Ibn Zayed’s advisor Abdel Khaleq Abdullah supports the coup in Tunisia and wishes success to the coups | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


Abdul Khaliq Abdullah, the Emirati academic advisor to the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, commented on the coup currently taking place in Tunisia, expressing his support for this coup in an implicit manner, coinciding with reports that speak of full support and planning for this coup by the UAE.

Abdel-Khaleq Abdullah said in a tweet to him via his Twitter account, which was monitored by (Watan), announcing his support for the coup of Qais Saeed against state institutions: “I am following the developments of Tunisia_rising with wishes for the Tunisian Prime Time Zone who are deeply and rightly upset by the performance of their government and parliament for a safe, stable and prosperous future.”

Abdul Khaliq Abdullah’s tweet is causing a sensation

The tweet of Ibn Zayed’s advisor sparked widespread controversy among the tweeters, most of whom pointed to the UAE’s malicious role in supporting counter-revolutions and coup d’etats.

Maher Abu Hajjaj mocked him by saying: “And Al-Uqabi has a brilliant future for you, like the future of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and more.”

An account called “Love of Amman” described everything that is happening in the region as, in short, “the expulsion of all Islamic parties from political life in all Arab countries.”

While many activists responded to Abdul Khaleq Abdullah, that the UAE undoubtedly had a hand in this matter, according to their description.

Tunisia’s coup plotted with Emirati help

A sharp wave of criticism has been launched on social media since midnight yesterday, after Tunisian President Kais Saied announced the coup against Parliament, the government and the Public Prosecution Office.

Tunisian President Kais Saied had announced, in a televised speech, that he had suspended the parliament’s work, lifted the immunity of its members, and relieved the Prime Minister, Hisham Al-Mashishi, and assumed the presidency of the Public Prosecution.

In his speech during a meeting with security and military leaders, Saeed added that he decided to take over the executive authority with the help of a prime minister who would appoint him himself, threatening that “whoever fires a single bullet, our armed military and security forces will confront him with a barrage of bullets.”

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Qais Said’s announcement sparked widespread anger in the political and human rights community through social media, as the majority of those who rejected Said’s declaration were a “complete coup” against the Prime Time Zone and the executive authority.

Many politicians and jurists also confirmed that this “coup” had been planned for months with Emirati help, and some even described it as the “fourth UAE coup.”

Tunisian Revolution

Many activists bemoaned the outcome of the Tunisian revolution, the first revolution of the Arab Spring, while some warned, saying that the expected reaction of the Tunisian Prime Time Zone and elites to Said’s announcement is now a decisive response that will determine the fate of Tunisia as a whole, adding that Tunisia will either go to the fate of Egypt 2013 or the fate of Turkey 2016. .

Others described what Said had done as an “adventure without horizon” that would lead Tunisia into a dark tunnel and a stage of wandering.

While others called for parliament to dismiss the Tunisian president, stressing that Article 88 of the Tunisian constitution allows parliament to dismiss the president in case he violates the constitution.

The activists emphasized that the most dangerous sentence said by Saeed in his televised speech was: “Whoever shoots the army will face a hail of bullets,” explaining this as “announcing the fight against violence and potential terrorism,” and wondering: “Will the war on terrorism be a way out of the coup, as happened in Egypt? ?”

And the famous tweeter on the Twitter site, “Mujtahid”, quoted sources close to the crown princes of Abu Dhabi and Riyadh that Tunisian President Qais Saeed is promised a $5 billion deposit in Tunisia if the coup succeeds in Tunisia.

Mujtahid added that Qais Saeed had obtained a definite promise that Tunisia would not enter into recession after the success of the coup, pointing out that through the electronic committees (Saudi Arabia and the UAE) they operated 700,000 electronic accounts on Facebook, most of which are robotic accounts to prepare for the coup and then support it.

Mujtahid: Qais Saeed’s coup to completely dislodge Al-Nahda

Mujtahid said that what is happening in Tunisia is a coup led by President Qais Saeed to completely remove Ennahda, following the method of Sisi’s coup to expel the Brotherhood.

He added that: The coup was carried out in cooperation with (Al-Sisi, Ibn Zayed, Ibn Salman and France).

He said that the demonstrations that took place in Tunisia under the name (October 25) were a charade similar to the June 30 demonstrations in Egypt.

And the famous tweeter continued: “The decision to dissolve parliament and the government did not abide by the president’s condition of consulting with the prime minister and the speaker of parliament, and thus it is unconstitutional.”

Mujtahid said, “The president’s plan is to monopolize power and launch a campaign against Ennahda, similar to Sisi’s campaign against the Brotherhood. The president is talking about a system of government similar to Gaddafi’s in popular assemblies as an alternative to parliament and elections.”

And participated in the preparation for the coup – according to Mujtahid – a Tunisian and Arab media network run by the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt behind the scenes and statements from various parties hostile to the Renaissance, the latest of which was from retired Admiral Kamal Akrout, who is classified as an Emirati agent, and who has been repudiated by most Tunisian authorities.

He stressed: The putschists pushed the largest number of mercenaries of the left-wing parties to go out to the street and pretend to celebrate the president’s decision, and because the numbers were not enough to prove the popular joy, Al-Arabiya and other media were forced to falsify and use pictures of old demonstrations and dubbing them as evidence of the overwhelming popular joy in the decision.

Mujtahid concluded by saying: Saudi Arabia and the UAE, despite their current disagreement, are in agreement to support this coup, and you will see this in the comments of the two countries’ media and their electronic flies.

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