Saturday 20 June 2020
Hassan Mustafa, President of the International Handball Federation, sent a message to the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, in order to save the Egyptian sport and young people from the conflicts and crises that have occurred during the recent period, indicating that what is happening has not been seen throughout history in Egypt.
Hassan Mostafa said in statements to the channel “On Time Sports 1” “I was hoping that I would die before what I see what is happening in Egyptian sports now, there is no longer much because of the many problems and differences and the lack of knowledge of each person of his specializations in all areas of sports.”
He continued, “It is important for there to be a good relationship between Al-Ahly and Zamalek, currently the differences between Al-Ahly and the President of Zamalek and not the club, because Zamalek is a great value in Egypt and everyone respects this great entity and has all the respect and appreciation.”
He continued, “The exchange that takes place in the recent period must stop, there must be respect in the sports community, what happens has not been seen throughout history, there must be interference from the state, what we are seeing is outside the principles of sport.”
He stressed, “Those who fabricated these polemics must be tried in a public square.”
“I want to personally send a message to the President of the Republic, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. There are achievements in all fields during the recent period and a great development witnessed by Egypt at all levels, but what happens in Egyptian sports we have not seen throughout history.”
He concluded, “My message to the President is that it is necessary to protect the young adults who watch as adults who are supposed to be role models and ideals do negative things. Young people must be saved, we do not want them to understand that the right is taken with a loud voice, bullying and disrespect, what we have reached at the present time because adults are not held accountable by young people. “.