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UAE militias forcibly displace Yemenis from their country

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The crimes of militias loyal to the UAE in Yemen are escalating to the point of forced displacement within Abu Dhabi conspiracies to strengthen the separation of the south of the country from the north.

In recent days, Aden has seen raids on shops owned by northerners, chasing hundreds of street vendors and ordinary street workers after burning their ruts, and collecting them from everywhere on large trucks under gun threats with insults.

Aden witnessed widespread abuses by members of the security belt supported by the UAE against northern citizens, in reaction to the bombing carried out by the Houthis on one of the camps of the security belt, which killed dozens of soldiers and leaders.

Dozens of gunmen were seen holding citizens of the northern provinces humiliated in large trucks, and then being deported out of the city, on the pretext of maintaining security, after the attack on the camp and the security of the Directorate of Sheikh Osman, last Thursday.

Dozens of Yemenis complained of being subjected to violence, harassment and forced displacement. The practices of the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council have been carried out by the forces of the United Arab Emirates-backed Transitional Council, which have been chasing the workers and firing live ammunition. The same thing happened in Sheikh Osman market where the property of the workers.

It did not stop at this point, but the insults and threats of the soldiers to the workers made them feel afraid and thinking of leaving Aden permanently, as confirmed by some of the citizens with whom Al Jazeera Net talked.

These practices ignited the reactions of Yemeni activists to social media sites, especially as video clips of citizens were deported and subjected to beatings and insults in a humiliating manner, they said.

The Advisor to the Minister of Information in the legitimate government Mukhtar Rahbi UAE responsible for all crimes and practices against the people of the north in Aden, because Abu Dhabi is formed and supported the militias and gangs in the city.

“There is no clear position on the part of Saudi Arabia and the alliance about the crimes, violations and displacement,” Rahbi said. “There is a problem that must be recognized. Aden is not a part of the legitimacy, and it is controlled by militias and gangs belonging to the UAE.”

In the first official reaction, Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi ordered the local authorities and the security services in the southern provinces to stop any practices outside the law. The Interior Ministry directed the Aden police to stop attacks on the people of the northern provinces and workers in the interim capital of Aden.

In the context, the Governor of Taiz Nabil Shamsan issued a decision to form a committee to receive and shelter forcibly displaced from the southern provinces and to contact with civil society organizations to document the displacement in accordance with the international standards of the United Nations Charter on forced displacement.

For his part, Vice President of the so-called “Southern Transition Council” of the UAE in Yemen, Hani bin Brik, close to the Crown Prince of the UAE, Mohammed bin Zayed, defended the campaigns of deporting “northerners” – Yemeni citizens from the northern provinces – from the city of Aden, The country, in the face of growing discontent in Yemen against the acts of looting and aggression in Aden.

Hani bin Brik, on his personal account in Twitter, justified the arbitrary campaigns and practices carried out by the forces of the so-called “security belt” of the UAE in Aden. He accused workers in restaurants in the northern governorates of Aden of “celebrating” the killing of their soldiers, Last Thursday’s attacks.

Ben Burik, the campaign’s target, described the campaign as “without any proof”. He claimed that the looters who pursued the city were “the people” and asked: “Who stops the people?”

Hani Brik’s statement was the first acknowledgment by a senior leader of the “transitional” council backed by the United Arab Emirates of being behind indiscriminate targeting of people from the northern provinces of Aden. They were deported and attacked in a manner that aroused widespread reactions among Yemenis and within the southern provinces themselves.

Ben Burik, one of the most prominent arms of the UAE influence in Aden and described by some Yemenis as the first man of the UAE, appeared on more than one occasion in the Diwan of Mohammed bin Zayed, as mentioned in the leaked investigative documents of the prosecution as a coordinator of the assassinations of preachers and preachers in Yemen, Past.

The second explosion targeted a police station in the Sheikh Osman district by a car bomb during the morning column, adopted by Islamic State organizaion, while the second explosion was a military parade in the camp of Al-Jalaa west of Aden by a plane march, adopted by the “Ansar” Allah “(the Houthis).

The security forces in Dhala and Lahj (south) prevent the sons of the northern regions from entering the political capital Aden in the south of the country.