UAE Foreign Minister Deletes old Anti-Israel Tweet After Activist Reveals his Hypocrisy

August 16, 2020.-

A Syrian activist has revealed that Foreign Minister of the United Arab Emirates Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan has deleted his 2014 tweet about Israel being a child-killing regime following a recent deal between Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv for the normalization of ties.

In a tweet in 2014, the top Emirati diplomat had written in English, Arabic and Hebrew that the Israeli regime “kills children”, with a hashtag he put at the time calling for the international prosecution of Israel.

Bin Zayed had included in his twitter post heart-wrenching photos of Palestinian children who were victims of Israeli violence.

Mimi al-Laham, Syrian activist and commentator residing in Australia, reported the UAE’s foreign minister’s tweet on Sunday.

I’d like to report Prince Abdullah Bin Zayed son of the founder of UAE, for a tweet he made in 2014. pic.twitter.com/GeTsOXNc1E

— Syrian Girl (@Partisangirl) August 16, 2020

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Laham, later the same day, said that the UAE’s foreign minister has deleted that 2014 tweet after she reported it, revealing the Persian Gulf country’s hypocritical policies.

“Hah! He deleted his tweet because of my reply to it,” Laham tweeted.

She then called on the Emirati people to stand up to their rulers who “can only rule by intimidation,” adding that if they faced resistance, “they’ll fold like paper tigers.”

Hah! He deleted his tweet because of my reply to it.

They can only rule by intimidation, stand up to them and they’ll fold like paper tigers. pic.twitter.com/64wM5mcJza

— Syrian Girl (@Partisangirl) August 16, 2020

Israel, UAE reach US-brokered agreement to establish full diplomatic ties
Israel, UAE reach US-brokered agreement to establish full diplomatic ties Israel and the United Arab Emirates agree to normalize diplomatic ties in a deal apparently brokered by US President Donald Trump that includes Tel Aviv regime’s agreement to suspend annexation of the occupied West Bank.

In a joint statement issued by the White House on Thursday, Israel and the UAE announced that they had “agreed to the full normalization of relations.”

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The highly controversial deal, which has since been widely condemned across the occupied Palestinian territories and the Muslim world, has been brokered by US President Donald Trump, who has attempted to paint it as a big breakthrough.

Delegations from Tel Aviv and Abu Dhabi will meet in the coming weeks to sign bilateral agreements regarding investment, tourism, direct flights, security and the establishment of reciprocal embassies, the statement read.

Outrage grows over UAE-Israel pact to establish full diplomatic ties Anger is boiling in the Middle East and elsewhere over a recent agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to normalize diplomatic relations.

The UAE-Israel deal marks the third such normalization agreement the occupying regime has struck with an Arab country after Egypt (1979) and Jordan (1994). Abu Dhabi was already believed to have clandestine relations with Tel Aviv.

(Press TV)