The Giza Resistance Force warned that similar attacks will be carried out in countries that support the new government in Egypt.
By Web Report
Published: Tue 3 Feb 2015, 7:04 PM
Last updated: Sun 16 Feb 2020, 9:53 PM
A video footage showing a group of men belonging to the Giza Resistance Force, throwing Molotov cocktails at a building that housed an Emirates NBD Bank branch, has gone viral. The building is located on the Al Hamra Street in Al Giza in Cairo, Egypt. According to reports the incident took place on February 2, 2015. Police cars rushed to the spot and brought the fire under control. The Emirates NBD Bank in Dubai refused comment when contacted by Khaleej Times. The group warned that similar attacks will be carried out in countries that support the new government in Egypt. It is not the first time that such an incident has taken place in Egypt. A few weeks back a petrol station called Emirate-Egypt in Karmouz, Alexandreria, was also set ablaze. One person was caught by the police. A couple of days prior to that one of the leaders from the Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist organization, was seen asking their followers to attack all business interest of Egypt through a television channel broadcasted from Turkey. In another incident the police detected two hand-made bombs on Tuesday, February 3, at the Cario airport. Additional security forces have been deployed by Egypt at key spots in the country.
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