Israel approves extra Egyptian air strikes against ISIS-Sinai
Israel has also approved the introduction of two additional Egyptian paratroop battalions to Sinai as reinforcements, as the anti-ISIS offensive launched by Egypt’s 2nd Army offensive three days ago failed to make headway. The ISIS Kornet rocket that struck El Arish military airport last Tuesday is now revealed to have killed the pilot and destroyed the helicopter from which Defense Minister Sidki Sobhy and Interior Minister Magdy Abdel-Ghaffar had just landed, while missing them both. The pilot, one of the two Egyptian officers killed in the attack, was personally attached to the defense minister.
5 thoughts on “Israel approves extra Egyptian air strikes against ISIS-Sinai”
Egypt does at this moment deserve help.But it is not safe to help Arabs the moment they are out of dandger they will bite the hand that feeds them. Islam is a mental desease not a religion.
Absolutely agree with you! !!!!
Egypt has proven more reliable though they did throw that morsi fuck out
Egypt does not need any help especially from Israe. The only thing Israel can do is to stop helping ISIS and supply them with arms. All ISIS communications are run by Israel’s Cell Phone system
That is a new one, have not heart this one yet. Although I must admit very smart so we listen in.