Ajnad Misr

Ajnad Misr (Soldiers of Egypt) is a Sinai based jihadist group that targets what they refer to as “criminal elements” in the Egyptian Government. The group came to attention on 23 January 2014 with a media statement in which they claimed credit for attacks on security forces in Cairo, during January 2014. The group uses both Facebook and Twitter. At first the group received limited attention from online Jihadist forums, but with a media statement on 23 January 2014 resulting in a more active promotion of the group by forums such as the Ibn Taymiyyah Media Center and Al Battar Media Foundation. The Cairo Urgent Matters Court listed Ajnad Misr as terrorist organisation on 22 May 2014.Centre of OperationsAjnad Misr is active in Egypt's capital, Cairo:VideosVideo: 2014 Video of the car bombing that targeted the Cairo Security Directorate and killed at least six people.Video Notes: 03 April 2014: A police brigadier-general has been killed and seven others were wounded in a series…

Ajnad Misr, also known as Soldiers of Egypt, Agnad Masr is an active group formed c. 2013.
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