Tourists Bombed in Egypt, Military was Hunting the Co-Opted Ansar Beit al-Maqdis

If the reports are true then the Egyptian military have bombed a group of Mexican tourists in the Western Desert (Sinai), allegedly the group was mistaken for ISIS “terrorists” but that is merely a fraction of the story. There are several other issues that come with this incident and that need to be addressed when this latest is to be observed in the right perspective.

The so-called ISIS militants that are being mentioned are a faction of the Egyptian Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, a group originally targeting Israel and that is even accepted in mainstream circles. Somewhere last year that faction of Ansar Beit al-Maqdis allegedly swore allegiance to ISIS but that officially didn’t happen before an alleged commercial Russian ship was captured resulting from an attack on an Egyptian vessel, through the help of an informant or double agent and that faction’s instructors who are more than likely residing in the Amman Joint Operation Room –  from where practically all ISIS hits and productions are being orchestrated and released.

This is extremely important to add to this ‘bombed tourists’ incident because when it is true that the Egyptian military was searching for that faction and “mistakenly” attacked the tourists along the way then the Egyptian military is not the only one who should take responsibility for the killing.

It is pretty much beyond factual that the ISIS emblem, hype, flag, narrative, ideology is a construct that serves UNEI terror alliance campaigns in the Middle East and the rest of the world. American jewish ISIS sock puppet Joshua Goldberg is a perfect example of this and since this is so very true the biggest part of the former ‘truth movement’ doesn’t even dare to write about this – which says a lot about THEIR agenda and handlers.

Now, with and concerning this wrongful killing, the media on both sides so far refuse to mention the name “Ansar Beit al-Maqdis” because they have been screwing up their narratives very badly over the last months (like the Abu Sayyaf raid in Syria that never happened and for which photos of two different persons were being provided). The group that the Egyptian military thought it was attacking (allegedly) is simply being called…. ISIS… and understandably so for if it was now again further investigated then people would see that indeed the Ansar Beit al-Maqdis has been co-opted at least since the attack on that Egyptian vessel and that Ansar Beit al-Maqdis was originally fighting Israel, which the ISIS faction is now not doing any longer – HINT HINT!!

In addition to this, the media blocks find it ever harder to accurately identify Ansar Beit al-Maqdis. They picture them with Al Qaeda flags while describing them as being ISIS terrorists – this on par with their previous and identical screw up of depicting Al Shabaab with ISIS flags months before the media injected the narrative that Al Shabaab may join forces with ISIS but that that was not sure yet.

Also in relation to the Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, the BBC earlier wrote that the group had captured and killed oil worker William Henderson, in November 0f 2014:

“In November 2014, the group abducted and killed foreigner for the first time – US oil worker William Henderson, though it is not clear where exactly he was taken from.”

This in contradiction to the also mainstream accepted belief that Henderson was killed on August 6, 2014. Perhaps he died twice or not at all because the same BBC article, now updated, no longer mentions the Henderson case while profiling Ansar Beit al-Maqdis or the Sinai Province Group as the media and the UNEI military terror alliance now want them to be referred to – again, for obvious reasons.

Henderson was allegedly working for Apache when he died and the Apache twist in the whole story is not insignificant. Apache apparently lost about 1/3 of its business in Egypt to the Chinese SINOPEC and that’s where the real face of this war is being revealed to the world, at least partially. OIL + CASH, obviously for us, shockingly for the gullible sleeping audience of which a large part of the former truth movement is now sadly a part too.

So, when the Egyptian military claims they were targeting a terrorist group in the Western Desert but mistakenly attacked tourists there then the first things we all should do is ask the UNEI alliance of death (US, NATO, EU and Israel):

“Why are your operatives co-opting the Ansar Beit al-Maqdis through a staged allegiance to YOUR ISIS?”  AND

“How do you feel now with the blood of these tourists on your hands, is your carving up of the Middle East proving fruitful?” AND

“Were you initially attempting to blame the Russians for the attack on the Egyptian vessel as linked above?” AND

“Did your intel agencies (deliberately) give the wrong intel to the Egyptians as they bombed the defenseless tourists, isn’t that what the CIA and the Mossad are known for doing anyway?”

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