Report: Special commando units free Hizbullah members from Egyptian jail
Lebanese sources claim that a commando forces composed of Lebanon's Hizbullah, Iranian Revolutionary Guard and Palestine's Hamas fighters stormed into the Egyptian prison of Wadi El-Natron, which is located some 120 kilometers northwest of Cairo. The task was to free several thousand prisoners, and especially leaders and members of the "Muslim Brotherhood" and activists of Hizbullah who were detained on charges of planning terrorist operations last year.
The sources said that the fighters entered Egypt across the border the Sudanese border. They exploited the security chaos in Egypt amid the popular revolt against the Mubarak regime.
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