French researcher: UAE uses extremist groups in Yemen to strike the moderated stream

French researcher: UAE uses extremist groups in Yemen to strike the moderated stream

The French researcher Dr. François Bura said that Emiratis in Yemen are playing with extremist groups and using them to strike the moderated stream.

Bura, a researcher interested in Islamic group affairs, warned of the seriousness of dealing with extremists in this way, which he said gives extremist groups more influence and polarization.

He said that the support and recruitment by the UAE in Yemen of extremist groups comes in order to strike the moderated stream of political Islamism, foremost among which is the Yemeni Reform Party, which it regards as part of the "Muslim Brotherhood family " as he put it.

At an international conference held on Thursday, Tawakkol Karman International Foundation in the Turkish city of Istanbul titled "Yemen.. The challenges of war and the prospects for peace, he said, "external interventions in countries give militant groups a fertile environment for ascension and proliferation.

Bura gave three reasons for the rise of extremist groups of violence, foremost among them the failure of State institutions, and the second reason, according to Bura, is foreign intervention, the third reason being the support and backing of large states for "illegality" and the granting of dictatorships a license to kill their citizens. He spoke of the benefit of extremist groups of foreign intervention in a number of Arab countries, which said that its beginning was a foreign intervention in the Gulf, which gave al-Qaeda a fertile environment to build and polarize among enthusiastic youth.

At the conference, which was attended by a group of Yemeni, Arab and foreign scholars, Yemeni researcher Nasser Al-Mode’a, who said that the continuation of the war in this way is a disaster and stopped in the shadow of the al-Houthi group's adherence to weapons and control of the capital and a large area of Yemen and the dominance of the group on the strengths is also a disaster.

The applicant pointed out that the solution lies in the legitimacy of restoring the trust of the lost people and offering a different performance that helps to get out of this dark tunnel that has entered Yemen since the political forces began to conspire on some of them and colluded to tear down the country and each party was planning to take advantage of the moment of the militias marching towards the capital sun Bowl to serve its own agenda.

In her speech, the Yemeni Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakkol Karman called for a halt to the war in Yemen, an end to the coup d'état, the intervention of a UN committee to receive weapons from all armed militias, its handover to a state that protects everyone, and the resumption of the political process as it ceased in 2014, and in his final statement he stressed The Conference to redouble international efforts to help those affected by the war to avert the humanitarian catastrophe that is worsening every day.

The Conference stressed that the Arab coalition countries should assume their legal and moral responsibility to reconstruct the war-ravaged Yemen.

The conference comes in tandem with mounting international calls for a halt to the war in Yemen and the resumption of the peace process, most notably the calls by the US foreign and defense ministers to stop the war and return to the negotiating table in November, but the escalation of confrontations and the progress of legitimate government forces in a number of The fronts, notably the coastal city of Hodeidah (western Yemen), made the United Nations announce on Thursday evening the postponement of the Yemeni peace talks scheduled for the end of November and hopes to be held before the end of the year.


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