It takes a nation to protect the nation
Sisi is doing a good job against all the odds in Egypt. Not that its stopped the persecution of the copts, but its slowed the MB for a little while.
With the wars raging all around I should imagine there's a quite a drain on the weapons heading to the middle east, its a supply and demand problem at the moment.
Weapons that normally go to Palestinians are passing through war torn areas and with Gaza being the furthest point they're getting the dregs.
.' The tough measures he (el-Sisi) has taken along Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip have proven to be even more effective than Israel's military operations against the smuggling tunnels'.
Israel is condemned a thousand times for every Palestinian death, she is called a war criminal baby killing oppressor by every shit for brains on planet earth, and despite all evidence to the contrary Israel cannot shake of the lies of the conflict.
Muslims can murder muslims all day and just find the excuse later in the Koran. There are no excuse's for non Muslims killing Muslims.
The lack of weapons available for Gaza will not matter much once Iran negotiates its self the Bomb. Gaza will light up just the same as the rest of Israel.
<i>Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's uncompromising war on terrorism, especially along the border with the Gaza Strip, seems to be bearing fruit. It is a war that is being waged away from the spotlight and with almost no reaction from the international community.</i>
Yes this is very true.The leftist really show them selves up, This proves that campaigning is not so much to do with sympathy of the palistinians, but more to do with jew hatred and anti semitism. As further proof, one only has to look at the silence of the leftards concerning the fate of the pali,s inYarmouk
As Palestinians were being killed and beheaded by Islamic State terrorists in the Yarmouk refugee camp near Damascus over the past week, Palestinian leaders once again proved that delegitimizing and isolating Israel is more important than caring about their people.
After seven days of fighting, Islamic State is now in control of nearly 90% of the camp, which once used to be home to more than 150,000 Palestinians. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) estimates that since the beginning of the civil war in Syria four years ago, the population of Yarmouk has dropped to 18,000.</i>