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Descendants of the victims of Raya and Sakina - Since ancient times, we have heard about the story of Raya and Sakina , the story that has been recounted several times and many authors have embodied it through films and series, and all of them agree on the same scenario, which is the killing of Raya and Sakina for the women who are adorned with gold by only helping their husbands Abdel Aal. Allah.
Raya and Sakina are two Egyptian sisters who are among the most famous serial killers in Egypt, where they became famous for forming a gang to kidnap and kill women for theft.
Raya and Sakina were born in Upper Egypt, and Raya was the eldest, her sister was seven years older, their father died at a young age, then they moved to Beni Suef and then to Kafr El-Zayat, where they worked as a cotton collector.
Raya married Hassaballah Saeed Mari and gave birth to Badia and her other son, who died shortly after his birth, then Sakina moved with her new husband to Alexandria in the Laban neighborhood in 1918, and her sister later followed her.
Her sister Raya was living with her family, then Sakina separated from her husband and married Abdel-Al, who was their neighbor at the time.
With the grinding economic conditions that the region faced during the First World War and the spread of unemployment and poverty, the family turned to acts contrary to alcohol and legalized prostitution, then they started thinking about stealing gold jewelry from women, killing them, and then burying them in secret without leaving any trace.
The gang activity began when the two sisters were luring the victim with sweet words until she gained her confidence, then they watered her with a drink that has a strong effect of wine, which leads her to drunkenness and lost focus, and one of them sneaks behind the victim and muzzles her mouth with a tissue to prevent her from screaming, and the rest of the gang handcuffs her until she utters her last breath.
After she dies, they strip her of her jewelery, her gold jewelry, and her clothes, and then bury her in the same place where she was killed, and the two sisters were selling the stolen gold to a goldsmith in the market, then sharing its price with the gang members.
The gang's activity continued to lure the victims and kill them until the number reached 17 women who were not evidenced by the lack of identity papers at the time, which made it difficult to find them, and the two sisters used to lure those who have a friendship relationship between them, so the victim entered the house voluntarily without making any noise.
The discovery of their crimes was in mid-January 1920 after Mrs. Zainab, 40, reported to Hekmar Police of Alexandria about the disappearance of her 25-year-old daughter five days ago. The mother said that her daughter was wearing golden jewelry in her hand and feared that her daughter might have gone. Killed for stealing gold .
The crimes were discovered by chance after the owner of their house rented it to an Italian person who wanted to deliver water and sewage to the house. During the digging, the bodies were discovered and Raya and Sakina were arrested.
Investigations began with them, and they denied all the charges against them at first, but after Badia’s daughter, Raya, was interrogated, she confessed to witnessing all the crimes and, confronting them with evidence and witnesses, they confessed to the crimes.
Raya, her husband, Hassaballah, Sakina, her husband Abdel-Al, and two other people, Basem Orabi and Abdel-Razek, were sentenced to death. The jeweler from whom he was buying the formula was sentenced to five years imprisonment, and the sentence was executed on 12/21/1921.
The grandchildren of the victims of Raya and Sakina - the end of Raya and Sakina was when Badia’s daughter, Raya, wanted them to be executed after they and their husbands were arrested and subjected to a fair trial. They only killed British soldiers.
The response of the people of Alexandria was that the victims of Rayya and Sakina are known by name and pictures, although no descendants of these victims have yet appeared or someone appears to announce that he is the grandson of one of the victims, but the idea was rejected by many people.