Yaser Said, Muslim Who Killed His Teen Daughters in Honor Killing in 2008, Caught in North Texas

Amina and Sarah Said

The Geller Report

For twelve years, Yaser Said has been on the run after his horrific murders of his daughters on January 1, 2008. He did it because they had non-Muslim boyfriends, which as far as Yaser was concerned, brought dishonor upon the family. Murder didn’t dishonor the family, but Muslim girls with non-Muslim boys did. This is the reality of honor killing, while the enemedia condemns those who speak out against it as “Islamophobic.”

“Yaser Said, Taxi Driver Accused of Killing His Teen Daughters in 2008, Caught in North Texas,” by Frank Heinz, NBCDFW, August 26, 2020:

 

…Yaser Abdel Said, a Lewisville cab driver wanted in connection with brutal slayings of his two teenage daughters, is in custody in North Texas after 12 years on the run.

According to the FBI, Said, who was considered armed and dangerous and known to carry a weapon while driving his cab, was apprehended Wednesday in Justin without incident by agents from the FBI’s Dallas Field Office.

The FBI said Said is currently in federal custody and will soon be transferred to Dallas County. According to the FBI, a $100,000 reward was being offered for his capture. It’s not clear how agents knew where to find Said or if someone was eligible to claim the reward.

Said had been on the run since 2008 after police said he took his daughters, 18-year-old Amina and 17-year-old Sarah, to get something to eat on New Year’s Day. He put the girls in his taxicab and left their home in Lewisville for Irving where he allegedly shot them both as they sat in his cab.

The girls, who were both students at Lewisville High School, were reportedly shot multiple times….

 

SOURCE: THE GELLER REPORT

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