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Dubai Police have denied that two Israelis were being detained in Dubai.
The police dismissed the rumours as incorrect.
The authorities urged members of the society to refrain from publishing and posting such incorrect information.
They said anybody who indulges in such acts will be punishable by law.
According social media, the two Israelis were detained for photographing a government building.
Some bogus sites claimed that the Jewish community members in the UAE were aware of incident.
The authorities are tracing the source and an investigation has be launched.
In the video, Mahesh tells his fans and residents of the UAE, "I have visited the smart police station, and I should tell you that it is really fascinating."
The police said these information on social media were baseless and not true.
Visitor is charged with dealing in fake foreign currency worth INR3.6 million that is worth Dhs185,000 and using it in a UAE airport.
The Dubai Police have unveiled new sophisticated cameras installed at pedestrian crossing areas to monitor vehicles that fail to abide by the traffic regulations.
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