Arab newspapers highlight President Sisi’s statements: We will not give up our land and we will not betray the Palestinians

Iman Hanna

Saturday, March 9, 2024 06:01 PM

Arab newspapers highlighted President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s statements today, Saturday, regarding his insistence on supporting… Palestinian people And supporting his legitimate rights, while at the same time not giving up Egypt’s land.

The Saudi newspaper Okaz wrote, under the title “Al-Sisi: We will not give up our land… and we will not betray the Palestinians,” that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi stressed that Egypt will not give up its land, pointing out that a lot of blood was paid to eliminate terrorism and secure the country.

President Sisi affirmed in his speech during the 39th educational symposium of the armed forces on the occasion of Martyr’s Day, that his country will not betray PalestiniansHe stressed the rejection of displacement, and his country’s keenness to keep the Rafah crossing open 24 hours to bring humanitarian aid into Gaza. The Egyptian President revealed that he refused to float the pound during the past year for reasons related to national security. He said: I previously refused to “float” because it was difficult, as we did not have liquidity, and the price of one dollar would have ranged between 80-90 pounds..

The Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Qabas highlighted, under the headline “Al-Sisi: Egypt cannot betray the Palestinians,” what President Al-Sisi said about the matter. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi affirmed that, “Egypt cannot betray the Palestinians, and we are concerned with their protection and relief,” adding, “We address the Palestinian people with our greetings.” We appreciate and tell them that your affliction is our affliction.”.

Al-Sisi continued: “What is happening in Gaza is a challenge to Egypt and the entire region, and the Gaza Strip is witnessing a great tragedy and the fall of thousands of martyrs, and the reconstruction of the Strip needs more than 90 billion dollars,” adding, “The Rafah crossing is open 24 hours a day and we are keen to bring aid into the Gaza Strip.”.

He added: “We drop aid into the Gaza Strip by air, due to the difficulties facing the process of bringing it in by land.”.

The Bahraini newspaper Al-Ayyam highlighted the statements of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi confirmed that the Gaza Strip is witnessing a great tragedy and the fall of thousands of martyrs, stressing that the reconstruction of the Strip needs more than 90 billion dollars..

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The newspaper referred to President Sisi’s statements during today’s Martyrs’ Day event about the Rafah crossing and his assurances that it is open and we are dropping aid into Gaza by air due to the difficulties of entering it by land, stressing that Egypt cannot betray the Palestinians and we are concerned with their protection and relief..

Al-Sisi indicated that Egypt will not hesitate to work for a ceasefire and bring aid into the Strip.

In another context, President Sisi affirmed that Egypt was saved from falling into the hands of terrorism and extremism that struck all parts of the region, explaining that history will remember Egypt’s transition to peace, security and stability, and we continue to work with determination and self-denial..

He said that history will one day tell how difficult and harsh it was for Egypt and its people to cross from the brink of danger, chaos and loss to safety, security and stability. How dear and dear was the price paid with the blood of our children, and how great was the amount of work, patience, perseverance, and self-denial..

He added that history will pause for a long time before the great miracle achieved by the Egyptians over the past years, as they saved their ancient homeland from falling into the clutches of evil and extremist groups, withstood the hurricane of rupture, collapse and chaos, built and rehabilitated their country, and laid the foundation for a national economy capable of confronting crises.

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