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Doubts about Role of Emirates Intelligence in Liquidation of Alaa Al-Siddiq

News – Middle East – UAE: The UAE media has strongly reinforced doubts about the role of Abu Dhabi intelligence in orchestrating the assassination of Alaa Al-Siddiq, a human rights activist and Emirati opposition.

The UAE media sought to promote that Alaa Al-Siddiq wanted to return to her country without presenting any evidence of that in an open attempt to absolve the Emirati regime of its relationship with orchestrating the liquidation of the human rights activist.

Jurists and close associates have denied what the UAE media outlets have circulated, pointing out that she has been living with her family for years in Britain as she is wanted by the Emirati regime, which punished all family members by withdrawing their citizenship.

The activist also recently assumed the position of Director of the ALQST Foundation for Human Rights and is involved in many human rights and media activities to expose human rights violations in the UAE and the Arab region.

Emirati jurists and opponents raised widespread doubts about the relationship of the Emirati regime to orchestrating the liquidation of Alaa Al-Siddiq through a deliberate traffic accident in Britain.

According to media sources, the accident took place in the city of Oxford, and the scene was closed, while the British police announced the opening of a wide investigation into the accident and its circumstances, without ruling out any possibilities.

Initial investigations revealed that the brakes of the car that the late Alaa Al-Siddiq was driving had been tampered with, which led to the accident.

The incident brings to mind the fate of the famous Emirati businesswoman, Fayza al-Buraiki, who fled to London and was granted the status of a "political refugee", but she soon met a tragic fate when she was liquidated in a hideous manner in early 2016 after a renter threw her in front of the wheels of the train in Britain.

 

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