WATCH: Sinai Fighting Between ISIS, Hamas and Egypt Is 'Bloodiest in Decades'

Jennifer Griffin analyzes the security situation in Egypt's Sinai, noting that the 'scene in Sinai where 64 Egyptian soldiers were killed in 15 simultaneous suicide bombing attacks resembled a warzone.'

An image posted by ISIS supporters on Twitter purporting to show a Grad missile being fired from Sinai into Israel, July 3, 2015.
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Jennifer Griffin: This is the bloodiest fighting between the government and Islamic militants in Egypt in as long as I can remember, some would say in decades. Today marks one year since the overthrow by the Egyptian military of President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim brotherhood.

The scene in Sinai where 64 Egyptian soldiers were killed in 15 simultaneous suicide bombing attacks yesterday resembled a warzone. Those attacks came two days after radicals assassinated Egypt's chief prosecutor, the equivalent of our U.S. attorney general. The government prosecutor had led government efforts in cracking down on the Muslim brotherhood.