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ISIS Attack Expected on Sinai Border

ISIS terrorists in Sinai (Photo: wikicommons/Arab Media)

While much of the Islamic State's terror activity has been in Iraq and Syria, the terrorist group has also made inroads on the Sinai Peninsula. It is from there, The Jerusalem Post reports, that the IDF is expecting an ISIS terror attack on Israel during the next six months:

The officer, who spoke anonymously, said that ISIS's Sinai desert affiliate, Wilayat Sinai, had stolen various items from the Egyptian army, including armored vehicles and anti-tank missiles. He said that the weapons are expected to be used on Israel.

The attack could happen anytime explained the officer.

“In the next six months they will try to carry out an attack and try to do something against Israel,” stated the officer.

In August former commander of the Sagi Brigade, which spans the Egyptian Border, Col. Yehuda Hacohen, told The Jerusalem Post's sister publication Ma'ariv that ISIS knows the Egyptians have improved their strategy, and is convinced that there will come a day when ISIS will turn their focus towards Israel.

"They say to themselves: 'first we will finish the infidels, than we will take care of the dogs'...We are a notch below the infidels," Hacohen stated...

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