Thousands attend funeral of 4 killed in Sinai attack, call for revenge against Israel

By YASSER OKBI, THE POST
August 10, 2013 19:07

 
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Al-Qaida flags were raised Saturday afternoon in the northern Sinai city of Sheikh Zweid, during the funeral of the four victims of an attack foreign reports attributed to an Israel Air Force drone strike.

About 2,000 vehicles participated in the funeral procession attended by thousands. The event was marked by calls for revenge against Israel.

Leaders of the village of al-Jura, where Friday's attack occurred, were also present during the 25 km-long journey.


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