Welcome to United Arab Emirates (UAE)
United Arab Emirates (UAE)

United Arab Emirates Government
Ministry of Justice United Arab Emirates

Latest population

Abu Dhabi

Independence Day
December 2 1971

United Arab Emirates National Anthem
Long Live my Homeland

Live my country, the unity of our Emirates lives
You have lived for a nation
Whose religion is Islam and guide is theQur'an
I made you stronger in Allah's name, oh homeland

My country, My country, My country, My country
God has protected you from the evils of the time
We have sworn to build and work
Work sincerely, work sincerely

As long as we live, we will be sincere
The safety has lasted and the flag has lived oh our Emirates
The symbol of Arabism
We all sacrifice for you, we supply you with our blood
We sacrifice for you with our souls oh homeland

United Arab Emirates Dirham

Emergency numbers

Arabic (official)

Police, Political parties

United Arab Emirates - Dubai Police Force
Agency overview
Legal personality : Governmental Government agency

Operational structure
Headquarters : Al Twar, Dubai UAE
Agency executive : Chief of Police

Website : https://www.dubaipolice.gov.ae/wps/portal/home/home

For detailed and more information, see the source

United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi Police
Agency overview : Formed 1957; 61 years ago
Legal personality : Governmental Government agency

Operational structure
Headquarters : Abu Dhabi, Al Sa'ada Street,UAE
Elected officer responsible : Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior
Agency executive : Chief of Police

Website : https://www.adpolice.gov.ae/en/Pages/home.aspx

For detailed and more information, see the source

United Arab Emirates Political parties
UAE is a de jure non-partisan semi-democratic state since all political parties were outlawed. The Federal National Council (al-Majlis al-Watani al-Ittihadi) is the UAE’s parliamentary body and consists of 40 members, representing the Emirates, half appointed by the rulers of the constituent states and the other half elected to serve two-year terms, with only advisory tasks.

Interesting facts
Located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf with a population of 2,327,000 residents (at the end of 2014), Dubai is the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

In addition to being a leading global city, Dubai is one of the seven emirates that make up the country known as the United Arab Emirates or simply the “Emirates” or the “UAE.”

Established in December, 1971, the seven emirates of UAE are Abu Dhabi (which serves as the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain. Each emirate is governed by an absolute monarch; together the monarchs make up the Federal Supreme Council. One of the seven monarchs is selected as the President of the United Arab Emirates.

Dubai and Abu Dhabi are the only two of the seven emirates to have veto power over critical matters of national importance in the United Arab Emirates legislature.

Although English is widely used, Arabic is the official language of Dubai and the United Arab Emirates.

Islam is the official religion of Dubai and the UAE.

UAE nationals, called Emiratis, make up only 10-15 percent of the Dubai population. The other 85 percent of residents are expatriates, many of whom either have been in the country for generations or were born in the UAE. Approximately 85 percent of the expatriate population is Asian, chiefly Indian (51%), Pakistani (16%), Bangladeshis (9%) and Filipinos (3%.)
Dubai is approximately 52 feet above sea level and covers an area of 1,588 sq. miles. About 88 sq. miles of Dubai are the result of land reclaimed from the sea.

The currency of Dubai is the dirham. Currently, 1 US Dollar equals 3.67 United Arab Emirates Dirham.

Dubai’s Burj Khalifa – rising to a height of 2,722 feet – is the world’s tallest building.

Visitors to Burj Khalifa can pay to visit one of two outdoor observation decks.

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