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On Friday of Victory.. Egyptians Say: We Love President Sisi, Op,ed


Sun 04 Oct 2020 | 10:00 AM
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On Thursday, Egyptian citizens took to squares and main streets to celebrate the anniversary of 6 October war victory. The Egyptians wanted to send messages to haters and those who claimed that the president’s popularity was affected by the recent necessary measures as they thought that it is an opportunity to call for chaos similar to what happened on January 25. Their calls were nothing but desperate fishing attempts in the pure sea of the homeland, they were just attempts to sow discord at a time when the Egyptians gathered to support their national state and build the foundations of its modern renaissance.

The Egyptians took to street to say their word in a historical day, the anniversary of the battle of liberating the homeland, the battle which was fought by the Egyptian army who restored the land of our homeland and the dignity of our dear Egypt in 1973, six year following the defeat in in 1967. it is the same firm army who is now defending its unity, gains and independence of its will in the middle of the region that some of its countries have turned into ruins once their army collapsed, or have been torn apart by sectarianism!

On Friday, The Egyptians flocked to Al Gonday Al Maghool Square in response to patriotic calls to participate in the celebrations of 6 October war Victory Anniversary in the main squares of the governorates. Egyptian families of all ages went to the main square in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, carrying Egyptian flags in an atmosphere full of joy, folk dances and patriotic songs. The Egyptians wanted to renew their mandate to their heroic president who started his fight against terrorism in Sinai, by updating the structure of the armed forces.

The Egyptians never forget his wager from the beginning on the path of "digging in the rocks" ... through the giant national projects that serve the interests of the generations... The political realism that the president adopted in looking at the volume of the challenges and sacrifices is better than a present full of promises and gains that turn into crises after Few years.

The Egyptians do not forget his eternal battle in building the Egyptian man, starting by protecting him from diseases by eliminating liver disease and other ones through the 100 Million Health Initiative, in parallel with the launch of the comprehensive health insurance system to improve the general health status of the Egyptians. The president also put a development map in Upper Egypt whether in the program of economic reform,  increasing production capacity, the project of social housing or the elimination of slums, in addition to the successive state strikes against corruption, and stopping the seizure of the state land.

The Egyptians do not forget the great longest, newest and best road network in the history of modern Egypt, aims to improve transportation. The president also was keen on radical reform in the education system, and the launch of training programs at the National Academy for Youth Training and Rehabilitation.

The Egyptians do not forget the modern historic crossing decision of digging the new Suez Canal, and the popular epic that reflected the cohesion between the president and the Egyptian people for the sake of the homeland, as the giant national project collected EGP 64 billion investments in just 8 days.

While watching the world map around us, the Egyptians will never forget that Egypt remained the correct figure in the regional and international equation during president Sisi’s term by preserving its political influence regionally and internationally, maintaining its positive interaction with the issues of the Arab nation, strengthening the Egyptian-African role during and after its presidency of the African Union, and strengthening bilateral relations with the countries of the Mediterranean basin, especially Cyprus and Greece.

The Egyptians made use of the anniversary of 6 October war victory as an occasion to renew confidence in our armed forces and its supreme leader, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi ... long live Egypt!