He was charged of posting false information on Twitter about UAE leaders and their policies; and the comments state that he had not been given a fair trial where he and four other Emirates prosecuted on charges of publicly insulting the countries' leaders over comments posted online. Public affection[ edit ] Romantic kissing in public places is considered discourteous to the Emirati culture and is discouraged. As of the end of there were four women ministers and two female ambassadors. In addition to this the UAE is one of only two countries in the Gulf that permits women to hold the position of a judge or prosecutor, with Bahrain being the first country in the region to elect a female judge in Ten days after preventing him to travel to Jordan for his wife and children on 3 December , UAE authorities summoned al-Najjar to a police station in Abu Dhabi and detained him. Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud in white is seen beating his servant Bandar Abdulaziz in an elevator in London's Landmark hotel When asked what measures had been taken to ensure that the prince would not be persecuted for his homosexual acts, or, alternatively, receive preferential treatment as a result of his royal connections, she said that the administration of his sentence is now a matter for Saudi Arabia. ADHR also said counter terrorism Laws in UAE are used to legalize arbitrary arrests, detainment, prosecution and imprisonment of peaceful protestors and government critics. The UAE has signed several other international treaties on protecting the rights of women. An Emirati, whose father is among the defendants, was arrested for tweeting about the trial. Undated handout photo issued by the Metropolitan Police of Prince Saud left and his victim Bandar Abdulaziz The jury heard that the prince beat and strangled Abdulaziz to death on 15 February, , fuelled by champagne and cocktails, after the pair returned from a Valentine's Day night out. According to RTS, The journalists were interrogated for up to nine hours at a time, and were blindfolded as they were shuttled between different locations. Migrant and labour rights[ edit ] See also: These stateless Emiratis — also known as bidun — either migrated to the UAE before independence or were natives who failed to register as citizens. Later, policy makers in Dubai permitted these channels to air their entertainment programs, but news, current affairs and political analysis were forbidden.