International Campaign to Boycott UAE welcomes Senator Elizabeth Warren Demands on UAE-Yemen Mercenaries

Oct 23 2018
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The International Campaign to Boycott UAE welcomes Senator Elizabeth Warren Demands on UAE-Yemen Mercenaries and invite the American decision makers to adopt her demands fully and immediately. The campaign calls on the American House of Representatives and the Senates to step up their grip on the rogue and illegal activities of UAE and its mercenary companies in the US and across the World.

The campaign has been calling on ending the activities of UAE mercenaries in Yemen for almost a year. It has issued a number of reports and statements which denounced such activities. The campaign extended similar demands to these of Senator Warren to the UN, and International Criminal Court.

“We are very worried that the American security and mercenary companies are working publicly and openly to supply UAE with its military needs in Yemen. Such proxy war is inflaming the situation and contributing to the current instability. The US must end its blind eye police towards the practise of UAE and Saudi Arabia in Yemen.” Said Henry Green, Campaign spokesperson

Green added that the UAE’s recruitment activities for international mercenaries has dramatically accused in the last 9 months as the failure to end Yemen war became clearer.

The senator’s request comes after BuzzFeed News uncovered the targeted assassination program carried out by American veterans on behalf of the United Arab Emirates.

According to Buzzfeednews, Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren is demanding that the Trump administration investigate whether former American service members violated US law in acting as mercenaries to carry out a monthslong, for-profit targeted assassination program in Yemen.

It’s worth noting that BuzzFeed News revealed that the United Arab Emirates, a Middle Eastern monarchy, hired a private American company, Spear Operations Group, to carry out targeted assassinations beginning in December 2015. Spear, in turn, hired former US special operations soldiers to conduct the campaign.