Friday, May 17, 2013

Palestinians creating trouble for Egypt yet again ?

Hmmm ... me thinks Egypt is gonna come down hard on pallies.  Nobody knows better than the Israelis and the Egyptians how much of a plague the pallies are proving to be for everybody all around. What are the bets that the trouble on the Sinai border is Palestinian doing?  Very good ... know why?  The border between one of Egypt's border town with the Gaza Strip has been closed as of today.  Egypt knows where the trouble is coming from even if the delusional lefties in the West dying of love for the pallies don't know it. All they know is: if the pallies are against Israelis, then befriend the pallies.  Israelis bad .... Palestinians good.

Luiz Sanchez writing at DailyNewsEgypt:
....The EOHR issued a statement on Thursday calling for the arrest of the kidnappers of four army officers and three police officers in Sinai. In the statement EOHR said the officers were kidnapped off duty, and are being held for ransom and are used as bartering chips to secure the release of the kidnappers’ relatives from jail.

EOHR called the abduction an act of terrorism, which requires “quick and immediate intervention” to prevent Sinai from becoming a hotbed for terrorism.

“Such terrorist crimes represent a gross violation to life, liberty, personal security and freedom of movement, guaranteed by international conventions on human rights,” EOHR said, calling on the government to comb through the peninsula and to close all borders until the men are found.

The statement continued by saying the repeated attacks on the Al-Arish police station, as well as the attack on the border last year that left several soldiers dead, “prove there is a complete lack of security in Sinai”. In order for the state to preserve national security, the statement said, it must exert unremitting efforts and hold a steadfast position in the face of the spread of terrorism.

Head of EOHR Hafez Abu Saada called the Sinai Peninsula an area of great importance both politically and in terms of security. He added that the kidnapping is evidence of the collapse of Egypt’s security and called on the authorities to find and punish those responsible.

Meanwhile, soldiers in the Sinai Peninsula border town of Rafah closed the crossing into the Gaza Strip on Friday, the state-run Al-Ahram reported. The closure was in protest to the kidnapping of officers on Thursday..........

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