Illustration: ISIS anti-aircraft weapons

ISIS says Israel killed 5 of its members

Terror group’s news agency claims Israeli UAV attacked a vehicle in the Sinai on Saturday, liquidating 5 of its members in the process; report comes ten days after ISIS fired rockets into Eilat.

ISIS has claimed that an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) belonging to the Israel Air Force attacked a vehicle in Egypt's Sinai desert on Saturday, liquidating five of the Islamic terror group’s members in the process.



Illustration: ISIS anti-aircraft weapons in the Sinai
Illustration: ISIS anti-aircraft weapons in the Sinai


In the report published by the ISIS news agency al-Amaq, the alleged attack was carried out in a village in northern Rafah.


Earlier, the news agency published a photo showing one of its members dead in the Sinai Peninsula named Hatab al-Maqdasi.


Ten days ago, ISIS claimed responsibility for the four rockets that were fired into Eilat from the Sinai Peninsula.


The organization issued a statement saying: “A number of rockets were launched at Jewish centers in Eilat, known as Umm Rashrash. The Jews and Crusaders should know that the war of the apostles will not save them in any way.”


פרסום ראשון: 02.19.17, 23:32
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