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Al-Ahram: Egypt advances on all avenues in parallel to end Israeli aggression against Gaza


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Al-Ahram: Egypt advances on all avenues in parallel to end Israeli aggression against Gaza

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Al-Ahram newspaper reported that since the beginning of the Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip, Egypt has acted in parallel on all avenues to end this aggression, stop the bleeding of Palestinian blood and alleviate the suffering. human rights faced by the inhabitants of the Gaza Strip. The Rafah crossing therefore constituted the fundamental lifeline of the Gaza Strip, bringing in humanitarian aid and Egyptian foreign aid, since Egyptian aid represented more than 85% of the aid entering the Gaza Strip .

The newspaper explained – in an editorial published today (Tuesday) titled “Constants of the Egyptian position towards the Rafah crossing” – that despite the challenges, Israeli intransigence and the bombing of the crossing by the forces of Israeli occupation on more than five occasions, Egypt did not close the crossing and insisted that it remain open for the entry of humanitarian aid and the exit of the wounded. The injured were treated in Egyptian hospitals. In return, she rejected Israel’s plans to forcibly move Palestinians to the Sinai and expel them from there. the Rafah crossing, as the Israeli war government wanted and pressured, and Egypt stood idly by, believing that this was aimed at liquidating the Palestinian cause at the expense of Egyptian national security.

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The newspaper noted that when Israeli forces continued to escalate their escalation and invade the Palestinian town of Rafah and occupy the crossing, Egypt clearly refused to let Israeli forces go to the crossing or cooperate with them in its management or to provide assistance in light of this new situation, because the Egyptian position arises from the non-recognition of the legitimacy of the Israeli occupation of the terminal and the rejection of the policy consisting of imposing a fait accompli , given that the Rafah crossing is an Egyptian-Palestinian terminal, and its management on the Palestinian side The Rafah crossing should be supervised by Palestinian elements. Egypt also held the Israeli government responsible for worsening the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip and preventing the entry of aid by insisting on continuing to occupy the Palestinian Rafah crossing.

The Al-Ahram newspaper confirmed that this Egyptian position on the Rafah crossing reflects the Egyptian desire to find a balance between the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Palestinians via other terminals, notably that of Kerem Shalom, and not -recognition of the legitimacy of the Israeli occupation of the crossing and rejecting any Israeli security arrangement in the Gaza Strip which represents… A direct threat to Egyptian national security Egypt expressed its firm position during the tripartite meeting Egyptian-American-Israeli and demanded an end to Israel’s occupation of the crossing and the entry of humanitarian aid. help without obstacles.

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