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They spoke of some jumping out of windows, a stampede in a corridor leading to the washrooms and of children screaming in horror.A handout photo made available by the Egyptian Ministry of Defence shows Egypt's Air Force during an operation allegedly targeting terrorist targets in response to the deadly attack on Rawda mosque in Egypt's Sinai, at an undisclosed location in Sinai, Egypt, on Friday Some spoke of their narrow escape from a certain death, others of families that lost all or most of their male members.He suffered two gunshot wounds in the legs on Friday.'Everyone layed down on the floor and kept their heads down. Ahmed Abul Gheit, head of the Arab League, which is based in Cairo, condemned the 'terrifying crime which again shows that Islam is innocent of those who follow extremist terrorist ideology,' his spokesman said in a statement.
It is not yet confirmed what nationalities the four wounded women are, with one report stating that three were from Serbia and one from Poland, while another said two Czech women had been injured.The worshippers, according to another witness, began to jump out of windows as soon as the militants opened fire.'The small door that leads to the corridor for the wash rooms was about the only one where worshippers rushed to escape,' said a 38-year-old government employee who did not want to be named for fear of retaliation.'There was a stampede.I fell down and then bodies piled up on top of me,' he said.One witness, Ebid Salem Mansour, said the imam had barely made it atop the mosque pulpit to deliver the sermon when intense gunfire rang out.'We knew that the mosque was under attack by (militants),' he said, recounting an attack that constitutes a grim milestone in Egypt's brutal fight against increasingly emboldened militants.Mansour, a 38-year-old worker in a nearby salt factory, said he settled in Bir al-Abd, the small town near where the attack took place, three years ago to escape the bloodshed and fighting elsewhere in northern Sinai.