Cairo University mourns Egypt’s martyrs of brave Armed Forces men who were martyred on Friday in a terrorist criminal act which targeted our soldiers in Sinai. In its speech on Saturday, Cairo University expressed its condolences to the Egyptian People and the families of the martyrs, asking Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He) to bestow His mercy upon them. Cairo University Family, including its president, Deans, Professors, employees and students, offer its condolences to the Egyptian People and the families of the martyrs of Armed Forces men victims of the treacherous terrorist attack in Sinai, asking Allah Glorified and Exalted be He) to bestow His mercy upon them and inspire their families with patience and solace, wishing to the injured in this accident a speedy recovery.
Cairo University stresses that these criminal terrorist acts will not discourage the Egyptian people from building its future and uprooting the black terrorism from its roots. As Cairo University condemns these terrorist dastardly acts, it also appreciates the sacrifices offered by Army and Police Forces for the sake of protecting Egypt and combating terrorism. Cairo University supports all the procedures adopted by the state in confronting those criminals. Cairo University calls upon the Egyptian People to stand in one line behind the army and the police in the face of this despicable terrorism. May Allah protect Egypt and its people.
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