Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Activists on social media shared statements by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi about the price of progress, prosperity and development at the expense of hunger and deprivation, which sparked widespread interaction.
Al-Sisi said in a statement he made on the sidelines of the “Story of a Homeland” conference on Saturday: “If the price of progress and prosperity for the nation were not to eat and not drink, we would not eat or drink… If effort, development and progress were the price of hunger and deprivation, be aware, O Egyptians who do not advance, and be aware, O Egyptians, who say we eat.” better”.
Al-Sisi said that during the last ten years in which he ruled Egypt, there were “trumpets of lies, slander, and active rumors that slander every action and course you take… You are not appreciated for what you do for their sake, and when you do this, you are abused and your officials and their families are abused.”
He added: “All the details of the corruption against Egypt during the past ten years were an extension of building a state of mistrust for the Egyptian person, to be part of the Egyptian character… When I say that the work (implemented by the government) is corrupt and ill-considered, I oppress it and put dirt on it.” “.
The Egyptian President expressed his lack of interest in the outcome of the elections, despite prevailing expectations that he would win a third presidential term. He repeated the Qur’anic verse: “Say, ‘O God, Owner of the kingdom. You give kingdom to whomever You wish and take away kingdom from whomever You wish, and honor whomever You wish and humiliate whomever You wish.’” He continued: “No one gives anything to anyone, and no one will take anything from anyone.”
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