Mohamed visits Amina Al Marashda

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan speaks with the sons of Amna Salem Hamdan Al Marashda (Wam)

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, emphasised the pride of the UAE's wise leadership by Emirati women who translate their deep-rooted values and loyalty to the precious homeland.

Sheikh Mohamed said: ''Every time our Emirati mothers provide a role model and valuable moral lessons in education, sacrifice, loyalty and belonging to the country, words cannot describe or express these stances as they represent very precious meanings."

Sheikh Mohamed made the remarks while visiting Amina Salem Hamdan Al Marashda at her residence in Kalba, Sharjah. She has been a role model for Emirati women who sent her seven sons to the battlefield to discharge their duties as she asked them to perform their national duty one by one.

The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi said that the honourable stances of the mother Amina Al Marashda is a source of pride for all of us due to their noble and superior national symbols which aim to promote the country's position.

He added: ''Such kinds of stories should be written in the history of the UAE as they represent great models that should be narrated to the new generation as well as tell the love process of this precious land."

He added, '' We all feel pride of her deeds and stances which reflect the meaning of loyalty."

Sheikh Mohamed hailed the courage of the sons of the late Humaid Obaid Al Nahm Al Marashda and their persistence to participate in the battlefields and national and humanitarian duty under all conditions and circumstances.

He added, "We feel pride of this family's principles which are based on love of the nation and sacrifice for its sake, values that are notably seen in every house in this good land."

Sheikh Mohamed emphasised that the sacrifices of all Emiratis and their persistence in carrying out their national duty are like a guide for us as they represent the pride of the nation and its stability.

Sheikh Mohamed re-affirmed that the UAE is growing and developing thanks to the contributions of Emiratis, who believe in its message and principles and sacrifice themselves to defend its name and promote its position. '' Now, it is their right to memorise their names and our generations should be proud of their sacrifices."

The sons of the late Humaid Obaid Al Nahm Al Marashda expressed their happiness and honour at the visit of Sheikh Mohamed, stressing they are all loyal soldiers who serve the country in all fields of national duty and they are uniting, with other Emirati soldiers and Emiratis, behind the wise leadership at all times and locations.

The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi was accompanied by Najla bint Mohammed Al Awar, Minister of Community Development, Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouei, Under-Secretary of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince's Court, and Lt. General Isa Saif bin Ablan Al Mazrouei, Deputy Chief of Staff of the UAE Armed Forces.

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Senior military officers received the martyrs' bodies at a special ceremony at the airport.

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The Arab Parliament has mourned UAE servicemen Zayed Ali Al Kaabi and Mohammed Obaid Al Hammoudi, who were martyred while performing their duty as part of the Saudi-led Arab coalition's ‘Operation Restoring Hope' in Yemen to restore legitimacy.

The Speaker of Arab Parliament, Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Jarwan, expressed his heartfelt condolences and solace on behalf of the Arab nation to the wise leadership and families of the two martyrs as well as to the UAE people.

Al Jarwan said, ''The Arab nation will not forget its brave sons who were martyred while defending its pride and dignity. I wish Allah Almighty to rest them in Paradise and to grant patience and solace to their families."

 

 

 

 

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