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Friday June 29, 2018 - 23:31:21 in Daily News by Journalist Bashiir
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    UAE steals old and rare trees from Socotra Island

    UAE steals old and rare trees from Socotra Island

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UAE steals old and rare trees from Socotra Island Followers of the events of Yemen described the theft as being carried out under the guise of re-legitimacy where the theft of Yemen’s civilization and its benefits and the occupation of its islands and resources.
The "Blood of the Two Brothers” tree, one of the most important features of Socotra’s archipelago, is considered a rare tree. Its appearance in the streets of Dubai has angered many Yemenis and activists.

Activists accused the United Arab Emirates of stealing the rare "Blood of the Two Brothers” from Socotra and transferring them to Dubai.
"The UAE is looting the rare blood of two brothers from Socotra Island and taking it to the streets of Abu Dhabi,” he said. "What the UAE is doing in Yemen is the actions of an occupier.”
In turn, Yemeni activist Abbas al-Dhali said that the UAE acts as an occupier of Yemen, pointing out that the looting of the rare tree, stressing: "Saudi Arabia bear the actions of the UAE in Yemen.”
"Britain has occupied southern Yemen, 128 years, and has not thought of robbing and looting the” blood of the brothers "from the island of Socotra, as did the UAE, which came to liberate Yemen from the coup.
The account of "Mu’taz al-Yemeni” on Twitter, said: "The first robbery of Socotra brother blood trees,” referring to the UAE and the suspicious role in the Arab alliance.
Yemeni human rights activist Khaled al-Ansi said the rare brothers’ blood trees were being adorned in the streets of Dubai after the UAE stole them from Socotra.
Activist Abu Hussein al-Salahi said: "They robbed the blood tree of the brothers from the island of Socotra, to the streets of Dubai, thank you, stole the children of Zayed.”
Activist Mohammed al-Muhaimid said that the rare trees in the streets of the UAE are hanging on the streets of the UAE. "A stolen history, geography and plants,” he said.

In turn, the activist Ibrahim al-Kutbi said: "The occupation of the UAE in Yemen is one of its priorities, 1) the manufacture and training of militias and 2) the opening of secret prisons and the practice of discipline; 3) the occupation of ports; 4) the looting of trees and rare birds and protected islands; 5) the attempt to return Saleh and his son to the so- And militias control the South in the name of separation and restoration of division and 6) the disruption of Yemen.
Activists of Hashtak launched on the media sites to carry the label "# UAE_Sharq_Dem_Alkhawain”, in which they discussed the actions of the UAE in Yemen and its provocative actions.

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