"The goal of an apparently improvised explosive device was a tourist bus that was damaged and another passenger car was destroyed, where four people drove," says David Borek, a correspondent in the Middle East. "We know that it happened in a relatively narrow, crowded location at the entrance to the Giza Pyramids, the edge of the Cairo agglomeration. It is a symbolic place, just because it is to some extent the tourist industry's center in Egypt," he says. security sources are injuries medium or bright. Of the seventeen wounded, ten are Egyptians, seven are South African citizens, and the Czech Ministry has already confirmed that no Czech is among the injured.
No one signed up for the attack
An anonymous security officer told For Reuters, the bus took 25 South African tourists from the airport to the pyramids on the outskirts of Cairo. No one has considered responsibility for the attack so far.
"Egypt is facing a permanent, especially recent, sporadic terrorist attacks of Islamic origin. Islamists, jihadists, if they attack in Egypt, so often on tourists, because it is the ideal way for them to harm the existing Egyptian regime, which is heavily dependent on the revenues of the tourism industry, "said David Borek. on the Sinai Peninsula, Coptic Christians and tourists have also been closer to the capital, AP said.
The latest attack occurred at a time when Egyptian tourism recovered from years of political instability that occurred after the uprising in 201