Oh the hypocrisy.
Where are the Leftists?
Egypt expels Gazans, destroys homes & the World is silent.
Forever quick to jump on Israel, but where are they now?
Where’s the hue and cry.
Israel’s NRG News reported. that after a terror attack on Friday 24th October 2014, which killed at least 30 Egyptian soldiers in the northern Sinai, Cairo declared a state of emergency in the area, closed down the Rafah crossing from Gaza and cancelled indirect cease-fire talks between Israel and Hamas. Egypt now says it will build a wall to block smuggling with the coastal enclave.
The Times of Israel reports:
After infiltrating into the Sinai Peninsula via smuggling tunnels from Gaza, the bombers used stolen Israeli explosives and remote controlled devices to carry out the deadly attack, the pro-regime paper reported. It was not clear from the report how the Gaza-based terrorist groups obtained the Israeli equipment. Hamas is known to have amassed considerable amounts of Israeli army weaponry and equipment, some of which was used in the summer’s Israel-Hamas conflict.
An earlier report in London-based Arabic newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat on Monday quoted an Egyptian Interior Ministry official saying that Palestinian militant groups were behind the attack. Maj. Gen. Sameeh Beshadi, former head of security in the Northern Sinai district, told the paper that there was “no doubt that Palestinian elements had taken part in the attacks” after slipping into Egypt from the Gaza Strip.
Israel Radio reported that Egyptian air force helicopter forces said they had killed five militants in strikes.. According to Army radio there in a sunset to sunrise curfew in the area affecting over 100,000 residents, .
Hamas leaders warned that the strip was on the verge of an “explosion” if the passage with Egypt remained closed. Israel, meanwhile, has continued allowing humanitarian aid and construction material to enter the enclave.
Not a peep from the Israel haters/Lefists/Paletinian supporters when the Egyptian al-Masri al-Youm daily said the government of al-Sisi had ordered the construction of a 13km security wall, reaching from the Rafah area to the Mediterranean coast, quoting Maj.-Gen. Sameh Seif Yazal, who it said was a strategic and military expert.