The key to restoring Sinai security: Egypt must address plight of local population
Brutal massacre of 25 policemen emphasizes that the Egyptian army is failing to quell the Islamist threat in Sinai, despite bolstered presence of security forces, and proves that a new course of action is needed.
The photographs coming out of Egypt on Monday morning showing 25 bound bodies of police officers who were dragged from their buses near Rafah and shot, execution-style, in the head, emphasize the total failure of the Egyptian army...
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