Behind an Israeli Strike in Gaza, Help from Egypt

(TIME) Karl Vick - Mohammad Namnam, a senior commander of the Army of Islam in Gaza, linked to al-Qaeda, was tracked and killed on Nov. 3 in a missile strike after Israeli security operatives learned that he was preparing a terror attack on U.S. forces stationed at El Gorah, about a dozen miles west of Gaza, in the Sinai Desert. The source of the tip was Egyptian intelligence, which gleaned news of the plot from Army of Islam operatives captured earlier in Sinai.

2010-11-11 08:29:24

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