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High mockery on UAE.. ‘the country withdraws forces from Yemen to prevent princesses escape’

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The United Arab Emirates has been ridiculed on websites and social media sites with escalating scandals and human rights violations as well as crimes committed at a time its rulers cannot prevent their wives from running away.

AlHudood website said that UAE has decided to withdraw its troops in Yemen, redeploy them to other conflict areas, and around the princes’ palaces to guard them and prevent the princesses from fleeing to foreign countries.

“This move comes as part of the UAE’s efforts to reduce its bitter suffering in Yemen and its inability to control a few Huthis, hoping to use its military forces for useful issues to achieve real victories on the ground,” the website said.

The website quoted the expert and the UAE analyst Nayef al-Shakaiman as saying that this step is necessary to face all the challenges, and not only for the princesses, as the nations accuse us and falsely accuse us of supplying their weapons to areas of conflict, and at the same time welcoming our fleeing princesses. This leads us to distance ourselves from our internal affairs in the UAE, Libya, Egypt, Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea.”

The expert pointed out that the UAE’s relations with Saudi Arabia are doing well. “The withdrawal was carried out in coordination with our allies, and they showed their absolute support for us in the strategy of the princesses, so that we can focus on our alliance in the coming wars.”

In the UAE, Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, the wife of Dubai’s ruler and vice-president of the UAE, Mohammed bin Rashid, fled to Europe. This is the third case of the escape of princesses from the palaces of the ruler of Dubai.

The Daily Beast website said that Princess Haya had submitted an asylum application in Germany and was initially approved. The site also said that she now lives with her two children, the 11-year-old Jalilah and Zayed, 7, in a secret location in London.
However, Twitter, revealed a great deal about the history of the emergence of differences between the ruler of Dubai and his wife Princess Haya, through the recent departure from publication and lights.

The last tweet was published on its front page, on February 7 of this year, in which she wrote a testimonial in her deceased father, the former King of Jordan Hussein bin Talal, to cut off her activity on social media until the news of her escape, according to the monitoring of “Gulf Online.”

Princess Haya recalled her father, saying in her publication: “The dearest father, Twenty years ago did not go away and no moment of our minds. How so and you are the king of hearts and you live in my heart and the hearts of my brothers and sisters and your family and your Jordanian people. I promise you to stay as you taught me and taught me with your grandchildren Jalilah and Zayed.”

Although she used to publishing events attended by her husband, the ruler of Dubai or his family, she did not publish the wedding ceremony of three of Ben Rashid’s sons in early June, June 6, which confirmed that the dispute was old.

It was also noteworthy that the Princess was not with her husband Mohammed bin Rashid, during the horses race in Britain last month, an occasion they used to appear together in which together.

The last publication praising her husband, Ben Rashid, was on January 11, congratulating him on the publication of a new book called “My Story.”

On the official news, the UAE news agency (WAM) reported on events sponsored by Princess Haya, the last sponsored event held on May 1, but did not exist in any of these events, except for her last and only presence in a year while she was with her husband at the Royal Ascot in Britain in late June last year 2018.