The recent revelations about the scandals of the UAE, internally and externally, have sparked sharp criticism at the private and official media.
The UAE has made headlines in several scandals in recent days, most notably what was revealed by the Reuters news agency about the spying file in the country, which was established by Abu Dhabi and subjected the entire Emirati people.
This coincided with the crisis of Emirati exports to Saudi Arabia, which was accompanied by a widespread media controversy that exposes the UAE national industries.
This is accompanied by the repeated scandals of the UAE in its wars and military intervention in both Yemen and Libya, in the service of its ambitions and conspiracies to spread chaos and sabotage.
Anti-UAE flags spread on social media, among them Emirates, the state of espionage, the boycott of Emirati products, and the expulsion of the Emirates from Yemen and enjoyed wide popular interaction.
This is taking place amidst the silence applied by the UAE media, which, as usual, has been unable to respond or attempt to defend the state in light of its complete submission to the regime.
This prompted personalities in the Emirates instead of demanding a local investigation into the matter, or at least asking the government to clarify its position to blame the weakness of the local media despite the presence of hundreds of media, major budgets and thousands of loyal media.