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According to Human Rights Watch, UAE's civil and criminal courts apply elements of Sharia law, codified into its criminal code and family law, in a way which discriminates against women.
Sharia courts have exclusive jurisdiction to hear family disputes, including matters involving divorce, inheritances, child custody, child abuse and guardianship of minors.
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.
Furthermore, their camera, computers, hard drives and other material were confiscated.
Freedom of association and freedom of religion are also curtailed.
Despite being elected to the UN Council, the UAE has not signed most international human-rights and labor-rights treaties, including the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families.
In April 2009, a video tape of torture smuggled out of the UAE showed Sheikh Issa bin Zayed Al Nahyan torturing a man with whips, electric cattle prods, and wooden planks with protruding nails, and running him over repeatedly with a car.
The US State Department has expressed concern over the verdict and said all members of Emirati society "must stand equal before the law" and called for a careful review of the decision to ensure that the demands of justice are fully met in this case.
Foreign nationals were also subjected to a campaign of deportations.They released them without charge after spending 3 months in incommunicado detention.The three sisters had arrested after posting comments criticizing government for arresting their brother Dr. In August 2015, Emirati academic Nasser bin Ghaith was arrested after posting some comments on social media in which he criticized the mass killing of Rab'a protesters in Cairo in 2013.November 2017, Abu Dhabi security forces arrested two journalists covering the opening of the Abu Dhabi Louvre museum for Swiss public broadcaster.The journalists were held for more than 50 hours, with no possibility to communicate with the outside world.