VIA| New reports are claiming that an Israeli aircraft has struck ISIS targets in the Egyptian Sinai.
A news agency known for its close ties to the Islamic State claimed that Israeli aircraft on Tuesday struck outposts of Wilayat Sinai, the IS’s branch in the Egyptian Sinai.
With no documentary evidence to back up its claim, the Amaq News Agency reported that seven “Israeli drones, war-planes and helicopters” bombed targets in the IS-heavy north-eastern Sinai.
Contacted by Brietbart Jerusalem, a spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces declined to comment, explaining it is the IDF’s general policy to refrain from commenting on reports of operations outside the boundaries of Israel and the Gaza Strip.
IS has kept mum on the alleged incident, the agency added, and the number of casualties remains unclear.
Amaq reported in the past that Israeli aircraft previously entered Sinai on reconnaissance missions and have struck IS outposts.
Speaking on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on Sunday, a leading Islamic State-allied militant claimed it is only a matter of time before the Islamic State’s branch in the Egyptian Sinai carries out a “big operation” in the Israeli resort town of Eilat and other parts of southern Israel.
Israel don’t play around, son!
The nation of Israel has always been more than capable of defending themselves and fighting the evils of terrorism, and no one knows better how to take down groups like ISIS quite like they do.
Unfortunately, that’s due in large part to the fact they’ve had so much experience with terrorism over the years.