Prominent Emirati academic calls UAE leadership “corrupt gang” and “government of bars”

Prominent Emirati academic calls UAE leadership “corrupt gang” and “government of bars”

Prominent Emirati academic Professor Yousef al-Yousef, has on Wednesday criticises the UAE government, describing it as “a government of bars and real estate, as a result of corruption and prostitution in the UAE.”

Yousef al-Yousef said in a tweet: “The government of bars and real estate in the UAE. The country continues to internationalise, and it has flooded citizens with an ocean of foreigners in the name of tourism.”

He added: “Vice has also been introduced in the name of development. The government recognised the Zionist entity that occupies the holy places and kills women and children, in the name of tolerance.”

“Didn’t we tell you that the UAE is ruled by a corrupt and puppet gang?” he concluded.

Followers of the UAE professor expressed their indignation at the UAE regime and its role in spreading vice and corruption throughout the region.

Earlier, Channel 7 revealed that the first shipment of Zionist settlement products to the UAE had been launched.

The shipment included “olive oil, honey and wine”, and was sent by a winery in the illegal Zionist settlement of Psagot, which is located on Palestinian land near Ramallah in the West Bank.

The channel confirmed that the process of marketing wine began early for businessmen and others from foreign countries residing in Dubai.

Yossi Dagan, the head of the West Bank Settlements Council, described sending settlement products to the UAE as a “historic day” for the illegal settlements.

Dagan expressed his hope that similar products would be transferred to other Arab countries soon and called for increased settlement construction.

The push for the settlement of one million Israelis in settlements in the West Bank is part of a plan to boost the Zionist entity as an economic power.

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