Mahmood Farra
Full name Mahmood Farra
Gender Male
Status Deceased
Birth 1959
Nationality Flag of Morocco.png Moroccan
Residence Casablanca, Morroco
Family Amira Farra (wife)
Hakam Farra (son)
Profession Spy
Affiliation(s) Ad-Dima (formerly)
Appearance(s) Crossing Swords
Peak of the Desert
Holding Hands

Mahmood Farra (Arab: محمود فرح) was a suspect in the murder investigation of Ad-dima operative Salah Ishmael in Crossing Swords (Case #9 of World Edition) and Khayri Abdullah in Peak of the Desert (Case #11 of World Edition). He was later murdered in Holding Hands (Case #13 of World Edition).


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Height 5'10"
Age 57
Weight 170 lbs
Eyes brown
Blood O+

Role in Case(s)

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Murder Details

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Killer and Motives

The killer was revealed to be his wife, Amira Farra.

Amira tried denying involvement, she eventually admitted to killing him because Al-Malik Wa'al Khair sent her a threat message--whether she killed her husband in her own hand, or Ad-Dima would kill the entire Farra family. Amira had no other choice but to kill her own husband. Later at the trial, Amira and Safira Wawanakwa (for taking Hakam Farra hostage) were sent into the trial. Judge Rosenbloom issued Amira a 45-year sentence for the murder and involvement in Ad-Dima. Before the judge could move on into Safira's sentence, Safira detonated a smoke bomb, only to shoot Amira and allow herself to escape.

Case Appearances


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