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*GRAPHIC* Bloodcurdling Screams: Harrowing Footage Surfaces of Victim in DOUBLE HONOR KILLING Who Called UK Police 3 TIMES But They Did NOTHING

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The honor killer bragged and laughed  about his multiple wives — until one tried to break free.

One of the wives of the honor killer suspect in the double knife attack “called police THREE TIMES in the hours before her murder” as harrowing footage of bloodcurdling screams emerge. Clearly the police were respecting sharia norms between a Muslim man and his chattel. The police did nothing, just as they they did nothing about the thousands of Muslim child rape gangs. They feared being seen as “islamophobic.”

Raneem Oudeh, 22, left the flat she shared with murder suspect Janbaz Tarin, 21, just weeks before she was stabbed to death alongside mum Khaola Saleem, 49, outside their family home.

Respect Sharia — this is what the left wants for you.

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‘He had four big pizzas and was taking them down the local mosque. He was a nice guy and really respectful. He honestly seemed a genuine, friendly guy.

AUDIO *GRAPHIC WARNING* (Footage obtained by The Sun):

Young mother ‘called police THREE times hours before she was stabbed to death by ex-boyfriend’ – as audio captures blood-curdling screams coming from her flat weeks earlier

  • Emergency services called to Solihull, near Birmingham, in the early hours
  • Two women were found with stab wounds and died at the scene, police say
  • Detectives are now hunting a suspect who is younger woman’s ex-boyfriend

By Alexander Robertson and Richard Spillett for MailOnline, 28 August 2018:

A woman stabbed to death with her mother was reportedly heard screaming at the home she shared with her ex-boyfriend, who is the prime suspect in her murder.

Afghan shopkeeper Janbaz Tarin, 21, is being hunted by police after Raneem Oudeh, 22, and her mother Khaola Saleem, 49, died from stab wounds in the early hours of yesterday.

The Syrian-born women were pronounced dead at the scene outside Ms Saleem’s house on a quiet residential street in Solihull, near Birmingham.

Ms Oudeh, had a two-year-old son from a previous relationship, is said to have reported her ex to the police previously.

In footage obtained by The Sun, she is said to be heard screaming at the house they previously shared.

The recording was reportedly made a few weeks before the attack which claimed Ms Oudeh’s life.

Raneem Oudeh, 22, has been named as one of the women found dead in Solihull yesterday
Janbaz Tarin is on the run after he is believed to have stabbed his ex and her mother to death

Oudeh, 22, was seen arriving at her mother’s property with bags having moving out of her own home just days before she was killed, neighbours said.

One neighbour, who did not want to be named, said Raneem had phoned the police previously following an argument.

She said: ‘I heard a terrible row about a week ago. I could hear her screaming ‘get away from me’, it was really horrific to listen to.

‘I know police were called but I didn’t see them turn up, but I might have missed them if I was out. I think she had enough and had moved out as I saw her turn up with bags.

‘But the boyfriend kept on turning up here and hassling her and threatening her. It was happening every other day almost.

‘You hope the police would have done something to protect her but I’m not sure whether they did. I am just devastated. This sort of thing does not happen here.’

West Midlands Police said they had launched a major manhunt for the suspect, who still remains at large – and neighbours claimed he was an ‘arrogant man’.

Police also revealed today that Ms Oudeh had a two-year-old son – although she did not have him with Tarin – while Ms Saleem had six children.

Neighbours of the house where he used to live with his parents in Sparkhill said he would often joke about having two partners – one in Britain and one in Pakistan.

Shahida Mahmood, 45, said: ‘The family were originally from Afghanistan but lived in Pakistan for a bit and he had a wife there as well before moving here.

‘He would laugh and joke about having two wives and brag about it quite a bit because he said they didn’t know about each other.

‘I told him it wasn’t funny to laugh about that but he thought it was hilarious for some reason. But he seemed a nice guy and I would see him around a lot.

‘He would always say hello. He would go and see his dad about three times a week but recently he stopped coming. He helps his dad run a shop.’

Evidence cones, leading a trail from the crime scene, were put down by detectives today

One neighbour said Afghan shopkeeper Tarin (above) was ‘a nice guy and really respectful’

Neighbour Mohammed Faisal, 21, added: ‘He moved out about a year and a half ago and the last time I saw him was last week.

‘He had four big pizzas and was taking them down the local mosque. He was a nice guy and really respectful. He honestly seemed a genuine, friendly guy.

‘His parents are lovely people and his dad helps me with my car sometimes, they will be really worried about him. Police were there yesterday turning the place over.’

Another local resident, who did not want to be named, added: ‘I met him in the shop a few times and he seemed a bit arrogant to me.’

The cordon outside Khaola’s £225,000 home was extended this morning while police carried out further searches at the scene.

Detectives have said anyone who sees Tarin should not approach him but ring 999 immediately.

Detective Inspector Caroline Corfield, who is leading the investigation for West Midlands Police, said: ‘We’ve been working flat out to apprehend Tarin since the early hours of this morning, following up a number of lines of enquiry.

‘As we have so far not been able to locate Tarin, I’m now asking for the public’s help in tracing him

‘If anyone knows where he is or thinks they may have seen him, I’d urge them to ring 999 immediately.

‘If there’s anyone out there who may be shielding him through a sense of misguided loyalty, they need to be aware that they are committing an offence and will be prosecuted.

‘My message to Tarin would be that it’s vitally important that we get to speak to you as soon as possible, so please do the right thing and let us know where you are.’

In a statement, the women’s family said: ‘Our family is devastated with the loss of our loved ones.

‘We would like to give thanks for all the love and support we have received.. We kindly request that our privacy is respected at this difficult time.’

Meanwhile it was also revealed today that Tarin was reported to police over his ‘threatening’ behaviour by the two women

Police have been accused of ignoring their pleas, and the force – which searched several addresses through the night for Tarin – has referred itself to a watchdog.

Tarin is believed to have recently broken up with Ms Oudeh, who relatives claimed has a 15-month-old son.

A neighbour told The Times: ‘The mother told me they were having a bit of bother with her daughter’s ex-boyfriend.

‘They had recently split up and he kept coming around. They were worried enough to call the police a few times but they weren’t taken seriously.’

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