Niger Thousands celebrate the withdrawal of French forces from the country Niger Thousands celebrate the withdrawal of French forces from the country

Niger Thousands celebrate the withdrawal of French forces from the country

Niger Thousands celebrate the withdrawal of French forces from the country

Thousands of citizens in Niger took to the streets to celebrate the French army's withdrawal from the country, which ended on December 22, Agence France-Presse reported.
The agency said, "On Friday, thousands celebrated the departure of the last French forces stationed in Niger a week ago."

The prime ministers of Burkina Faso and Mali participated in the gathering, who arrived in the country, according to a statement by the National Council for the Defense of the Fatherland of Niger on the “X” network, to express support for the Niger authorities, noting that the three countries are members of the newly formed Sahel countries alliance.


According to Agence France-Presse, the demonstration included concerts and acrobatic performances, and anti-French slogans were heard, and the flags of Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, and Russia were seen among the crowd.

The agency indicated that this millennium demonstration was the culmination of the sit-ins that began on September 2 in front of the air base in the capital, Niamey, to demand the withdrawal of French forces.

The last batch of French soldiers left Niger in two military aircraft on December 22, and France handed over the temporary air base to the Nigerien authorities.

Niger was considered Paris's last ally in the Sahel region before the military came to power there on July 26, after withdrawing from Mali and Burkina Faso.


A Palestinian comment on a terrifying Egyptian investigation into Israel’s “theft” of organs from the bodies of Palestinians in Gaza

The official spokesman for the Fatah movement, Jamal Nazzal, confirmed that Israel deliberately withholds the bodies of dead Palestinians, explaining that Tel Aviv has a long history of carrying out these practices.

Nazzal commented on the investigative report published by “Youm Seven” in its issue issued yesterday, Friday, about Israel’s theft of human organs from Palestinian martyrs, saying: “There are 10,000 registered missing Palestinians in Gaza, most of them under the rubble, and there are missing persons whose fate is unknown until now,” explaining that There are many suspicions surrounding the Israeli occupation government of committing war crimes.

Yesterday, Friday, Al-Youm Al-Sabea published an investigative report documenting the Israeli occupation’s theft of human organs and skins from the bodies of Palestinian martyrs whom it detained for long periods.

Dr. Marwan Al-Hams, director of the Martyr Muhammad Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital in Rafah, revealed that “the Israeli occupation army stole the organs of the Palestinian martyrs, which it handed over on December 26.”

Dr. Al-Hams confirmed that "the Israeli army sent a truck of the bodies of Palestinian martyrs who were detained by it, noting that the smells are difficult to bear as the bodies were taken. They are body parts in blue bags, and all the bodies are without organs and stuffed with sand."

The director of the Martyr Muhammad Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital revealed the presence of the bodies of Palestinian martyrs whose stomachs were opened longitudinally, explaining that “the hospital documented the condition of the bodies by photographing them and documenting their condition after receiving them,” stressing that “holding the bodies and stealing the human organs of the Palestinian martyrs is a war crime.” Demanding that Israel be held accountable.”

The hospital director described what he saw as "terrifying and frightening, and demonstrates the heinousness of the crimes committed by Israel against the living and the dead."
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