NYT: MBZ is the real enemy of Islam and freedom revolutions in the Arab world
The “New York Times” newspaper published a lengthy report on the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, the de facto ruler of the UAE, Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, and his destructive role in the Arab region.
The report, which was read by “Aden News” included a biography of the man, who became the first enemy of the Arab people after he led a fierce campaign to overthrow the Arab revolutions that aspire to freedom and social justice.
He is also among the most influential foreign voices in Washington, prompting the United States to adopt its increasingly aggressive approach to the region.
He is also among the most influential foreign voices in Washington, prompting the United States to adopt his increasingly aggressive approach against the region, and he may be the richest man in the world. It controls sovereign wealth funds at $ 1.3 trillion more than any other country.
“For decades, the prince has been a major ally of America, following Washington’s footsteps and orders, but now he is going his own way. His own forces are active in Yemen, Libya, Somalia and northern Egypt in Sinai. He worked to thwart democratic transformations in the Middle East, helped establish a close tyrant in Egypt.
He noted that he had destabilized his neighbor states. Has been criticized by human rights groups for imprisoning dissidents at home and for creating a humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
The report said MBZ is obsessed with war against two sides: Islamist movements led by the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as the Arab Spring revolutions movements aimed at eradicating tyranny and replacing it with democratic regimes.
The report said: Inside the UAE, Prince Mohammed hired a company linked to Eric Prince, founder of the private security firm formerly known as Blackwater, to create a force of Colombian, African and other mercenaries. Any opposition margin was crushed and five activists arrested for writing a petition calling for democratic reforms (signed by 132 people only) and dozens of suspects arrested in sympathy with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Prince Mohammed told US officials that he sees Israel as a strategic ally against Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood. It has gained enough Israeli confidence to get highly advanced F-16 warplanes, as well as advanced mobile spy software.
In Yemen, for four years, UAE intervention has become a quagmire with horrific periodic losses.
“The United Arab Emirates is a disgrace to the conscience of the world – the United Arab Emirates, as currently managed, violates all the rules of the civilized world,” said Democratic Rep. Ru Khana.
The report pointed out that the interventions of the UAE in the Arab countries have led to destabilizing the region and increase the suffering of peoples.