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Khalifa condoles Bush

Posted on 14/09/2001

H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has strongly condemned the explosions in the United States, asserting the UAE solidarity and cooperation with the US and international community to fight and combat all forms of terrorism. In a cable sent to the US President, George Bush, Sheikh Khalifa offered his deep condolences to the US President, and the people of the US for the victims of the attacks on last Tuesday on ...  >>MORE

UAE says no proof linking nationals to US attacks

Posted on 13/09/2001

The United Arab Emirates and the United States have no evidence that any UAE nationals were aboard hijacked planes that smashed into U.S. buildings on Tuesday, a UAE government source said on Wednesday. The source told Reuters the UAE had been in touch with Washington over a report by the Boston Herald newspaper that two brothers among five Arabs identified as suspects in the attack on New York's World Trade Centre carried UAE passports. "Neither government has found any evidence of the ...  >>MORE

UAE Information and Culture Minister denounces attacks

Posted on 13/09/2001

UAE Information and Culture Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan on Tuesday denounced the "criminal and horrifying" attacks, saying they "necessitate a strong and comprehensive international campaign to eradicate terrorism in all its forms." UAE President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan also extended condolences to President Bush and the American people. ( REUTERS) ...  >>MORE

Global campaign to fight terrorism desperately needed

Posted on 13/09/2001

The UAE press called today for a concerted international effort to fight terrorism after Tuesday's terror attacks on the US's World Trade Centre and the Pentagon. The papers also urged Washington not to give ear to random and malicious analyses, provocations and allegations whose masterminds seek to make personal gains, with Israel leading a press campaign to point a finger of blame at Arabs and Muslims to achieve its aggressive purposes. The savage attacks on the US have put the ...  >>MORE

Al Shihi investigations

Posted on 13/09/2001

Acquaintances of Marwan Yusuf al-Shihi, a citizen of the United Arab Emirates believed to be one of those involved in the terrorist attacks in the United States on Tuesday, have been summoned by the UAE security authorities as part of efforts to collect information about him, an official Government source said today. The source said that: "The UAE security authorities today summoned a number of people believed to be acquaintances of al-Shihi and questioned them to obtain information about ...  >>MORE

UAE Minister calls Powell

Posted on 13/09/2001

Abu Dhabi, (WAM): UAE Foreign Minister Rashid Abdullah al-Nuaimi today called US Secretary of State Colin Powell to offer condolences on last Tuesday's attacks in the United States. On behalf of the leadership, Government and people of the UAE, Al-Nuaimi relayed to Powell the condolences of the UAE leadership, Government and people to President George W. Bush, the American people, and, in particular, the families of the victims of last Tuesday's criminal attacks. Al-Nuaimi also reiterated the ...  >>MORE

Al Dhahiri denounces terrorism

Posted on 13/09/2001

Abu Dhabi, (WAM) Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhahiri, Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf, has said that Islam abhors terrorism and that Islamic countries, before others in the world, were the first to express great concern over the phenomenon. Al Dhahiri, who made the remark in a statement to the Emirates News Agency, WAM, said that Muslim societies knew very well that Islam is a religion of compassion, justice, peace and cooperation among humanity, adding that Islamic countries, in ...  >>MORE

Paper says five arab men suspected

Posted on 13/09/2001

The Boston Herald newspaper on Wednesday quoted an unidentified source as saying authorities in Massachusetts had identified five Arab men as suspects in Tuesday's attack and had seized a rental car containing Arabic-language flight training manuals at Boston's Logan International Airport. Two of the men were brothers whose passports were traced to the UAE, the unidentified source told the Herald. One of the men was a trained pilot, the paper reported on its Web site. "We are aware of these ...  >>MORE

Two men suspected of links to US attacks carried Saudi passports

Posted on 13/09/2001

Two men identified by US authorities as possible suspects in the US terrorist attacks were carrying Saudi passports, United Arab Emirates state TV reported Wednesday. The two men, named as Wael Mohammed Al Shihri, and Ahmed Ibrahim Ali Al Hazzouni, also carried driving licenses issued by the UAE and had hired the car which was seized at Bostons Logan airport, from which the two jetliners which levelled the World Trade Centres twin towers took off. (AFP ) ...  >>MORE

US should exercise restraint in responding to attacks

Posted on 13/09/2001

Washington is demanded to resist the temptation to take rash revenge just to vent out its wrath, while US authorities and media are also demanded not to jump to conclusions and distance themselves from Zionist allegations against Arabs, the paper said, warning that Israel was trying to exploit the brutal acts to pit Western sentiment against Arabs and Muslims and to accuse them of terrorism. Arabs and the Muslim world have strongly condemned the savage attacks and voiced support for US's effort ...  >>MORE

Zayed/ Maktoum condole President Bush

Posted on 12/09/2001

President H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan, sent a cable of condolence to President George W. Bush on the victims of the criminal attacks occurred earlier in the day in the United States. H.H. Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has sent a similar cable of condolence to the US leader. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

UAE condemns US attacks

Posted on 12/09/2001

The United Arab Emirates today condemned the criminal attacks that occurred earlier in the day in the United States, causing huge loss of civilian lives and massive material damage. In a statement, Minister of Information and Culture Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan said: "The Government of the United Arab Emirates strongly condemns these terrorist attacks." "These criminal and horrifying attacks necessitate a strong and comprehensive international campaign to eradicate terrorism in all its ...  >>MORE

'U.S.-UAE partners for stability,' says the new U.S. Ambassador to the UAE

Posted on 02/09/2001

Washington (WAM) 'The United States and the UAE enjoy a strong relationship based upon mutual respect and extensive co-operation in many fields,' the new U.S. Ambassador Marcelle Wahba told foreign dignitaries and other guests at her swearing-in ceremony at the presence of Secretary of State Colin Powell at the Department of State here today. Praising the leadership of President H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the new U.S. Ambassador said, 'Under the extraordinary and wise leadership of ...  >>MORE

Anti-terrorism meet in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 07/01/2001

More than 200 people from various strategic organisations are taking part in an eight-day anti-terrorist workshop in the capital. The workshop, which got underway yesterday, is designed to train people in how to recognise and deal with a terrorist attack using nuclear, chemical or biological weapons. It is the first time training of this kind has been provided in the UAE The workshop has been organised by the General Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police in co-operation with the United States ...  >>MORE

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