The strike occurred in Al Arish.
Egyptian military spokesman Brig. Gen. Mohammed Samir posted on his Facebook page that Doaa al-Ansari was killed in an operation guided by "accurate intelligence." That can only mean that ISIS is going to kill some of its own people to get at the "rat" that gave Abu away. But in spite of this, Samir received 546 "Likes" for the post and made 932 new friends.
Al- Ansari was the head organizer of ISIS activities in the region which included attacks against U.N. forces in the Sinai base. He also was known for organizing Mohammad look-alike contests and his chemical knowledge led to him inventing an Islamic woman's perfume called "Beneath the Burqa," whose slogan is: "Wear it, then explode with joy."
The Metrojet plane attack last Halloween was probably the work of an air mechanic whose cousin joined ISIS in Syria. He worked at Sharm el-Sheikh airport where the jet embarked from, exploding over Egypt after takeoff.
The Facebook page by Egyptian military wrote that the strikes also killed 45 ISIS jihadists and destroyed an ammunition depot used by the group, Reuters reported.
The one thing we can be certain of is that Abu Dua al-Ansari will rest in pieces hither, thither and yon.