The head of the Gold Center for Research and Strategic Studies in Washington, Professor Elie Gould, commented on the June revolution, through which the Egyptian people succeeded in ending the Brotherhood’s rule, saying: “8 years ago, on June 30, the Egyptian people regained their country from the terrorist Brotherhood, and a year later, Abdel-Fattah was elected Sisi is president.
Gold added, in exclusive statements to the seventh day; Over the past seven years, President Sisi, a visionary who saw his nation's great potential, has succeeded in setting Egypt on the path of stability and regional leadership for the twenty-first century.
Gold continued his speech by saying; President Sisi took a state that moved from the corruption of the Mubarak era to the return and evil of the era of Morsi and the Brotherhood, which the Egyptians ended in the June 30 revolution; And turned it into a state of security and stability and on the path to prosperity. The Egyptian people should be proud of their leader who made the vision a reality.
In previous statements to him, Gould emphasized; The date of June 30th should not be remembered by Egyptians only as the date of the revolution, but as a celebration of the ability of the Egyptian people to restore their peace.
He added that historically Egypt was the dawn of civilization, and on this day the people of Egypt are proud of restoring their peace and civilization and all their historical gains that they almost lost under the rule of the Brotherhood and Mohamed Morsi.