The Egyptian Fatwa attacks Israel because of Rafah The Egyptian Fatwa attacks Israel because of Rafah

The Egyptian Fatwa attacks Israel because of Rafah

Egyptian Mufti Shawqi Allam condemned in the strongest terms "the brutal attacks of the Israeli entity on displaced children, women and civilians in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip."

The Mufti of Egypt warned of "the occurrence of a horrific humanitarian catastrophe in addition to the crimes of the occupation in the city, which shelters approximately 1.4 million Palestinians who were displaced there because it is the last safe area in the Gaza Strip."

The Mufti of Egypt said in his statement: “These brutal crimes and attacks are added to the series of Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people who demand their legitimate rights, at a time when the occupation forces flout international laws and humanitarian principles, amid complete silence from the international community,” pointing out These brutal attacks, devoid of all human feelings, are a disgrace to humanity.”

Allam called for the necessity of uniting all international and regional efforts and all rational people around the world and international organizations to stop the brutal Israeli attacks.

He expressed his "strong denunciation and condemnation of what the occupying Israeli entity is carrying out intensifying the brutal brutal attacks and assaults, intensifying the attacks on the Palestinian people, and deliberately brutal attacks on the displaced people in the city of Rafah, and what resulted in thousands of innocent martyrs of Palestinian citizens falling between dead and wounded," describing These brutal attacks are considered "full-fledged war crimes."

He stressed that "the Israeli entity thirsts for more shedding of the blood of children, women, the elderly and innocent people and targeting hospitals, schools and places of worship in full view of the entire world."

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He said during statements to ON E channel that the Egyptian response “will not be limited to symbolic measures, such as withdrawing or expelling ambassadors, if Egyptian national security or Egyptian lands are threatened or the Palestinian cause is liquidated.”

He explained that the Egyptian positions are clear and will not accept compromising Egypt’s national security or liquidating the Palestinian issue, stressing that there is no internal disagreement about the Egyptian position regarding the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, saying: “The Egyptian people will not forgive and neither they nor their government nor their state will allow this matter.” .

He continued: "Egypt has the means to defend its security, and I do not think that symbolic measures of all kinds, such as expelling the ambassador, are excluded, but the actual measures have reached Israel and those who reach it, which could result in any action."

He explained that Israel was unable, with its army, weapons, billions, and US missiles, to confront a few thousand resistance fighters in the Gaza Strip, expressing his astonishment at the crazy behavior of some Israeli government ministers, asking: “How can Israel rub shoulders, provoke, or push the largest country in the Middle East and the most capable of confronting them?” What threat?

He added that Israel seeks in various ways and means to achieve any progress with its three goals, which have all failed to achieve, whether in terms of ending the resistance’s ability or liberating detainees, or making Gaza safe for Israel, including the blood of Palestinians or straining relations with Egypt in order to advance progress in Course of negotiations.

He concluded, "We cannot rule out any possibility of harming the security of Egypt and its land, and we are all confident in the ability of Egypt's political leadership and army."
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