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· October, 2009

Stories about United Arab Emirates from October, 2009

UAE: Hijab as a marketing ploy

Abayachic questions the use of hijab as a marketing ploy.

UAE: Sending a Child to School

Sending a child to school for the first time, could be difficult on many parents. Palestinian Eman, who lives in the UAE, discusses her thoughts and feelings on her son's...

UAE: Desperate Housewife

Palestinian Eman, who lives in the UAE, discusses her life as a ‘deperate’ housewife, whose life and work rotates around her home.

Morocco: Arabisk Results

Arabic blogging contest Arabisk drew to a close with the announcement of the top three winners. The first place went to Tech World, the second to group blog Nibras Chabab,...

Dubai: Candy Anyone?

Grapeshisha, from Dubai, reports on the opening of the world's largest candy store there.

Dubai: The Joy of Arabic Perfume

Fashionnova Bahrain discovers the joy of concentrated Arab perfume during a trip to Dubai, UAE.

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