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Da'esh (ISIS) beheaded 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians at the Libyan seashore. (Feb. 2015)

The Palestinian Authority has warned that “hundreds” of Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists are setting up bases in Gaza for attacks on the Sinai Peninsula, and at least one of four recent attacks in Saudi Arabia has been linked the fanatic Islamic group.

The Palestinian Authority said that eight Salafist groups have set up bases in Gaza, and that many of its recruits are former Hamas members, Reshet Bet (Voice of Israel) radio reported Sunday morning. Hamas denies that the ISIS poses a threat to stability of its regime and said “only” a few dozen Salafists, supporting the ISIS, are in Gaza.


Hamas arrested a senior Salafist terrorist last month as well as dozens of the group’s terrorists in recent weeks.

A group that itself as the ISIS stated on Friday it launched mortar shells are a Hamas base in central Gaza.

Each radical Muslim group is competing to be more monstrous than the other, and Hamas last week even destroyed a tent that was turned into a mosque that ISIS supporters used.

Egypt is vulnerable to terror in the Sinai and has suffered the loss of dozens of soldiers and policemen in recent months at the hands of terrorists. If the ISIS can gain a foothold in the Sinai, it will be on the doorstep of both Israel and Egypt.

In Saudi Arabia, unknown terrorists shot and killed a policeman last week, the fourth shooting incident in the past two months. Saudi authorities have admitted that at least one of the attacks was carried out by an ISIS-linked group.

Saudi Arabia has arrested nearly 100 ISIS suspects since last December, including a cell that plotted to attack the U.S. Embassy with a car bomb.

The kingdom has become a clearer target for the Islamic State since Saudi Arabia joined the American-led coalition’s war against the terrorist organization that has take control of large areas in Syria and Iraq.

Following is a Saudi news report on the murder of the policemen.


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Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


  1. I can’t understand WHY they haven’t been bombed to kingdom come by now,,,How many country’s have we fighting them,,,and do we hear how they are doing,,NO,,,,WHY NOT,,,,,Because the media isn’t telling us,,,,thats what F/Book tells us,,,and is all we have to go by,,,,I think theres more to everything than meets the eye,,,and they just aren’t telling us,,,,,I just want all mosrats gone,,,,,,,

  2. My thoughts are that while the different groups are intent on eradicating one another, Israel should take a hands off approach and keep a very clear eye on developments, and if necessary treat any wounded, combatants or civilians that it can. If the situation changes and becomes a direct threat to Israel, then Israel needs to take the kids gloves off and do what has to be done to ensure her citizens, (Jews, Arabs, Druze and any others) are protected.

    Massive fuel/air strikes have been known to work well in clearing the ground.

  3. Tayyab , I doubt Israel created Isis, that was taken care of by Obama and his stupidity. While Isis is eradicating the Shi’ite enemies, Israel probably has no need to do anything, once that changes, Israel will do what they must.

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