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Mesir Sebut Pengungsian Tak Bisa Diterima, Namun Akan Tangani Warga Sipil secara Manusiawi

CAIRO: Egypt’s foreign minister said on Saturday that while his country would deal with civilians humanely, the displacement of Palestinians remained unacceptable.
“It is not our intention to provide any safe areas or facilities, but necessarily if this was a case we will deal with the humanity that is necessary,” Sameh Shoukry said at the Munich Security Conference.

Source: Egypt says displacement is unacceptable, but will deal with civilians humanely

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Mesir Batalkan Rencana Renovasi Piramida yang Kontroversial

CAIRO: Egypt has scuttled a controversial plan to reinstall ancient granite cladding on the pyramid of Menkaure, the smallest of the three great pyramids of Giza, a committee formed by the country’s tourism minister said in a statement.
Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, announced the plan last month, declaring it would be “the project of the century.”

Source: Egypt aborts controversial pyramid renovation plan

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Israel Sebut Akan “Berkoordinasi” dengan Mesir Sebelum Serang Rafah

MUNICH: Israel will coordinate with Egypt before launching any military offensive in the southern Gazan border city Rafah, the Israeli foreign minister pledged Friday.
“We will operate in Rafah after we coordinate with Egypt,” Israel Katz told journalists on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference, where 180 dignitaries have gathered to discuss conflicts around the globe.
“Egypt is our ally, we have peace agreements with Egypt, and we will operate in a way that does not hurt the Egyptian interests,” he said.

Source: Israel says will coordinate with Egypt before Rafah offensive

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Meluapnya Warga Palestina ke Sinai Akan Menjadi “Bencana”

MUNICH, GENEVA: The UN’s High Commissioner for Refugees said on Friday that a spillover of refugees from Gaza’s Rafah into Egypt’s Sinai would be a disaster and that Egyptian authorities had made clear that Palestinians should be assisted in the enclave.

Source: Palestinian spillover into Sinai would be ‘disaster’

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Laporan, LSM: Mesir Bangun “Daerah Berpagar” untuk Pengungsi Gaza di Sinai

CAIRO: Egypt is constructing a walled camp in the Sinai Peninsula to receive displaced Palestinian civilians from the Gaza Strip, a US media report and an Egyptian human rights monitor said on Friday.
But Israel, which is waging a four-month-old war against Hamas militants in the territory, said it had no plans to move civilians there, as it prepares an offensive in Rafah, in Gaza’s far south.
The Wall Street Journal said an eight-square-mile (21-square-kilometer) “walled enclosure” was under construction on the Egyptian side of the border.

Source: Egypt building ‘enclosure’ for displaced Gazans in Sinai: report, NGO

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Sumber: Mesir Siapkan Area di Perbatasan Gaza yang Dapat Digunakan untuk Penampungan Warga Palestina

Egypt is preparing an area at the Gaza border which could accommodate Palestinians in case an Israeli offensive into Rafah prompts an exodus across the frontier, four sources said, in what they described as a contingency move by Cairo.
Egypt, which denied making any such preparations, has repeatedly raised the alarm over the possibility that Israel’s devastating Gaza offensive could displace Palestinians into Sinai — something Cairo says would be completely unacceptable- echoing warnings from Arab states such as Jordan.

Source: Egypt setting up area at Gaza border which could be used to shelter Palestinians-sources

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CNN: Mesir Bangun Zona Penyangga Bertembok Baru dengan Lebar Lebih dari 2 Mil di Perbatasan Gaza, Menurut Gambar Satelit

Egypt is building a new walled buffer zone more than 2 miles wide on Gaza border, satellite images show

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Presiden Brasil dan Mesir Serukan Gencatan Senjata Segera di Gaza

SAO PAULO: Brazil’s President Lula da Silva and his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on Thursday called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, and discussed the importance of resuming a peace process in the Middle East.

Lula was on an official state visit to Cairo, celebrating 100 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. It was his second visit to Egypt, the first having been in 2003.

Source: Brazilian, Egyptian presidents call for immediate ceasefire in Gaza