He added that Israel committed a war crime by destroying the Indonesian hospital and besieging the Al-Awda and Kamal Adwan hospitals.
Also, monthly pocket money will be given to all Palestinian students coming to study at Al-Azhar University and Islamic scholarship institutes.
Egypt expressed on Friday regret over the collapse of humanitarian truce and renewal of fierce Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip that left many civilians dead.
In an article, the Israeli official published in ‘the Jerusalem post’ November 19, she called the world to promote for “the voluntary resettlement of Palestinians in Gaza, for humanitarian reasons, outside of the Strip.”
President Abdel Fattah al Sisi said, Egypt is exerting tireless and unwavering efforts to alleviate the suffering of the Palestinian people in Gaza.
The House of Representatives will discuss on Tuesday16 briefing requests on measures taken to prevent attempts at forced displacement of Palestinians in Sinai.
The agency highlights that the average number of displaced individuals per shelter currently stands at 4,400, with some facilities accommodating as many as 19,600, signifying severe overcrowding.
Egypt’s Al Karama Party condemned on Tuesday the Israeli massacre that was committed at Gaza Baptist Hospital, confirming that Palestinians are being subjected to ‘genocide’ amid the silence and complicity of the international community.
Egypt has designated Arish International Airport as the entry point for international humanitarian aid, in coordination with various international entities and organizations.
An official high-profile Egyptian source denied on Wednesday that Egypt warned Israel of a major operation 10 days before the start of the war.
As the fourth day of the Palestinian-Israeli confrontations continue; sources within the Gaza Strip have told Youm7 newspaper that Israel used prohibited white phosphorus against Palestinians in Al Karama area, north of Gaza.
The number of Palestinians killed by Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip has risen to 256 people, including 20 children, and 1,788 citizens with various injuries, announced the Palestinian Embassy in Cairo. Meanwhile, the ongoing escalation led to the death of 600 Israelis and the injury of 2,000 others.
The situation escalated between the two sides when a group of Palestinian militants stormed Israeli settlements and captured a number of Israeli soldiers and settlers.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas headed a conference of the secretary-generals of Palestinian factions on Sunday in Egypt’s New Alamein to come to a unified strategy.
“The current year witnessed the largest number of Palestinian martyrs, exceeding 200 martyrs,” the statement read, noting that these acts would escalate violence and bloodshed and deteriorate the consequences.
The Egyptian Foreign Minister stressed the need to resolve the current stalemate in the peace process between the Palestinians and Israelis by resuming negotiations as soon as possible with the aim of achieving a two-state solution, Abu Zeid said.
The Egyptian authorities on Monday resumed operating Rafah border crossing on both sides, upon the directives of the political leadership to facilitate the crossing of stranded Palestinians and the entry of aid and construction materials to the Gaza Strip.
Egypt's top Islamic authority, Al-Azhar, condemned deeply the Israeli attacks against Palestine civilians along with storming al Aqsa Mosque.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry “fully condemned” on Wednesday all violence and terrorism targeting civilians, which only leads to further deterioration of the situation between the Palestinians and the Israelis.
Egypt’s squash player Ali Farag won the Optasia Championship title at the Wimbledon Club in London despite a warm-up injury ahead of the match on Saturday, using his victory speech to highlight the discrepancies in sports and politics.