On November 25, the Egyptian Army announced that the Egyptian Air Force has conducted several airstrikes against ISIS positions over the last night in respnose to the ISIS attack on Al Rawdah mosque west of the city of El Arish in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on November 24.
Egyptian warplanes tracked and destroyed several vehicles of the ISIS members who attacked Al Rawdah mosque around the Bir al-Abed area where the attack took place, according to the Egyptian Army.
The Egyptian Air Force also destroyed several positions of ISIS in Sinai Peninsula.
The army said that the Egyptian Intelligence and locals provided the information about ISIS positions. The army promised to continue its security operation in Sinan Peninsula until “all terrorists are eliminated”.
Meanwhile, Egypt’s Attorney General, Nabil Sadiq announced in an official statement that the death toll in the terrorist attack on Al Rawdah mosque has risen to 305, including 27 children. 128 others were injured.
The Attorney General also revealed that between 25 and 30 terrorists attacked Al Rawdah mosque from all directions with fire arms and hand grenades.
The attack on Al Rawdah mosque is one of the most violent terrorist attacks in the history of Egypt.