The year-old was accused of having sex out of wedlock and kissing men who stayed in an apartment with her. After the women denied both charges, the court asked her to produce evidence through a defense lawyer. The p residing judge of the Abu Dhabi Court of First Instance also asked her whether or not she knew "that having sexual intercourse and intimate kissing out of marriage are considered a crime in the UAE. After the first hearing in the case, which took place on Tuesday, the prosecution officially charged the woman with "having sexual intercourse out of wedlock and kissing others intimately. The woman will later be deported from the UAE.
Tourist in Abu Dhabi on trial for having sex and kissing men outside of marriage
Tourist on trial for having sex out of wedlock | Crime – Gulf News
A Gulf national has appeared in the Ras Al Khaimah criminal court on charges of luring a young girl with pornographic pictures and then threatening her with WhatsApp messages. As per court records, the case unfolded when the suspect communicated with the complainant through WhatsApp and asked her to have sex with him out of the wedlock, in a hotel room he booked in Ras Al Khaimah. The defendant, as per the sheet of indictment, allegedly logged into the complainant's social media account without her consent, abused his own telecommunications devices and services, possessed pornographic pictures and solicited the victim. The suspect denied the charges, though, affirming that he never communicated with the plaintiff through WhatsApp messenger.
Woman who reported rape is charged with illegal sex
Well, if the trailer is anything to go by, you end up in a childless, sexless limbo until one day, over lunch, you and three glamorous friends are offered an all expenses-paid holiday in what the official plot synopsis calls "one of the most luxurious, exotic and vivid places on earth, where the party never ends and there's something mysterious around every corner". So far, so Sex and the City, but the picture gets a little less alluring when the holiday location is revealed as Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. There has been remarkably little controversy over this choice of setting, despite the country's appalling record on women's rights and human rights in general. In contrast to the image it attempts to project globally, the UAE is a country where human rights are systematically violated and where women are routinely discriminated against. The situation is bad enough if you are a citizen — your husband has a legal right to beat you and cannot be prosecuted if he rapes you — but it's significantly worse if you are a non-national in a country where racial discrimination is endemic.
The year-old was accused of having sex out of wedlock and kissing other compatriots who stayed in an apartment with her. She denied both the charges and the court asked her to produce evidence through a defence lawyer. The prosecution has charged her with having sexual intercourse out of wedlock and kissing others intimately. In another case, two Arab nationals who were charged with having illicit relations and kissing out of wedlock, appeared before the Abu Dhabi Court of First Instance on Tuesday. You can manage them any time by clicking on the notification icon.