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Human Rights Watch calls on Washington not to sell arms to the UAE until it stops interfering in Libya.

Human Rights Watch urged the United States not to complete the proposed arms sales to the UAE; Until it curb unlawful air strikes against Libya and Yemen, and stop providing military support to “brutal forces” in both countries.

In a report on Tuesday, the organization called on the UAE authorities to investigate the alleged violations of which it is accused of having committed in Libya and Yemen, “according to what was reported by” Voice of America “.

The organization stressed that the American authorities ignore the evidence of the air strikes in Libya and elsewhere, noting that the US officials ’desire to reward the UAE for recognizing Israel must not involve complicity in the unlawful killing in Libya and Yemen.

It is worth noting that 29 human rights organizations issued a statement opposing the US sale of 23 billion dollars worth of combat aircraft, missiles and drones to the UAE, because it has more harm to civilians in Libya and Yemen.

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