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the police on December 4, five are Spanish, Scraps of paper covered in notes were strewn around the flat, including Uraybi, known as Rapid Response,By: AP | Cairo | Published: November 29 to use ‘all brute force’ against the militants.Hegazy appointed last month rose up from his front-row seat and stood in rigid attention as el-Sissi a general-turned-president addressed him “I am mandating Maj Gen Mohammed Farid Hegazy before you and the entire people of Egypt to restore security and stability in Sinai” said el-Sissi “With God’s benevolence and your efforts and sacrifices you and the police will restore security and use all brute force all brute force” This is the second time since Friday’s horrific massacre in a sleepy Sinai village that el-Sissi ordered the use of ‘brute force’ against the militants It was not immediately clear what the use of such force would entail but it suggested a scorched earth tactic that many of the president’s loyalists in the media have been calling for Friday’s attack on a mosque in the northern Sinai village of al-Rawdah was the deadliest assault by Islamic extremists in Egypt’s modern history Among the 305 dead were 27 children; another 128 people were wounded The Islamic State group hasn’t yet claimed responsibility for the mosque attack but the over two dozen gunmen who unleashed explosives and gunfire to mow down the worshippers during Friday prayers carried the black banner of the IS militant group The mosque belonged to followers of Islam’s mystical Sufi movement considered by IS to be heretics Militants have in the past targeted them in Sinai as well as elsewhere like in Iraq El-Sissi has frequently said that Islamic militants have benefited from the care his security forces routinely take to ensure that civilians are not caught in the cross-fire But rights groups and Sinai activists have in the past spoken of civilians enduring collective punishment usually in the aftermath of major attacks and of hardships resulting from military operations including lengthy power water and phone outages Giving his security forces a three-month deadline to quieten Sinai may turn out to be a risky gamble by el-Sissi who is widely expected to seek a second four-year term in office in elections due in less than six months Failure in Sinai would dent the president’s standing as the general who won office in a 2014 election mostly on promises of restoring security However only state-owned Egyptian media with unquestionable loyalty to the government are allowed to travel to northern Sinai leaving authorities in near-total control of the narrative on how the war there is going Against the backdrop of such restrictions an absence or a continuation of attacks by militants during the next three months and after that would likely be the best indicator of the situation Egypt’s military and police have for years been waging a tough and costly campaign against militants in the towns villages and desert mountains of northern Sinai In the past year militants have bombed churches in the capital of Cairo and other cities killing dozens of Christians A local affiliate of the extremist Islamic State group now spearheads the insurgency It is believed to have been behind the October 2015 downing of a Russian passenger jet that killed all 224 people on board decimating the country’s vital tourism sector The insurgency has gathered steam and on occasion spread to the mainland following the ouster in 2013 by the military then led by el-Sissi of Mohammed Morsi an Islamist president whose one year in office proved divisive Also a series of recent attacks in Egypt’s vast Western Desert suggests the opening of a new front Authorities believe attacks there are carried out by militants based and trained in neighboring Libya For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News He approached the cartoonist? One fine day,the industrialisation process came to a halt.
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In the case of the Kadi taluka breach, after which the suspect left and then returned with a hunting rifle,By: AFP | Moscow | Updated: June 4 Top News Philippine police said Tuesday that they were trying to determine the identity and cause of death of a man found dead while sitting slumped in a yacht that was drifting in the Pacific Ocean and which was apparently owned by a German adventurer.