Debt disaster and Sisi’s cooperation with Israel stifle the Palestinians, and parliamentary anger in Algeria – Freedom and Justice Gate

The Freedom and Justice Gateway reviews the most important videos and paragraphs that were shown on the “Talk Show” programs on the satellite channels that reject the coup yesterday, Thursday, including:

Watan TV: Heads of rams were found in front of the excavations area on Al-Kabash Road in Luxor.

Tanzanian novelist Abdul Razak Gurna wins the 2021 Nobel Prize for Literature.

Al Sharq Channel: An interview with a former officer in the National Security Agency.

Ashraf Marwan in the Mossad documents archive “Agent or a patriot”?

Amr Adib: The army preserves the Egyptian map as it has been for hundreds of years.

Egypt’s security cooperation with Israel stifles the Palestinians.

Mekameleen Channel: The Occupation Court grants the Jews the right to pray at Al-Aqsa.

Algerian parliamentarians launch a bill to criminalize French colonialism.

On its 48th anniversary… How was the October war marked a difference in the history of the conflict with the Zionists?

The implications of the Hamas delegation’s visit to Cairo and a meeting with the Director of Intelligence Abbas Kamel.

Debt catastrophe..the system is borrowing again to pay off the interest on debts that the citizen did not benefit from.

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