Webinar

2022.01.21 UTC 15 H (10H Washington DC; 16H Brussels; 19H Abu Dhabi)

ABU DHABI AIRPORT ATTACK

THE IRAN CONNECTION

Last Monday, the Yemeni Ansar Allah (also known as ‘Houthis’) launched an attack on the Abu Dhabi International Airport – where several European countries have military facilities – causing important damages and at least three fatalities. The Ansar Allah is part of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps network led by the Iranian regime and has been waging war against Yemeni authorities in the last decade. In order to debate the meaning of this attack, ARCHumankind will promote a webinar moderated by its director, Paulo Casaca, with the participation of Ellie Cohanim, journalist and former Deputy Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism at the United States Department of State; Manel Msalmi, International affairs advisor to a Member of the European Parliament and President of the liberal party’s women section in Brussels city, and Irina Tsukerman, human rights and national security attorney as well as New York-based analyst.

2022.01.21 UTC 15 H (10H Washington DC; 16H Brussels; 19H Abu Dhabi)

The webinar will run in Streamyard, and can be followed in https://www.facebook.com/archumankind/ and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkYnRp2izQjQeUqsofjSaCg

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Webinar ABU DHABI Airport Attack – The Iran Connection

On January 21, 2022, ARCHumankind organised an online seminar regarding the attack on the Abu Dhabi International Airport by the Yemeni Ansar Allah, also known as the ‘Houthis’. The terror assault against this internationally crucial infrastructure, where some European countries have military facilities, caused severe damages, and led to at least three fatalities. The group is part of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) network led by the Iranian regime and has been waging war against Yemeni authorities throughout the last decade. 

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