Egyptian President al-Sisi vs Hamas

Menachem, Yoni Ben
December 2014
Jerusalem Issue Briefs;12/7/2014, Vol. 14 Issue 40, p1
The article reports that Egypt's Prosecutor General filed a lawsuit against Ezzedin Al Qassam, the military arm of Hamas, after the terror attack in northern Sinai, in which 33 Egyptian soldiers were killed. It states that the lawsuit aims to declare Hamas a terrorist organization and outlaw its activity. It mentions that the Egyptian government claimed that the terror attack was masterminded by Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal and logistical support was provided by Turkish intelligence services.


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