Italian authorities have recently disclosed the shocking discovery of the body of Mahmoud Sayed Abdullah, a 19-year-old Egyptian youth, near a waterway in Genoa. Mahmoud had migrated illegally to Italy in 2019 and was residing in a center for minors before turning 18 and becoming a hairdresser.
The investigation revealed that the perpetrators of this dreadful crime were two of Mahmoud’s Egyptian colleagues, Ali Abdelghani (known as “Bob”), a 27-year-old salon owner in Chiavari, and Ahmed Gamal Kamel Abdelwahab (known as “Tito”), aged 26 and living in Genoa.
Mahmoud had chosen to leave Bob’s salon due to conflicts and started working at a rival salon. Bob and Tito deceitfully invited him to an apartment in Sestri Ponente, Genoa, under the guise of resolving their issues and convincing him to return to work. However, they fatally stabbed him in the heart and liver.
To hide their crime, they decapitated and dismembered Mahmoud’s body before disposing of it in a waterway in Chiavari. The suspects were arrested and admitted to their involvement in the heinous act.
As the investigation continues, the enigmatic murder of Mahmoud Sayed Abdullah serves as a haunting reminder of the darkness that can lurk in human souls. With many questions still unanswered, the pursuit of truth and justice remains unwavering. In this dark tale of betrayal and violence, the memory of Mahmoud endures as a poignant symbol of the fragility of life and the importance of unyielding determination to bring perpetrators to account.