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IDF Drones Attack Terrorists in Sinai

IDF drone in desert (Photo: flickr/IDF)

Israel and Egypt have been cooperative as of late, particularly in their battle against terrorists. Yediot Achronot says that a report out today details how this cooperation extends to drone attacks on terrorists operating in the Sinai:

Israeli drones have reportedly struck terror targets in the Sinai Peninsula several times over the past few years, in cooperation with Egypt, a former Israeli official told Bloomberg in a story published on Monday.

Over the past few years, jihadists affiliated with the ISIS' Sinai branch have made claims that Israel was conducting airstrikes in the Peninsula from time to time using drones, among others, as part of its security cooperation with President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's regime...

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