A UAE official implicitly acknowledged the country’s severe worsening reputation and foreign image of its crimes and criminal interventions.
The UAE seems to be wobbling between the right to intervene in countries and confront the discontent of people and governments, something the state has been unable to avoid or take ways to reverse.
State officials are even trying to cover up their crimes by denouncing the attack and widespread criticism of its subversive practices.
The UAE has been waging a criminal war on Yemen for more than four years and is plotting to spread chaos and sabotage in Libya as well as sabotage interventions in Egypt, Syria, Tunisia, Algeria and other Arab countries.
The UAE is also involved in conspiracies of expansion and influence suspicious to serve its ambitions, especially in the Horn of Africa, which makes it one of the most hated countries.
UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash attempted to repel unprecedented criticism of the state by claiming that targeting the state expresses “the logic of the helpless alternative to these is to address inertia and the failure of experiences.”
In response, Gargash and his UAE counterparts reminded Abu Dhabi that it was Abu Dhabi that overturned the legacy of its founders, its crimes, and its foreign interventions.