Blasts kill at least 22 in egypt [Reuters]

Blasts kill at least 22 in egypt [Reuters] A group of men in Egypt who believed that the Islamic State was killing people in the streets after the Eg

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Blasts kill at least 22 in egypt [Reuters]

A group of men in Egypt who believed that the Islamic State was killing people in the streets after the Egyptian army started an anti-Islamic State operation, has killed 21 people in attacks which took place near Tahrir Square, police said Thursday.The group of men in the Nile Delta town of al-Jeb샌즈카지노al, said in a statement that they had committed the attack after “Islamic State militants threatened the lives of their members in the area, including that of those in al-Jebal.”They targeted the homes and shops belonging to citize네이버 룰렛ns of the state of Hamouriya and targeted their wives, daughters, and others who were staying in the houses.They also targeted mosques, shops and hospitals where their members and family members worked and killed one man.”We had a group of friends who were part of the opposition to the government. They came to Tahrir Square from various Arab countries and went to al-Jebal to meet with their brothers who were staying there. They told us they wanted to confront the government, and we agreed,” one of their colleagues, identified as “Hossam,” told The Associated Press by phone on Thursday evening.The statement said the group of about seven, whom police identified as brothers from the same city, had gone to Tahrir Square to talk. They then went to the spot where, they claimed, their bodies were found by their friends.”They went to a place at the back of al-Jebal and killed 21 people there, mostly men in their 30s or early 40s, when they arrived. The gta5카지노men were wearing black balaclavas, black clothes, long hair and black sharia-based symbols that represented suicide,” police spokesman Mohamed Badreddin said.The statement said the group also wounded 26 people before entering a mosque and then going to the nearby Suez Canal.The men in their 40s and 50s were “sitting in the mosque with their mothers when the men came to the area.”Badreddin said police found their faces, bloodstains and other marks. Some were also shot, while the rest “had bullet marks in their legs and arms.”They arrived in the canal and had tried to attack the police but were defeated, said an Egypt media official who declined to be named as he was not authorized to speak to the media.”A number of young men from al-Jebal were seen lying on the beach of the canal where they were discovered,” the official said.”Their face was cut from head to toe an