Practice Relating to Rule 130. Transfer of Own Civilian Population into Occupied Territory
The Report on the Practice of Egypt states:
Egypt has a firm position according to which displacement and all measures designed to change the demographic composition of the occupied territories are null and void. Such measures, if occurred, must be rescinded as soon as possible, particularly after the signature of the Treaty of peace … It is worth remembering that the aforementioned position adopted by Egypt had also been put forward with regard to Additional Protocol II. Additionally, Egypt condemned forcible transfers practised by Israel in 1967 vis-à-vis civilians.