After all, the UAE has joined the coalition against ISIS and has just named CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) to its list of terrorist organizations.
An Emirati woman arrested on suspicion of fatally stabbing a U.S. teacher in a bathroom at a United Arab Emirates mall also is accused of placing a handmade bomb in front of an American doctor’s house. According to a diplomatic source, the woman arrested was of Yemeni origin and had traveled back and forth to Yemen “multiple times.”
The alleged attacker was fully covered, donning an abaya — a black, full-length gown traditionally worn by Emirati women — black gloves, a face cover and a hijab, or head scarf, police said. She fled the mall after the attack but was caught at her home and arrested. Police believe the American teacher, who was the mother of three children, did not know the attacker.
The U.S. Embassy in Abu Dhabi issued a statement, back in October, warning U.S. citizens of an anonymous Internet post that encouraged attacks against teachers at American and other international schools.