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March 11, 2017 – Attacks against Christians in the North Sinai region of Egypt continued last month by ISIS affiliated muslim groups. During February seven Christians were murdered and it is believed the perpetrators were an islamic group known as Wilayat Sinai, an ISIS affiliated organization operating in the region. Nearly 120 families have fled the Sinai city of El-Arish as a result of the recent attacks, and many are now living in a refugee camp in Ismailia, 125 miles southwest of El-Arish. Voice of the Martyrs reports they have met with approximately 50 families and distributed food and emergency aid to them. In the midst of the murders ISIS released a video stating their intention to intensify attacks on Christians in the region. Just prior to the release of the video, muslims bombed a Christian church in Cairo.

Globally muslims have vowed to continue efforts for domination. Over the past several months attacks have increased drastically in Europe, where the ‘Open-Borders’ policy has invited large groups of muslims in, primarily under a refugee program. ISIS has vowed to use refugee programs as a means of infiltration. The term FATAH (Arabic for Infiltration) is being used to overcome nations who have embraced globalism. Fatah is defined as: ‘immigrating into a country in numbers large enough to affect the culture, taking advantage of tolerant laws and accommodating policies, inserting the influence of islam. It is a slow, systematic and unrelenting method’.