The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Zamalek, Mortada Mansour, announced at a noon press conference today that he will name one of the team's facilities “Martyr Mohamed Salah,” after the Egyptian police officer who murdered three IDF soldiers on Saturday.
The honor is meant "to perpetuate his memory and what he gave to the homeland."
"The martyr Muhammad Salah is a hero and a man who played a heroic role in defending his country," Mansour told the media.
Mortada added, "We intend to do something befitting the name of the martyr Mohamed Salah, in the Zamalek club, in order to perpetuate his memory, and I am here speaking as a citizen, and I am not a politician or responsible for a party."
It is difficult to know how many Egyptians support the attack and how many oppose it. But it is clear that there is no stigma whatsoever to wholeheartedly, publicly, support the murder of soldiers from an army Egypt is at peace with.
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