Documentary, The Price of Honor, set to open September 7
On a related note, Opposing Views says there's been word the Islamisogynist may be in New York:
Six years ago, Yaser Abdel Said, now 57, made headlines after he killed his two teenage daughters. Investigators concluded the murders were honor killings that Said doled out because his daughters were dating non-Muslim boys.That's because there's ways to get around the system, enabling them to work illegally. If that monster's there, anyone who identifies him should contact the authorities immediately.
Said was never arrested – or even found – after the murders, and the FBI believes he may have fled to Egypt. The case hasn’t received much public attention in recent years until now, as a documentary on the killings is set to be released. The film, "The Price of Honor," intends to educate the public on both Said’s murders and honor killings in general.
[...] The FBI believes Said may be in New York or Egypt. Private investigator Bill Warner, who was hired by the girls’ family after the murders, thinks he could be in New York City working as a taxi driver.
“It’s all he knows and I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he’s there working as a taxi driver,” investigator Bill Warner told Fox News in May. “He could blend in at a metropolis like New York.”
I encourage all to find and view this documentary, and hope it'll be screened without fear.