Journalist and Sinai researcher Mohannad Sabry explains Egyptian president al-Sisi's approach to the war on terror, and its consequences.

Egypt's Sinai Peninsula has gradually transitioned from being an area of instability and local insurgencies to becoming an important ISIS foothold. At a recent ECFR Black Coffee Morning event Egyptian journalist and researcher Mohannad Sabry explained president al-Sisi's approach to the war on terror, and its consequences.

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