Abdul-Khaleq Abdullah: America will not fight again on behalf of the Gulf countries | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


A tweet by the Emirati academic, Abdul Khaliq Abdullah, sparked widespread controversy, after he said that the United States would not fight again on behalf of the countries of the region. “Which Gulf countries”

Abdul Khaliq Abdullah said in a tweet monitored by “Watan”, “America’s foreign minister and defense minister in the region carry one message from Washington saying (America will not defend the Gulf, and will not fight a battle for the oil of the Arab Gulf from now on).

The Emirati academic added: “The Arab Gulf states are at a crossroads: How should they adapt to the post-American Gulf stage?”

Abdul Khaliq Abdullah talks about America’s message

The Emirati academic’s tweet caused a sensation, and activists questioned the ability of the Gulf states to unite and protect themselves in the face of the dangers threatening them, especially those coming from Iran, they said.

Activists said that during the past forty years, the Gulf states could not build a military force, or unite around a political decision despite the marginal presence of the Gulf Cooperation Council, as they put it.

Dr. Naji Charb, the Palestinian writer and analyst, said, “The strategy of self-power, the strategy of the unified Gulf, building the Gulf power, an Arab strategy with an Arab alliance whose nucleus is Egypt, the strategy of reconciliations, the strategy of diversifying international partnerships, and the strategy of building supportive forces by adopting humanitarian support policies. and to distance itself from military indulgences.”

While Ahmed Murshid responded to Abdul Khaliq Abdullah, saying: “The first adjustment is for Abu Dhabi to recalculate with Yemen and the Yemenis and to make them brothers and not enemies.”

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He added: “The fragmentation of Yemen and depriving Yemenis from exploiting their wealth and facilities will not be a good omen for you. The injustice of a brother to his brother generates intense enmity that is passed down through generations from their sons.”

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US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin had arrived in the Qatari capital, Doha, to hold talks with the Emir of the country, Tamim bin Hamad, which media said focused primarily on the Afghan issue and the Taliban’s control of the country.

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