South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to attend the Cairo Summit for Peace tomorrow.
The summit will discuss the ongoing escalation of the Western-backed Israeli aggression against Palestinians, in Gaza, and in the Occupied West Bank.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, is having to address several issues emanating from the regime’s targeting of Palestinians in Gaza.
This as aid is waiting at Egypt’s Rafah crossing with the enclave.
Now the South African president has expressed his deep concern for the unfolding events in Occupied Palestine.
The country has repeatedly called for the immediate cessation of hostilities, return of hostages and the urgent opening of humanitarian corridors.
However, in its Cabinet statement yesterday, the South African government appeared confused about who the aggressor is in the occupation of Palestine, and even blamed the resistance for taking a stand against the US-backed Zionist regime.