| الرئيسية | الحـَـدث | القدس رايتنا | كل أسبوع | صحافة | دراسات | ثقافة | كتب | مختارات | رأي | إقتصاد | منوعات | ريـاضـة | مجلة أفراسيا |
 
 
 

AFRASIANET.NET

 Seekers Of Justice, Freedom and Human Rights                     

 الباحثون عن العدالة و الحرية و حقوق الانسان

 
 
الجمعة 25 يوليو 2014 EDT 03:39:15

"Every man can do what another man does"

 



 

Militants 'kill 60' in ambush on Iraq prison convoy
Israel accused of using flechette weapons on Palestinian civilians
Against the war
Heavy gunfire, explosions: Rival militia groups clash at Libya’s Tripoli airport
Iraq: Gunmen kill 'at least 29' in attack in Baghdad
Israel to 'resist international pressure' over Gaza
Israel launches counter-offensive on Gaza after rocket barrage fired from Strip
Israel launches new air strikes on Gaza Strip
Al-Qaeda suspects blow themselves up in Saudi Arabia
Israel demolishes Palestinian home, kills teen


The Three Dimensions of War
The 19th Century Never Ended in Palestine
US drones over Baghdad as Iraq readies operation to take back Tikrit
What Palestinian Unity Is All About - The Real Task Ahead
Palestinian Christians Need a Political Pope Too
Follow us on Twitter
 



 

 

الرئيسية Breaking news Salafist militants kill 2 police officers in north Sinai
 
الأحد, 15 أبريل 2012 12:00

EL-ARISH, Egypt -afrasianet -- Radical Salafist militants shot dead two Egyptian police officers and injured another in the northern Sinai early Sunday, security officials said.

The group launched a surprise ambush on a police patrol in the south of El-Arish city at daybreak, using pick-up vehicles and machine-guns, the officials said.

They opened fire, killing Muhammad Abdul-Latif Eid, 22, and Muhammad Fawzi Sharaf, 22, by gunshots to the head.

Ahmad Ramadan was hit in the thigh and was evacuated to hospital, they added. The officers belong to Egypt's Central Security Forces.

A senior member of the military leadership in Sinai described the assault as a "dangerous terrorist attack reflecting how dangerous the situation in Sinai Peninsula is."

The Egyptian government's authority in Sinai has weakened since the fall of Hosni Mubarak in February 2011. On Friday, Egyptian security officials seized three Palestinian men who entered Sinai from Gaza, who they described as militants linked to the Popular Resistance Brigades.

Last week, Egyptian officials announced plans to increase security in the area.

Maj.-Gen. Ahmad Jamal said that the interior ministry decided to send 2,000 officers and soldiers from the special forces to the north of Sinai in order to increase security control of the area, in particular to protect the peninsula's natural gas line.

 
 

 



 

Militants 'kill 60' in ambush on Iraq prison convoy
If Russia is behind MH17 crash, where’s the evidence? – Defense Ministry
Sisi defends Egypt role in Israel-Gaza conflict
Libya power handover agreed as airport battle rages on
Iraq lawmakers stall presidential vote as violence rages

 



Death and Destruction in Gaza as Israel Launches Ground Invasion
The State of Revenge
Iraq Tikrit falls as jihadists sweep closer to Baghdad
Sisi faces tough tasks in deeply polarised Egypt
New American Reality: An Empire beyond Salvation

 



 

Syria - The REAL Story -- MUST SEE -- CIA & MOSSAD Death Squads Exposed
Syria The True Story
 

 

جميع الحقوق محفوظة لأفراسيا 2014

All Rights Reserved for Afrasia ©2014

 
 

Site Developers: SoftPages Technology