"The war in Yemen has ended and remains to be officially stopped," the eminent Emirati academic Abdul Khaliq Abdullah said on Saturday, raising questions about the change in the political and military position of the Abu Dhabi authorities towards the Yemeni crisis. Military intervention in this country in March 2015.

The former adviser to Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Zayed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the former adviser to Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, disagrees with the declared official position of the UAE authorities, which denies withdrawing from Yemen, and stresses that what its forces carried out last month to reduce its numbers in some areas is " To whom".

The war in Yemen has ended and remains to be officially stopped and the UAE will henceforth put all its political and diplomatic weight to push for reconciliation and peace for the people of Yemen, which has suffered so much from the coup of the Iranian-backed Houthi group.

- Abdulkhaleq Abdulla (@Abdulkhaleq_UAE) August 3, 2019

"From now on, it will put all its political and diplomatic weight to push for reconciliation and achieve peace for the Yemeni people who have suffered the coup of the Iranian-backed Houthi group," he said.

UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash

The redeployment in Hodeidah is the outcome of an extensive dialogue in the alliance and we agreed with Saudi Arabia on the strategy of the next phase in Yemen. In the Iranian file, our common position is to avoid confrontation and political action. Doha seeks to fish in troubled waters by exaggerating a routine meeting.

- Dr. Anwar Gargash (@AnwarGargash) August 2, 2019

Abdullah's talk coincides with recent UAE moves to calm the situation with Iran, both in terms of Gulf water tensions or the Yemeni file, a change in the policy of Abu Dhabi, which has long accused Tehran of supporting the Houthis politically and militarily in their coup against Yemen's legitimacy. President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi.

Achieving peace begins with the departure of the alliance of betrayal and the Yemenis will reconcile and they are aware of their interests ..
Alliance experience with you enough lesson for reconciliation

- Abbas al-Dhali (@abbasaldhaleai) August 3, 2019

Critical responses
The former adviser to the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, Tazidha, drew many reactions from the oppressors, who in the dark dominated criticism of the policies of the UAE and the alliance led by Riyadh in general towards Yemen, focusing on the legacy of the intervention of the alliance to exacerbate the problems of Yemenis.

Yesterday I said that Yemen will not be united today
Today, the war is over.
You planted the militias and assassinated the imams of mosques and built the prisons
You have committed all the crimes. You are ugly and you have been beautiful. You have fought against the patriots to make up Hani Ben Brik,
This is a revenge that the Yemenis will take

- Ghazi al-Mehairsi (@ghazealfqeeh) August 3, 2019

The Yemeni monarch criticized the UAE's efforts to establish militias in the south of Yemen and to support Yemeni political forces in the south. Of secession represented in the Southern Transitional Council.

First, this is a defeat against Iran
Second, after the Houthi militias were with us now, after your alliance, the militia became everywhere
Thirdly, you have supported the militia, opened prisons and ignited strife among the people, and you will be prosecuted in international courts
Finally, you have proved in the first war that you are committing, that you are the most unsuccessful alliance in the world

- Ahmed Hazaa (Ibb) (@ ahmedhzaa71) August 3, 2019

Other Moroccans saw that Abdullah's talk about the withdrawal of the UAE from the war in Yemen was a recognition of defeat against Iran. In contrast, another emphatic pointed out that the UAE's academic journal indicated that the UAE's policies in Yemen were wrong because it led to the destruction of the country instead of achieving peace.

A successful step, even if it was late, some of the most important reconstruction of the old coalition.

- Hm-alshahwani (@ FbrL02oHjcDzZUY) August 3, 2019

Other views
On the other hand, some activists chanted in Twitter in support of the UAE academic press. One of them described the step as successful, although it came late, stressing the need to focus on rebuilding the war destroyed in Yemen.

This person represents the UAE and his words are not true and take the flag of Hell @ AnwarGargash
👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 pic.twitter.com/lPLvtiioiW

- Abdullah bin Dafna (@bn_dfna) August 3, 2019

However, an Emirati expatriate said that Abdullah does not represent the official position of the state, and that the latter's knowledge of the policy passes through the consideration of the statements of government officials, and published a tweet to the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash, in which he talks about the strength of the Saudi-UAE alliance in Yemen.