He added that the UAE valued and respected Tunisian women.
In Tunisia anger has been building after women said they had been banned at Tunis airport from boarding Emirates flights to Dubai.
For instance, Masrawy published a video interview with one “Aisha,” another Tunisian girl who said she had met a Muslim woman who spoke of the importance of piety, including wearing the hijab and traveling to Syria to help the jihadis “fight and kill infidels” and make Allah’s word supreme, adding that “women who die would do so in the way of Allah and become martyrs and enter paradise.” At any rate, by the time war broke out in Syria, Lamia’s mind was “dough for the cleric to mold any which way he wanted.” He proceeded to send her to Benghazi, Libya, and from there to Turkey, and then to Aleppo, Syria.
There she found many women and young girls residing in an old hospital that had been turned into a campsite.
A man claiming to be the “emir” of the sexual campground met her saying his name was Abu Ayoub, the Tunisian.