“However, our thoughts are with those who cannot leave and are stuck in the war zone,” Youssef said, expressing his family’s relief to see his father-in-law and mother-in-law at their home in Scotland. He added: “We will continue to raise our voices for peace and to stop the killing of innocent men, women and children in Gaza.” He made his assessment.
Youssef stressed that the past few weeks had been “painful” for them, and said:
“I cannot tell you the impact this has had on (his wife) Nadia and my family, especially my mother-in-law. I am sure they will tell us about their experiences in due course. We ask that their privacy be respected during this time.” the time. Thank you for all your well wishes.”
In his statement dated October 9, Yousef stated that his mother-in-law and father-in-law, who live in Scotland, were in Gaza to visit his father-in-law’s sick 92-year-old mother during developments in Israel and Gaza and were stranded in Gaza. Region.
Youssef stated that the Israelis asked them to leave the country, but it was not possible for them to leave the country, and Youssef indicated that the British Foreign Office could not guarantee safe passage.
In his written statement dated November 3, Youssef announced that his wife’s parents entered Egypt through the Rafah border gate and left Gaza.
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