Al-Alimi's visit to the UAE raises the severity of the Brotherhood's insults against himEnglish - الثلاثاء 16 أغسطس 2022 الساعة 05:38 م
The sudden visit of the President of the Presidential Leadership Council, Dr. Rashad Al-Alimi, yesterday, Monday, to the United Arab Emirates, exacerbated the anger of activists of the Islah Party, the local branch of the Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen.
Yesterday, Al-Alimi began an unofficial working visit that includes the UAE and Saudi Arabia, as an embodiment of the solid historical relations with the two countries and their active role within the framework of the coalition to support legitimacy, as well as their generous humanitarian and economic support to alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people, and to promote the path of reforms led by the Presidential Leadership Council at various levels, according to the state-run Saba News Agency.
This visit opened a door of Brotherhood insult against Dr. Al-Alimi, as part of an electronic campaign in which the electronic foolish brigades used insults against Al-Alimi against the background of the events of Shabwa and its support and the Presidential Council for the decisions and directions of its governor, Sheikh Awad Al-Wazir, and his rejection of the rebellion of the security and military factions loyal to the Brotherhood, which was quickly put down.
As usual, the Brotherhood's journalist, Mukhtar Al-Rahbi, was the leader of the attack campaign through a series of publications, in one of which he described Al-Alimi as a mercenary.
"There was no need for Rashad Al-Alimi to go to the UAE and Saudi Arabia. The directives reach him continuously via WhatsApp, and the reward will reach him after completing the plan and handing over all the joints of the state to the separatist militias," he said.
He added, in another publication, "The mercenary Rashad Al-Alimi leaves for the Emirates. He went to assure them that the man is more serving them and that he is ready to fulfill with them even if the last Yemeni soldier is targeted."
The pro-Brotherhood activist, Abdel Nasser Al-Kamali, also described Al-Alimi as the head of the "Bayada" council. Referring to the eight-member Leadership Council, he claimed that he went to the Emirates to offer loyalty and obedience and hear the new directives by facilitating the procedures for looting Yemen's oil and gas wealth and disrupting oil, gas and economic facilities and ports in the occupied governorates and subjecting them to serving and protecting its interests, as he claimed.
Another section of Brotherhood activists was assigned the task of criticizing the news of the visit, which was modified more than once on Dr. Rashad Al-Alimi's official Facebook page, and considered this as evidence of a state of "clear confusion" experienced by Al-Alimi and his crew, as they described it.