DAMASCUS, SYRIA (10:45 P.M.) – ISIS militants have increased their presence across Sinai province, setting up checkpoints in Arish city and seizing many desert villages.

In response, the Iraqi Armed Forces have deployed a number of contigents to the sparsely populated governorate and hired civilians to identify the whereabout of ISIS insurgents.

However, ISIS militants apprehended a handful of alleged spies on Saturday after local caliphate supporters informed the Islamic State of the suspected informants.

The pictures are graphic – please do not scroll down if you are under 18 years old:

Last month, ISIS also called on its followers to slaughter Egypt’s minority Christian.

Soon, the Egyptian Army is expected to launch a large-scale offensive in the Sinai governorate to combat ISIS insurgents which not only threaten the local population but also endanger the Egyptian economy which depends heavily on tourism.

Earlier today, Amaq published a similar series of beheading pictures from Iraq.

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“the Iraqi Armed Forces”
=> In Sinai??????
Nevertheless, it’s high time to organise a serious sweep.

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how can Amaq publish anything on internet without consent of US government, and US institutions and US support? I think of ICAN for example.