Egyptians fire on fleeing Gazans

While Muslim mobs rage internationally against Israel for defending itself against Hamas bombs from Gaza falling daily into Israel, Egypt, which shares a border with Hamas dominated Gaza, is not helping its beloved (not!) brethren.  While professing a willingness to help the injured Gazans , Egypt doesn't want them in their country.  Although Egyptian authorities allowed its citizens to protest against Israel and the US--in Cairo--along Egypt's border with Gaza, Egypian authorities ordered its soldiers  to shoot  Gazans who tried to flee into Egypt.
 
An Egyptian security official said there were at least five breaches along the nine-mile border and hundreds of Palestinian residents were pouring in.

At least 300 Egyptian border guards have been rushed to the area to reseal the border, the official added on condition on anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to the press.A resident of the Gaza Strip side of the border, Fida Kishta, said that Egyptian border guards opened fire to drive back the Palestinians.

Palestinians reported several people were wounded by the gunfire.
The Egyptians know that Hamas brainwashed individuals will bring more hate, more instability into their already poverty stricken unstable country--and thus they talk virtuously but act prudently by turning their backs, violently, on their own brethren. Telling.


While Muslim mobs rage internationally against Israel for defending itself against Hamas bombs from Gaza falling daily into Israel, Egypt, which shares a border with Hamas dominated Gaza, is not helping its beloved (not!) brethren.  While professing a willingness to help the injured Gazans , Egypt doesn't want them in their country.  Although Egyptian authorities allowed its citizens to protest against Israel and the US--in Cairo--along Egypt's border with Gaza, Egypian authorities ordered its soldiers  to shoot  Gazans who tried to flee into Egypt.
 

An Egyptian security official said there were at least five breaches along the nine-mile border and hundreds of Palestinian residents were pouring in.

At least 300 Egyptian border guards have been rushed to the area to reseal the border, the official added on condition on anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to the press.

A resident of the Gaza Strip side of the border, Fida Kishta, said that Egyptian border guards opened fire to drive back the Palestinians.

Palestinians reported several people were wounded by the gunfire.

The Egyptians know that Hamas brainwashed individuals will bring more hate, more instability into their already poverty stricken unstable country--and thus they talk virtuously but act prudently by turning their backs, violently, on their own brethren. Telling.