You have got two laughing smilies on your “good faith” comment.
But the "road to the liberation of Jerusalem" has not been blocked by your weak country selling out Muslim rights by signing the peace deal with ISrael? Many of you Arabs have insecure identities, thats what i'm realizing....you will leave abusive genocidal Israel to kill your fellow muslims, and still find a way to attack a fellow Muslim (Iran)..fortunately, its too late...we see all your glossy expensive weapons(which u cant afford, u probably just bought it to make Uncle Tom happy) and you dont use them on ISrael, or to help Gaza.
The two mud volcanos have some stuff in common.
It literally looks like the scene from a B grade action flick,where they`ve just introduced the villains.Smoking too much drugs at the king's tent..!...you are a Physician..can you tell by the eyes!!..
Seems racist to imply they would be unable to gain the skills but yes they obviously can if they are motivated to help their country and have a good education. Grouping a whole country into 1 category is what is known as stereotyping.I agree. Really good move from UAE! The question is if they can continue on this legacy with emarati talent. Personally, I don’t think they can. Hardcore engineering is for determined and strong minds. You can’t be lazy. Peninsula arabs are too soft and too lazy because of the luxury lifestyle they have accumulated in the past century.
I am racist against luxuries lifestyle where your mind and body are not challenged. I have zero respect for people of countries who basically employ slaves to build their country, cook their meals and open their doors as well as western expats to engineer it all. These people are weak and frankly cowards since they will run away at the first sign of danger.Seems racist to imply they would be unable to gain the skills but yes they obviously can if they are motivated to help their country and have a good education. Grouping a whole country into 1 category is what is known as stereotyping.
BTW the company is bigger than Denel Dynamics now and has hired so many Emirati engineers and interns and South Africans engineers recently into R&D deparments that it blows my mind.
I think 500+ employees in the whole company including production + R&D but it is still to small than I want it.