In the past few months, several terror attacks have struck Egypt as the Islamic State is attempting to gain a foothold in the country.

ISIS has especially been active in the North Sinai governorate, a desert region scarcely populated and seemingly perfect training ground for jihadist fighters.

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Herbert Thompson
Herbert Thompson
2016-05-18 22:38

maybe #Sisi shouldn’t have been a gigantic d**k to MB, leaving them no choice but to radicalize further. STUPID.

daeshit sucks
daeshit sucks
2016-05-19 02:35

MB and al-Qaeda are the two faces of the same coin. As said Erdogan, “there is no moderate islamism”. BTW, Ossama Bin Laden was a MB guy…

daeshit sucks
daeshit sucks
2016-05-19 16:36

MB and al-Qaeda are the 2 sides of the same coin…

Jonathan Richer
Jonathan Richer
2016-05-19 01:06

If they would have developed they’re counter-terrorism better instead of conventional forces against Israel they wouldn’t have this problem

Agha
Agha
2016-05-19 05:38

Its challeng for Egyptain Forces that it must take hd control on Sinaeei Province because its easy to.destroy isis in this position more than it will take srtong position in Egypt. Other point is that Egyptian armed forces are strong as compare to Iraq Syria and Lebyain Forces. And I have full hope that success against Isis terrorist and their supporters militants. Such as Valya seniee eyc