Egypt's Morsi vows to prevent Sinai's descent into chaos

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 4, 2012 16:31

 
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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Sunday warned those destabilizing security in Sinai “not to be fooled” by his apparent “patience,” Egypt Independent reported.

“Some still think that our eyes are not wide open,” Morsi wrote on Twitter. “But do not be deceived by my forbearance, for this matter concerns our homeland which we will spare no effort to protect.”

Morsi's comments came a day after three policemen were killed and a fourth injured in an attack by armed men on a police car in Arish.

The attack led to the dismissal on Sunday of North Sinai Governor Major General Ahmed Bak, according to Egypt Independent.

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