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Egypt arrests gang selling false passports to Palestinians

Egypt arrests gang selling false passports to Palestinians | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Egyptian authorities on Saturday arrested a gang accused of selling false Egyptian citizenship documents to Palestinians from Gaza, Ma'an's correspondent said.(...)

 

The gang, consisting of three Palestinians and an Egyptian man and his sister, was arrested after Egyptian forces found them in possession of forged birth certificates, passports and other documents ready to be sold to Palestinians seeking citizenship.

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Palestinian jihadists attacked Rafah base, says military source

Palestinian jihadists attacked Rafah base, says military source | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The perpetrators of a deadly attack on an army camp in Rafah that which killed 16 Egyptian soldiers in August, included 40 Palestinian Jihadists, an informed military source told the privately-owned Shorouk newspaper.

 

He added that sovereign authorities were informed that the Palestinian jihadists entered while troops were occupied with the local security failure.


The source said that the National Security Agency and other sovereign authorities deployed personnel in the Sinai peninsula, at the border and crossings to arrest jihadists, who he said are trying to enter Egypt with Egyptian names. The source said that the forensic medicine department report, which was submitted to military prosecution, said that DNA could not be extracted from bodies of the seven perpetrators during autopsy.

Meanwhile, senior Hamas official Ismail Haniyeh renewed the movement’s denial that Hamas members took part in the attack on the checkpoint.

An investigative report published in Al-Ahram Al-Arabi magazine accused figures associated with Hamas of the attack.

President Mohamed Morsy used the crisis to sideline the old leadership of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, who he sent to retirement, replacing them with a second rank of officers.

In a phone call with the head of the Wafd Party, Al-Sayyed al-Badawy, Haniyeh said the Palestinian people will never forget sacrifices made and are still being made by Egyptians for the Palestinian cause.

“Egypt’s strength, safety and stability is a strength for all the Arab nation. We can never allow its safety and people to be harmed,” he added.

 

http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/palestinian-jihadists-attacked-rafah-base-says-military-source

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7 Arrested in Egypt for Collecting Military Info -

Egyptian security forces arrested seven Palestinian-Arabs on suspicion of collecting material on sensitive military installations in the country. The seven were arrested at the Cairo airport carrying maps of military bases. According to intelligence sources in Egypt, the men arrived in Cairo after visiting Syria and Iran, using fake passports.

 

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/264275

 

 

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Egypt deports 10 Palestinians to Gaza for illegal entry

Egypt deports 10 Palestinians to Gaza for illegal entry | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Egyptian authorities deported ten Palestinians to the Gaza Strip on Thursday evening after they were found to have entered the country illegally, security officials told Ma'an.

The Palestinians were accused of entering Egypt's Sinai peninsula through tunnels under the Gaza border. Egypt has put their names on a blacklist to prevent them re-entering Egypt, the officials said.

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Egypt detains 3 Palestinians for illegal entry

Egypt detains 3 Palestinians for illegal entry | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

EL-ARISH, Egypt - Egyptian authorities on Monday detained three Palestinians who entered the country illegally from Gaza, a security source said.

The Palestinians were arrested after crossing into Egypt through tunnels in Rafah, the Egyptian security official told Ma'an.

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L’Égypte déporte sept Palestiniens vers Gaza

Les autorités égyptiennes ont déporté sept Palestiniens vers la Bande de Gaza après qu’ils eurent été détenus pour des raisons de sécurité à leur arrivée à l’aéroport du Caire, a annoncé samedi l’agence de presse d’État.

Il s’agit de la plus récente preuve de tensions grandissantes entre le Hamas, un mouvement militant palestinien dans la Bande de Gaza, et le président égyptien Mohamed Morsi, qui provient des Frères musulmans, dont est issu le Hamas.

Ces arrestations sont survenues dans la même semaine au cours de laquelle un magazine de l’État égyptien a publié un rapport accusant le Hamas d’avoir orchestré la mort de 16 soldats égyptiens dans la péninsule du Sinaï, en août 2012 — l’une des plus violentes attaques contre l’armée égyptienne depuis plusieurs décennies.

Des responsables du Hamas nient leur implication dans cette attaque, et affirment par ailleurs que les sept Palestiniens n’auraient pas dû être détenus.

Le Hamas avait de mauvaises relations avec l’ex-président égyptien Hosni Moubarak, qui a coopéré avec Israël pour imposer un blocus de la Bande de Gaza après que le groupe islamiste en eut pris le contrôle à la suite d’élections en 2005.

Après la chute de Moubarak, en 2011, les Frères musulmans ont pris le pouvoir en Égypte, augmentant les espoirs, à Gaza, que la relation du Caire avec l’enclave s’améliorerait.

Les Palestiniens, qui prenaient l’avion de la Syrie vers le Caire, ont été détenus mardi parce qu’ils ne possédaient pas de timbres de sortie, a rapporté l’agence officielle MENA. Ils ont été relâchés trois jours plus tard après que des enquêtes n’eurent révélé aucune activité criminelle.

Les tunnels transfrontaliers sont un autre dossier ayant fait augmenter les tensions entre l’Égypte et Gaza. Au cours des dernières semaines, les autorités égyptiennes ont détruit des tunnels de contrebande qui traversent la frontière entre les deux pays. ( Maamoun Youssef - The Associated Press, via Métro)

http://journalmetro.com/monde/276158/legypte-deporte-sept-palestiniens-vers-gaza/

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Police search for 500 Palestinians accused of terrorism, illegally entering the country

Police search for 500 Palestinians accused of terrorism, illegally entering the country | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The Interior Ministry is searching for 500 Palestinian citizens who are allegedly Hamas members, and who are accused of illegally entering the country in between 14 and 24 February, security sources said.

Three of the individuals are suspected of terrorist activities, said the sources, who requested anonymity.

The ministry allegedly received intelligence that Palestinians were staying in apartments and hotels in Cairo’s Azbakeya district, but left two days ago after being tipped off prior to a police raid.

Police found four weapons in the apartments and two Palestinian passports, one of which allegedly belonged to an individual who had previously been arrested for ties to a Lebanese terrorist cell.

 

This content is from: EgyptIndependent

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Hamas: Egypt imposed travel restrictions on Gazans

Hamas: Egypt imposed travel restrictions on Gazans | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Hamas government has criticized the Egyptian "restrictions" on the movement of people through Rafah crossing Sunday, which got intensified in the last couple of weeks.

A security official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that Egypt banned several government officials and members of Islamic Hamas movement from travelling through its territory.

Rafah is the only gate linking the Gaza Strip to the outside world. The other crossing, Erez, goes through Israel and travelling through it is severely restricted to humanitarian cases and some businessmen.

The official said the Egyptian side presented no justification for turning back more travellers to Gaza.

 

He also noted that the Egyptian troops had intensified their raids on smuggling tunnels beneath Gaza's southern border with North Sinai.

Moreover, Egypt has suspended transferring Qatari-donated fuel to Gaza's solo power plant for about two weeks, also without an explanation.

 

More on: http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/761180.shtml

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