JNN 06 Aug 2013 Cairo : Two Islamic shrines were damaged by bomb attacks in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on Sunday, the state news agency said, in a region where Islamist militants have stepped up attacks against the state since the army deposed President Mohamed Mursi.
Two Islamic shrines were blown up in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on Sunday, eyewitnesses said.
A group of Takfiri Wahabi Terrorist planted explosive charges in the shrine of Al-Sheikh Henied in central Sinai and the shrine of Al-Sheikh Salim in the peninsula’s north before detonating them, the eyewitnesses said.
The explosions left no casualties as the two shrines are both located far from population centers, they added.
One of the shrines targeted was near the North Sinai town of Bir el-Abd, and the other was in the area of el-Maghara farther south. Both were badly damaged.
These Shrines of the Saints Often dedicated to descendants of the Prophet Mohammad, such are targeted by the takfiri Wahabi forces , as they are being sponsored By the Saudi Monarchy who even destroyed the shrine of the House hold of the Holy Prophet in the Cities of Mecca & Medina . And have even raised the complete Janat ul Baqi , which is awaiting its reconstruction of all the shrines as and when the Al Saud are dethroned by the Revolution which is being Broiling in for a long time , and now it is very short time left as all the indicators are showing the Downfall of the Al Saud Monarchy.
The Sinai Peninsula, near Egypt’s borders with Israel and the Palestinian Gaza Strip, has been hit with almost daily attacks by unknown assailants since the army’s July 3 ouster of Mohamed Morsi, the country’s first democratically elected president.
Militants mostly based in North Sinai have escalated attacks on security forces and other targets since July 3, when the army deposed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood and installed a new government in response to mass protests against his rule.
The militants have struck on an almost daily basis and killed around three dozen people, according to medical officials. Many of those killed were members of the security forces.
Since July 5, at least 42 people – including civilians and security personnel – have been killed in separate militant attacks throughout Sinai, according to a tally compiled by Anadolu Agency.
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