UAE official accuses "Islah" of protests in Aden, al-Mukalla and Islahi leader denounces

UAE official accuses "Islah" of protests in Aden, al-Mukalla and Islahi leader denounces

The UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs "Anwar Qerqash" has accused the Islah party of standing behind demonstrations in Hadramawt and some areas of the South against the Arab coalition and the UAE, while an Islah leader denounced the accusations.

On Wednesday, the city of Mukalla witnessed angry demonstrations against the collapse of the economic situation in the country, and protesters burned and tore pictures and banners glorifying the UAE leadership, according to sources of “Almasdar online ".

"The shameful behavior towards the symbols of the UAE and the coalition in Hadramawt and some parts of the South, which are directed by the reform “ Islah”, will not discourage us from doing the job, we are convinced that it is a partisan minority that does not want Yemen to be good and the coalition in its quest for stability will not shake these actions," Qerqash said in his tweet.

In the light of those accusations, the deputy head of the media department of the Islah party, Adnan al-'dini, denounced the accusations from the UAE minister.

"We deplore what was said by Anwar Qerqash and we believe that he does not express the opinion of our brothers in the UAE who have been reformed and the Kingdom is very grateful for their support to Yemen," al-'dini said on his Facebook page.

"We do not doubt for a moment that they understand that reform has nothing to do with what is happening in Hadramawt or others, and they know very well who is behind it and the agenda it carries," he said.


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