United Arab Emirates & Persian Gulf

The United Arab Emirates, abbreviated as the UAE, or shortened to the Emirates , is a country situated in the southeast of the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south, as well as sharing sea borders with Qatar to the west and Iran to the north. The Persian Gulf, in Western Asia, is an extension of the Indian Ocean located between Iran (Persia) and the Arabian Peninsula. 5.0/5

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Motor yacht is output from the Bay to the open sea. Umm al Quwain. United Arab Emirates
The sunrise over the water area of the Persian Gulf. Umm al-Quwain. United Arab Emirates
Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The emirate of Dubai is located on the Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf, and is …
Dubai is on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is one of the 7 emirates making UAE (United Arab Emirates)
Dubai, a city in the United Arab Emirates, located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf. It has the largest...
WATCHMAN ALERT - 10/22/2014 - GET READY - WW111 AT HAND CALLING PRAYER WARRIORS TO PRAY FOR ISRAEL & AMERICA SAUDIS SOUND ALARM ON OBAMA "CAVING IN" TO IRAN TEL AVIV – The U.S. and Western powers currently negotiating with Iran on its nuclear capability are willing to reach an agreement with Tehran at any price, warns a paper prepared by Saudi Arabia’s intelligence organizations. The document was presented by the Saudis this week to all members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, an umbrella made up of all Arab states of the Persian Gulf, except for Iraq. The council consists of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. According to the Saudi intelligence document, the P5+1 powers of the U.S., United Kingdom, France, Germany, China and Russia attempting to reach a deal with Iran ahead of next month’s deadline have conceded Iran can maintain a civilian nuclear infrastructure, as had been widely assumed. However, the document warns the red lines of the Western nations will ...
TANZANIA BAADA YA MIAKA KUMI YA GAS The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, established in 1932 by Abd al-Aziz ibn Abd al-Rahman ibn Faysal al-Saud (also known as Ibn Saud or Abdul Aziz), occupies the largest part of the Arabian Peninsula, which also includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen, and parts of Iraq and Jordan. Surrounded by the Arabian Sea, the Persian Gulf, and the Red Sea, Saudi Arabia is the 15th-largest country in the world at 1,960,582 square kilometers (about one-fifth the size of the United States). Most notably, Saudi Arabia possesses approximately 25 percent of the world's known oil reserves and is by far the largest producer and exporter of oil (oil accounts for approximately 90 percent of exports and constitutes 75 percent of all revenues). Saudi Arabia As a result of its vast natural wealth, Saudi Arabia had the world's 25th-largest economy in 2006, with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $310 billion. However, per capita income in Saudi Arabia ranks slightly lower: In 20 ...
Dalma ( IATA : ZDY ) is an Emarati island located in Persian Gulf approximately 42 kilometres (26 mi) off the coast of Abu Dhabi and 116 kilometres (72 mi) from Doha. The Abu Dhabi Islands Archaeological Survey ADIAS carried out an initial archaeological survey of Dalma island in 1992. A total of more than 20 archaeological sites were identified on the island, ranging in time from the Neolithic (Late Stone Age). The population consists of about 10,000 inhabitants, most of whom are Arabs and Qatari who have been granted United Arab Emirates ( UAE ) nationality. The island has many private farms for the ruling family of Abu Dhabi. The late ruler Abu Dhabi Sheikh Zayed al-Nahyan had a palace here. There are many oil field workers working on the island, some of them who fly in from the offices in the major cities. The island is served by the Dalma Airport and since recent times, by the mainland ferry.
This is Dubai Marina, the entirely man-made marina that has been developed by the Real Estate development firm Emaar Properties of the United Arab Emirates and designed by HOK Canada. In order to create the man-made marina, the developers brought the waters of the Persian Gulf into the site of Dubai Marina, creating a new waterfront. Much of this area is occupied by the marina water surface and includes almost 8 km of landscaped public walkways.
U.S. Offers Gulf Arabs More Military Cooperation against Iran Riyadh, May 15 (Prensa Latina) U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel left for Saudi Arabia on Thursday, after encouraging his Arab counterparts from the Persian Gulf to reinforce military cooperation to counter alleged threats against regional stability from Iran. Hagel, who participated in the first consultative meeting of the Joint Defense Council of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in the city of Jeddah, proposed the ministers of Defense of the regional bloc to take actions to neutralize Iran's alleged capacity to develop nuclear weapons. Using the pretext that Tehran pursues military goals, the U.S. official insisted that both the United States and the six member countries of the GCC (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Bahrain and Qatar) are facing the same security challenges in this part of the world. In statements to reporters before leaving Riyadh, Hagel referred to "commitments to maintain and prohibit Iran from de ...
A typical night view of Sharjah, the third largest emirate in the United Arab Emirates. It is the only city to have land on both the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. Sharjah is about 170 kilometers away from the UAE capital city Abu Dhabi, and it is consider as a sister city to Dubai and Ajman, the other two fellow emirates on both its borders. The three urban areas have now expanded to each other's borders.
Still in Development: A Film Culture in Dubai DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — When the heiress Paris Hilton traveled here in June and July to audition female friends for her show “My New BFF,” her producers had access to state-of-the-art studios and a government eager to import a touch of Hollywood glamour to the Middle East. But to adhere to the region’s Islamic norms, many of the ingredients in reality TV were taboo: there would be no drinking, no cursing, no dramatic displays of affection. The producers thought about filming a scene at a water park, but passed on the option of dressing the contestants in religiously appropriate swimwear. dubaipost.info Dubai, its rival Abu Dhabi and other Persian Gulf cities face enormous hurdles as they try to diversify their economies by fostering creativity and becoming entertainment capitals. Chief among those hurdles: they operate under Islamic law. Hollywood does not. So far, the oil-rich countries have proved more able to pay for fancy media productions an ...
The formation of a government led by Mohamed Morsi in Egypt (ranked 159th, unchanged) in the summer 2012 was accompanied by an increase in abuses against journalists and all-out efforts to bring the media under the Muslim Brotherhood’s control. That was brought to a complete halt by the army’s return to power a year later. The ensuing persecution of the Muslim Brotherhood affected not only Egyptian journalists but also their Turkish, Palestinian and Syrian colleagues. In the Persian Gulf, especially the United Arab Emirates (118th, -3), bloggers and journalists were arrested and tried on charges of links to the Brotherhood.
ICYMI...Emerging countries in need of modernizing their weaponry are rushing to buy state-of-the-art fighter jets, sparking a fierce marketing battle among the world's major defense contractors with government leaders even serving as pitchmen. Boeing's F/A-18 Super Hornet French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian hinted on a TV show last Thursday that India and Persian Gulf nations will pick French fighters soon. Later that day, U.K. firm BAE Systems announced that the Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet is no longer being considered for adoption as the next-generation fighter by the United Arab Emirates. France's Rafale jet, made by Dassault, and America's Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet remain in the running. The UAE plans to buy 60 new fighters to replace its aging fleet, a deal estimated to be worth as much as $10 billion. Last month, Le Drian and British Prime Minister David Cameron visited the Middle Eastern country apparently to promote commercial diplomacy. Meanwhile, Brazil said last Wednesday that it wil ...
THE STATE OF TWO STATE SO CALLED SOLUTION: Secretary Kerry departed Israel today in "high spirits" after an intense two days of meetings with Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Abbas in which they discussed security arrangements for a future peace treaty. Earlier in the week, Israel was officially included into the UN Human Rights Council’s Western European and Others Group (WEOG), despite the fact that some European countries had reservations about admitting Israel into the group before the conclusion of the nine months of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Finally, this week we also learned that Israeli President Shimon Peres had addressed an audience of Arab and Muslim politicians, including the son of the King of Saudi Arabia, that convened at the Gulf States Security Summit in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates two weeks ago. “There was a lot of excitement from both sides from his appearance. Everyone understood that this is something historic: The president of the Jewish State is sitting i ...
Persian Language History and Origins of Persian (Parsi or Farsi) and Dari-Persian language By: UCLA, Language Materials Projects ersian is spoken today primarily in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, but was historically a more widely understood language in an area ranging from the Middle East to India. Significant populations of speakers in other Persian Gulf countries (Bahrain, Iraq, Oman, Republic of Yemen and the United Arab Emirates), as well as large communities around the World. Total numbers of speakers is high: about 55% of Iran's population are Persian speakers; about 65% of Tajikistan's population are Tajik-Persian speakers: over 25% of the Afghanistan's population are Dari-Persian speakers; and about 1% of the population of Pakistan are Dari-Persian speakers as well. Linguistic Affiliation Persian is a subgroup of West Iranian languages that include the closely related Persian languages of Dari and Tajik; the less closely related languages of Luri, Bakhtiari and Kumzari; and the non-Persian dia ...
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the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi Sunday in another attempt to gain support from skeptical Persian Gulf states.
Kerry begins Middle East tour with visit to back Egyptian military junta By Alex Lantier 4 November 2013 US Secretary of State John Kerry stopped in Cairo yesterday en route to Saudi Arabia, kicking off a nine-day tour to the Middle East—and Poland—aimed at reasserting US geostrategic influence in the region. Kerry’s tour—taking him to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Algeria and Morocco, along with Poland—comes in the midst of a sharp crisis in US foreign policy. Washington has been compelled to abandon key elements of a policy built around promoting right-wing Islamist forces in the Arab world, which emerged after the revolutionary uprisings in the working class in Egypt and Tunisia in 2011. The US faces increasing doubts in the Middle East about its strength and reliability as an ally. Amid mass protests against Egypt’s Islamist President Mohamed Mursi this summer, the Obama administration supported a July 3 coup by General Abdel Fatah el-Sisi. El-Sisi’ ...
One of the biggest world of reserve of petrolium is situated under the sands of Abu Dhabi, state and the political capital of United Arab Emirates. Despite the huge differens between this city and Dubai. At this point we can start from the simplest things such as the geography( Dubai i a city rised up on the Sheyh Zayed Road, paralel with Jumeyrah Road and the golden beaches of persian gulf. As far i could find out Abu Dhabi is a city in great economic shape with lots of Mall coming to opening in near time, a huge construction areas with rising skyscrapers for buissness offices, apartments or five stars hotels. Not so far, yesterday walking along cornishe road i enjoy the view of artificial beach, the parc with running and bycicles path, green areas with trees, benches, fountains, cafe shops, restaurants, stages for public entertaiment and the lights of the bridges that conecte the islands. As well as everyone know Saint Pitersburg the norther and cultural capital of Russia is a wonderfull city buitl on N ...
A CLEAR ARAB ALLIANCE WITH ZIONIST ISRAEL. "Kerry will also stop in the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Israel,...
I am looking forward to see the port city in the United Arab Emirates on the Persian Gulf! But one thing i need to prepare is MYSELF :)
It takes just 18 minutes to fly from Ras Al-Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) across the Persian Gulf to the port of Bandar Abbas in Iran. Goods of all kinds, from watermelons to carpets, make the trip by sea between the two countries.
oh no... its United Arab Emirates, its right off the persian gulf... Next to Saudi Arabia...
Navy Missile Downs Iranian Jetliner By George C. Wilson Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, July 4, 1988; Page A01 A U.S. warship fighting gunboats in the Persian Gulf yesterday mistook an Iranian civilian jetliner for an attacking Iranian F14 fighter plane and blew it out of the hazy sky with a heat-seeking missile, the Pentagon announced. Iran said 290 persons were aboard the European-made A300 Airbus and that all had perished. "The U.S. government deeply regrets this incident," Adm. William J. Crowe Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a Pentagon news conference. The disaster occurred at mid-morning over the Strait of Hormuz, when the airliner, Iran Air Flight 655, on what Iran described as a routine 140-mile flight from its coastal city of Bandar Abbas southwest to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, apparently strayed too close to two U.S. Navy warships that were engaged in a battle with Iranian gunboats. The USS Vincennes, a cruiser equipped with the most sophisticated radar and electron ...
From Chris Floyd: "How does the public-"private" intelligence industry make foreign policy? The NYT story offers an instructive example in its opening paragraphs: When the United Arab Emirates wanted to create its own version of the National Security Agency, it turned to Booz Allen Hamilton to replicate the world’s largest and most powerful spy agency in the sands of Abu Dhabi. It was a natural choice: The chief architect of Booz Allen’s cyberstrategy is Mike McConnell, who once led the N.S.A. and pushed the United States into a new era of big data espionage. It was Mr. McConnell who won the blessing of the American intelligence agencies to bolster the Persian Gulf sheikdom, which helps track the Iranians. “They are teaching everything,” one Arab official familiar with the effort said. “Data mining, Web surveillance, all sorts of digital intelligence collection." See how perfect this is? All the special people are making tons of money -- and, when the day arrives that the U.S. wants to ramp up i ...
THE EXPERIMENT BEGINS: Inside The World's Most Ambitious Eco-City In 2006, the government of Abu Dhabi, the largest and most oil rich of the United Arab Emirates, announced that it intended to spend $22 billion to become a leader in renewable energy. Abu Dhabi is the very definition of a petro-state. About the size of South Carolina, it holds the world’s sixth-largest oil reserves—20 percent more than Russia. The U.A.E., a nation that contains fewer people than the Los Angeles metropolitan area, has the third-highest ecological footprint per capita in the world. Unlikely as it seemed, the government of this tiny state on the southern shore of the Persian Gulf proposed to do something no other nation had seriously attempted. It would build a carbon-neutral, zero-waste city from the ground up on an empty piece of desert. The entire city would be an experiment, a clean-technology incubator on a grand scale, powered by renewable energy projects. A graduate-level, sustainable-technology research university ...
Dubai, an oil rich hub part of the United Arab Emirates centered in the Persian Gulf, is part of a child slavery ring that exploits, rapes, beats, and tortures children for the amusement of it's weal
Colombia's defense ministry is alarmed about an exodus of top soldiers to the United Arab Emirates to join a highly paid U.S.-led mercenary force organized by Erik Prince, billionaire founder of the infamous security firm Blackwater.
Kabsa (Arabic: كبسة kabsah) is a family of rice dishes that are served mostly in Saudi Arabia — where it is commonly regarded as a national dish — and the other Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Kabsa, though, is believed to be indigenous to Yemen. In places like Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Kuwait the dish is popularly known as machbūs (Arabic: مكبوس), but is served mostly in the same way.
THE Muslim Brotherhood IN THE GULF: PROSPECTS FOR AGITATION PolicyWatch 2087 June 10, 2013 By Lori Plotkin Boghardt To read this article on our website, go to: Brotherhood groups range from regime irritants to regime supporters, and the security challenge they represent to the Gulf monarchies should be assessed on a country-by-country basis. * In three weeks, the United Arab Emirates state security court is slated to issue verdicts for nearly 100 citizens linked to a local Muslim Brotherhood group and charged with subversion. The trial has shaped perceptions about the potential for Brotherhood organizations in the Persian Gulf to pose security threats to the region's rulers, and the verdicts -- some of which are expected to include stiff sentences -- likely will too. Yet there is no "one size fits all" formula for understanding the near-to-midterm interests and undertakings of indigenous Gulf Brothers. The strength, fortunes, and political activities of such groups stem directly from their particular rela ...
U.S. Helps Allies Trying to Battle Iranian Hackers. By THOM SHANKER and DAVID E. SANGER. WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has begun helping Middle Eastern allies build up their defenses against Iran’s growing arsenal of cyberweapons, and will be doing the same in Asia to contain computer-network attacks from North Korea, according to senior American officials. The American officials would not say which countries in the Persian Gulf have signed up for help in countering Iran’s computer abilities. But the list, some officials say, includes the nations that have been the most active in tracking Iranian arms shipments, intercepting them in ports and providing intelligence to the United States about Iranian actions. The three most active in that arena are Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.. In Asia, the countries most worried about being struck by North Korean computer attacks are South Korea and Japan. The Defense Department’s assertive new effort in the gulf and Asia is the ...
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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, across the Persian Gulf from Iran will soon bristle with more high-tech weapons to counter its neighbor.
LeJ has received money from several Persian Gulf countries including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
Stop Canada Pension Plan Investments in Firms Selling Military & "Security" products to Israel Canadian War Industries Flog their Wares at the Middle East's Largest Arms Bazaar By Richard Sanders, Editor, Press for Conversion! February 20, 2013 Canadian war industries are flogging their wares at IDEX 2013, the largest weapons bazaar in the Middle East and North Africa. Over 1,000 exhibitors from 52 countries and over 60,000 attendees have converged on the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for IDEX 2013. This huge arms show is a golden opportunity for Canadian military exporters to schmooze with procurement officials from the US client states that dominate this oil-rich region. IDEX is also a great place to rub shoulders with many of the world's most-profitable war industries. For example, of the world's 35 top-ranking military companies, 28 of them are exhibiting their deadly products at IDEX. (World's Top War Industries at IDEX 2013) "We're excited to see such a large number of Canadian exhibitors," said Ar ...
RIM close to U.A.E. internet voice deal • Research In Motion Ltd. is close to an agreement with telecoms operators in the United Arab Emirates which will allow the manufacturer of BlackBerry devices to offer Internet-based voice and video services for the first time to users in the Persian Gulf country, providing a potential boost to sales of the recently-launched Z10 handset. • Du and BlackBerry confirmed that they have started to test VoIP and Internet video functions on the BlackBerry 10, and said they expect to launch the service to customers soon. • Those functions were missing when BlackBerry launched its new device in the U.A.E. on Sunday because both Du and Etisalat had blocked the BlackBerry application which is needed to launch the services.
"Dubai, located in the southern Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula, is both a city and an emirate in the UAE (United Arab Emirates)".
‘Black swan’ cyclone could hit northern Australia San Francisco: There is a small but real chance, scientists say, that super cyclones with freak 10-metre Storm Surges could hit cities such as Darwin, Australia, Tampa, Florida and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Such a storm is an example of what Ning Lin, a civil and environmental engineering professor at Princeton University in New Jersey, USA, calls a "black swan" cyclone. Something similar, she says, could hit the Persian Gulf, inundating unprepared cities like Dubai – which has never seen a cyclone – with similarly enormous Storm Surges. "A black swan is a surprise with huge impact," she said yesterday at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco, California. "For this study, we defined [it] as an event which cannot reasonably be anticipated based on historical records alone." Persian Gulf unprepared for storm risk America's recent Superstorm Sandy, she added, was not a black swan, even though it produced the highest eve ...
There are quite a few things that are simply not mentioned in the pages of The National, a government-owned English-language daily in the United Arab Emirates. A veteran U.S. newspaper editor reflects on his adventures on the paper’s foreign desk. Tue., November 27, 2012.
Patricia is in the United Arab Emirates in the Persian Gulf checking out futuristic sites such as the Burj...
Tim Hortons A CANADIAN CULTURE A GLOBAL DONUT & COFFEE SHOP Locations of Tim Horton Restaurants Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and West Virginia Tim Hortons and Wendy's Restaurants form partership. Tim Hortons' products have become available in Ireland and Scotland at some SPAR convenience stores. Madison Square Garden Store A restaurant at Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia Thirty-five former Hardee's stores in the Detroit area were also purchased to become Tim Hortons shops. Tim Hortons began expansion into the Middle East as part of a plan to expand its presence outside of North America. As of November 2012 it has 19 stores in the United Arab Emirates and one in Oman. It plans to open up to 120 stores over the next five years in the Persian Gulf area, with a focus on Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, and the UAE. A long way from the 1st Tim Hortons in Hamilton, Ontario in 1964 to just under 4000 stores world wide presently a ...
Background: The Trucial States of the Persian Gulf Coast granted the UK control of their defense and Foreign Affairs in 19th century treaties. In 1971, six of these states - Abu Zaby, 'Ajman, Al Fujayrah, Ash Shariqah, Dubayy, and Umm al Qaywayn - merged to form the United Arab Emirates (UAE). They were joined in 1972 by Ra's al Khaymah. The UAE's per capita GDP is on par with those of leading West European nations. Its generosity with oil revenues and its moderate foreign policy stance have allowed the UAE to play a vital role in the affairs of the region. For more than three decades, oil and global finance drove the UAE's economy. However, in 2008-09, the confluence of falling oil prices, collapsing Real Estate prices, and the international banking crisis hit the UAE especially hard. In March 2011, about 100 Emirati activists and intellectuals posted on the Internet and sent to the government a petition calling for greater political reform, including the establishment of a parliament with full legislati ...
Click here: U.S. sold $40 billion worth of weapons to Muslim nations in 2011 « Creeping Sharia They will be used against us. via Testosterone Pit – President Obama Must Release The Truth About Benghazi. In 2011, the United States overseas weapons sales tripled to $66.3 billion, accounting for approximately three quarters of all the foreign weapons sales in the world. Over half of the American sales, $33.4 billion worth of weapons, went to Saudi Arabia. Another $6 billion went to the Persian Gulf nations of the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Oman. According e-mails from Stratfor Global Intelligence hacked by WikiLeaks, Chief Executive Jamie Smith of “security” firm SCG International stated his organization had been contracted to U.S. intelligence agencies to supply arms to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi in Libya and was now working with Saudi Arabia and Qatar to provide weapons to hard-liner Islamic jihadists brigades to overthrow Assad in Syria. Smith stated that SCG was also working to recover miss ...
Iran is threatening the United Arab Emirates again over claims on three islands in the Persian Gulf.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UPI) Oct 1, 2012 - As tensions swell in the Persian Gulf, the United States is pressing its fractious Arab allies to accelerate efforts to establish an integrated missile defense network to counter the threat of Iran's growing ballistic arsenal.
Sailors from 25 nations began mock military battles in the Persian Gulf on Sunday in the largest ever naval exercise in the region.
Dubai Marina is a district in the heart of what has become known as "new Dubai" in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Dubai Marina is a canal city, carved along a two mile (3 km) stretch of Persian Gulf shoreline. When the entire development is complete, it will accommodate more than 120,000 people in residential towers and villas. It is located at on Interchange 5 between Jebel Ali Port and the area which hosts Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City, and the American University in Dubai. The first phase of this project has been completed. Dubai Marina was inspired by and designed to model the highly successful Concord Pacific Place development along False Creek in Vancouver, BC, Canada .
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Persian Gulf primed to explode July 18, 2012 The Asia Times Online reports: “‘US navy fires on Emirate boat out of fear of Iran’ - headline in Kayhan Newspaper, Tehran. The Persian Gulf powder keg may soon explode if the current cycle of mounting tensions continues unabated. Two days ago, a minor incident involving a US refueling warship and an Indian fishing boat off the coast of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) resulted in one fatality and three wounded. That the fishermen insist they were fired on without a warning - contrary to the US navy's assertion - gives us a prelude to more ominous developments on the horizon. It seems trigger-happy American sailors see gathering clouds of conflict and are taking preemptive measures that, in this particular case, made a small dent in otherwise amicable US-India relations. In a sign of New Delhi's unwillingness to call for an inquiry into the incident, however, it has not voiced even a whisper of criticism of the US. Initially, US media reported that the inci ...
WASHINGTON, June 27 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Barack Obama and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), on Wednesday discussed an array of regional security issues like Iran, Syria, terrorism, energy security and UAE's territorial dispute with Iran.
America's most sophisticated stealth jet fighters have been quietly deployed to an allied base less than 200 miles from Iran's mainland, according to an industry report, but the Air Force adamantly denied the jets' presence is a threat to the Middle East nation. (Oh! are we "Dumb *** ) Multiple stealth F-22 Raptors, which have never been combat-tested, are in hangars at the United Arab Emirates' Al Dafra Air Base, just a short hop over the Persian Gulf from Iran's southern border, the trade publication Aviation Week reported. That should send many of the Muslim Scum-bags prostrating on their filthy prayer blankets.
Several U.S. military officials say while it’s not the primary intention, the exercise is meant to be noticed by Syria and Iran especially. The message: even with the United States out of Iraq, and winding up the war in Afghanistan, there is a formidable U.S. presence in the region, and other countries are capable of filling in the gaps. The U.S. Navy already is keeping two aircraft carriers in the next-door Persian Gulf region, and stepping up the presence of minesweepers in those waters. The Air Force has sent half a dozen F-22 fighters to the United Arab Emirates. The Joint Special Operations Command has conducted several deadly drone strikes against al Qaeda in Yemen. But Eager Lion is taking it one step further. Marines will train in southern Jordan on their amphibious landing and warfare skills. But there will also be a number of the most elite U.S. Special Operations troops, training with Jordanian special forces units in counterterrorism and other assault operations.
The officials are burning with a low blue flame. They have once again started insulting the Iranian nation using an arrogant and offensive language. What has irritated them this time is the recent visit paid by the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the Iranian of in the Persian Gulf as par...
U.S. Centcom commander Gen. David Petraeus said last week that the United Arab Emirates, a key U.S. ally in the Persian Gulf, has the capability to overpower Iran's Air Force.
The U.S. State Department on April 18 backed the United Arab Emirates' call ...
The speaker of the Friday Prayer of 20 April of Tehran , Ayatollah Ahmad Jenati hint to United Arab Emirates and called investors to avoid investment in tiny...
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Persian Gulf Arab States said they stand united in a territorial dispute between Iran and the United Arab Emirates
April 09, 2012 Associated Press DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - - The U.S. Navy says it has deployed a second aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf amid rising tensions with Iran over its nuclear program. Cmdr. Amy Derrick-Frost of the Bahrain-based 5th Fleet said on Monday that the deployment of the nuclear-powered USS Enterprise along with the Abraham Lincoln carrier strike group marks only the fourth time in the past decade that the Navy has had two aircraft carriers operating at the same time in the region.
City lights of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, are featured in this image taken by the Expedition 30 crew aboard the International Space Station. The City of Dubai--the largest metropolitan area within the emirate of Dubai--is a favorite subject of astronaut photography largely due to the unique artificial archipelagos situated directly offshore in the Persian Gulf, which were built such that their full design is only visible from the vantage point of an airplane -- or an orbiting spacecraft. The city presents an eye-catching appearance at night that vividly displays the urban development pattern. In this detailed image, taken with a long focal length lens and digital camera optimized for fast response and high light sensitivity, several interesting patterns can be observed. The highways and major streets are sharply defined by yellow-orange lighting, while the commercial and residential areas are resolved into a speckle pattern of individual white, blue and yellow-orange lights. Several large and brilliantl ...
Have you ever dreamed of a place where the warm sun dries Iker Casillas' tears before they reach his cheek, the Persian Gulf breeze blows through Xabi Alonso's beard and Pepe stomps someone to death on the beach? Then welcome … Continue reading →
Dubai is in the UAE (United Arab Emirates). It's on the Persian Gulf right across from Iran, Pakistan etc.
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