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UAE transfers hundreds of mercenaries to Yemen and Libya across Sudan

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The UAE regime continues its criminal war on Yemen and its subversive role in Libya, aided by mercenaries from Africa being transported through the Sudanese airspace, according to documents leaked.

Al-Jazeera published special documents and information revealing the UAE’s use of the Sudanese airspace in transporting hundreds of mercenaries. Mohammed Hamdan Diklo, Hamidati, the Vice President of the Sudanese Military Council recruited them from the Arab tribes in Darfur and some neighboring African countries to Libya and Yemen via Eritrea.

Other special information revealed the nature of the recruitment of Hamidati, commander of the Rapid Support Forces.

A document issued by the UAE embassy to the Sudanese authorities in charge of foreign affairs revealed that Abu Dhabi had requested a diplomatic permit for two C130 + G17 aircraft belonging to the UAE armed forces to cross and land at El Geneina airport in western Sudan.

The same letter said that the mission of the two planes would be transferring “passengers”. It requested a month to complete the mission — from 1 June to 30 of the same month.

The message of the UAE Embassy in Khartoum identified the route from Assab in Eritrea to El Geneina in Sudan, and from El Geneina to Assab in Eritrea. This means that the transfer of combat elements would be from Sudanese Darfur to the Eritrean nerve.

In another letter, the embassy asked the authorities concerned to obtain a diplomatic permit for two C17 aircraft belonging to the UAE armed forces. The plan’s mission is to cross and land at Khartoum Airport while crossing to transport “passengers and cargoes” from Khartoum to Kharuba in Libya.

The embassy requested 24 hours to complete the mission within a period of time starting from 25 May to 26 of the same month.

The route will be from Abu Dhabi airport to Khartoum airport, then to Libya’s Kharouba airport, then to Abu Dhabi airport again through the Egyptian capital Cairo.

The sources reveal that Hamidati has in the past few days – through a special unit of the rapid support forces – recruited about 450 people for the benefit of the UAE army from the Arab tribes in Darfur, which have overlap with the countries of Chad and Niger.

According to the same sources, the participants were selected according to specific characteristics, so that they are light, skinned, and speak Arabic.

The elements were assembled inside Sudan and then deported by private aircraft from El Geneina west of the country to receive military training by Blackwater.

According to the same sources, Abu Dhabi plans to grant these fighters, from Arab tribes in Darfur, Chad and Niger, citizenship and integration into the UAE army to “take advantage of them in combat missions abroad, especially Yemen.”

These sources confirm that the number currently proposed for recruitment from these Arab tribes for the benefit of the UAE army is 3,000 fighters.

It is also reported that they are also subject to special courses to teach them the customs and traditions of the UAE community in particular and the Gulf in general. They will also be subject to courses in Arabic, Emirati dialects and other specialized courses in English to integrate them into the UAE community and army.

“The UAE has prepared a future strategy to develop the capabilities of the UAE Army and increase its numbers in response to the requirements of the conflict in the region,” the sources said.

Sources added that Taha Osman, according to Hamidati, said that the UAE had allocated large amounts of money to face these repercussions. A move that comes in the time indications of a war between Iran and the United States increasing, which may result in the possibility of targeting the UAE from Iran.

Yesterday, a Yemeni military source announced the withdrawal of the Sudanese forces participating in the Arab alliance in Yemen from some areas of its concentration in the west of the country.

The spokesman for the joint forces in the West Coast Front Colonel Wadah al-Dbeish, saying that the Sudanese troops participating in the West Coast Front withdrew from three areas were not named.

He explained that Yemeni army forces replaced the withdrawn Sudanese troops in the framework of the redeployment of the joint forces in the West Coast, consisting of more than 11 military brigades.

The withdrawal of Sudanese troops follows the partial withdrawal of the UAE forces from the West Coast, after a new deployment of troops in some areas of Yemen.

The UAE uses the arms of mercenaries from several nationalities as a sword over the necks of the peoples to carry out their foreign conspiracies in order to gain their ambitions to achieve suspicious power and to strengthen the illusion of power.

For years, the UAE has been strengthening its army with mercenaries to have an army of mercenaries fighting on several fronts outside its borders.

This army of mercenaries enhances the criminal interference of the UAE with its influence and money against the revolutions of the Arab peoples and their hopes.