It seems that the "cloud" of good relations between Egypt and Gaza Strip is in the process of evaporation. In an incident that only serves the "Israeli" occupation, an attack by unidentified gunmen targeted a military outpost near the Egyptian border and ended up by killing and injuring all the border army men.
Unlike the case that spread among the Zionists; the Gazan street suffered an enviable situation. On one side, its people will pay for a crime they did not commit on the livelihood level. This came as the Egyptian politicians and generals were quick to issue their orders of closing the "tunnels" along the border with the seized Strip.
On the other hand, people of Gaza became the main target to some Egyptian satellite channels and newspapers that devoted large spaces of their coverage to incite on "Gaza" and its resistance factions. This was quickly reflected on the ground where some were beaten and subjected to verbal abuse in the el-Arish and other areas.
Despite this harsh tendentious campaign, Gazans expressed their sincere condolences to the families of the Egyptian victims of Rafah's attack.
In an interview with "al-Intiqad", Abu Mustafa (38 years) from Gaza confirmed that " any sane person, whatever his religion is can't imagine this horrible crime."
"How dare anyone can attack people while taking their Iftar?" he wondered.
For his part, "Abu Ismail," a retired academic graduated from Egyptian universities - stressed the need for accuracy when passing such charges. "Both the Palestinian and Egyptian people are tied with more than historical relations that extend to neighborliness, genealogy, culture and other titles."
"Abu Ismail" further predicted that the two people will soon succeed in over passing the sorrow. "The fraternal relations between the -two peoples will return back to normal in order to face the risks to especially at the level of Tel Aviv's threats and plots," he confirmed.
The popular sadness was associated with formal movements and positions from the West Bank and Gaza Strip. In this aspect, the President of Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas condemned the attack. In a long telephone call with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, Abbas highlighted: "we do not know the circumstances of the incident, but it hurts us that the Egyptian blood was shed. Whoever convicted this crime is a murderer. "
For his part, the political adviser to Gaza's Prime Minister Yousuf Rizqa emphasized that "the main beneficial of the "terrorist" crime in the Sinai is the Zionist entity." He also denied the existence of any relationship to Gaza in what had happened; because it is the biggest loser out of it.
In the same context, the politburo member of the Islamic Jihad Nafez Azzam warned of the consequences of falling into the evil suspicious media that accused some Palestinian factions of being involved in the attack.
"The crime aimed directly for striking the relationship between the Palestinian people and its resistance, with Egypt and its people," he stated and noted that " it came on the eve of the launching facilities at the level of the movement of Gazans via Rafah, as well as the mitigation of the electricity crisis."
In parallel, the specialist in the Zionist issues Wadi Abu Nassar; pointed to the existence of big question marks about the uncertainty over who carried out the attack on the Egyptian soldiers.
He further recalled the significant gains that the the occupation would gain especially since the "Israeli" Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will invest the incident by promoting for the scarecrow of the security risks south the of the entity.
Abu Nassar believed that the current circumstances would make it difficult for the Egyptian government to move into "Camp David's " modification as it is related to the continued US financial support to Cairo on one hand, and the existence of "Israeli" efforts to improve the terms of the agreement in favor of "Tel Aviv".
Source: al-Intiqad, Translated and Edited by moqawama.org