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Expensive Twitter campaign calls for boycott of Dubai’s Expo 2020

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Arab tweeters have launched a massive campaign on Twitter calling for the boycott of the International Expo 2020 scheduled in the Emirate of Dubai in protest against the crimes and violations of the UAE

It is shameful that the UAE hosts international events and exhibitions at a time when crimes and violations are being committed against civilians in Yemen, Libya and other Arab countries.

They also highlighted the internal violations of the UAE human rights system and the detention of hundreds of human rights activists and dissidents for their demands for reform and freedoms.

Twitter witnessed the marking of the #sports_expo_2020_dubai active participation of expatriates from Yemen to protest against the crimes of the UAE in their country and its leadership plots to spread chaos and sabotage and push its division.

The former press secretary of the Yemeni presidency called on the advisor of the Yemeni Minister of Information, Mukhtar al-Rahbi, from the tweets to participate in the label “# boycott_expo_2020_dubai” with the aim of stopping the absurdity of the UAE in Yemen and its support for the militias outside the state framework controlling the temporary capital of Aden, occupying Yemeni ports and airports and establishing secret prisons.

The UAE is counting on Expo 2020 Dubai as a global event that Dubai will receive in less than a year and a half and will last six months.

The International Campaign for the Boycott of the UAE has demanded that Dubai Expo be withdrawn from the UAE on the back of its very poor human rights record.

The campaign said in a statement that the UAE “is a rogue state par excellence does not pay any attention to human rights or human value by committing massacres in Yemen claimed the lives of thousands of innocent children, women and the elderly.”

She added that she would go to the Organizing Committee in Paris to put it in the form of UAE practices “which are contrary to the Paris Convention and Protocols governing the work of Expo during the past decades.”

The international campaign said it would ask the committee to withdraw Dubai Expo 2020 from the UAE and organize it in an alternative country that respects and evaluates human rights, unlike in the UAE.

The spokesman for the campaign, Henry Green, it is ironic that the UAE to use all international events to improve its image and cover its crimes and this is happening now through Expo and before hundreds of international conferences and meetings.

Green stressed that the crimes of the UAE start from the inside, where muzzling and torturing opponents and extends to Yemen, which recruits foreign mercenaries to kill innocent people, as well as in Libya funded by armed groups affiliated to the Libyan Brigade Khalifa Haftar, who are trafficking in human beings and the practice of modern slavery.

Expo fairs are held every five years and last for a maximum of six months, attracting millions of visitors. Throughout the history of the International Expo, it has never been hosted in the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia.