Egypt has called for an immediate cessation of attacks by Israeli settlers in a number of Palestinian villages in the occupied West Bank, which have killed and injured a number of Palestinian civilians.
Egypt has condemned on Monday the Israeli attack against Jenin city, northern West Bank, with airstrikes and fire shootings which resulted in 3 casualties and 31 injuries.
Egypt condemned Wednesday the passing of a law by the Knesset allowing settlers' return to four settlements in the West Bank.
Egypt has denounced the storming of the Palestinian Nablus city in the West Bank, warning of the dangerous and continued escalation witnessed by the Palestinian lands recently.
“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.
Egypt has called on world’s great powers and historic peace partners and sponsors to shoulder their responsibility to help stop violence in the Palestinian territories and urgently move to calm situation in order to encourage the Palestinian-Israeli peace process.
Cairo also urged the major world powers, and peace partners to bear the responsibility of stopping the violence and to take urgent action to calm the situation for resuming the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Egypt condemned on September 26, 2022, the repeated, escalating violations of the sanctity of Al-Aqsa Mosque, carried out by Jewish extremist elements in full view of the Israeli occupation forces.
The ministry said in a statement that the Israeli forces shot the 58-year-old victim in the head that led to a critical injury and caused his death.
President Sisi pointed out that Egypt deployed diligent and concentrated efforts to contain the situation.
On October 6, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. (Cairo time) the Egyptian Armed Forces launched its war against the Israeli troops bringing down Bar Lev Line (a series of fortifications).
The daily morning show 'Good Morning Egypt' or 'Sabah al Khier ya Masr' aired through Channel One of the Egyptian national TV hosted, Wednesday special episode from Gaza,
The president also directed Egyptian officials to continue brokering a solution to the issue of captives and missing individuals between Israel and Hamas.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry met, Monday Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, in Ramallah city in the West Bank, as he affirmed Cairo's continuing efforts to solidify ceasefire.
The ambassador underlined a statement by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi whereas he said that Egypt is a partner to Palestine and never solely a mediator.
They will also examine brokering long-term peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
They also tackled the endeavors made to accomplish pacification.
Shokry added that the fall of scores of victims in Gaza Strip composes a threat to peace and security in the Middle East.
The Egyptian ambassador displayed the diligent efforts of Cairo in coordinating with various parties and the international community to achieve pacification and end Israeli attacks.
Injuries hit 4,363.