Abdel-Khaliq Abdullah, former aide of UAE Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Zayid, threatened Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hamas, noting that they would not be dealt with patiently, Al-Mesryoon reported yesterday.
On Twitter, Abdullah wrote: “Saudi media does not oppose Turkey, it has its abilities and appreciation, but it is a national responsibility for Erdogan’s attack on Saudi Arabia and the exposure of his obvious hostility to its symbols. We have been patient and Erdogan and his party bear what will come in the coming days.”
Commenting on the situation in Sudan, he wrote: “The Syndicate of the Sudanese Professionals is calling for arresting Al-Bashir and prosecuting him along with the symbols of his regime.”
“The Sudanese people will never forger that Al-Bashir was just a façade for the Muslim Brotherhood’s rule and its regime is the clearest evidence of what happens when political Islam dominates and monopolizes governance, resulting in corruption, tyranny and destruction. Sudan is an example, as are Iran and the Gaza Strip.”
تجمع المهنيين السودانيين يطالب باعتقال البشير ومحاكمته مع أركان نظامه. فالشعب السوداني لن ينسى ان البشير كان مجرد واجهة لحكم الاخوان المسلمين ونظامه أنصع دليل على ما يحدث عندما يهيمن الاسلام السياسي ويحتكر الحكم، النتيجة فساد واستبداد وخراب. السودان مثالا وكذلك ايران وقطاع غزة
— Abdulkhaleq Abdulla (@Abdulkhaleq_UAE) April 14, 2019
Abdullah retweeted a report issued by Turkey’s Anadolu Agency which stated that the Saudi media had been accelerating Riyadh’s hostility against Ankara.
This came, the report stated, as a result of Turkey’s support for Qatar, which was besieged by Saudi, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt in 2017, and following the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul.