In pics: Sisi visits freed Police Officer Al-Haies at hospital

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Wed, 01 Nov 2017 - 08:22 GMT

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visits recently freed Police Captain Mohamed al-Hayes in the hospital, after the latter was being held in terrorists' captivity.

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visits recently freed Police Captain Mohamed al-Hayes in the hospital, after the latter was being held in terrorists' captivity.

CAIRO – 1 November 2017: President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visited Wednesday morning Police Captain Mohamed al-Hayes in the hospital, after the latter was freed from terrorists’ captivity in a security crackdown.

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President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visits freed Police Captain Mohamed al-Hayes in the hospital, after the latter was being held in terrorists' captivity.

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President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visits freed Police Captain Mohamed al-Hayes in the hospital, after the latter was being held in terrorists' captivity.


A campaign was orchestrated by the police and army forces was carried out Tuesday, where Special Forces managed to kill terrorists involved in the Giza-Wahat operation that left 16 officers killed, excluding Captain Al-Hayes who was mistakenly counted among victims.

After being rescued, Al-Hayes was transferred to a military hospital where he receives necessary medical treatment.

Following the battle between Egyptian forces and militants on October 20, new clashes erupted between the two sides on Oct. 27. Fifteen militants were killed during the clashes, which took place along the Wadi Gadid-Wahat Road.

Egypt’s Interior Ministry followed the terrorists behind the October 20 attack, with the aim of eliminating them. Here is what you need to know about Al-Wahat’s militants:

1. Al-Wahat’s armed group was established by 13 militants.
2. They used military uniforms to move about easily.
3. The group was planning several terrorist attacks during the coming period.
4. It aims to recruit other young people.
5. Several explosive belts and weapons were found with them.
6. The militants used sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and motorcycles to move within the Western Desert.

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