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There are unconfirmed reports that an Israeli aircraft has struck ISIS targets in the Egyptian Sinai. If true this would indeed change in a big way the overall strategy in how to defeat ISIS, and of course the political and strategic implications of Israel’s direct involvement with its Muslim neighbors.

The incident of the air strike was reported by a known news agency with close ties to the Islamic State, which claimed that Israeli aircraft on Tuesday struck outposts of Wilayat Sinai, the IS’s branch in the Egyptian Sinai.

The claim however cannot be substantiated, although the Amaq News Agency reported that seven “Israeli drones, war-planes and helicopters” bombed targets in the IS-heavy north-eastern Sinai.

A spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces declined to comment, explaining it is the IDF’s general policy to refrain from commenting on reports of operations outside the boundaries of Israel and the Gaza Strip.

Speaking on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on Sunday, a leading Islamic State-allied militant claimed it is only a matter of time before the Islamic State’s branch in the Egyptian Sinai carries out a “big operation” in the Israeli resort town of Eilat and other parts of southern Israel.

However one thing is certain, Israel has a long, successful and distinguished military history in combating Muslim aggression.

Perhaps more than any nation in recent history they’ve felt the pain and suffering, at the hands of the barbarians, and out of necessity they’ve become well versed in how to handle and defeat these a way they are “21st Century Crusaders.”

h/t: Young Cons



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