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A new terrorist group adopts the attack of Egyptian oases

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Post by rocky Sat 04 Nov 2017, 2:07 am

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A radical terrorist group, Ansar al-Islam, claimed responsibility for the oasis attack in the Egyptian Western Desert on 21 October.
A statement issued by the terrorist group, which was not known in the past, "This attack started by the group Jihad."
The group gave no evidence of its involvement in the attack. The statement quoted another group called "Guardians of Sharia."
Three Egyptian security sources said at the time of the attack that at least 52 Egyptian policemen were killed and others injured when their patrol was attacked in the oasis area of ​​Giza, south of Cairo. However, the Egyptian Interior Ministry denied the following day, saying the attack killed only 16 policemen.


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