Israel warned against travel to Sinai

February 23, 2007 08:32

The Counterterrorism Bureau of the National Security re-published a report advising Israelis not to travel to Sinai, following security threats. Searches are continuing to be carried out throughout the Sinai Peninsula after two Palestinian terrorists suspected of carrying explosives, Army Radio reported Friday morning. According to the report, intelligence sources in Egypt suspect the two plan to carry out a suicide attack in populated tourist centers in Sinai. Thursday 23 Egyptians were arrested on suspicion of being involved with planning terrorist attacks in tourist spots.

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