Raya and Sakina (Arabic: ريا و سكينة‎) were two Egyptian serial killers, known as Egypt's most infamous serial killers. Raya and Sakina were siblings. They, their husbands, and two other men began killing women in the Labban neighbourhood of Alexandria in the early 1900s. The police were plagued by increasing reports of missing women. Common details in the reports included the missing person's sex (all were females), the missing women were known to be wearing gold jewellery, and were known to be carrying a large amount of money. Another common detail was the report that many of the missing women were last seen with both or either one of the two sisters. Sakina was questioned several times because of the reports, but she managed to dodge any suspicions about her involvement.

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  • ريا وسكينة شقيقتان مصريتان تعدان من أشهر السفاحين في مصر، حيث أشتهروا بتكوين عصابة لخطف النساء وقتلهن من أجل السرقة ما بين عامي (1920 - 1921) مما سبب في حالة من الذعر في منطقة الإسكندرية؛ اسمهما ريا وسكينة علي همام نزحتا في بداية حياتهما من منطقة الصعيد واستقرتا في مدينة الإسكندرية في بدايات القرن العشرين، ثم قامتا بتكوين العصابة لخطف النساء وقتلهن بالاشتراك مع محمد عبد العال زوج سكينة والتي بدأت حياتها بائعة هوى، وحسب الله سعيد مرعي زوج ريا، واثنان آخران هما عرابي حسان وعبد الرازق يوسف كما قيل. تم إلقاء القبض عليهم وتوجيه تهمة القتل العمد لـ 17 سيدة وتم إدانتهم من قبل المحكمة، وتم إعدامهم في 21 و22 ديسمبر سنة 1921. تعد ريا وسكينة أول سيدتين يتم تنفيذ حكم الإعدام عليهن في العصر الحديث. (ar)
  • Raya et Sakina (arabe : ريا وسكينة) sont des tueuses en série égyptiennes. elles ont commencé à tuer des femmes dans le quartier Labban d'Alexandrie au début du XXe siècle. La police a été en proie à de plus en plus de rapports de femmes disparues. Les détails communs dans les rapports incluent le sexe des personnes disparues (toutes étaient des femmes), les femmes disparues portaient toutes habituellement des bijoux en or et transportaient de grandes sommes d'argent sur elles. (fr)
  • Raya and Sakina (Arabic: ريا و سكينة‎) were two Egyptian serial killers, known as Egypt's most infamous serial killers. Raya and Sakina were siblings. They, their husbands, and two other men began killing women in the Labban neighbourhood of Alexandria in the early 1900s. The police were plagued by increasing reports of missing women. Common details in the reports included the missing person's sex (all were females), the missing women were known to be wearing gold jewellery, and were known to be carrying a large amount of money. Another common detail was the report that many of the missing women were last seen with both or either one of the two sisters. Sakina was questioned several times because of the reports, but she managed to dodge any suspicions about her involvement. On the morning of 11 December 1920, a passerby discovered human remains on the side of the road; the body was damaged beyond recognition (except for its long hair) and was completely dismembered. There was also a piece of black cloth and a striped black-and-white pair of socks near the body, however, these items did not help with the identification of the remains. In an unrelated incident, at about the same time in December, a man reported finding human remains beneath his floor while digging to fix a water pipe. Those findings provided the only evidence regarding the murders in the Labban neighbourhood. After investigation, it was found that Raya and Sakina had been renting a home beside El Labban police department, where the bodies were buried, at the time when the women and girls disappeared. Also, they were friends with the El Labban police department Raya, Sakina and their husbands were tried for murder. All four were convicted and were sentenced to death on 16 May 1921. Raya and Sakina became the first Egyptian women to be executed by the modern state of Egypt. (en)
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  • Sakina and Raya . (en)
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  • Murder (en)
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  • --12-20
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  • First Egyptian women to be executed by the modern state of Egypt (en)
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  • Labban neighbourhood of Alexandria (en)
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  • Raya and Sakina (en)
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  • ريا و سكينة‎ (en)
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  • Hasb-Allah and Mohamed Abd El-'Al (en)
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  • Raya et Sakina (arabe : ريا وسكينة) sont des tueuses en série égyptiennes. elles ont commencé à tuer des femmes dans le quartier Labban d'Alexandrie au début du XXe siècle. La police a été en proie à de plus en plus de rapports de femmes disparues. Les détails communs dans les rapports incluent le sexe des personnes disparues (toutes étaient des femmes), les femmes disparues portaient toutes habituellement des bijoux en or et transportaient de grandes sommes d'argent sur elles. (fr)
  • ريا وسكينة شقيقتان مصريتان تعدان من أشهر السفاحين في مصر، حيث أشتهروا بتكوين عصابة لخطف النساء وقتلهن من أجل السرقة ما بين عامي (1920 - 1921) مما سبب في حالة من الذعر في منطقة الإسكندرية؛ اسمهما ريا وسكينة علي همام نزحتا في بداية حياتهما من منطقة الصعيد واستقرتا في مدينة الإسكندرية في بدايات القرن العشرين، ثم قامتا بتكوين العصابة لخطف النساء وقتلهن بالاشتراك مع محمد عبد العال زوج سكينة والتي بدأت حياتها بائعة هوى، وحسب الله سعيد مرعي زوج ريا، واثنان آخران هما عرابي حسان وعبد الرازق يوسف كما قيل. (ar)
  • Raya and Sakina (Arabic: ريا و سكينة‎) were two Egyptian serial killers, known as Egypt's most infamous serial killers. Raya and Sakina were siblings. They, their husbands, and two other men began killing women in the Labban neighbourhood of Alexandria in the early 1900s. The police were plagued by increasing reports of missing women. Common details in the reports included the missing person's sex (all were females), the missing women were known to be wearing gold jewellery, and were known to be carrying a large amount of money. Another common detail was the report that many of the missing women were last seen with both or either one of the two sisters. Sakina was questioned several times because of the reports, but she managed to dodge any suspicions about her involvement. (en)
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  • Raya et Sakina (fr)
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