Last Wednesday, inside the Security Council, Russia accused Great-Britain to have participate to terrorists attacks of Palm Sunday, which have killed 44 Egyptians and injured more than 100. In front of this allegation, Egypt asks for a transparent international investigation. The Russian official accused Britain of supplying extremist armed groups with weapons and explosives to target Christians and minorities in the Middle East. Russian attacks inside Security Council told, also, that UK supports militant groups also in other European countries as France. Egyptian investigation will clarify this misunderstanding.
In his complaint, Sabry, an Egyptian lawyer said: “It became clear that the terrorist spy Mohamed Morsi is the first inciter for all the filthy terrorist attacks the last of which are the despicable attacks on the churches in Tanta and Alexandria where tens of martyrs and wounded fell.” Sabry also explained that during, his one year rule, Morsi has released a lot of terrorists, so for this reason he is in part responsible of terrorism in Egypt. Morsi “ruled the country with a Brotherhood fist between June 30 2012 and July 3 2013, and during this period, he issued an amnesty for about 2,500 sentenced terrorists and weapons smugglers., has expressed the lawyer.
Recent terrorist attacks in Egypt, and the state of emergency’s answer is creating a threat for Human Rights in the country. Indeed, emergency measures included in a declaration of a state of emergency by President Abdelfattah al-Sissi in the aftermath of three deplorable church bombings in Egypt will do little to resolve the root causes of sectarian attacks against Copts in Egypt and are likely to lead to a further deterioration in human rights, Amnesty International said today. The NGO told that Egyptian Human Rights was
reduced before the state of emergency, so the application of these new measures, could reduce, again, human rights in the country. They recalled also the state of emergency pronunced by former president Mubarak, which facilitated systematic violations and gave Egypt’s security forces the power to detain thousands of people for years in administrative detention without respecting procedural guarantees intended to ensure fair administration of justice. It’s also linked to the law n°98, voted in 2015 which regulates the state of emergency,
but give a lot of power to Egyptian president to reduce freedoms in the country.
Today was killing a Palestian terrorist. A man in his 20s was killed on Thursday in a terrorist ramming attack at the entrance to the settlement of Ofra in the Binyamin region. Another young man sustained minor injuries in the attack. The terrorist, who sped up and ran over the two men at a designated hitchhiking stop, ultimately crashed into the concrete structure. He then tried to flee but was shot and wounded and subsequently apprehended by Israeli security forces. The death brings to 39 the number of Israelis killed in a wave of Palestinian street attacks, in which two American tourists also died, since October 2015.Five days ago, Israeli border police officers shot dead a Palestinian terrorist after he stabbed three Israelis in Jerusalem’s Old City.
NSCDC ( Nigeria Security and Civil Defence) on tuesdaypareded a 17 years old boy who admitted having killed 18 people since he joined the terrorist group three years ago. Ali Mustafa said he was forced to join the group when he was abducted with many others kids in his village, Monguno.<Boko Haram insurgents came to our village and forcefully took many of us away. We were kept in the bush camp near Kala Balge and from there we carried out various operations, during which I personally killed 18 persons> the teenagers said. He has spent 3 years killing people against his wish, but recently,while in a mission to Maiduguri, he decided to abandon. Hundreds of young boys are currently working for Boko Haram, alongside the youg boy nine other criminals were arrested.
At least four people were killed and 23 others wounded in a grenade attack in the southern Philippines that appears to be unrelated to terrorism, officials said Sunday. Army Col. Cirilito Sobejana said the attacker was arrested following the late Saturday grenade blast in Busbus village near the domestic airport in Sulu province’s Jolo town. The motive for the attack wasn’t immediately clear, but a military officer said the attacker, who was identified by police as Sedimar Rabbah, returned to the area to retaliate after being beaten by a group of men who accused him of stealing a cellphone. Police, however, were checking if he has links with Abu Sayyaf militants.
A single terrorist attacked Westminster killing four people, included a police officier and wounding 40 other civilians, before being killed. He indiscriminately ran into people with a car on Westminster Bridge. The use of the vehicle to attack civilians was a direct copy of an Islamic State tactic used previously with murderous effect in Nice and Berlin. The initial working theories of the police investigation are the attacker was inspired by Isis and was most likely a “lone actor”.
The Israel Defense Forces foiled a security incident on the Israel-Gaza Strip border in the early hours of Wednesday morning. One terrorist was killed and two others were wounded in the incident, one of this have only eighteen years old. We know that IDF troops on routine patrol along the border detected suspicious movement on its eastern part, near Rafah. The Palestinian news agency Maan said that the local residents reported hearing gunshots and sounds of explosions, adding Israeli Air Force aircraft were heard flying over the border.
The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Staffan De Mistura has condemned Wednesday’s terrorist attacks in Damascus saying they are plainly designed to spoil attempts to sustain political talks. “The Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura condemns the terrorist attacks in Damascus which have claimed the lives of innocent civilians. These attacks are also plainly designed to spoil attempts to sustain political talks”, de Mistura’s office said in a statement on Wednesday.
Twin bombs targeting Shiite pilgrims killed 46 people in Damascus, most of them Iraqis, in one of the bloodiest attacks in the Syrian capital. A roadside bomb detonated as a bus passed and a suicide bomber blew himself up in the Bab Al Saghir area, which houses several Shiite mausoleums that draw a large number of pilgrims. Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi strongly condemned the “heinous and shameful” terrorist attacks. “Indiscriminate assassinations, carnage and spilling the blood of innocent people, including women and children, are the last resort of the desperate and miserable terrorists who have lost their control more than ever following their repeated failures in different fields” he noted.