Identity of Cairo suicide bomber revealed
Egyptian President says the bomber, 32-year-old Mohammed Shafiq Mohammed, was accompanied by three other young men and a woman
Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, has revealed the identity of the suicide bomber who blew himself up inside a church during Sunday mass in Cairo.
Sisi said the bomber, 32-year-old Mohammed Shafiq Mohammed, was accompanied by three other young men and a woman, the Al Arabiya News Channel reported.
During a funeral service organized for the victims al-Sisi explained that Mohammed blew his explosive belt inside the chapel.
According to the reports coming in, security service agents are still recovering body parts from the accident site. The president vowed to bring those responsible to justice.
Three pictures of the suspects who are now arrested: