquittal of five men she accused of attacking her. A local anti-terrorism court (ATC) had sentenced six accused men to death, but Lahore High Court acquitted five of them in March 2005, and commuted the sentence for the main accused, Abdul Khaliq, to life imprisonment.