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Ameer Al Sunni, Staff Reporter
The Ajman Criminal Court sentenced an Arab husband to one year in jail and fined him Dhs170,000 for brutally torturing and confining his wife inside a room, which amounts to kidnapping.
The defendant will be deported after serving his sentence.
According to the official records, the defendant tortured his wife by burning parts of her body through a fork connected to an electric charger cable, mutilating her internal organs.
The defendant did so after he discovered that his wife had a relationship with another person whom she was communicating with through WhatsApp.
The defendant also kept the victim inside a room and prevented her from getting out of it.
While married, the defendant and his divorcee agreed to deposit each a monthly amount in the said account to secure the future of their daughter.
The Dubai criminal court fined an Arab female doctor Dhs3,000 and her husband Dhs2,000, after the doctor and her sister assaulted her husband’s second wife in her bedroom.
A husband filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife, demanding that she repay him Dhs1,757,000 the value of real estate installments which she bought with him before their divorce.
The UAE government affirmed that the UAE citizens have priority in being appointed to any of the vacant jobs in the federal authorities, adding that non-nationals can be appointed in case the citizen does not meet the conditions and requirements of the job.
The Iranian Jamaran news website identified the boy as 9-year-old Morteza Delf Zaregani. They spoke to the father who accused the police of not issuing any warning before shooting.
The UAE Government stated that a resident can obtain a residence visa for his wife and children, after submitting the marriage contract which must be certified in Arabic or translated into Arabic by a sworn and certified translator.