The National Press Authority (NPA) affirmed its full support for President Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s decisions regarding the Palestinian issue and his clear rejection of targeting innocent Palestinian civilians and the heinous massacres committed by the occupation forces against defenseless civilians.
In its statement on Wednesday, the NPA appreciated President Sisi’s stance on not liquidating the Palestinian cause as well as his rejection of the organised genocide committed against the Palestinians.
He warned against displacing Palestinians from their lands, referring to the repercussions that may result from that step.
The authority also stressed the backing of the national press to the Egyptian stance, hailing President Sisi’s wisdom in dealing with current events and his continuous support to preserving the rights of Palestinians and stopping the bloodshed and successive massacres committed against them.
The Decent Life Foundation has declared full support for President Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s decisions regarding the Palestinian cause.
“We affirm that our volunteers are ready to stage a sit-in in front of the Rafah Border Crossing until it is opened and humanitarian aids enter to our bereaved Palestinian brothers,” the foundation said in a press statement on Wednesday. The Decent Life Foundation also called upon the Palestinians to remain in their land.
The Decent Life Foundation had sent a convoy loaded with food and medical aid as part of efforts of the National Alliance for Civil Development Work to help the Palestinians in their plight. The aid convoy is now waiting in front of the Rafah Crossing. We confirm that our organisation’s members and volunteers will remain in front of the Rafah Crossing until aid enters the Gaza Strip.
“We also affirm that we will continue to mobilise partners from Egyptian and international society to support our brothers in the Gaza Strip,” the statement said.
Decent Life volunteers and civil society representatives staged an open sit-in in front of the Rafah Crossing in order for humanitarian aid to reach the residents of the Gaza Strip.
The foundation called on all segments of the Egyptian people and political groups to support the Palestinian cause with all forms of solidarity and financial assistance, in addition to rejecting its liquidation.
“The Palestinian issue will be kept at the forefront of the priorities of Egyptian society and the Arab conscience,” the Decent Life concluded its statement.
Meanwhile, the National Alliance for Civil Development Wok, the World Youth Forum, the United for Media Services and IBDAA declared their full support to President Sisi’s decisions on Palestinian cause and his full rejection of the displacement of Palestinians to Egypt.
The political parties have appreciated President Sisi’s speech during the press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, stressing their support for the political leadership’s steps to prevent the forced displacement of Palestinians to Egypt, especially Sinai, in an attempt to liquidate the Palestinian cause.
The parties affirmed their full support for the measures taken by the Egyptian state in this regard. They stressed that Egyptian national security is a red line, and tampering with the capabilities of the Egyptian people or trying to seize part of their land is completely unacceptable.