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Dubai's foreign population has expanded rapidly in recent years as expatriates flocked to the Gulf Arab trade and tourism hub for its tax-free earnings and year-round sunshine.The changes have challenged the Emirati population, which is now vastly outnumbered by foreigners.
What he did not realise was that the first few seconds of the video captured a cabin crew member emptying the ends of a glass into a bottle.Actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards.We are currently investigating the incident,” a spokesperson was quoted.Iryna Nohai and her South African partner, Emlyn Culverwell‚ 29, have been detained without charge in Abu Dhabi since, the BBC reports."The South African government is aware of the case, but unfortunately cannot provide legal assistance" regarding what it says is UAE law, a rep tells News24.The new population dynamics are raising local concern that their emirate's rapid pace of growth is a threat to their social and religious identity. An Emirates spokeswoman declined to comment on the case as it was still ongoing.
The paper said the case emerged after the flight attendant's husband filed a lawsuit against his wife a year ago accusing her of being in an illicit relationship with her supervisor.
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Drinking in licensed establishments is permitted under UAE law for non-Muslims.
And so many women have asked for assistance the Foreign Office has been deluged with demands for help.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has recorded 1,350 female detentions in the Emirates over the past five years for a variety of crimes.
The UAE uses elements of Sharia law and the death penalty is carried out by firing squad and stoning in the case of adultery."I am not able to provide figures for either the number of women who have complained they have been prevented from having access to a lawyer, or for those who have complained that they have not received a fair trial."A manual search of approximately 1,350 case files is the number of our individual arrest/detention cases in UAE to date since 1 August 2011."Each record totalled an average of 50 pages of data".