Egypt vows to alleviate suffering as Gaza conflict devastates region

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi remarked on Sunday that the Middle East is experiencing “serious changes” amid the deadly Israeli offensive on Gaza.

He highlighted the region’s current turmoil due to the intense Israeli war in Gaza and the attempts to impose forced displacement towards Egyptian territories.

This was during a televised address marking the June 30, 2013 resolution, which ousted former President Mohamed Morsi.

In this conflict, “the conscience of humanity was absent,” Sisi said, criticizing the international community’s silence on the plight of tens of thousands of innocent victims.

The Israeli onslaught on Gaza since October 7 has resulted in over 37,800 Palestinian deaths and nearly 87,000 injuries, following a Hamas attack.

Eight months into the conflict, Gaza remains in ruins, suffering a blockade that restricts food, clean water, and medicine.

Sisi emphasized that Egypt’s new government prioritizes alleviating the people’s economic suffering and creating job opportunities.

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