CAIRO, Aug 10 (KUNA) -- A security official said on Saturday an Egyptian
Apache, accompanied by a Gazelle, attacked and killed four "Jihadists" to the
south of Rafah city, Sinai Peninsula, northeast Egypt, yesterday.
The airstrike targeted a site where three missiles were prepared for
launching into Egypt, the source told the state-run MENA news agency.
He noted that eyewitnesses verified that the planes were Egyptian ones.
He refuted the press reports that the attack was launched by an Israeli
drone that breached the airspace of Egypt as part of bilateral security
Shortly after the attack the Spokesman of the Armed Forces Col. Ahmad Ali
ruled out any security coordination with Israel and refuted categorically that
Israel launched the attack inside the Egyptian territories between the border
marks 10 and 11, south Rafah. (end)
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