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Egypt Must Permit Gazans Through Border to Allow IDF’s Total Destruction of Hamas

Egypt needs to allow Gaza civilians to cross border for safety, says Hamas founder’s eldest son, for women, children and the elderly in Rafah, says Hamas founder’s eldest son It is seeking international aid to establish refugee camps in the North African country. humanitarian crisis It comes amid an Israeli operation needed to dismantle Hamas, free hostages and destroy smuggling tunnels.

On Monday, Mosab Hassan Yousef, who has been sharing his experiences and his transformation from Hamas insider to Israel supporter over the years, posted an “urgent” message on X to prevent “bloodshed” in Rafah. called for immediate international intervention.

“Urgent! The international community must help Egypt prepare refugee camps to immediately remove women, children and the elderly from Rafah!!! Otherwise Rafah will become a bloody disaster,” he warned. did.

Youssef initially aligned himself with the Hamas movement of his father, Sheikh Hassan Youssef, but eventually became disillusioned with the organization’s violent tactics and chose to covertly support Israeli intelligence.

he later recorded his journey and transformation in his autobiography, son of hamas.

Youssef said Israel was “determined to take control of the border town of Rafah, capture fleeing Hamas militiamen, free hostages and destroy smuggling tunnels.”

“Egypt has a responsibility to the civilian population of Gaza, and it is unacceptable to prevent vulnerable civilians from traveling to the United States during a war in the name of sovereignty,” he wrote. “Refugees can remain in the designated management area until the end of the war.”

“In any war crisis, neighboring countries open their borders for humanitarian reasons,” he added.

He said Israel “must seize the border (Philadelphia Corridor) before invading Rafah and work with Egypt to allow passage of vulnerable civilians, including men, women and children over 50.” It must be done,” he insisted.

In response to a user who suggested that civilian casualties would concern Egypt’s “conscience” if Egypt refused to accept refugees, Youssef said that Egypt “fears that the ‘Palestinian cause’ will end.” insisted.

“For 70 years, this cause has served only predators, not people,” he pointed out. “So let the cause die so people can live.”

“Enough with the lies, Gazans have been chasing dishonest shepherds for a long time,” he added. “The time has come to realize that they have been led to the slaughterhouse.”

In response, many people supported the motion.

Journalist Alex Pearson wrote: “Demands like this are never heard.” “Why did the Arab world close its doors to these people?”

“It’s time for someone to say this! Egypt needs to open its borders!” I have written 1 X user.

“Egypt, like other Arab countries, does not want the Gazans. But the international community has not protested their inhumane treatment.” I have written another. “Where is the word of protest against this?”

“Why isn’t the international community calling on Egypt to create a safe passage into its own country?” Yet another Asked. “Egypt is building huge walls to replace refugee camps.”

“Why not enough pressure? Without the civilian shield that Hamas wants, this war could end quickly,” the user added.

The issue comes as Israel fights to destroy Hamas after the unprecedented October 7 massacre, the worst attack on Jews since the Nazi Holocaust.

In a multi-pronged attack in October, about 3,000 terrorists rushed into Israel by land, sea and air and gunned down hundreds of attendees at an outdoor music festival, while others went door to door. Local towns were searched for Jewish men, women, and children. They were then subjected to torture, rape, execution, self-immolation, and kidnapping.

The massacre, which closely resembles the Holocaust during the Nazi era, left around 1,200 people dead and more than 5,300 injured within the Jewish state, and at least 241 hostages of all ages were taken, nearly 130 of whom remain in Gaza. ing.

The majority of victims were civilians, including dozens of American citizens.

Despite demonstrations around the world protesting Israel’s wars, virtually no one has addressed Egypt’s role in stopping Palestinians from fleeing, despite sharing a common border with Gaza .

Egypt’s authoritarian president Abdel Fattah el-Sissi has steadfastly refused to allow Gazans to flee to his vast territory, but President Joe Biden has warned that “Palestinians in Gaza should not be allowed to leave Egypt or any other country.” We expressed our joint determination to ensure that no one is forced to evacuate.” ”

Formerly Ben Carson, former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development was suggested Establish a Palestinian state in Egypt to keep Israel away from the threat.

After the October 7 attack, Youssef explained It says that Hamas’s cause is “sick” and should be removed from power, but that war is now the only path to peace.

He said Hamas, which had “taken over” Palestinian society, was solely responsible for civilian casualties and accused the terrorist organization’s supporters of having little regard for the Palestinians who are “oppressed” by Hamas.

According to Yousef, Hamas always aims to annihilate Israel, showing that it does not recognize the nation’s right to exist.

“This is my message as a former Hamas member and the son of one of Hamas’s founders: Enough is enough. If we don’t stop it now, the next war will be even more dangerous and we will If we don’t end this as soon as possible, only God knows what will happen next.”

In November he called If the Palestinian terrorist group refused to release the remaining hostages in the Gaza Strip, Israel demanded that his father and Hamas co-founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef be killed.

“The vast majority of Palestinians are complicit with Hamas because they voted for Hamas, they defended Hamas, and, most importantly, they failed in their moral responsibility to condemn Hamas,” he said on Monday.

Joshua Klein is a reporter for Breitbart News. Email jklein@breitbart.com. Follow him on Twitter @Joshua Klein.

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