FILE - In this Nov. 13, 1979 file photo, Jebeiya Bedouin children take in the scenery at the summit of Mount Sinai, (7,500 feet) in the southern central sector of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. Egyptian security officials said Monday that they will not give in to the demands of a Bedouin man who took hostage two Americans and their local translator, now entering their fourth day in captivity. Boston-area residents Pentecostal Rev. Michel Louis, 61, and 39-year-old Lissa Alphonse were taken off a bus Friday with their Egyptian tour guide on a road in the Sinai Peninsula. The two Americans were on a Holy Land tour heading from Cairo to the sixth-century St. Catherine's Monastery, located at the foot of Mount Sinai where the Old Testament says Moses received the stone tablets with the Ten Commandments. (AP Photo, File)

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FILE - In this Nov. 13, 1979 file photo, Jebeiya Bedouin children take in the scenery at the summit of Mount Sinai, (7,500 feet) in the southern central sector of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. Egyptian security officials said Monday that they will not give in to the demands of a Bedouin man who took hostage two Americans and their local translator, now entering their fourth day in captivity. Boston-area residents Pentecostal Rev. Michel Louis, 61, and 39-year-old Lissa Alphonse were taken off a bus Friday with their Egyptian tour guide on a road in the Sinai Peninsula. The two Americans were on a Holy Land tour heading from Cairo to the sixth-century St. Catherine's Monastery, located at the foot of Mount Sinai where the Old Testament says Moses received the stone tablets with the Ten Commandments. (AP Photo, File)
FILE - In this Nov. 13, 1979 file photo, Jebeiya Bedouin children take in the scenery at the summit of Mount Sinai, (7,500 feet) in the southern central sector of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. Egyptian security officials said Monday that they will not give in to the demands of a Bedouin man who took hostage two Americans and their local translator, now entering their fourth day in captivity. Boston-area residents Pentecostal Rev. Michel Louis, 61, and 39-year-old Lissa Alphonse were taken off a bus Friday with their Egyptian tour guide on a road in the Sinai Peninsula. The two Americans were on a Holy Land tour heading from Cairo to the sixth-century St. Catherine's Monastery, located at the foot of Mount Sinai where the Old Testament says Moses received the stone tablets with the Ten Commandments. (AP Photo, File)
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