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50 soldiers killed in ISIS attack on Egyptian Army's Sinai checkpoints

50 soldiers killed in ISIS attack on Egyptian Army's Sinai checkpoints

Note the connection in this article to ex-President Morsi in Egypt, and the Muslim Brotherhood.
U.S. president Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton are the ones who attempted to plant Morsi into the Egyptian president chair.
This is our U.S. community organizer in chief and his handy work.
ISIS militants claims that these attacks are in part due to Egypt expelling Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood from office.
And all the while Obama and our own U.S. administration have embedded hundreds of these same Muslim Brotherhood people into our own government agencies.

Folks - you just can't make this stuff up,,,it's real, and Obama is the organizer in chief.

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