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From our first meeting, I knew Jamal Al Sharif possessed the stuff great leaders are made of.
I was a mere listener then, sitting on the sidelines of an encounter between the Dubai Film and TV Commission (DFTC) Chairman and a film industry figure who was trying to convince him to do things her way.
I cheered silently, as Al Sharif at once supported firmly his own choices -- and those of the Commission -- and listened to her suggestions, told in that typical "I know better than you" tone that so-called Hollywood experts tend to use to address relative "newcomers" to the game.
Because in terms of timing, and timing only, Dubai is indeed the last player to join the world game of cinema and outsiders tend to make the mistake of thinking that young means naive.
Article 80 of the Abu Dhabi Penal Code makes sodomy punishable with imprisonment of up to 14 years.
Several news reports have revealed how the law is typically enforced. In 2005, twenty-six young men were arrested at an Abu Dhabi hotel after police discovered the men engaging in cross-dressing and homosexual practices.
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The website is owned and operated by Dubai Aviation Corporation (trading as and hereinafter referred to as "flydubai") whose principal office is at Dubai International Airport, Terminal 2, PO Box 353, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.Not in the case of Dubai, because while sitting on the sidelines, the powers that be in the emirate have had a chance to observe everyone else's mistakes, so as not to repeat them.Fast forward a couple of years to present time and Al Sharif has, of course, proven me right.Article 354 of the Federal Penal Code states, "Whoever commits rape on a female or sodomy with a male shall be punished by death." While English translations of the Arabic text are in some dispute, it is generally felt that this is a prohibition against rape, and possibly consensual sodomy.The Federal Penal Code does not replace the legal system of each emirate, unless it is contrary to the federal law, and thus Sharia law remains in place.