The journalist, Ahmed Moussa, said that President Al-Sisi gave good news to citizens about the situation in Sinai, where terrorism has been 100% eliminated, and that work is underway to organize a major celebration in Sinai during the coming period.
Ahmed Moussa added, during his presentation of the “On My Responsibility” program broadcast on Sada Al-Balad channel, that the film, which was shown during the 71st Police Day celebration, dealt with the role of the police and their support for the popular movement against the British occupation in Ismailia, and highlighted the role of the Egyptian police and its cooperation with the popular movement in that. Timing.
He continued: President El-Sisi admired the film, which was shown during the 71st Police Day celebration, and called for the importance of producing artworks that highlight the role and sacrifices of policemen and their defense of the homeland.-
Moussa explained that there were some people who wanted to falsify history and obliterate the role of the police in the events of January 25, 1952, so that the Egyptians would not remember them after that, stressing that the policemen presented 64 martyrs and more than 80 injured in the face of the British occupation in Ismailia on January 25, 1952. This memory will remain immortal in our memories.--
The journalist, Ahmed Moussa, confirmed that there are some people and groups seeking to break and destroy the armed forces and the police to achieve their ambitions and goals in Egypt.
He continued: Traitors want Egyptians to question the leadership of the state, and refuse to talk about the repercussions of the global crisis, and its impact on Britain or America, but they want to raise suspicions within society based on misleading information.
Ahmed Moussa indicated that President Sisi raised many questions during the 71st Police Day celebration, the extent of the impact of national projects on the current situation, and if the projects had not been established, the situation would have been better than the current situation.