September 14, 2011

Al-Qaeda Good for Egypt-Israel Ties

Michael Weiss, Daily Telegraph

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Last month, a series of coordinated terrorist attacks struck southern Israel, killing eight near the town of Eliat. What distinguished this operation from others in region is how similar it was to the sort of violence endemic to Iraq or Afghanistan. Automatic weapons, roadside bombs, rocket-propelled grenades and suicide belts were all used against both civilian and military vehicles.

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