After the Houthi bombing of the UAE, why were the communication platforms divided?
Communication platforms in the Gulf and the Arab world witnessed a state of division and controversy over the attacks launched by the Houthi group on the UAE, and Sama UAE and Al Houthi topped the trending list in several Arab countries.
The eighth bulletin – your publication (24/1/2022) monitored the interaction related to the attack, as some of the tweeters condemned the attack on Abu Dhabi, and demanded the United Nations and the US administration to reclassify the Houthis as a terrorist group because of their targeting of civilian areas.
On the other hand, others argued that the new Houthi attack was due to the UAE’s continuing what they described as its “aggression against Yemen.”
The Emirates News Agency had quoted the Ministry of Defense as saying that its air defenses intercepted two ballistic missiles launched by the Houthi group towards the UAE, without causing any casualties, and that the remnants of the ballistic projectiles fell in separate areas around the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
The ministry added that it is ready and ready to deal with any threats, and that it is taking everything necessary to protect the state.
On the other hand, the military spokesman for the Houthi group, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, described the attacks as successful, saying that the group would meet the escalation with an escalation, as he put it.
The Emirati response was quick to the attack, according to the UAE Ministry of Defense, which broadcast footage it said showed the destruction of one of its planes, the ballistic missile launcher in the Yemeni Al-Jawf Governorate, immediately after it launched the two missiles at Abu Dhabi today, Monday.
Emirati academic Abdul-Khaleq Abdullah believes that Houthi missiles will not frighten the UAE. He said, “The threats and bombs of the Iranian Houthi group do not frighten the UAE, which is confident in its defenses and capabilities, keen on the security of citizens and residents on its land, and determined to deter terrorism and confront the aggression of those who have hostility and continues its rise towards the world.” and achieving the goals of the next 50 years. This is how it is and this is how the Emirates will remain.”
While Ali Al-Muhaimid called on the coalition countries to re-evaluate their intervention in Yemen in order to eliminate Al-Houthi, he tweeted, “There is a famous Arab proverb that says: Whoever sows thistle does not reap the grapes. Isn’t Al-Houthi the one who raised him and supported him with money and weapons and regardless of his hostile actions towards Yemen with arrangements between you? And between him and his Iranian financiers, and the argument is malicious, lies in controlling the outlets and others, re-evaluate your intervention in Yemen, the Houthis will end.”
In turn, Tariq Muhammad Salih pledged to restore an Arab Sana’a; He wrote, “Whenever al-Houthi loses a battle on Yemeni soil, he sends his air booby-traps against Saudi Arabia and the UAE, in desperate attempts to raise his terrorist morale thirsting for destruction. Over the years of his crimes, he has not achieved anything against his brothers, but it only increases the pain of the Yemenis. He vowed to us to restore (Sana’a) an Arab, not an Iranian. “.
Malik Al-Muzahem warned of the increasing danger to the UAE if it did not modify its course in Yemen. He said, “The UAE should modify its course and abandon its absurd and disruptive projects in Yemen, and stop supporting militias outside the state if it wants to get rid of the Houthis! Houthi missiles today in your heavens and they were confronted in peace, but tomorrow the danger will increase for you, and you will bite the earth with regret and heartbreak!”
On the other hand, Abu Fawaz considered the Houthi missiles to be self-defense because of what he called the Emirati occupation of Yemeni lands. He wrote, “Al-Badi is darker, so how if he occupies the Yemeni land and kills the Yemeni people, destroys and commits massacres against women and children, the Yemeni people have the right to defend themselves and return an eye for an eye.” Age for age, and if the rulers of the Emirates want to spare their country strikes in response to their massacres, they should leave Yemen immediately and immediately.
In turn, Hamad Al Shamsi sees what happened in the Emirates as a natural product of Emirati tampering, and he tweeted, “The crazy person is the only person who believes that when he burns his neighbors’ houses, he will be able to secure his home.”