Emiratis expressed solidarity and solidarity with Egypt in the face of terrorism, which occurred last Monday in the vicinity of the National Institute of Oncology in the area of "Manial" in Cairo, killing dozens and wounding 47 others.
The Moroccans called "Egypt" the most powerful "of terrorism" and interacted with hundreds of Gulf and Arab expatriates, while expressing their condolences and sympathy to the Egyptian people in the victims of the terrorist attack.
The Emirati artist, Hussein Al Jasmi, published a work previously performed at the Egyptian Opera House titled "O Most Expensive Name in the Presence", expressing his stand with Egypt in the face of terrorism. The UAE singer Ibrahim Bahzad said: "From the UAE to our brothers In Egypt .. our solidarity is stronger than terrorism .. God saved the land of the Kenana and victory over terrorism. "
"Egypt is strong and resistant to terrorism and it will remain a thorn in the throat of its enemies," said the songwriter Hussein Rashid on his Twitter account.
The mujahedeen also called the "Brotherhood-Yajjar" Institute of Oncology "after the announcement of the Egyptian Interior Ministry involvement of the" movement "of the Muslim Brotherhood in the bombing.
"The coming and very close days will confirm that Egypt is stronger than terrorism and that Umm al-Dinya is capable of confronting threats and blocking the discourse of hatred," said Jamal al-Dobahi, a Saudi journalist.
"In this holy month, I ask Allah the Great, the great Lord of the Throne, to destroy the terrorists and their roots, the Muslim Brotherhood, O Lord, O Ali, O Great."
"The ultimate ambition of this terrorist group is to save themselves from the crimes that haunt them with other crimes," said Mariam al-Kaabi, her account on Twitter.