The ruling regime in the United Arab Emirates has launched a campaign of incitement against political and media figures in Yemen in an attempt to create internal strife in order to cover up the disclosure of its plots to divide Yemen and spread chaos and sabotage.
The UAE regime instructed to launch an inflammatory campaign through “al-Ghad al-Mushreq” channel, which broadcasts from Abu Dhabi, which affected a number of media and political leaders of Yemen.
The channel published a list of politicians and media accused of working for foreign countries from within the legitimate institutions of the Yemeni government.
The presenter of the program “between the lines” Abdul Malik al-Yousifi, claimed that some leaders of legitimate government “corrupt and successive militias Houthi, Iran and Qatar in light of the painful reality of Yemen where trade in the homeland and dependence on various projects at the expense of the Yemeni citizen and tampering with the political scene and rights.”
The UAE media tools in Yemen target politicians, media professionals and social media activists by throwing fabricated charges against them because of their national positions and their rejection of the sandwich projects and undermining the UAE-backed state in Yemen.
The UAE’s move appears to be in response to the continued escalation by the legitimate government and parties in Yemen against Abu Dhabi conspiracies and financial and military support by armed militias wreaking havoc in the country.
Ali al-Jaradi, head of the Yemeni Islah party, commented on the incitement campaigns carried out by the UAE’s tools in Yemen.
Al-Jaradi said in a tweet on his Twitter account: “They act towards Yemen with the mentality of the occupier and they sort his sons according to the degree of submission to their orientations and serve their colonial ambitions.”
He added: “They give themselves the right to act towards Yemen and his government and his sons as guardians, will remain the pulse of my heart Yemen will not see the world on the land of a guardian.”
Recently, calls have been made in Yemen to form an opposition front aimed at expelling the UAE from the Saudi-led Arab coalition over Abu Dhabi’s subversive plots and dividing it.