EGYPT: Muslim terrorist group threatens to attack PEPSI

Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis threatens to attack the soft drinks giant for allegedly allowing the Interior Ministry to use their company vans to transport Muslim Brotherhood detainees.

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Al-Arabiya  They’ve been quick to claim bombings across Cairo in recent months, targeting security and police officials, but now Egyptian jihadist group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis (or ‘Supporters of Jerusalem’) has another target in mind. A soft drinks giant.

On Friday, the Sinai-based group threatened to attack Pepsi Co. for allegedly allowing the Interior Ministry to use their company vans to transport detainees.

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“You know who we are and what we can do,” the group addressed the company on Twitter. “This is the last warning and after this, Pepsi Co. can only blame itself. By God, we will not tolerate working with the police whatever the client, the amount and status.”