Our wise leadership provided a great model for caring for the Martyrs’ families.
Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter
Dar Al-Ber Society assured that the ‘Martyrs of The Nation’ are the first model in the UAE of sacrifice and redemption for the sake of its people, its stability, its future, its factors, and the preservation of its achievements and gains. They represent a bright symbol for the love of the nation, belonging and loyalty to its leadership and they are ‘icon of the homeland’, pride and source of the pride of all its children.
Abdullah Ali Bin Zayed Al Falasi, the Executive Director of Dar Alber, said that the children of the martyrs, their fathers and their wives are given priority in the UAE, and among its kind and sincere people, in a restoration of gratitude for the martyrs who sacrificed their souls and blood for the sake of the UAE, stressing the importance of consolidating the status of our martyrs in the memory of the homeland and its sons, through expressive and thoughtful activities, and by introducing their heroism and stories of their sacrifices in the educational and academic curricula, and the publication of books and specialized studies on their biographies and their contributions to the nation.
Abdullah Ali Bin Zayed Al Falasi said that, “Our wise leadership provided a great model for caring for the Martyrs’ families, gather around them and provide them with all support possible, to keep them in the eyes of the nation and all of its children, in fulfillment to their fathers, who form a vibrant heart for the love of UAE and work to protect it, and a living spirit that motivates us to continue the national work sincerely and diligently.”
The Union Coop, the largest Consumer Cooperative in the UAE honored the memory of the Emirati Martyrs on the occasion of ‘Commemoration Day’ by hoisting the National flag half-mast in all of its 17 branches and Commercial centres (Etihad Mall and Al Barsha Mall), to honor the sacrifices and dedication of Emiratis who sacrificed their lives for their country.
On the occasion, Khalid Humaid Bin Diban Al Falasi, CEO of Union Coop said: “The United Arab Emirates celebrates ‘commemoration Day’ to demonstrate our appreciation and pride towards the sacrifices and dedication of our fallen warriors brethren in order to uphold the National flag and maintaining stability throughout the region and to emphasize the values of loyalty, sacrifice and redemption for the nation as a solid approach derived from our true Islamic religion, and as a leading national institution we pay tribute to our brave martyrs.” He added, “On this auspicious occasion, on which the entire nation of the UAE implies the attributes of heroism and sacrifice, we praise and recognize our brave martyrs, who wrote an immortal chapter of courage and glory.”
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