Egyptians in Kuwait launch campaign to support Sisi



Sun, 22 Sep 2019 - 03:12 GMT


Sun, 22 Sep 2019 - 03:12 GMT

FILE- President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi during a conference in Egypt

FILE- President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi during a conference in Egypt

CAIRO – 22 September 2019: A considerable number of Egyptian citizens residing in the sisterly country of Kuwait have launched a campaign on social media to affirm their support to the incumbent.

The citizens have voiced support to President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and the Armed Forces, which represent a fortification for Egypt and the whole Arab region, according to the Middle East News Agency (MENA).

In statements to MENA, Ahmed Roubi of the Future of the National Party said the Egyptian people will not be deceived one more time and will not be moved by fake social media calls because they began to reap the fruits of Egypt's reforms over the past years.

Meanwhile, Wahid Farag, the founder of "We Are All with You" campaign in support of President Sisi in Kuwait, said evil powers are used to launching such campaigns against the state in an attempt to destabilize Egypt and destroy it.

Farag noted that he launched this campaign to support Sisi in such watershed stage, according to MENA.

Hours before President Sisi arrived in New York to participate at the 74th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), a number of Egyptian expats announced preparing for several events to welcome Sisi in New York.

In statements to Egypt Today, Egyptian and Arab expats affirmed that they have been preparing for several events that will be launched by the arrival of President Sisi.

Dozens of Egyptian community members in NYC gathered in the streets, carrying Egyptian flags to welcome President Sisi. Ahead of Sisi's arrival, the Egyptian community held a dinner that witnessed the attendance of Egyptians from different US states.

MBC Masr satellite channel broadcast on Friday a footage, which showed one of the Muslim Brotherhood leaders calling on supporters to gather near their houses and then fill the cities' squares.



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