Beren wrote:They'd rather try to push them back, it'd be easier and more useful.
Doing that would however require Egyptian military action and likely taking over parts of Gaza too.
Sandzak wrote:Egypt could simply allow weapons to be smuggled to Gaza... After the onslaught Hamas has several houndred thousand recruits...
The Gaza war and USA's unconditional support for Israel came many Muslim state to the conclusion an aliance with Russia and China is better then the West. Look how Putin was welcomed in UAE and Saudi Arabia
Egypt won't allow the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood arm itself.
Also, the UAE has not broken relations with Israel, there's even a small Israeli delegation at COP28 there.
Istanbuller wrote:Are you kidding? No. Egyptian dictator won't allow Egyptian-Israeli relations go broke. Sisi is very much pro-Israel.
Gaza won't get any help from Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood is not in power. There was a military coup back ün 2013, remember, guys?
Yet those relations would go to shit if Israel did something like pushing 2 million Gazans into its territory, including thousands of Hamas members.
In fact, it's precisely because Israel has no interest in harming Egyptian security and losing its support that it won't push Gazans out. Al Sisi wants to see Hamas defeated too, even better if it's at a little cost to him.
QatzelOk wrote:Denied agency by Israeli apartheid rulers... Palestinians are treated like lab rats by people who play with war, genocide and racism like these were games.
"If the mouse follow the cheese we put in the maze, and if they run away from all the electro-shock devices that we use to torture them... they will be temporarily safe, and ready for our next self-empowering experiment on them."
The only ones treating Palestinians like lab rats are those using them as human shields - that is, Hamas and its sponsors Iran, Turkey and Qatar.
Was Hamas giving agency to Gazans when they repressed their protests in 2019 and also earlier this year?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Gaza ... c_protests
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2023_Gaza ... c_protests