Egyptian Troops Hunt Hamas Gunmen Fighting To Control Northern Sinai ... Two Captured

gyptian
reinforcements
reached
northern
Sinai
Monday,
January
31 to
hunt
down
Hamas
gunmen
from the
Gaza
Strip
battling
Egyptian
forces
for
control
of the
territory.
Two were
captured.
The
gunmen
of Hamas'
armed
wing,
Ezz
e-Din al
Qassam
opened a
second,
Palestinian,
front
against
the
Mubarak
regime
on
orders
from
Hamas'
parent
organization,
the
Egyptian

Muslim
Brotherhood
,
confirmed
by its
bosses
in
Damascus.
The
Muslim
Brotherhood
is
therefore
more
aggressively
involved
in the
uprising
than it
would
seem.
Hamas
gunmen
attacked
Egyptian
Interior
Ministry
Special
Forces (CFF)
stationed
in the
southern
Egyptian-controlled
section
of the
border
town of
Rafah
and the
Sinai
port of
El
Arish
.

Saturday,
Bedouin
tribesmen
and
local
Palestinians
exploited
the
mayhem
in Cairo
to clash
with
Egyptian
forces
at both
northern
Sinai
key
points,
ransack
their
gun
stores
and free
prisoners
from the
local
jail.
Officials
in Gaza
City
confirmed
Sunday,
that
Hamas'
most
notorious
smuggling
experts,
including
Muhammad
Shaar,
had
broken
out of
the El
Arish
jail and
reached
Gaza
City
. . .

Our
military
sources
further
report
that the
Multinational
Force &
Observers
(MFO),
most of
whose
members
are
Americans
and
Canadians,
are on
maximum
alert at
their
northern
Sinai
base,
while
they
wait for
US
military
transports
to
evacuate
them to
US bases
in
Europe.
This
force
was
deployed
in Sinai
in 1981
for
peacekeeping
responsibilities
and the
supervision
of the
security
provisions
of the
1979
Peace
Treaty
between
Egypt
and
Israel
under
which
the
peninsula
was
demilitarized
except
for
Egyptian
police.
Ending
the
MFO's
mission
in Sinai
after
thirty
years
knocks
down a
key
pillar
propping
up the
relations
of peace
between
Egypt
and
Israel
...


Editor's
Note:
It
is
predictable
that
Hamas

and
other
Islamic
militants
would
attack
Egyptian
government
forces
as the
Muslim
Brotherhood
has come
out in
the open
to
attempt
to
exploit
the
revolution
for its
own
purposes.
The
"Brotherhood"
was
indicted
in the
Sadat
assassination
after
Mubarak
predecessor
Anwar
Sadat
became
the
first
Arab
head of
state to
make
peace
with
Israel.
Just
like
Hezbollah
in
Lebanon,
they put
on a
civilized
mask
when it
suits
them,
but
their
aim is
clear
and
unequivocal:
the
total
domination
of the
entire
world by
Islam.
For
more,
see the
book

Islam
And the
Antichrist.

Article Source: 
CMD
Article Number: 
54