King Salman condemns the terrorist attacks in Egypt’s Sinai
Following the terrorist attack on a water pumping station in western Sinai last Saturday, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz sent Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi a message of condolences and sorrow.
King Salman: “We strongly condemn the terrorist attack and support Egypt’s government and people.”
“We got word of a terrorist attack on a water pumping station in western Sinai, which resulted in deaths and injuries; we condemn this criminal crime in the greatest terms, and we share your anguish,” the telegram said.”
“We confirm the Kingdom’s support for Egypt and its brotherly people, and we extend our deepest condolences and profound sympathy to the relatives of the victims and the brotherly Egyptian people, wishing the injured a swift recovery,” he said.
“We pray to God to keep all evil and damage away from your nation and its brotherly people; we belong to God, and we will return to Him.”
A new terrorist attack today in Sinai kills 5 soldiers
A terrorist organization attacked an Egyptian army barracks in the Rafah district of Sinai today, killing five troops, one of them was an officer.
The army roped off the location, searched it, and pursued the terrorists in the surrounding districts.
This attack, according to experts, was the deadliest in a long time, and it confirms these groups’ inability to launch new terrorist operations in Sinai during Ramadan and Eid, especially after the armed forces surrounded them and the tribes cooperated with the state in eliminating many terrorist outposts.