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ISIS Sinai threatens to bomb Eilat port in the coming days
Cat : Terrorism
Date : 01/06/2015                      Reader : 66

H.D.A : THIS IS A CINEMA PLAYED BY AXE OF EVIL US/ISRAEL!!MA AREEF JOURNAL REPORTED THAT ISIS WILL ACCOMMODATE FOR GREAT ISRAEL!!DO NOT FORGET THAT ISIS STANDS FOR ISRAEL SECURITY INTELIGENCE SERVICE!!UNDER ALLIANCE BETWEEN IRAN AND WESTERNS BLESSED BY ZIONIST NAZI STATE,MID EAST WILL BE DISSOLVED INTO GREAT ISRAEL AND PERSIAN EMPIRE TO BURRY SUNNIS ALIVE!!!SINAI ISIS IS A JEWISH STRUCTURE TO PAVE WAY FOR ISRAEL FULL CONTROL ON SINAI!!FIRE GAMES IN SINAI WILL CONTINUE AS PRETEXT TOKILL ALL SUNNIS IN SINAI,AS WELL AS ISLAMIC MOVEMENT IN EGYPT!!

 

 

Debka         1-6-2015

 

 

ISIS Sinai threatens to bomb Eilat port  in the coming days 

 

The Islamist Sinai Province, known as Ansar Bait al-Maqdis before joining ISIS, threatened Saturday to strike Eilat Port, in partnership with the ISIS wing in the Gaza Strip, according to Egyptian media. Abu Othman al-Mosley, a northern Sinai Islamist leader, called for the enlistment of new members from jihadist factions and the Muslim Brotherhood in other provinces of Egypt, in order to fight Egyptian security forces and also attack Hamas’s military arm, Ezz e-din Al-Qassam, and take control of the Gaza Strip.


 
 
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