Israel Blames Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood For Grad Attack
Israeli security officials accused the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt of asking Hamas to fire grad missiles from northern Sinai. Two days ago Grad missiles were fired from northern Sinai and landed in an open area in south of the country.
The officials said that the missiles were fired by Bedouins living in Sinai, part of a cell that operates on behalf of Hamas, and that the attack was carried out to fulfill a request from the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt on the eve of the second round of presidential elections that were carried out Saturday and Sunday.
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