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Reply to "Egypt Wont Apologize, Instead Wants Kenyan Diplomat Fired For Revealing “Dogs And Slaves” Remark"

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In the May 29 memo, Khamati condemned the behavior of the head of the Egyptian delegation, Mohamed Hesham Shoeir, as “undiplomatic, irresponsible, uncivilized and insulting.”

Khamati overheard the remark at the end of a heated debate about resolutions affecting the Gaza Strip — which the Egyptian delegation did not want to adopt and was pressuring other North African nations to reject.

Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement, not apologizing, but condemning Khamati’s memo, saying that it rejected “any doubts on its belonging to Africa and its perpetual defence of the continent’s interests” and that Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry had launched an investigation into the incident.

Meanwhile, on Egyptian Twitter, where Khamati’s memo went viral, ordinary Egyptians were quick to apologize, many tweeting her directly. On Kenyan Twitter, the hashtag #YvonneKhamati was the top trending subject, with many remarking that the incident is emblematic of the Arab invader’s hatred for Africans.

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