صالح حمد القلاب​​
وزير إعلام سابق​

Had Emirati forces not really arrived in Aden at the decisive moment…

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It is the right of the “Emirati” brothers to celebrate their victorious armed forces returning from Yemen after performing a national and patriotic duty within the framework of the coalition to support Yemeni legitimacy led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is certain that had it not been for the heroics and sacrifices of these forces, there would not have been all this stability in this Arab country. Its geographical location made it control the two most important straits in this region, the first being Bab al-Mandab and the second being the Suez Canal at the northern end of the Red Sea.

It is known that before the UAE forces met that patriotic and national call, there was a threat to establish what Iran called the “Shiite Crescent,” and the Arabs who rejected sectarian tendencies called it “the Iranian Crescent.” Certainly, if a “coalition” had not been established in support of Yemeni legitimacy, the “Emirates” is a major part of it, this “crescent” would have existed now, and its first party would have started from Sana’a .. and its second party would have ended in Lattakia, passing through this dangerous strategic region before it reached Iraq and Syria … and of course Lebanon.

Then, as our discussion is about the victorious Emirati forces, which returned days ago flying flags of victory over their heads. It must be reminded that had not these forces arrived “Aden” at the decisive moment, it would now be like Baghdad, Damascus, and the southern suburb of Beirut, and the Iranians control over Bab al-Mandab and possibly a major part of the Red Sea itself would have been de facto.

Perhaps what is worth noting in this regard is that there were serious Iranian attempts to change the identity of this sea, the importance of which is paramount both for the UAE and for all the Arab Gulf states. At that time the Muslim Brotherhood was in control of Egypt and Sudan when Iran had joined this Satanic alliance.” Erdogan had already established a naval base for Turkey on the shores of this Sudanese Red Sea.

What I want to say is that if the brave Emirati forces had not really arrived in Aden at the decisive moment and accomplished all these tremendous and great achievements, this historic city, like Baghdad, would now be under the control of Iranian sectarian militias … and also like the southern suburb of Beirut and like Libyan Tripoli.

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