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'We started our jihad fighting in the Bahariya oasis on the borders of Cairo and triumphed against the enemy's campaign,' said the group in a statement, claiming that this was his first attack. The group did not support the allegation.
Three security sources reported on October 21 that 52 police officers and officers were killed when their patrol was under fire. The Ministry of the Interior refuted that claim the next day and said that only sixteen police officers were killed.