FOX NEWS: May 29, 2012. Texas 'honor killing' suspect Yaser Said could be hiding in plain sight as NYC cabbie, private investigator Bill Warner says. The Egyptian-born cab driver suspected in the 2008 "honor killing" of his two daughters in Texas because they were dating non-Muslim boys may be working at his old trade in New York, according to a private investigator who has tracked him. “It’s all he knows and I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he’s there working as a taxi driver,” Warner, who has worked on and off tracking Said, told FoxNews.com. “He could blend in at a metropolis like New York. ”Said’s brother, Yassein Said, lives just north of the city in Westchester County and the FBI notes Yaser Said's ties to the area on his wanted poster, saying he "may have fled to New York or Egypt." Bill Warner is based in Sarasota, Fla.
The ISIS aka ISIL group recruited Bedouins as well as other Egyptians (Yaser Said) and people of other nationalities in 2011. The Sinai insurgency is an ongoing conflict in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, between Islamist militants (ISIS) and Egyptian security forces, which has included attacks on civilians. The insurgency began after the start of the Egyptian Crisis, which saw the overthrow of longtime Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in the Egyptian revolution of January 2011. In 2014, elements of the Ansar Bait al-Maqdis group pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and proclaimed themselves Sinai Province, and a part of ISIL.
FBI Top 10 Most Wanted Yaser Abdel Said has taken his family on multiple trips to Egypt prior to January 1st, 2008 when her murdered his two daughters in Irving Texas. Yaser Said has visited his birth place in the Sinai Egypt along the Red Sea and also the metro Cairo Egypt area where he has family multiple times before January 1, 2008. Yaser Said always wears sunglasses and Yaser Said always wears a watch on his left wrist. On the day of the murder, January 1st, 2008, Yaser Abdel Said took his Egyptian Passport and $9,000 in cash and nothing else. Uncovered cellphone records showed Yaser Said making multiple calls to family members (his brothers) immediately before and after his daughters’ deaths. Then he disappeared.Yaser Abdel Said is currently a fugitive wanted by the FBI. Photos of his sister Ghada and her children in Egypt were found inside his residence in Jan 2008, they also shared a post office box in Texas.
FBI Top Ten Most Wanted Yaser Said had big plans for both girls. Everything would begin in May 2008, when Amina received her high school diploma. She would get engaged to a man he had chosen for her in Egypt, his birthplace. From the groom, Amina would receive a sizable mahr, the traditional dowry. Yaser Said had scrimped for years to provide his own contribution to the marriage: a small vacation “chalet” on the seaside in the Sinai, Egypt. Though a source with the American Embassy in Cairo says Yaser Said has not entered Egypt on his own passport, but he’s likely there, perhaps living in Amina’s house on the seaside in the Sinai. “He is free [in Egypt].” “There is only one way to cleanse the shame—the woman’s blood. They may whisper about his crime, but he’s done his duty.”
Photo of FBI Top 10 Most Wanted Fugitive Yaser Abdel Said Found on Facebook near Dahab Sinai Peninsula Egypt. Yaser Said owns property, a small chalet, near Dahab in the Sinai Peninsula Egypt. Dahab is a small town on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. In southern Egypt and the Sinai Peninsula, "with people living near the Nile, they still practice older traditions, including honor killings. Photo above appears to be taken on road from Sharm el-Sheikh to Dahab, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. ISIS militants in the Dahab area, The Dahab bombings of 24 April 2006 were three Islamic Militant bomb attacks on the Egyptian resort city of Dahab. Later investigations revealed the blasts were suicide attacks, set off by Bedouins linked to ISIS, as in earlier attacks in the Sinai. Egyptian security officials have stated that the attacks were the work of an Islamic terror organisation called Jama'at al-Tawhīd wal-Jihad (Monotheism and Jihad).
Apparently from the Facebook posts of the nephew of Yaser Said who was living in the Cairo area and from prior confirmed information Yaser Said has visited his birth place in the Sinai Egypt along the Red Sea and also the metro Cairo Egypt area where he has family multiple times before January 1, 2008. Yaser Said owns property, a small chalet, near Dahab in the Sinai Peninsula Egypt. Dahab is a small town on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, see map above, just north of Sharm El-Sheikh Sinai Egypt.
The Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport is only an hours ride south of Dahab, it is the third-busiest airport in Egypt. On 23 May 2007, the airport's second terminal was inaugurated with a capacity for 5 million passengers per year. The Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport two-level 460,000 sq ft terminal features 40 check-in counters and is designed to cater to a large number of international and chartered flights. Sharm el-Sheikh is an Egyptian resort town between the desert of the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea with a population of 75,000.
Sharm El-Sheikh's blue and white taxi cabs appear to be the most common means of transportation around town and to the airport. Yaser Said owns property, a small chalet, near Dahab just north of Sharm el-Sheikh. When Yaser Said was living in Irving Texas before he murdered his daughters in an Honor Killing, he had worked almost exclusively as a cab driver making runs to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport taking fares all over the area.
Nov 26, 2017. The gun and bomb assault in Sinai is the deadliest militant attack in Egypt's Sinai. The al-Rawda mosque in the town of Bir al-Abed was targeted. The long record of terror on the Sinai Peninsula. Friday's attack on worshipers attending prayers at a mosque was the most brutal so far amid escalating violence in Sinai. The troubles there have a long history, with both religious and social factors playing a role. More than 300 dead, along with some 120 injured, all of them people taking part in Friday prayers. Just as the worshipers were leaving the mosque, terrorists detonated the bombs they had previously laid around the building, and then opened fire on those who fled. ISIS has taken responsibility for the attack in Bir al-Abed, some 40 kilometers (25 miles) south of the Sinai provincial capital, Arish. According to media reports, the Egyptian state prosecutor entrusted with the investigation into the attack has said that the assailants were carrying the flag of the jihadi organization "Islamic State" (IS).
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