Another terrorist I.E.D. attack in Sinai
Yesterday in Sinai an explosion destroyed an aromerd vehicle and injured at least 3 police officers during a search for more suspects for the blasts on Red Sea resorts during last year. Color me confused, but I thought they already arrested and /or killed all the people involved in those blasts. How many people were involved in this thing exactly? Whatever... "The explosion was strong and appears to have come from a land mine which blew up under the vehicle," said one security source, who asked not to be named. LOL. A mine? that same old lie again? Don't they ever make up anything new? I hate to say this: But I told you this would most likely happen again. The terrorists in Egypt are learning new tricks from their Iraqi compatriots. Chances are there are Al Qaeda elements there who are helping to incite the Bedouins, who most of them are furious at the government for its heavy handed techniques with them and the amounts of bedouin youths who got arrested all throughout last year ever since the Taba bombings. At first the clashes seemed to be centerd over not handing any more men over to the police until the fate of the others arrested became clear, but now it seems that the Bedouins have given up on playing defense and are on the offensive against the government. If indeed this change in tactics is due to Al Qaeda influences using the current state of extreme discontent between the Bedouins and the government to get the bedouins to help them execute terrorist attacks in Egypt, then the government is in big trouble. The Bedouins are experts at smuggeling, well, almost anything and know their way around the borders of Egypt. They could smuggle weapons, explosives, terrorists, anything they want smuggled through our borders and there is nothing the government can do about it. So far this situation has been contained in Sinai. Let's hope it stays this way, altough I highly doubt it. Something tells me this is just the begining and that things will get a whole lot worse before they get better.