#مقاطعة_المنتجات_الإماراتية (Boycotting UAE products) became the trend on Twitter to extend from Saudi Arabia to the Gulf countries after the discovery of fraud and counterfeiting in Abu Dhabi products.
Saudi activists launched the aforementioned mark yesterday as part of a wide popular campaign against the entry of counterfeit and counterfeit Emirati products to their country, and via the hashtag, activists published photos of the products they said were harmful or invalid.
While the tag was removed from the list of interactions on Twitter after its topping the list in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the wide interaction made it extend to the rest of the Gulf countries.
The Saudi and Gulf alumni called for a ban on all those who promote UAE goods that are not valid, claiming that they harm the Saudi local market and pose a health hazard.
Over the past hours, the tweets traded pictures of instructions written on some products that they are banned in the UAE because of their danger, but they reached Saudi Arabia.
The singers complained about the UAE’s focus on exploiting the free market in order to quickly win counterfeit goods and targeting the Saudi market to pump health and fraudulent medicines and food.
The singers emphasized that the Emirati products that are exported to Saudi Arabia are not suitable for human use and constitute a threat to human health, and they are prohibited from being sold in the Emirates itself due to the severity of their severity.
These officials in the Kingdom called for urgent action to issue firm decisions prohibiting the import of Emirati products, reviewing long lists of fraudulent and harmful UAE products.
Opinions varied across tweets in the campaign to boycott Emirati products in Saudi Arabia, amid a consensus on the need to boycott Emirati products in order to reject Emirati terrorism.