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Sooner or later their money will dry up and they will be destroyed by the west. They have no power only Allah azawajal has the power. There time is close....they go back to using Donkey, mules, horses and camels.
 

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Sooner or later their money will dry up and they will be destroyed by the west. They have no power only Allah azawajal has the power. There time is close....they go back to using Donkey, mules, horses and camels.
Your money might dry up first.. so tell us what are you going back to use..HaHa!
 

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Your money might dry up first.. so tell us what are you going back to use..HaHa!
I seriously wonder whether you modern arabs are mentally challenged or just plain ignorant. Do not even see whats being done to you by your rulers or are you simply happy them throwing you a bone.
When yiu will be summoned b4 your creator and he asks you why you sided with the Jews...what will you answer. Are you comfortable with what you are doing?

Tell me @The SC how much do u get paid for all the lies and manipulation you do on behalf of your rulers?
 

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UAE threatens Algeria with sanctions over cooperation with Turkey, report says
BY DAILY SABAH WITH AGENCIES
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NOV 25, 2020 10:53 AM GMT+3
Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa (left) is received by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan (right) upon his arrival in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 17, 2020. (Reuters Photo)'s King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa (left) is received by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan (right) upon his arrival in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 17, 2020. (Reuters Photo)
Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa (left) is received by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan (right) upon his arrival in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 17, 2020. (Reuters Photo)



The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has reportedly threatened Algeria with sanctions over the country's cooperation with Turkey, a report said Sunday.

The Emirati authorities have warned their Algerian counterparts and made veiled threats since September, when President Abdelmadjid Tebboune criticized the UAE's normalization of ties with Israel, according to a report by France-based news website Maghreb Intelligence.

The Abu Dhabi administration has conveyed its dismay through informal diplomatic channels, the report said, adding that Tebboune's criticism was seen as an open declaration of hostility.

One such informal diplomatic message was sent to Algeria through Gen. Abdelghani Rachedi, who had previously served as the Algerian military attache in Abu Dhabi and has been serving as the head of Algeria's General Directorate of National Security, the main police force, since late April.

In a letter, the Abu Dhabi administration reportedly said it will not hesitate to adopt economic and political sanctions against Algiers if the government continues to cooperate with "anti-Emirati lobbies" in the region.


Gen. Rachedi reportedly conveyed the message to President Tebboune, who refrained from responding.

The UAE and Algeria had enjoyed favorable relations during military leader Ahmed Gaid Salah's time but the ties deteriorated after Tebboune's election.

In September, the UAE and fellow Gulf state Bahrain became the first Arab states in a quarter of a century to establish formal ties with Israel, forming a new axis in the Middle East against Iran.

Palestinian groups have denounced the deal, saying it ignores the rights of the Palestinians and does not serve the Palestinian cause. The deals broke with decades of Arab consensus that there would be no normalization of relations with Israel until it had made peace with the Palestinians.

In a speech at the 75th United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 23, a week after the U.S.-brokered deal, President Tebboune said the Palestinian people's right to have a state with Jerusalem as the capital was not up for bargaining.

"The Palestinian cause remains a sacred cause for Algeria and its people," Tebboune said.

The Algerian president had also sided with Turkey and the Government of National Accord (GNA) in the Libya conflict, saying that Tripoli is a "red line no one should cross."

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Tebboune held bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the Berlin conference on Libya in January and have been supporting a political solution to the conflict.

Turkey and Algeria also signed a joint statement to establish a high-level cooperation council between the two countries to enhance ties.

Relations between Turkey and the UAE have hit an all-time low, and Erdoğan had previously announced that Ankara may suspend its diplomatic relations with the Abu Dhabi administration after the UAE-Israel deal.

Turkish officials said the UAE supports terrorist organizations that target Turkey and has become a useful political and military tool for other countries.

The UAE is a part of a Saudi-led coalition in Yemen that launched a devastating air campaign to roll back Houthi territorial gains in 2015, further escalating the crisis in the war-torn country. In Libya, Abu Dhabi backs putschist Gen. Khalifa Haftar and seeks to oust the legitimate U.N.-recognized GNA. In Syria, it supports the Bashar Assad regime in its offensive against democracy and civil rights. Turkish officials have also accused the UAE of offering financial and logistical support to the PKK terrorist group to carry out attacks on Turkey.

In August, Turkey's National Intelligence Organization (MIT) revealed that the UAE, in cooperation with Israel, was going to try to destabilize Turkey, Iran and Qatar. It added that the wanted UAE spy Mohammed Dahlan, who maintains contact with some recently established media outlets in Turkey, serves the cause by channeling funds to these organizations.

Last year, Turkey also revealed that the Emirati spy network has been operating all over the country.
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Wrong move, Algeria is just one of few strong militray states in afro-arabian region and they don't take any dam orders!
I gss, UAE, KSA are getting absolutely crazy day by day and thier destruction is just waiting in shadows, with no real militray or economical power once the oil is gone, they literly have to beg evn for drinking water to the world
I seriously wonder whether you modern arabs are mentally challenged or just plain ignorant. Do not even see whats being done to you by your rulers or are you simply happy them throwing you a bone.
When yiu will be summoned b4 your creator and he asks you why you sided with the Jews...what will you answer. Are you comfortable with what you are doing?

Tell me @The SC how much do u get paid for all the lies and manipulation you do on behalf of your rulers?
That's the probelm, we seen in Iraq and Libya once the ruller is gone, everything falls in the dust?
Normal peoples in these tiny Arab states even they don't like what's thier rulers are trying to do politically for thier survival in the next era!
 

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That's the probelm, we seen in Iraq and Libya once the ruller is gone, everything falls in the dust?
Normal peoples in these tiny Arab states even they don't like what's thier rulers are trying to do politically for thier survival in the next era!

Libya is different, problem is they are build with clan system and above them a dictator rule. But most of them don't want it. You can see litterally they doing ther best against Haftar the dictator. A system thats free from monarchies and dictators is dangerous for Arab countries. So ther leaders don't want democracy. A real goverment system with out army above. If Libya succeeds it will be next step ther neighbours. People will demant it, another revolt against leaders will rise.
 

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We look at him and worship him..wwwwwooooowww
I don't know about his views especially since he was in military uniform at the time, so it shouldn't matter much at the political level. But I have heard he was a very sharp and aggressive fighter pilot.
 

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I don't know about his views especially since he was in military uniform at the time, so it shouldn't matter much at the political level. But I have heard he was a very sharp and aggressive fighter pilot.
a man who worships another man is as sharp as a donkey's ***.
UAE is pathetic and the war in Yemen has proved it. An aggressive fighter pilot who has never been in Air to air combat.
Wrong move, Algeria is just one of few strong militray states in afro-arabian region and they don't take any dam orders!
I gss, UAE, KSA are getting absolutely crazy day by day and thier destruction is just waiting in shadows, with no real militray or economical power once the oil is gone, they literly have to beg evn for drinking water to the world

That's the probelm, we seen in Iraq and Libya once the ruller is gone, everything falls in the dust?
Normal peoples in these tiny Arab states even they don't like what's thier rulers are trying to do politically for thier survival in the next era!
lol so stay in the same vicious cycle. I guess Germany of ww2 should not have been stopped.
islam should not have come to the bedouin arabs
 

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That is worst yet..HaHa!

BTW the OIL is at $47..

And UAE and Algeria are good friends with many investments and JVs in may fields..
As long as UAE works on the western agenda nothing will happened to them. As soon as they move toward Islam, West will destroy them. West has plan for every Muslim country. UAE political setup is very fragile and if enemy wants, they can causes internal problems for them.


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As long as UAE works on the western agenda nothing will happened to them. As soon as they move toward Islam, West will destroy them. West has plan for every Muslim country. UAE political setup is very fragile and if enemy wants, they can causes internal problems for them.


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Not that fragile.. the UAE can hit back very hard on its own.. and it is not even by itself.. The West has nothing to do with this..and most Arabs don't want to be Islamists or extremists.. We are moderate Muslims by nature since the coming of our Prophet..
 

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what are the chances if there is a fight between UAE air force vs Algerian post office ? it will be tough fight I think and I dont want to be harsh on UAE but I think Algerians might win by beating the UAE airforce silly with mail bags
I have a reason why I say that because I dont think any UAE pilot will survive the physical and mental stress to walk from the sofa to the jet unless if its parked inside the living room. most of them will pass out due to heat exhaustion or gastric trouble and some might tumble down from the ladders and then beaten to plump by the Algerian postmen,
I mean no disrespect to the Algerian postmen or its armed forces.

they do look intimidating though. maybe after devouring shawarma and kebabs they will curse the Algerians to submission
This brother got jokes :lol:
 

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Not that fragile.. the UAE can hit back very hard on its own.. and it is not even by itself.. The West has nothing to do with this..and most Arabs don't want to be Islamists or extremists.. We are moderate Muslims by nature since the coming of our Prophet..
Loooooooool I haven't laughed this much in a while. Thansk for the entertainment
 

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