Egyptian parliamentarian: President Sisi rejected $250 billion in exchange for displacing the Palestinians and resolving Egypt’s debt crisis Egyptian parliamentarian: President Sisi rejected $250 billion in exchange for displacing the Palestinians and resolving Egypt’s debt crisis

Egyptian parliamentarian: President Sisi rejected $250 billion in exchange for displacing the Palestinians and resolving Egypt’s debt crisis

Egyptian parliamentarian: President Sisi rejected $250 billion in exchange for displacing the Palestinians and resolving Egypt’s debt crisis

Egyptian parliamentarian and journalist Mustafa Bakri said that President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi rejected $250 billion in exchange for displacing the Palestinians and resolving Egypt’s debt crisis.

While presenting the “Facts and Secrets” program, journalist Mustafa Bakri warned of an imminent humanitarian disaster in the Palestinian city of Rafah, stressing that it would be the worst disaster the world has witnessed since World War II.

Bakri added that Egypt is making great efforts to mitigate the severity of the crisis, but the weakness of the regional and international position is a major criterion for its continuation.

He pointed out that Egypt provided more humanitarian aid to the brothers in the Gaza Strip than any other country, as it was estimated at about 80% of the total volume of aid provided during the crisis, stressing President Sisi’s categorical rejection of all offers made to Egypt in exchange for displacement.

The Egyptian parliamentarian continued: “The president spoke from the first day, and rejected the plan to displace and liquidate the issue. In the beginning, they offered him $200 billion in exchange for displacement and solving debt problems, and he refused Now he raised the amount to $250 billion and told them Every speck of dirt from the land of Sinai is irrigated with blood.” Martyrs, how can I overdo it! And be a partner in liquidating the Palestinian cause in any way.”

Bakri stressed that “the people of Gaza and Palestine are an integral part of the Egyptian people,” adding: “The people of Gaza are our sisters, and our people are even part of us. We cannot abandon them. Egypt has been concerned all its life with Arabism and the nation, and has never betrayed or sold out, and its policy is clear in public. What is in secret, and this is the policy of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, the nationalist nationalist leader.”

Egypt had repeatedly warned of Israel's intention to attack the city of Rafah or carry out a military operation in the Philadelphia axis, at a time when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that Tel Aviv would not end the war without closing the gap in the Philadelphia axis.

The war in Gaza has now  entered its 132nd day , while the specter of a humanitarian catastrophe looms over Rafah, which awaits an Israeli military operation, coinciding with negotiations in Egypt regarding a truce and the release of prisoners and hostages.




The Israeli government approves the “Al Jazeera Law” to prevent foreign broadcasting, So what is it?

Hebrew media reported that the Israeli government approved the “Al Jazeera Law,” which prohibits broadcasting from any foreign entity if it harms Israel’s security, noting that the decision only serves to lay the foundation for ending the official presence of Al Jazeera in Israel.

Israeli government ministers approved, via telephone, on Monday, what is known as the “Al Jazeera Law,” which “prevents any foreign entity from broadcasting if it harms Israel’s security.”

However, the decision to prevent the Qatari Al Jazeera satellite channel from broadcasting from Israel is still in the hands of the Israeli Cabinet for Security and Political Affairs, which has not set a date for its meeting.

The Israeli Broadcasting Authority reported: “In a telephone referendum, government ministers approved the Al Jazeera law, which prohibits foreign broadcasting and harms Israel’s security.”

She added: "The request, which was sent to the ministers yesterday, Sunday, came after the Israeli army spokesman revealed that forces in Gaza found the personal computer of an Al Jazeera journalist, who is also a Hamas activist."

In this context, the newspaper "Israel Today" said: "This is a step to end the movement that began at the beginning of the war, and faced difficulties that led to an exchange of accusations between the ministers and the prime minister, among other things, against the backdrop of Qatar's participation in the negotiations to release the kidnappers."

She explained that the government's decision only lays the foundation for ending the channel's official presence in Israel, as it leaves the matter to the discretion of the Israeli Mini-Ministerial Council for Security and Political Affairs (the Cabinet).

She pointed out that in the "cabinet" there is no rush to close the channel in light of Qatar's role in mediating with Hamas.

Demands began for Al Jazeera to stop broadcasting from Israel after the war, but no decision was taken in this regard.

Last November 13, the Israeli government decided to prevent the broadcast of the Lebanese Al-Mayadeen channel in Israel.

The Israeli Ministry of Communications said, at the time, in a statement: “In accordance with the emergency hour regulations approved by the government, to prevent a foreign broadcasting organization from compromising the security of the state, and after receiving supportive opinion reports from all security agencies, the Political and Security Council of Ministers approved the proposal of the Minister of Communications to issue Instructions to stop Al-Mayadeen Media Network.

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