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INDIA – UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Christian doctor killed in Abu Dhabi: no news, not even from India
The Chief of Urology at Ahalia Hospital describes the victim, Dr. Rajan Daniel, as "very religious and a gentleman". A few hours before his death, the victim wanted to read the Bible. The suspected murderer is a man of Pakistani nationality, maybe a patient.
22/11/2012 INDIA - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Abu Dhabi: man who killed Christian doctor from India commits suicide
Mohammed Abdul Jamil, 46, from Pakistan hanged himself in his cell. A patient of the victim, Dr Rajan Daniel, he was not motivated by religion according to police but by personal animosity against the doctor fir his inability to bring relief to his ailment.
03/11/2012 INDIA - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Abu Dhabi: Pakistani kills an Indian Christian doctor. The shadow of fundamentalism
The suspect, Mohamed Abdul Jamil, has stabbed Dr. Rajan Daniel eight times. Motives still unknown. The Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) criticizes the silence of the Indian government and denounces growing radicalism - Hindu and Muslim - in India.
30/10/2007 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
4 thousand striking workers expelled from Dubai
Abstention from work is forbidden in the country. The demonstrators demanding better treatment are mainly immigrant workers from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, involved in the building of the world’s tallest building.
20/01/2016 19:33:00 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – INDIA
Vicar of southern Arabia: Even in Muslim countries vocations are born
Mgr Paul Hinder led the ordination ceremony of Fr Darick Paul D'Souza and Fr Arun Raj Manuel. Both priests were born into Indian immigrant families for whom the Church is "the spiritual home". Indeed, “those who live abroad call the Christian community home amid a cultural environment of different traditions". The best evidence that different religions can coexist "is based on the daily expression of Christian life."
02/05/2008 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Record profit increase by 62 per cent for Emirate Airlines
For the financial year 2007-08 the carrier increases annual profits to US$ 1.37 billion despite rising fuel costs. Its 114 planes carried 21.2 million passengers.
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