Official Egyptian and parliamentary warnings to Israel against launching an operation in Rafah that crosses the red lines and could cost it a lot Official Egyptian and parliamentary warnings to Israel against launching an operation in Rafah that crosses the red lines and could cost it a lot

Official Egyptian and parliamentary warnings to Israel against launching an operation in Rafah that crosses the red lines and could cost it a lot

Egyptian MP and journalist Mustafa Bakri warned Israel of dire consequences if it were to launch a military operation in Rafah, addressing them, saying, “Do not test the patience of the Egyptians.”
Bakri said in his blog posts on his official account on the “X” platform: “Egypt warns of dire consequences if it carries out its aggression against our people in Palestinian Rafah, and if Egypt says it has done so, Egypt will not submit to the scenario of displacement and liquidation of the issue, whatever the reasons. Israel wants to convey its interest.” The world is far away from the war of extermination that it is waging against the Palestinian people, and draw attention to what could happen on the Egyptian-Palestinian border, and the adventure of Netanyahu and his gang will return to them, and Egypt will never allow the Zionist plan to pass, no matter the cost. Egypt’s patience is running out, beware of underestimating. With the patience of the Egyptians.”

Children are falling. Women, the elderly, the young. Consider the story of the child Hind, who was martyred after her family was martyred. Missiles, forbidden bombs. Bodies in the streets, under rubble, and in piles of garbage. My death is in graves. Whoever did not die from the missile died from Zionist sniper bullets. Whoever did not die from bullets died from hunger.

He added: "Children are falling, women, the elderly, young people. Consider the story of the child Hind, who was martyred after her family was martyred. The missiles, the forbidden bombs, the bodies in the streets, under the rubble, and in piles of garbage, my death without graves, and whoever did not die from the missile, died from sniper bullets." The Zionists... whoever did not die from bullets died from hunger and lack of medicine. They muffle their cries, cling to their land, plant the Palestinian flag in their bodies, and no longer expect anything from anyone. They have God, and God alone can guarantee their victory, and victory comes only from God.”

Egypt warns of dire consequences if it carries out its aggression against our people in Rafah, Palestine, and if Egypt says it will do so. Egypt will not submit to the scenario of displacement and liquidation of the case, whatever the reasons. Israel wants to shift the world's attention away from the war of genocide it is waging against the Palestinian people and draw attention to what could happen on the border...

It is worth noting that the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in turn, issued a strongly worded statement in which it said, “Egypt rejects the Israeli claims to carry out a military operation in the city of Rafah in the Gaza Strip, and warns of its dire consequences.”

Egypt stressed its complete rejection of the statements issued by high-level officials in the Israeli government regarding the intention of the Israeli forces to launch a military operation in the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, warning of the dire consequences of such an action, especially in light of the risks it entails of exacerbating the humanitarian catastrophe in the Gaza Strip.

Egypt called for the necessity of uniting all international and regional efforts to prevent the targeting of the Palestinian city of Rafah, which now houses nearly 1.4 million Palestinians who were displaced there because it is the last safe area in the Gaza Strip. It considered that targeting Rafah, and Israel’s continued policy of obstructing the access of humanitarian aid, as an actual contribution to implementing the policy of displacing the Palestinian people and liquidating their cause, in clear violation of the provisions of international law, international humanitarian law, and the relevant resolutions of the Security Council and the United Nations General Assembly.

Egypt stressed that it will continue its contacts and movements with various parties, in order to reach an immediate ceasefire, enforce the truce, and exchange prisoners and detainees, calling on influential international powers to intensify pressure on Israel to respond to these efforts, and to avoid taking measures that will further complicate the situation and cause. In harming the interests of everyone without exception.

Egypt warns of "dire effects" of any expansion of Israeli military operations south of Gaza. 


Equivalent to five times an atomic bomb, 57 French nuclear explosions in the Algerian desert, the effects of which are still tangible

Algerian Mujahideen Minister Eid Rabeika condemned the horrific French nuclear explosions in the southern Algerian desert, and considered them a crime against humanity whose effects are still tangible on the environment, humans and animals.
Rabeka said on Sunday, on the occasion of commemorating the 64th anniversary of these bombings, that “French colonialism carried out 57 nuclear explosions in several areas of the Greater South, including Reggane and Hamoudia.”

Rabeqa added, "Experts have estimated the power and intensity of a single explosion in Burgan as equivalent to five times the atomic bomb that was used against Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, at the end of World War II."

Algeria commemorates the 64th anniversary of the experimental nuclear explosions carried out by French colonialism in its desert, in light of its continuing serious repercussions on the health of the population and the environment.

Algeria has been demanding that Paris settle many issues for years , such as opening French colonial archives and settling the issue of missing persons in the War of Independence, as well as French nuclear tests in the Algerian desert.

It is noteworthy that on February 13, 1960, France exploded a 70-kiloton plutonium bomb. Documents declassified in 2013 revealed that the radioactive effects of the explosion affected all of West Africa and southern Europe.
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