Jihadists claim responsibility for four beheadings in Egypt

Bodies found in northern Sinai, accused of spying for Israel

(ANSA) - Cairo, August 28 - A jihadist group active in the Sinai, Ansar Bait al-Maqdis, on Thursday claimed responsibility for beheading four Egyptians in a video posted on YouTube.
    "They were agents of the Mossad," said the jihadists, making reference to the Israeli intelligence agency.
    The bodies of four decapitated people were found Wednesday in the northern Sinai.

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