“Egyptian tanks gathered near the border.” An Egyptian brigade comments on the Israeli warnings “Egyptian tanks gathered near the border.” An Egyptian brigade comments on the Israeli warnings

“Egyptian tanks gathered near the border.” An Egyptian brigade comments on the Israeli warnings

“Egyptian tanks gathered near the border.” An Egyptian brigade comments on the Israeli warnings

The former Director of Morale Affairs in the Egyptian Army, Major General Samir Farag, responded to Israeli Rabbi Samuel Eliyahu’s talk about Egypt’s growing military power and the gathering of a large number of Egyptian tanks near the border.

Faraj said in statements to RT that the Israeli extreme right is trying to prolong the war on Gaza, and is trying to increase the war fronts, because if the war stops, Netanyahu will emerge, this coalition will end, and new elections will be held.

Farag explained that every day Netanyahu comes up with new topics for us, such as the massing of Egyptian tanks on the border, which is an imaginary matter that does not exist, and the Philadelphia Axis, which is in accordance with the Camp David Accords if there are violations, indicating that Egypt’s borders are stable and secure without problems.

The former director of moral affairs confirmed: The Israeli government is trying to prolong the war, for fear that Netanyahu will be tried. If he leaves office, he will be thrown directly into prison, and they are aware of that.

In a video clip directed to the Israeli government, published by the Israeli news site Srugim, Eliyahu referred to the behavior of Egyptians throughout history since the persecution of the people of Israel in Egypt during the reign of Pharaoh Moses until the present day, he said.

The rabbi of the city of Safed and a member of the main rabbinical council, Rabbi Eliyahu, asked: “Why does Egypt collect such a large number of tanks?” He left the answer to the political leadership in Tel Aviv.

Israeli media outlets affiliated with the far-right have warned the Israeli government of steps that Egypt is currently taking to thwart all Israeli plans to control the border area between the Gaza Strip and Egypt.

The Center for Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism Information, which bears the name of Major General Meir Amit in Tel Aviv, warned of the consequences of Egyptian military steps along the Egyptian border with the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli Bhol news website said that the Hamas movement has repeatedly warned of an Israeli move to occupy the “Philadelphia” axis - the Salah al-Din axis - which is the axis adjacent to the Egyptian border with the Gaza Strip, and Hamas confirmed that it was a practical step towards displacing the Palestinians from the Strip, while the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed Egypt fully controls its borders in response to Tel Aviv's allegations.


“A threat to relations” Egypt rejects Israel’s talk about occupying the Philadelphia Corridor

The Egyptian Information Service issued a statement confirming that any Israeli move towards occupying the Philadelphia Corridor is considered a threat to relations between the two countries, indicating that Egypt is a country that respects its international obligations, and at the same time is capable of defending its interests and sovereignty over its land and borders.

Egypt confirmed, on Monday evening, that any Israeli move towards occupying the Philadelphia Corridor or the Salah al-Din Corridor in the Gaza Strip will lead to a serious and serious threat to Egyptian-Israeli relations.

This came in a statement issued by Diaa Rashwan, head of the official Egyptian Information Service, amid the continuation of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip since last October 7.

The statement explained that "the recent period has witnessed several statements by Israeli officials, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, containing false claims and accusations."

He added that these "false claims and allegations include the existence of smuggling operations of weapons, explosives, ammunition and their components into the Gaza Strip from Egyptian territory through several methods, including tunnels that these statements claimed exist between both sides of the border."

The statement called on "the Israeli government to conduct serious investigations within its army, state agencies, and sectors of society to search for those truly involved in smuggling weapons into the Gaza Strip."

He pointed out that "Israel's persistence in marketing these lies is an attempt to create legitimacy for its attempt to occupy the Philadelphia Corridor or the Salah al-Din Corridor in the Gaza Strip along the border with Egypt, in violation of the security agreements and protocols signed between it and Egypt."

The statement stated: “Here it must be strictly emphasized that any Israeli move in this direction will lead to a serious and serious threat to Egyptian-Israeli relations. Egypt, in addition to being a country that respects its international obligations, is capable of defending its interests and sovereignty over its land and borders.”


Malaria: Cameroon launches the first systematic vaccination

Cameroon launches routine malaria vaccination - the first in the world, outside of clinical trials. Major step in preventing mosquito-borne disease, according to the GAVI vaccine alliance and the World Health Organization.

"We already have other countries that have received doses thanks to the work we are doing with UNICEF. Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone and Benin. The work continues and we have 12 countries that will receive 18 million doses from the RTS vaccine over the period of 2024 and 25". Aurelia Nguyen, Program Officer, Gavi

However, there are logistical challenges to overcome: Gavi and the WHO say the hardest-to-reach children are usually the most vulnerable.

The WHO estimates around 250 million cases of malaria and 600,000 deaths each year across the world, 94% of them in Africa, the majority of them children under 5 years old.

"Malaria vaccine scale-up through robust, well-established vaccination platforms is expected to save tens of thousands of lives each year. Based on clinical trial data. Malaria vaccines have been shown to reduce more than half the clinical cases of malaria in the year following vaccination, and this level of effectiveness increases when the vaccine is administered seasonally. This prevents approximately 75% of malaria cases." Says Kate O'Brien, director of vaccines, World Health Organization

Even if the mortality rate from malaria is decreasing, they still remain higher than before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the WHO in Africa.
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