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2020 Comes – How 2019 ‘Year of (in)Tolerance’ For The UAE

January 3, 2020


Hello friends Wellcome To Another Video The United Arab Emirates planned for 2019 to be its “Year of Tolerance, And Announced 2019 will be spent as a Year of tolerance The United Arab Emirates planned for 2019 to be its “Year of Tolerance, in simple words it means
(BEARWITH) marked by a slew of progressive initiatives across schools and governments. But unfortunately all projects were overshadowed by a series of blunders were overshadowed by a series of blunders, For Them, Year of Tolerance became (In)Tolerance From the escape of Princess Haya because of fear for her safety And then national gender balance awards Given to men Morover here’s how it went wrong for the UAE in 2019. here’s how it went wrong for the UAE in 2019. we are going to discuss all about this today UAE 2019 will be remembered as the Year of tolerance here’s how it went wrong for the UAE in 2019. Dubai’s government-owned Emirates airline covered a plane in “Year of Tolerance” branding Year of Tolerance-themed Christmas trees went up in December in Abu Dhabi, and in Dubai Year of Tolerance-themed Christmas trees went up in December in Abu Dhabi, and in Dubai But the UAE was the subject of a series of high-profile, negative news stories year in 2019 But the UAE was the subject of a series of high-profile, negative news stories year in 2019 While the building of Dubai’s first Hindu temple and the first-ever visit by a Pope to the UAE ITs all starts with January when UN demands release of Emirati rights defender Ahmed Mansoor who was sentenced to 10 years in jail and given a ($272,000) fine for criticizing the government in 2017 who was sentenced to 10 years in jail and given a ($272,000) fine for criticizing the government in 2017 In April 2019 Mansoor went on a hunger strike to protest an unfair trial Mansoor went on a hunger strike to protest an unfair trial But, Mansoor is still in jail Mansoor is still in jail But After this the UAE was criticised by the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. the UAE was criticised by the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. In january 2019, When the government of Dubai held its annual “gender balance” awards And Men take all the prizes at “gender balance” awards Men take all the prizes at Dubai’s “gender balance” awards The BBC, Washington Post, New York Times, and Guardian were amongst news outlets to publish criticism of the results Because according to UN Human Development Reports the United Arab Emirates is actually one of the leaders in the Middle East for gender balance And Also In January A British man was beaten only for wearing Qatar football shirt A British man was beaten for wearing Qatar football shirt British-Sudanese security guard “Ali Esa Ahmed” attacked by Emirati security personnel for wearing a Qatari jersey to a soccer match in the UAE for wearing a Qatari jersey to a soccer match in the UAE This was the year of tolerance In June 2017 The UAE attorney general said that anyone expressing pro-Qatar sentiments would face up to 15 years in prison and a fine of at least 500,000 dirhams Well Ali Esa put to jail But Because of being a UK citizen and a lot of criticizing on UAE he was allowed to return to the UK in February After returning to Uk He said “I thought 100% that I was going to die in the UAE UAE found to have hacked phones of government critics UAE found to have hacked phones of government critics with the help of US intelligence experts other than that In march Woman arrested Because In 2016 Facebook post calling her ex-husband’s new wife “a horse” 2016 Facebook post calling her ex-husband’s new wife “a horse” In March, western media jumped on the story that a British mother was arrested in UAE Laleh Shahravresh and her teenage daughter were detained Laleh Shahravresh and her teenage daughter were detained when they flew to Dubai to attend her the funeral of her former partner, who lived in Dubai On UAE cyber crime laws she sentenced with two years in jail and a $65,000 fine Well, was finally freed in mid-April after paying an $800 fine And Who Forget July Princess Haya Makes headlines Who Revealed The Real face Of Dubai to the world Princess Haya’s case garnered huge media coverage from all over the world After that, Sheikha Latifa’s story back into the conversation. Sheikha Latifa’s story back into the conversation. Before this only few people knows about Latifa case August 2019, UAE honours Indian leader, The highest civilian honour award I think this was a foolish decision Because all terrible things MODI doing in India, Everybody knows on this matter, international media also criticized on UAE Everything Modi Did and doing in INDIA With Muslims Everything Modi Did and doing in INDIA With Muslims International media is against on Modi latest moves So, Friends, This was the Dubai or the UAE’s 2019 Year Of Tolerance What do You Think About It Let me Know In Comments If you Liked The video Hit the Like Button

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