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The prominent US Jewish leaders' aim is to foster better ties between the UAE , US, American Jewish community and Israel.
The woman was so thankful to the Israeli, a Druse officer who serves in the Israeli Civil Administration, that she named her baby after him – Hadi.
"Today, the Jews are heading the world's economy, without the Jews you Arabs would not have known how to deposit your money in the bank," says Tamim.
Iranian tourists heading to Dubai has slowed significantly due to strained relations with west and Europe, harming local businesses.
Dubai grows as racing, trading hub; home-grown studs, other local businesses expand as money overcomes environmental obstacles.
Long a dumping ground for abandoned aircraft, Fujairah aims to sell them off in bits.
By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN / THE MEDIA LINE
While Abu Dhabi continues seeking upscale venues and museums, Dubai is banking on trade.
By ROB L. WAGNER / THE MEDIA LINE
Revival of giant museum project raises questions about how Emiratis will benefit.
In changing priorities, sectarian rifts have begun to outweigh business considerations.
By DAVID ROSENBERG / THE MEDIA LINE
The Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, uses 150 megawatts of power, equal to 1/10 of the output of the world's biggest nuclear reactors.
Despite visa rejections, three cardiologists lecturing at Dubai conference say they were treated well.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Over a dozen Israeli cardiologists who had been invited to a Dubai conference denied visa last minute.
Dubai's largely expat community enjoys subsidized gasoline; US says working to ensure imports wind down; Saudi, Qatar could be alternative suppliers.
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