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Ihab Atta, Staff Reporter
In Sunday, the Dubai Criminal Court looked into two separate threats and insults cases.
The suspect in the first case, a 19-year-old GCC man was charged with insulting and threatening a compatriot girl.
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As for the second case, a 29-year-old African was charged with threatening to kill his manager if he did not receive his financial dues.
According to the papers of the first case, the suspect sent the victim voice messages insulting her, threatening her and informing her family and brothers about his relationship with her, if she did not unblock him on Instagram and Snapchat.
In the second case, the victim is a 32-year-old Asian manager who called the police when the suspect came to meet him at his workplace, and asked him for his financial dues because he had already been sacked.
The suspect refused the amount the manager offered him, and flew into rage. He shouted and threatened to kill everyone and kill himself. Then, he opened his bag and took out a bottle, claiming that it contained petroleum material. He reportedly threatened to burn everyone and burn himself, but the attendees took control of him and then called the police.
Recently, the Dubai Public Prosecution referred two female visitors to the Misdemeanors Court on charges of begging people for money. The two women were arrested and the amounts in their possession, seized. The court sentenced them to one month in jail to be followed by deportation and ordered the seized money to be confiscated.
Khalid Hassan Al Mutawa, assistant chief prosecutor, who initiated investigation ainto the case, said the two women had been arrested in co-operation with the anti-begging authorities and taken to the police station before being referred to the public prosecution for interrogation.
He explained that the defendants confessed during the public prosecution interrogations that they were selling some foodstuffs in a shopping area but went later to a nearby mosque to ask passersby and worshippers for money, which they did collect some.
Based on this, the two defendants were referred to the Misdemeanor Court on charges of begging, which is punished under the federal law no. 9 for 2018 on anti-begging, he said.
Al Mutawa called on the members of the society to contribute to fighting and curbing this phenomenon by not responding to beggars and ignoring begging attempts. He also called on them to notify the concerned accordingly so that necessary legal action is taken. Begging is a dangerous negative phenomenon that jeopardizes the security and integrity of the society, he said, noting that the UAE charities extend a helping hand to every needy person and their doors are always open to everybody.
The Arab sale executive, 28, was referred to the Dubai Criminal Court over allegations that he employed lies and fraudulent means to swindle Dhs194,243 from the Jordanian female programmer, 29.
The company discovered the forged recorded information after the suspect had left the company and quit his job, in an attempt to cover up his crimes.
The defendant was abusing drugs and possessed narcotics for peddling it to drug abusers against money.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) announced on Saturday that it conducted 148,245 additional COVID-19 tests over the past 24 hours, using state-of-the-art medical testing equipment.
"The aim is to ensure that there are qualified leaders who are able to continue the process of building in the same spirit and with the same leadership culture," Sheikh Mohammed tweeted.
It has the capability to store vaccines and other pharmaceutical products at a range of up to -80 degree as it is equipped with temperature and humidity systems monitored digitally via a control dashboard.