Reputation, reputation, reputation! Oh, I have lost my reputation!

Reputation of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates!
January 02, 2014

Reputation, reputation, reputation! Oh, I have lost my reputation! I have lost the immortal part of myself, and what remains is bestial. My reputation, Iago, my reputation! [Cassio - Act II, scene iii]: William Shakespeare, Othello

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India should fulfill its due international obligations to ensure the rights to all individuals
Serious failures and inadequacies to comply with statutory or regulatory obligations on the part of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) have been involved in a series of incidents in the recent years. Latest in the series is a diplomatic rift between the United States and India over the treatment meted out to Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, an accused in New York on multiple crimes. The whole country is now escalating into a major diplomatic furor to save Ms. Khobragade. Such a spear-headed attack has never been made in the past by India to save its citizens who were in much troubled situation in foreign countries. The prolonged struggle of Overseas Indians in the Gulf Countries

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‘India’s national shame’

‘India’s national shame’
25 October, 2013: Delhi

The establishments of institutional arrangements for the welfare of ‘Overseas Indian Community’, as highlighted by the Government of India, are intentionally deceptive, untruthful and purport to demonstrate that there are procedural remedies or tactics.

Overseas-Indian-Affairs-Ministry-Migrant-RightsIn January 30, 2013 endeavours were made by this petitioner towards a strategy formulation and implementation of ‘Mutual Human Rights Law and Reparation Mechanisms’ between the Government of India and the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries, mandating our elected representatives and officials to eliminate discrimination and imbalances of Overseas Indians working in different countries. (‘Indo-Gulf reparation mechanisms’)

The Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi has written to the petitioner that the Government of India has established various arrangements for the welfare of Indian community and assistance to the distressed Indians abroad. (Letter: May 02, 2013).

Soon after the second reminder of the petitioner, the ministry wrote insistently, vide its letter that whatever the Ministry had written about it are only their ‘VISION’ and nothing else. The captions may hence, not be treated as confirmations. (Letter: July 09, 2013).

When the information sought under Right To Information Act, the Ministry of Labour & Employment has confirmed the MOU with GCC countries etc., to be treated as NIL (Letter: July 19, 2013)

Serious failures and inadequacies to comply with statutory or regulatory obligations on the part of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and the ‘Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs’ (MOIA) now stand proved by the subsequent communications received by the petitioner from the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India”.

The dreadful truth is, the bureaucrats in both the Ministries are pretend to be public servants, all the while they are greedy blood-suckers selling a vast majority of Indian workforce to all forms of modern-day slavery, to the so called Gulf States. On the receiving end, these migrants are exposed to gross violation of Human Rights and exploitation without due respect of their life and dignity.

About the Author:
P.K. Jabir is a torture survivor of inside the regime’’s brutal prison in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and most importantly a THREE times of ‘Judgment Creditor’ (winner) from the Legal Courts of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Unfortunately, the law of the land is worth nothing, instead of enforcing the Court Orders, the victim had to undergo extremes of violence and abuse by State Police of Abu Dhabi, which no human being can withstand. Read more

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The book also exposes ‘the Myths and reality’ of the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs & Ministry of Indian External Affairs.

The bureaucrats in both the Ministries (MOIA & MEA) are pretends to be public servants, all the while they are greedy blood suckers selling Indian workforce to the so called Gulf States, no matter how deeply their wounds may run. Indian migrants in the Gulf countries are continue to be exposed to the gross violation of Human Rights and exploitation, without due respect of their life and dignity.

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Allegations of Torture in the UAE Require Action

Allegations of Torture in the UAE Require Action
21/10/2013 Huffington Post UK

Over the past year there have been a number of allegations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that authorities are torturing prisoners. Defendants in a trial of political dissidents, three Britons held in Dubai and two Syrians have come out to say they have been tortured. Now, smuggled handwritten letters by Egyptian prisoners facing trial over alleged Muslim Brotherhood links say that they have been tortured as well.

The reaction from authorities has been to either ignore allegations or dismiss them as fantasy. This approach undermines the UAE’s commitment to the United Nations (UN) Convention Against Torture, which authorities signed up to in July 2012. In each case of alleged torture there has been an emphatic failure to conduct a thorough and impartial investigation.

It is of grave concern that authorities in the UAE are being allowed to misappropriate a crucial treaty for the purposes of furthering a broadly positive international image. Shortly after signing up to the Convention Against Torture, the UAE won a seat on the UN Human Rights Council at the same time as Human Rights Watch were reporting on enforced disappearances and torture in the country. Whilst Emirati authorities fail to meet their obligations it is difficult to conclude anything other than their very public commitment to human rights is nothing but a public relations exercise.

Handwritten letters by Egyptian prisoners include allegations consistent with those made by others, with prisoners saying they have been subjected to beatings, electric shocks and exposed to extremes of temperature in solitary confinement. Prisoners say guards have threatened them with HIV infection, sexual abuse and death while revealing that when they complain to the prosecutor, he has threatened them with further torture if they do not admit the charges against them.

The trial of these Egyptians is due to start on November 5th, when defendants will face charges of illegally establishing a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood in the UAE. It is crucial that authorities address these allegations prior to trial, otherwise the process will have little credibility. Authorities must approach this with impartiality in line with Article 12 of the Convention Against Torture, which requires an investigation wherever there is reasonable ground to believe an act of torture has been committed.

Concerns about the fairness of a trial for the Egyptians have been raised with the release of a report by the International Commission of Jurists that described a similar trial, that of the UAE 94, as ‘manifestly unfair’. It should be noted that of the 61 men currently serving prison sentences from that trial, 20 of them are on hunger strike protesting against alleged mistreatment by prison authorities.

The link between the UAE 94 and the trial of the Egyptians is clear to see. Both groups are accused of conspiratorial Muslim Brotherhood activities, which is the bogeyman of the day for Emirati authorities when dealing with political opponents. Indeed, the role of the UAE in Egypt’s military coup has been called into question following an interview with Ahmed Shafiq in which the former Egyptian Prime Minister admitted the UAE had given weapons to the Egyptian army prior to the massacres at Rabaa al-Adawiyya and Al Nahda.

There is a clear disconnect between the commitment to protect human rights made by the UAE and the reality of their actions in dealing with a political group they dislike and citizens who call for democratic reforms. Authorities have committed to preventing torture and sit on the Human Rights Council, yet fail to uphold their treaty obligations and openly support massacres by the army in Egypt.

At the heart of the issue here are human stories. The Sonbol family of Egypt is a tragic case in point. Ali Sonbol is an Egyptian who was arrested in the UAE on December 19th 2012 and is accused of illegal Muslim Brotherhood activities. He claims to have been severely beaten by prison guards, leaving him with a number of serious injuries. Tragically, Ali Sonbol’s 24-year-old son was killed in the massacre at Rabaa al-Awawiyya in August. Given that Ali Sonbol is being held at a secret prison it is unclear if he knows his son has been murdered. This family has suffered the full brunt of the UAE’s policies in aggressively attacking anyone associated with the Muslim Brotherhood.

It is a sad state of affairs when a country is allowed to, quite clearly, abuse the just cause of protecting human rights. For the Convention Against Torture and Human Rights Council to be effective it is vital that the UAE are demanded to investigate all credible allegations of torture. This includes the case of the Egyptian prisoners, the UAE 94, the three Britons and that of the two Syrians. Until that happens, the UAE are being allowed to make a mockery of the international protection of human rights with families like the Sonbols left to suffer the horrific consequences.
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Photograph: Abu Dhabi Police ‘UAE ‘failing to tackle prison torture’
Country accused of ignoring allegations of political prisoners being severely abused.

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Justice for Torture Worldwide. Law, Practice and Agendas for Change

Justice for Torture Worldwide. Law, Practice and Agendas for Change
Published By REDRESS October 2013

REDRESS Report forms an integral part of the REDRESS initiative Reparation for Torture: Global Sharing of Expertise, supported by the European Union through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights. The Report brings together the wealth of expertise generated and the experience shared in the course of this work, focusing on comparative law and practice relating to accountability and reparation.

ENFORCEMENT OF UAE JUDGMENTS: TRANSNATIONAL LITIGATION AND ARBITRATION

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The petitioner, who is a UAE torture survivor of inside the regime’s brutal prison in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and most importantly a THREE times of ‘Judgment Creditor’ from the Legal Courts of Abu Dhabi, and still frustrated in the course of enforcing his judgments. He is now aimed to take his case to the next level of courts, the “International Court of Justice and Arbitral Tribunals”.

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Introduction
Torture has many faces. It is both secretive and ubiquitous, an intensely personal ordeal and a practice that affects society as a whole. While its particular features frequently have a local imprint, its prevalence is truly worldwide. This double nature is also reflected in global efforts to combat torture. Prevention of, and accountability and reparation for, torture are first sought at the domestic level. Indeed, international human rights law requires victims1 and those acting on their behalf to exhaust domestic remedies first before bringing claims to international bodies.

Advocacy efforts are also often directed at local actors, with a view to changing domestic mindsets and practices. At the same time, these efforts do not take place in isolation. Regional and international fora provide platforms for litigation and advocacy, and cooperation often transcends national and regional boundaries. Yet in practice, it is still rare for those working on torture cases to come together and share their expertise and experience. As a result, national laws and practices, and particularly jurisprudence, often remain little known externally beyond national borders and lawyers and others concerned may be ignorant of precedents, strategies and best practices developed elsewhere that may provide important tools for their daily work.

Relevant actors may also not fully benefit from having links to their counterparts in other countries and regions as networks remain underdeveloped. Victims of torture and ill-treatment The widespread practice of torture has resulted in a large number of victims from diverse backgrounds. While it is difficult to generalise, and therefore correct to say that anyone may become a victim of torture, it is equally clear that certain categories of persons are at a comparatively greater risk.

This applies in particular to those who are considered as an “enemy” of a regime or a particular way of life. Ill-treatment takes myriad forms, as demonstrated by the jurisprudence of courts and human rights treaty bodies, reports and the experience of human rights defenders.84 In addition to custodial issues of long-standing concern, such as poor prison conditions, solitary confinement, and denial of adequate medical care, which were found to be prevalent to varying degrees in all regions,85 there has been an increasing practice of ill-treatment outside the custodial context. This applies in particular to the use of excessive force, and other methods, during demonstrations. In the course of the uprisings in the Arab world, police, security and army forces repeatedly used teargas, birdshot and other weapons.

In Bahrain, for example, protesters were targeted and in several instances deliberately attacked – even though they ostensibly did not pose a security threat – a pattern suggesting that the policing of demonstrations was used as a cover for torture. The Legislative Framework: Making Torture and Ill-Treatment a Criminal Offence Many legal systems are characterised by shortcomings that undermine protection against, and accountability and justice for torture. These shortcomings are often due to the fact that unreformed ordinary legislation, such as criminal laws, does not adequately reflect international standards and best practices. As a result, such laws are ill-suited to address torture-specific concerns. Jurisprudence: Remedies and reparation for torture and ill-treatment While compensation frequently constitutes the primary or even only form of reparation, certain high courts have awarded broader forms of reparation, especially in the context of constitutional remedies. … Download “Full Report

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REDRESS is a human rights organisation that helps torture survivors obtain justice and reparation. REDRESS works with survivors to help restore their dignity and to make torturers accountable.

Torture- Abu-Dhabi-UAEPhotograph: Sheikh Issa bin Zayed Al Nahyan & Abu Dhabi Police Torture Guys in the Desert, United Arab Emirates. Video Report

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UAE plots behind Egyptian coup d’etat

UAE plots behind Egyptian coup d’etat
Cairo: August 18, 2013

Egypt-Is-Arena-for-Influence-of-UAEThe Abu Dhabi regime, United Arab Emirates, is one of the major sponsors of ‘Egyptian coup d’état’. Western diplomats here said they believed the Emiratis were privately urging the Egyptian security forces to crack down the supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi, that killed hundreds of people, when authorities forcibly broke up protest camps.

“Western governments took a wait-and-see approach even after the military committed its first mass killing, shooting more than 60 supporters of Mr. Morsi at a sit-in on July 8. Western diplomats did not engage in earnest until July 24, when General Sisi, in dark sunglasses and military regalia, delivered a fiery speech asking the public to turn out for demonstrations giving him a “mandate” to take on the Islamists. Security forces killed 80 more Morsi supporters in their second mass shooting on the day of the demonstration.

The next morning, Morsi aides and Brotherhood leaders say, their phones began ringing with American and European diplomats fearing an imminent blood bath.

The administration enlisted people on opposite sides of the contest unfolding in Egypt. Diplomats from Qatar, a regional patron of the Muslim Brotherhood, agreed to influence the Islamists. The United Arab Emirates, determined opponents of the Islamists, were brought in to help reach out to the new authorities.

But while the Qataris and Emiratis talked about “reconciliation” in front of the Americans, Western diplomats here said they believed the Emiratis were privately urging the Egyptian security forces to crack down.

Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the Emirati foreign minister, went to Washington last month and urged the Americans not to cut off aid. The emirates, along with Saudi Arabia, had swiftly supported the military takeover with a pledge of billions of dollars, undermining Western threats to cut off critical loans or aid.

The Israelis, whose military had close ties to General Sisi from his former post as head of military intelligence, were supporting the takeover as well. Western diplomats say that General Sisi and his circle appeared to be in heavy communication with Israeli colleagues, and the diplomats believed the Israelis were also undercutting the Western message by reassuring the Egyptians not to worry about American threats to cut off aid.

Israeli officials deny having reassured Egypt about the aid, but acknowledge having lobbied Washington to protect it.

When Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, proposed an amendment halting military aid to Egypt, the influential American Israel Public Affairs Committee sent a letter to senators on July 31 opposing it, saying it “could increase instability in Egypt and undermine important U.S. interests and negatively impact our Israeli ally.” Statements from influential lawmakers echoed the letter, and the Senate defeated the measure, 86 to 13, later that day”.

Photograph: The interim Egyptian president, Adli Mansour, center, met with officials of the United Arab Emirates in Cairo. The richest monarchies have pledged $12 billion in cash and loans to Egypt, a decision aimed not only at shoring up a shaky transitional government, but also at undermining their Islamist rivals and strengthening their allies across a newly turbulent Middle East.

Read More at: ‘How American Hopes for a Deal in Egypt Were Undercut

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Roundup of events in the Middle East: The Guardian
Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Kuwait, relieved to see the back of the Brotherhood, seen as a threat to their own monarchies, immediately promised $12 billion in aid to the new authorities, to help overcome imminent fuel and wheat shortages.

Western allies warned Egypt’s military leaders right up to the last minute against using force to crush protest sit-ins by supporters of the ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi, arguing they could ill afford the political and economic damage.

Hundreds of people died and thousands were wounded on Wednesday when police cleared out two protest camps in Cairo set up to denounce the military’s overthrow of Egypt’s first freely elected president on July 3 and to demand his reinstatement. Roundup of events the Guardian

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The Moral Greatness of UAE is not admirable, and praised when they are not praiseworthy!

The Moral Greatness of UAE is not admirable, and praised when they are not praiseworthy!

The UAE has made impressive development in terms of infrastructure; but what about it’s moral greatness?   Abu Dhabi Crown Prince says ‘No one can harm UAE’s stature’, highlighted below in the press release.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, on Monday last  remarked, inter alia, “that the President, Sheikh Khalifa, was firm on the rule of law and promotion of principles of justice and independent justice”.  The justices thanked Sheikh Mohammed for his support and care for the judicial institutions “in order to deliver their noble message of dispensing justice and rule of law”.

This unique and united approach of both the Rulers and the Judges of the country gives some rays of hope to the “Judgment Creditors” of Abu Dhabi, UAE [Courtesy to ‘A Portfolio of UAE Judgments For Sale’].

The Right of Surety to Enforce Legal Judgments of Abu Dhabi, UAE

In the light of the above concurrent views and commitments of the Rulers and Judges of Abu Dhabi,  the agonies of victims “in not getting surety to enforce affirmed Judgments” can be expected to change. The implementation and enforcement of victims’ rights can contribute to the success of better future for all. Hence forth,  it is for the Rulers of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates to set in the form of a set of principles of best legal practice and render due justice to their victims and survivours.

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Verily the Islamic Law and the entire Positive Laws have honoured Man and protected his freedom, his honour, his property and his soul. Hence, if a man was killed, while protecting these, he is considered to be a martyr. And limitation of his freedom without any rights is an unforgiving crime and the same is mentioned in the provisions of articles 2 and 3 of the Penal Procedures Code. And it is proved in this case that the policeman along with the plaintiff went to arrest the accused and to limitate his freedom…. Therefore, it is right of the accused to verify the reason behind which he going lo be arrested, and to take help of the security men and to defend his freedom. Highlights – The Higher Judiciary of Abu Dhabi (Courtesy to: Landmark Abu Dhabi Judgments For Sale – Support)

No one can harm UAE’s stature, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince says
Press release: Ola Salem    Jul 30, 2013

ABU DHABI // With a just judicial system the UAE’s stature is secure, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, told judges and the justice minister on Monday.

At his palace in Al Bateen, Sheikh Mohammed told Dr Hadef Al Dheheri and Abu Dhabi Federal Supreme Court Justices that public attacks could not harm the country with the rule of law.

“Despite some malicious voices and stances, no one can harm our stature as long as we have fair, honest and credible judicial institutions,” he said, according to Wam, the state news agency. He added that the country counts on the “independence and neutrality of the members of the judiciary” to enforce verdicts and legal principles.

Members of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department and Abu Dhabi Public Prosecution were also present. At the meeting, Sheikh Mohammed stressed that justice delivers security and stability to communities. He said the President, Sheikh Khalifa, was firm on the rule of law and promotion of principles of justice and independent justice.

He said under the leadership of Sheikh Khalifa, the UAE would progress towards the aspirations and ambitions of the UAE people. Future plans and the need for developing human resources to cater to key national sectors were also discussed. “The human capital is the precious asset we own today and it is the real investment to address future challenges,” he said.

The justices thanked Sheikh Mohammed for his support and care for the judicial institutions “in order to deliver their noble message of dispensing justice and rule of law”, Wam reported. osalem@thenational.ae

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Abu Dhabi is the largest and wealthiest member of the United Arab Emirates. The country is attributed to authoritarian regime in which the government is ruled. Indeed the key challenges facing the UAE includes lack of accountability and total lack of judicial independence remain critical. What, man, defy the devil: Save mankind from dictators!

Why Is It Good to Invest In An Un-executed Criminal Judgment of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates?

Relief is the immediate help to change the underlying causes of abuse. The judgment debt is hanging over the Abu Dhabi Emirate, UAE from way back. The judgment is binding and enforceable by the court of Abu Dhabi from where the ruling came from. The debt of Abu Dhabi can be eliminated or satisfied by the enforcement of judgments those in question. Persistent failure to enforce court decisions leave victims demoralized and reinforce an existing culture of impunity. Establishing the Judgment value

 

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‘Abu Dhabi, UAE, a Corrupt and Fraudulent Regime’

‘Abu Dhabi, UAE, a Corrupt and Fraudulent Regime’
Saudi Prince Khalid Bin Farhan Al-Saud has said wide open that Saudi Arabia, Corrupt and Fraudulent Regime [Global Research News, July 28, 2013]

Revelations of Prince Khalid Bin Farham similarly fit (or perhaps more aptly) for the U.A.E

Revelations of Prince Khalid Bin Farham similarly fit (perhaps more aptly) for the U.A.E

In fact, the above statements and revelations of Prince Khalid Bin Farham similarly fit (or perhaps more aptly) for the U.A.E. The Human Rights violations of UAE are rampant, infamous and notoriously evil. The people of that country are forbidden even from free talks. If any of them publishes anything against the Ruling Regime of UAE, he could be found in jail the very next day.

The “CRACK DOWN” of UAE on the innocent “social activists” who voiced just for a liberal society with a better pinch of democracy in place of the autocrat rule of UAE is best known to the entire world. A casual visit to the Abu Dhabi prisons, will reveal the intensity of the torture towards the prisoners. And, yet, UAE is a Member of the United Nations’ Human Rights Council, with an added responsibility of advising its neighbouring countries on “Improving their Human Rights Policies and activities!”

Saudi Prince Khalid Bin Farhan Al-Saud, who announced his defection from Al Saud royal family through a statement, has referred to his ‘sufferings’ under reign of Al Saud regime describing them as bitter experiences that will be revealed by the Saudi twitter writer Mujtahid and Saudi activist Saad al-Faqih, who is currently living in London.

He thanked God that helped him understand the truth about Saudi Regime through a “direct horrible personal experience” He said he thanked God that helped him understand the truth about Saudi regime through a “direct horrible personal experience” which helped him have a taste of what people suffered from through the country.

Other most striking points he mentioned are :

“With pride, I announce my defection from Al Saudi family in Saudi Arabia,” he wrote in his statement.

“This regime in Saudi Arabia does not stand by God’s rules or even (country’s) established rules and its policies, decisions, and actions are totally based on personal will of its leaders.”

“All that is said in Saudi Arabia about respecting law and religion rules are factitious so that they can lie and pretend that the regime obeys Islamic rules.”

He criticized the royal family for considering the country as its own property while silencing all voices from inside and outside the government calling for any change and reforms.

Khalid Bin Farhan said the ruling family has deliberately pulled the country to the current condition where cries of oppressed people are ignored. “They don’t think about anything but their personal benefits and do not care for country’s and people’s interests or even national security,” …. his speech concluded.

It is a total transformation of the UAE which is more important in the present context, compared to the devastating situation prevailing in Saudi Arabia as revealed by Prince Khalid Bin Farhan.

That will save hundreds of thousands of the UAE citizens and millions from other countries who have migrated to UAE, and a majority of them now remain destined to live like slaves or worse than that, under the dictatorial muscle power of the UAE ruling regime.

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    What, man, defy the devil: Save mankind from dictators!

    Etihad Airways, the flag carrier of the UAE, is based at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The money power and the shrewd rulers of Abu Dhabi, it would appear, are out to capture the whole world. At a glance, no one will find anything unusual about the move of that country, under the guise of economic progression, in joining hands with other airlines. The dangers of such a collaborative movement, as indicated here are sure to take over the world in general and the involving countries in particular.  Once they succeed in these efforts, it is certain that these evildoers would easily make the supporting countries to their ‘economic slaves’.

    What, man, defy the devil: Save mankind from dictators!
    18 July, 2013 Reports, UAE Human Rights

    Abu Dhabi is the largest and wealthiest member of the United Arab Emirates. The country is attributed to authoritarian regime in which the government is ruled. Indeed the key challenges facing the UAE includes lack of accountability and total lack of judicial independence remain critical. Abu Dhabi is notorious for it’s Human Rights records, including “arbitrary arrests, torture, hiring and using foreign mercenaries in order to avoid pro-democracy protests in the Emirates as well as joins hand with their cronies to crush any democratic movements in the region. They have been supporting the Egyptian traitors to destroy the nation and make people worse than they are. They mounted up worth $12 billion in aid packages to bless the bloody military coup in Egypt, to restore the old authoritarian order against democracy.

    Etihad Airways, the Abu Dhabi-owned airline, commenced commercial operations in November, 2003, is one of the rapidly expanding airlines under the rule of a tyrant. Etihad has singled out from rivals Qatar Airways and Emirates, in a highly competitive region, by code share agreements with its partners. Etihad purchased nearly 30 percent of Air Berlin, Europe’’s sixth largest carrier, when Lufthansa has tried to block the Gulf carriers’ access to German airports. Aside from Air Berlin, Etihad has expanded its global network through three other equity stakes including a 10 per cent holding in Virgin Australia, a 40 per cent stake in Air Seychelles and smaller stakes in Virgin Australia and Ireland’s Aer Lingus.

    The media has reported that the Etihad Airways and other Gulf Carriers benefits from access to discounted or free aviation fuel, free corporate tax and non-union labour, particularly low-wage contract workers from India and Pakistan. Etihad Airways now converts Abu Dhabi International Airport as a major hub for connecting flights to their final destinations.

    Etihad Airways, the flag carrier of the UAE, is based at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The money power and the shrewd rulers of Abu Dhabi, it would appear, are out to capture the whole world. At a glance, no one will find anything unusual about the move of that country, under the guise of economic progression, in joining hands with other airlines. The dangers of such a collaborative movement, as indicated above are sure to take over the world in general and the involving countries in particular.  Once they succeed in these efforts, it is certain that these evildoers would easily make the supporting countries to their ‘economic slaves’.

    The history of Abu Dhabi has revealed widespread fraud and financial manipulations in the largest bank fraud in world financial history, described as the BCCI Banking Scandal. The State-owned Etisalat-PTCL’s privatization deal, a multi-billion dollar corruption scandal in Pakistan’’s history that followed. Doubtless, the autocratic rulers of Abu Dhabi is empowered with unaccountable wealth from tapping the immense natural oil and gas reserves. The history repeated in India in 2011 as revelations of the ‘2G Spectrum’ case in India foiled another attempt of Etisalat to make illegal gains in partnership with Swan Telecom. Not to mention the old but real stories of child camel jockeys, aged between 2 and 5 kidnapped mainly from Indian sub-continent and for their use in camel jockeying in Abu Dhabi. More Links: UAE Business & Research Resources

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    U.S. ETIHAD Deal 

    The U.S. airline industry is the target, and it is the nation’s economic competitiveness that is at stake. Action from Congress is needed to overturn this misguided Abu Dhabi pre-clearance facility and prevent any similar project, in order to advance U.S. economic competitiveness in the face of unfair and heavily state-backed foreign airlines. Congress should make it clear that the Abu Dhabi preclearance facility is the wrong port of call.  Link: Plan To Aid Etihad Airways Is Outrageous

    JET-ETIHAD Deal

    ETIHAD Airlines has already entered into an agreement with Jet Airways of India. The former finance minister said he has no doubt that this deal is being rushed through and government agencies have not been allowed to examine the deal in all its ramifications. The media has exhaustive coverage of the issue meticulously pinpointed the corruption, lobbying and the malfunction of the government and the greedy politicians involved. Jet-Etihad deal: BJP demands SC monitored CBI inquiry

    ETISALAT, UAE, seek justice after alleged fraud

    The greed of the devil for making money by corrupting individuals, corporations or even a country is a never ending process; and its activities are spreading over the entire universe. ETISALAT, UAE, seek justice after alleged fraud

    ETISALAT’s multi-billion dollar corruption scandals

    UAE’s Etisalat & PTCL’s Privatization Deal in 2006 was the biggest financial SCAM in Pakistan’s history. The issues are still live between the parties. ETISALAT’s multi-billion dollar corruption scandals

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    Abu Dhabi joins hand with Saudi Arabia to crush the democratic movements.

    Egypt’s military deposed Morsi on July 3: Abu Dhabi and their cronies are out to oust the democratic move by Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.  In the process 51 ousted president’s supporters were crushed down by bullets apart from the devastation and destruction in the country. Link: Money trail to Egyptian groups that pressed for president’s removal

    Governments Should Support Rights, Not Abusive Allies

    For reasons of principle and long-term interest, governments should stand firm with the people of the Middle East and North Africa when they demand their basic rights and work to ensure the transition to genuine democracies. Link: World Report 2012 Strengthen Support Arab Spring

    UAE, the making of a Police State

    The present UAE is led by two chief sheikhs from the regional regime of Abu Dhabi, who is first in importance the hereditary emir and president of the country, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, born in 1948, succeeded his father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan on 03 November 2004. The other is his younger brother General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, born in 1961, is the next in line to become President of the United Arab Emirates after Sheikh Khalifa.  Sheikh Mohammed became Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi in November 2004 and since then he became the Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council. In January 2005 he was appointed Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. Later he was promoted to the rank of General. UAE, the making of a Police State

    True Horror Stories of United Arab Emirates (UAE)

    The Story of Camel Jockeys in UAE
    The jockeys are usually  young boys, two to seven year olds chosen for their light weight. The beginning of the races marks a festive season for the UAE’s people who are usually accompanied by traditional music and singing to the Arabian drum beats. The green, red, black and white national flag of the Emirates flutters atop high poles that line the road leading out from town. Read More: The Story of Camel Jockeys in UAE

    The Story of BCCI Banking Scandal
    Abedi created the UAE. He planted the idea of the UAE as a federation to Sheikh Zayed. These people had no standing anywhere in the world. They were smugglers and tribesmen. (The BCCI Banking Scandal). The chapter on BCCI banking scandal describes in detail the heinous crimes UAE did for every major terrorist service in the world. More: The BCCI Banking Scandal

    Explore the history of Unite Arab Emirates 
    Increasing British involvement in India beginning in the late eighteenth century quickened British interest in the gulf region as a means of protecting the sea routes to India. Before British intervention, the area was notorious for its pirates and slave trade and was called the Pirate Coast. Link: The piracy and slave trade in the gulf region

    Learn more about corrupt practices in UAE

     

     

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    Indo Gulf ‘Reparation Mechanisms’

    “The individual’s Right to Reparation is expressly guaranteed by Global and Regional Human Rights Instruments. Due recognition of victimhood plays a very important role in reparations granted by international human rights law – Permanent Court of International Justice” It is in this context that we proposed to submit a representation to the government of India, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (MOIA) to evolve an effective Reparation Mechanism between the Union Government of India and the Gulf Countries in order to help the harm suffered.

    The larger part of the Principles and Guidelines, with strong domestic law implications, sets out the status and the rights of victims, and corresponds to the title of the document as it refers to the right of victims to a remedy and reparation. (Resolution adopted by the General Assembly remedies [UN] 11-23). It is a well known fact, that India is not a signatory of the Rome Statute of United Nations, the ‘constitutional’ principle of the permanent International Criminal Court (ICC or “the Court”) nor any ‘Reparation Mechanisms’ within its own territory as a matter of domestic jurisdiction.

    There have been strong business relations between India and the Arab Gulf Countries for the past many centuries. With the advent of ‘crude oil’ in the gulf, the trade and commerce as well as migration of workers to these part of world have multiplied many-folds. According to a recent report, there are six million expatriate Indians living and working in Gulf Countries, sending back remittances of more than $USD 40 billion. Number of intolerable human suffering and many other legal issues are also increased considerably. Unfortunately we don’t have any ‘Reparation Mechanism’ to provide reparations to its citizens, who are victims of various cruelties meted out in foreign States. The sufferings of the ‘victims’ continues unabated.

    The Government of India has a sincere responsibility to safeguard its NRIs against threats of any kind at their place of work, especially the fearful and dangerous phenomena of trapping them in false cases including false imprisonment and unlawful deportation. By doing so the Government of India will be doing its commitment and duty to protect its citizens working abroad. It is all the more necessary in view of a recent issue of two Italian Mariners of the Ship, Enrica Lexy, the Government of Italy took keen interest and their ministers came to India to negotiate with the authorities to settle the case.

    Read report: Reparation Mechanisms Between India and Gulf Countries

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    Invest in Justice. The landscape of Justice in the UAE is changing!

    UAE has been elected as a Member of the U.N. Human Rights Council for 3 years from January 2013. On this occasion, Dr Anwar Mohammad Gargash, minister of state for foreign affairs said that this achievement highlighted the values and culture of the UAE which are based on tolerance, openness, justice, equality and human dignity. (Link)

    The commitments of UAE to the UN, as its new member of Human Rights Council, enlisted herein below vouches for the said position:-

    All victims of human rights abuses should be able to look to the Human Rights Council as a forum and a springboard for action.” Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General…More Details
    • Commits to work in the General Assembly and the Third Committee on promoting and protecting human rights and fundamental freedoms.
    • Commits to promoting and protecting human rights through membership in regional organizations.
    • Commits to contributing to humanitarian programmes and seminars organized by the UN and to providing assistance to developing countries.
    • Commits to sharing with other countries its experience and practices in developing the necessary legislation and mechanisms to end human trafficking at the international level.
    • Commits to strengthening technical and substantive cooperation with the OHCHR.
    • Commits to continuing financial and moral support for the OHCHR to perform its duties and activities at the regional and international level.
    • Commits to strengthening cooperation with the Human Rights Council and enhancing coordination and dialogue with its various bodies and mechanisms.

    As per the various freedoms and protection ensured to the citizens of UAE and foreigners working there under its Constitution, all are equal before the law, personally liberty is guaranteed to them, no person may be arrested, searched, detained or imprisoned except in accordance with the provisions of law, physical and moral abuse of an accused person is prohibited. (Link)

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