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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..
The UAE has no idea what’s in store for her.Her foray in North Africa and especially in Western Sahara will be her demise. There is no existing Arab force that is willing or able to take on Algeria. Algeria’s reply is coming .The Maroccan forces are paying a dear price, at this moment from the hands of the Polisario, that the monarchy imposed a total blackout on the area to a point that she relieved her troops on the front of their mobile phone, as to keep the lid on the extreme losses that they are suffering..There are even sources, that M6 suffered a stroke due to his army losses and is in intensive care under the care of a French team of doctors , dispatched from Paris in a complète secrecy...
 

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cries of a dying breed. With oil money running dry these GCC baboons have lost their mind. All countries getting threatened should quit OIC and Arab leaving and start anew economic block to promote trade keeping UAE and Saydis out of it.
The only Baboon who seems to have lost his head here.. is you know who.. you feel it.. HaHa!
Oil is at $47 now and climbing.. it will go much higher when Biden will take office..
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!
So many wet dreams!
 
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The UAE is actually the puppet of the United States and its alliance. It will do whatever the US orders. For these so-called Islamic states, loyalty to religion or the Islamic community means nothing. We Pakistanis also have to look after our national interests first
 

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The only Baboon who seems to have lost his head here.. is you know who.. you feel it.. HaHa!
Oil is at $47 now and climbing.. it will go much higher when Biden will take office..

So many wet dreams!

How many times i have heard that in past one year :rofl:. GCC itself admitted oil needs to be around 80$ to not relly on budget cuts and loans. Considering all depent countries are fighting like vultures not relenting on oil output it will go down further. Iran coming out of sanctions will drive it further down not up. Many countries are already moving toward LNG and renewable sources so coming decade will be a nightmare. Dont get your panties in a twist bcz this aint over yet. As for biden clearly you are one hell of ignorant person to assume he is pro oil lobby. He already said in his manifesto that he will cut oil usage and add solar and EV with an aggressive push. Trump was a blessing for OPEC but biden with his saviour complex will make you lot cry just wait for it.
 

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How many times i have heard that in past one year :rofl:. GCC itself admitted oil needs to be around 80$ to not relly on budget cuts and loans. Considering all depent countries are fighting like vultures not relenting on oil output it will go down further. Iran coming out of sanctions will drive it further down not up. Many countries are already moving toward LNG and renewable sources so coming decade will be a nightmare. Dont get your panties in a twist bcz this aint over yet. As for biden clearly you are one hell of ignorant person to assume he is pro oil lobby. He already said in his manifesto that he will cut oil usage and add solar and EV with an aggressive push. Trump was a blessing for OPEC but biden with his saviour complex will make you lot cry just wait for it.
Too many wet dreams and ignorance my friend; cutting Oil usage in the US means more export for OPEC+....even the next 40 years won't see your wet dreams realized.. And Saudi Arabia has LNG too..Even Bahrain found more GAS than Qatar..Keep dreaming..you'll wake up to reality one day or another..
 

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what are the chances if there is a fight between UAE air force vs Algerian
Not that fragile.. the UAE can hit back very hard on its own..
I can't see the UAE waging a war on Algeria let alone any country on their own instead they'll likely support secular terrorists to do their dirty work for them hence why it is imperative to hunt them down whether they be a part of the BLA, our media, "civilian" population, etc...

For example we've known for a long time that they're funding BLA terrorists in their unholy crusade against Pakistan:
MPs told Russia, India and UAE involved in Baloch insurgency

After lambasting Pakistan about not joining their despicable war of terror on the good people of Yemen they themselves packed up in the middle of the war leaving their "ally" Saudi Arabia holding the bag while funding/arming groups that were working against Saudi Interests.
Why the United Arab Emirates Is Abandoning Saudi Arabia in Yemen
Analysis: The divergent Saudi-UAE strategies in Yemen

They have neither the will nor means to wage those wars simply targeting and destroying small parts of Abu Dhabi and Dubai alone would be enough to cause panic among the expat population living there that represents almost 90% of the country's population leading to a mass exodus and sell off of real estate and other financial investments that would collapse their economy.

The UAE is actually the puppet of the United States and its alliance. It will do whatever the US orders. For these so-called Islamic states, loyalty to religion or the Islamic community means nothing. We Pakistanis also have to look after our national interests first
You're spot on.

The UAE thinks, and hopes, itself a partner of the US but in a relationship where the power dynamics are that far off the reality is the UAE is now the US' whore and it'll suck their d*ck for protection.

However, we need to build alliances with like minded nations and leaders. I would personally like to see increased cooperation economically and military with Turkey particularly joint development of a host of crucial weapons development platforms increasingly being denied to us by "neutral" states (like "neutral" France whose Parliament supported terrorism and occupation by demanding the recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh by the French government).

cries of a dying breed. With oil money running dry these GCC baboons have lost their mind.
It's not just oil there's another possibly bigger problem on the horizon which is the expat population moving out and fewer migrants needing to travel there for work.

I think it's already started in places like the UAE which, like many GCC nations, had experienced almost stagnant population growth for 20 years and then it popped post 2000 (i.e. after the US invasion of Afghanistan and the start of their "war of terror" that destabilized Pakistan and surrounding nations).

That's the whole purpose of Saudi Arabia's planned cities like NEOM and news from GCC nations about relaxing if not scrapping the sponsored visa program.

Countries like Pakistan, India and Bangladesh have made the UAE what it is. About 90% of the Emirates population are expats, almost 50% of their total population is from Pakistan, India and Bangladesh alone. The economic activity they contribute to that country is substantial the loss of which would result in a total collapse of their overall economy.

With responsible governments in nations with high migration to the GCC you'll see fewer people travel there to work which is exactly why you find so few Japanese, Americans, Canadians, Europeans living their. This is why I am a strong proponent of Khan and the PTI focusing their efforts on industrialization and infrastructure development (particularly housing) instead of welfare disbursement.

It's the same reason why you don't see many Saudi's, Emirati's, Japanese, etc... living in countries like Canada and the US at least in comparison to those from poorer countries like Mexico and India (which also happens to be the fastest growing source of illegal migrants into the US). Also why Trump was frustrated that there weren't more immigrants coming to the US from Norway instead of "shithole countries":
Trump wants fewer immigrants from “shithole countries” and more from places like Norway

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.
They've already trapped themselves and I honestly don't think their leadership cares about Muslims or Islam.

Biden and Democrats will end the arms deals that we're increasingly hearing were promised under Trump making them completely reliant on the US for protection in what is increasingly becoming a hostile neighborhood after all they've done, all we've learned and continue to learn (i.e. not just its recognition of Israel without a settlement for Palestine but the money laundering, support of terrorist groups like the BLA and hegemonic Hindu terrorism, etc..).

They failed in Libya, they've failed in Yemen, they failed in Tunisia, they're going to fail in their rapprochement with Assad in Syria which itself is a nation that, aside from some lines on a map, doesn't exist and there are ways for Turkey to cement Assad's demise without needing to attack him or intervene directly in Syria further.

MBS and MBZ are probably the stupidest "leaders" I've come across. They're completely short sighted, don't see the direction the world is headed and are fighting over what amounts to scraps in a perverse attempt to maintain hegemony.
 

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The UAE is actually the puppet of the United States and its alliance. It will do whatever the US orders. For these so-called Islamic states, loyalty to religion or the Islamic community means nothing. We Pakistanis also have to look after our national interests first
Uncle aap UAE main baithay hain..ahtiaat karain

yah log social media posts par banday wapis bhaij daitay hain
 

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I can't see the UAE waging a war on Algeria let alone any country on their own instead they'll likely support secular terrorists to do their dirty work for them hence why it is imperative to hunt them down whether they be a part of the BLA, our media, "civilian" population, etc...

For example we've known for a long time that they're funding BLA terrorists in their unholy crusade against Pakistan:
MPs told Russia, India and UAE involved in Baloch insurgency

After lambasting Pakistan about not joining their despicable war of terror on the good people of Yemen they themselves packed up in the middle of the war leaving their "ally" Saudi Arabia holding the bag while funding/arming groups that were working against Saudi Interests.
Why the United Arab Emirates Is Abandoning Saudi Arabia in Yemen
Analysis: The divergent Saudi-UAE strategies in Yemen

They have neither the will nor means to wage those wars simply targeting and destroying small parts of Abu Dhabi and Dubai alone would be enough to cause panic among the expat population living there that represents almost 90% of the country's population leading to a mass exodus and sell off of real estate and other financial investments that would collapse their economy.



You're spot on.

The UAE thinks, and hopes, itself a partner of the US but in a relationship where the power dynamics are that far off the reality is the UAE is now the US' whore and it'll suck their d*ck for protection.

However, we need to build alliances with like minded nations and leaders. I would personally like to see increased cooperation economically and military with Turkey particularly joint development of a host of crucial weapons development platforms increasingly being denied to us by "neutral" states (like "neutral" France whose Parliament supported terrorism and occupation by demanding the recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh by the French government).



It's not just oil there's another possibly bigger problem on the horizon which is the expat population moving out and fewer migrants needing to travel there for work.

I think it's already started in places like the UAE which, like many GCC nations, had experienced almost stagnant population growth for 20 years and then it popped post 2000 (i.e. after the US invasion of Afghanistan and the start of their "war of terror" that destabilized Pakistan and surrounding nations).

That's the whole purpose of Saudi Arabia's planned cities like NEOM and news from GCC nations about relaxing if not scrapping the sponsored visa program.

Countries like Pakistan, India and Bangladesh have made the UAE what it is. About 90% of the Emirates population are expats, almost 50% of their total population is from Pakistan, India and Bangladesh alone. The economic activity they contribute to that country is substantial the loss of which would result in a total collapse of their overall economy.

With responsible governments in nations with high migration to the GCC you'll see fewer people travel there to work which is exactly why you find so few Japanese, Americans, Canadians, Europeans living their. This is why I am a strong proponent of Khan and the PTI focusing their efforts on industrialization and infrastructure development (particularly housing) instead of welfare disbursement.

It's the same reason why you don't see many Saudi's, Emirati's, Japanese, etc... living in countries like Canada and the US at least in comparison to those from poorer countries like Mexico and India (which also happens to be the fastest growing source of illegal migrants into the US). Also why Trump was frustrated that there weren't more immigrants coming to the US from Norway instead of "shithole countries":
Trump wants fewer immigrants from “shithole countries” and more from places like Norway



They've already trapped themselves and I honestly don't think their leadership cares about Muslims or Islam.

Biden and Democrats will end the arms deals that we're increasingly hearing were promised under Trump making them completely reliant on the US for protection in what is increasingly becoming a hostile neighborhood after all they've done, all we've learned and continue to learn (i.e. not just its recognition of Israel without a settlement for Palestine but the money laundering, support of terrorist groups like the BLA and hegemonic Hindu terrorism, etc..).

They failed in Libya, they've failed in Yemen, they failed in Tunisia, they're going to fail in their rapprochement with Assad in Syria which itself is a nation that, aside from some lines on a map, doesn't exist and there are ways for Turkey to cement Assad's demise without needing to attack him or intervene directly in Syria further.

MBS and MBZ are probably the stupidest "leaders" I've come across. They're completely short sighted, don't see the direction the world is headed and are fighting over what amounts to scraps in a perverse attempt to maintain hegemony.
That is too much BS and wet dreams in one post..
Answer just one question: who will attack the UAE?
 

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That is too much BS and wet dreams in one post..
Answer just one question: who will attack the UAE?
to be honest no one but a new friend that has expansion a part of its religious prophecy about Zion.
it seems impossible and inconceivable but its the nature of that monster Israel. maybe not in our lifetime but its a given
 

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Too many wet dreams and ignorance my friend; cutting Oil usage in the US means more export for OPEC+....even the next 40 years won't see your wet dreams realized.. And Saudi Arabia has LNG too..Even Bahrain found more GAS than Qatar..Keep dreaming..you'll wake up to reality one day or another..
Read the quran...
Didn't an arrogant man enter the garden and say...I don't think this will ever end.
You are that arrogant man
to be honest no one but a new friend that has expansion a part of its religious prophecy about Zion.
it seems impossible and inconceivable but its the nature of that monster Israel. maybe not in our lifetime but its a given
Oh it will happen soon. Trust me.
 

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I can't see the UAE waging a war on Algeria let alone any country on their own instead they'll likely support secular terrorists to do their dirty work for them hence why it is imperative to hunt them down whether they be a part of the BLA, our media, "civilian" population, etc...

For example we've known for a long time that they're funding BLA terrorists in their unholy crusade against Pakistan:
MPs told Russia, India and UAE involved in Baloch insurgency

After lambasting Pakistan about not joining their despicable war of terror on the good people of Yemen they themselves packed up in the middle of the war leaving their "ally" Saudi Arabia holding the bag while funding/arming groups that were working against Saudi Interests.
Why the United Arab Emirates Is Abandoning Saudi Arabia in Yemen
Analysis: The divergent Saudi-UAE strategies in Yemen

They have neither the will nor means to wage those wars simply targeting and destroying small parts of Abu Dhabi and Dubai alone would be enough to cause panic among the expat population living there that represents almost 90% of the country's population leading to a mass exodus and sell off of real estate and other financial investments that would collapse their economy.



You're spot on.

The UAE thinks, and hopes, itself a partner of the US but in a relationship where the power dynamics are that far off the reality is the UAE is now the US' whore and it'll suck their d*ck for protection.

However, we need to build alliances with like minded nations and leaders. I would personally like to see increased cooperation economically and military with Turkey particularly joint development of a host of crucial weapons development platforms increasingly being denied to us by "neutral" states (like "neutral" France whose Parliament supported terrorism and occupation by demanding the recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh by the French government).



It's not just oil there's another possibly bigger problem on the horizon which is the expat population moving out and fewer migrants needing to travel there for work.

I think it's already started in places like the UAE which, like many GCC nations, had experienced almost stagnant population growth for 20 years and then it popped post 2000 (i.e. after the US invasion of Afghanistan and the start of their "war of terror" that destabilized Pakistan and surrounding nations).

That's the whole purpose of Saudi Arabia's planned cities like NEOM and news from GCC nations about relaxing if not scrapping the sponsored visa program.

Countries like Pakistan, India and Bangladesh have made the UAE what it is. About 90% of the Emirates population are expats, almost 50% of their total population is from Pakistan, India and Bangladesh alone. The economic activity they contribute to that country is substantial the loss of which would result in a total collapse of their overall economy.

With responsible governments in nations with high migration to the GCC you'll see fewer people travel there to work which is exactly why you find so few Japanese, Americans, Canadians, Europeans living their. This is why I am a strong proponent of Khan and the PTI focusing their efforts on industrialization and infrastructure development (particularly housing) instead of welfare disbursement.

It's the same reason why you don't see many Saudi's, Emirati's, Japanese, etc... living in countries like Canada and the US at least in comparison to those from poorer countries like Mexico and India (which also happens to be the fastest growing source of illegal migrants into the US). Also why Trump was frustrated that there weren't more immigrants coming to the US from Norway instead of "shithole countries":
Trump wants fewer immigrants from “shithole countries” and more from places like Norway



They've already trapped themselves and I honestly don't think their leadership cares about Muslims or Islam.

Biden and Democrats will end the arms deals that we're increasingly hearing were promised under Trump making them completely reliant on the US for protection in what is increasingly becoming a hostile neighborhood after all they've done, all we've learned and continue to learn (i.e. not just its recognition of Israel without a settlement for Palestine but the money laundering, support of terrorist groups like the BLA and hegemonic Hindu terrorism, etc..).

They failed in Libya, they've failed in Yemen, they failed in Tunisia, they're going to fail in their rapprochement with Assad in Syria which itself is a nation that, aside from some lines on a map, doesn't exist and there are ways for Turkey to cement Assad's demise without needing to attack him or intervene directly in Syria further.

MBS and MBZ are probably the stupidest "leaders" I've come across. They're completely short sighted, don't see the direction the world is headed and are fighting over what amounts to scraps in a perverse attempt to maintain hegemony.
Local job creation is the only solution bcz us sending workforce to GCC like slave labourers should end now. Not only we face discrimination in pay scale compared to other nationalities but also horrific treatment by Emaratis and Saudis. CPEC is a great opportunity rapid industrialisation is need of hour. Otherwise would keep getting blackmailed by these phudu AArab royals.
Too many wet dreams and ignorance my friend; cutting Oil usage in the US means more export for OPEC+....even the next 40 years won't see your wet dreams realized.. And Saudi Arabia has LNG too..Even Bahrain found more GAS than Qatar..Keep dreaming..you'll wake up to reality one day or another..
Considering how many times you have used word wet here i think you have so deeper underlying problem than just this convo. I used to hear arabs say that oil is here for centuries to come but its good to see that at least got a reality check and came down to 40. In reality in next 10-20 YEARS you will get idea what wet dream looks like for Arabs. I call this poetic justice for treating poor labour like slaves and you are fighting amongst each other like mad dogs for scraps of oil market. Once we had great kings like Shah Faisal now we hVe phudu like MBS who cant even tell his head from arse.
 
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Local job creation is the only solution bcz us sending workforce to GCC like slave labourers should end now. Not only we face discrimination in pay scale compared to other nationalities but also horrific treatment by Emaratis and Saudis. CPEC is a great opportunity rapid industrialisation is need of hour. Otherwise would keep getting blackmailed by these phudu AArab royals.

Considering how many times you have used word wet here i think you have so deeper underlying problem than just this convo. I used to hear arabs say that oil is here for centuries to come but its good to see that at least got a reality check and came down to 40. In reality in next 10-20 YEARS you will get idea what wet dream looks like for Arabs. I call this poetic justice for treating poor labour like slaves and you are fighting amongst each other like mad dogs for scraps of oil market. Once we had great kings like Shah Faisal now we hVe phudu like MBS who cant even tell his head from arse.
Just in your wet dreams again.. the Arabs are not just the UAE or OIL..there are 500 million of us.. willing and capable of surviving as we did for millennia..
to be honest no one but a new friend that has expansion a part of its religious prophecy about Zion.
it seems impossible and inconceivable but its the nature of that monster Israel. maybe not in our lifetime but its a given
They had that wet dream prophecy for 6000 years..and it never came to fruition..
 

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Just in your wet dreams again.. the Arabs are not just the UAE or OIL..there are 500 million of us.. willing and capable of surviving as we did for millennia..

They had that wet dream prophecy for 6000 years..and it never came to fruition..
No as a matter of fact you are just oil and money. Without it you will become ISIS 2.0 we saw that happening in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Yemen so i am not saying something outrageous. More specifically it is true for all GCC monarchies. Other than oil what else is your achievement ? That and funding terorists all across the globe.
 

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UAE threatens Algeria with sanctions over cooperation with Turkey, report says
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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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gulfies have lost it!
 

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Uncle aap UAE main baithay hain..ahtiaat karain

yah log social media posts par banday wapis bhaij daitay hain
My Dear ! If my prediction would prove to be false, then my grave will be trampled underfoot that the friends of Israel and India، the enemies of Pakistan, the unfaithful and ruthless Arab kings and sheikhs will again be associated with the ancestral profession of dacoits of the Arab deserts.

Not only the Indian directors of my company but also the Pakistani owners hated my pro-Pakistani blogs. From the day I started my Defense Times website, I swear, they were bent on killing me. Since March my salary was stopped. And then the day the UAE became puppet of Israel, my conscience did not allow me to live in that filthy country. Unfortunately, the Indian slave Pakistan owners did not give me seven months' salary. A week later, I took my passport and left Dubai.

I can give my life for my Pakistan a thousand times but I cannot bow my head in front of Indians and Indian friends. Soon my eye opening observations during my stay in Dubai and the anti-Pakistan facts of the Indian lobby there will be on my websites.

عشق جب بن کے خدا دل کے قریں رہتا ہے
پھر زمانے کے کہاں زیر ِ نگیں رہتا ہے
(When love becomes the God of the heart Then it does not remain under the control of the world)

My website is my crime
 

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