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according to uaeviral.com Online scams and extortion is a new trend of cyber crime that is targeting mostly citizens of Gulf countries and more UAE men are falling victims to these crimes.
One of these new trends is the Skype sex scam.The Skype sex scam is basically an extortion method where the criminal acts as if he is a very attractive lady, adds you on Facebook, and starts to flirt with you.
After knowing you for a bit, the criminal will ask to Skype you, then show a fake video of a woman. He will then seduce you to perform indecent acts on webcam.If you do fall for this and perform these acts, the criminal would record the whole thing.After the act is done, the criminal will upload your recording to YouTube, and threaten to send it to all your friends and family. These criminals will usually ask for around 1000-2000$ as payment. Even after you send the payment, they might possibly ask for another payment at a later date.
This form of extortion is being mostly targeted at citizen of UAE and gulf countries. This is due to the fact that in these countries, sex is a very taboo topic, and such scandal is extremely shameful in the community, which makes it easier to extort money out of the victims.

Warning: this video contains descriptions of sexual acts

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Video: More UAE men are falling for the Skype sex scam!


according to uaeviral.com Online scams and extortion is a new trend of cyber crime that is targeting mostly citizens of Gulf countries and more UAE men are falling victims to these crimes.
One of these new trends is the Skype sex scam.The Skype sex scam is basically an extortion method where the criminal acts as if he is a very attractive lady, adds you on Facebook, and starts to flirt with you.
After knowing you for a bit, the criminal will ask to Skype you, then show a fake video of a woman. He will then seduce you to perform indecent acts on webcam.If you do fall for this and perform these acts, the criminal would record the whole thing.After the act is done, the criminal will upload your recording to YouTube, and threaten to send it to all your friends and family. These criminals will usually ask for around 1000-2000$ as payment. Even after you send the payment, they might possibly ask for another payment at a later date.
This form of extortion is being mostly targeted at citizen of UAE and gulf countries. This is due to the fact that in these countries, sex is a very taboo topic, and such scandal is extremely shameful in the community, which makes it easier to extort money out of the victims.

Warning: this video contains descriptions of sexual acts

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A Couple Have Been Jailed For Kissing In Public at dubai, after being caught kissing in a petrol station's restroom. 
The duo were caught by a petrol station staff member, after being in the toilet for more than 10 minutes. 
The staff members then alerted a police officer who was on site. 
The duo, an Egyptian man and Moroccan woman were subsequently arrested. 

A judge has sentenced the man and woman to a month in prison each

According to a report in Gulf News, the couple will be deported after they have served their prison sentence. 

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A Couple Have Been Jailed For Kissing In in a petrol station's restroom

A Couple Have Been Jailed For Kissing In Public at dubai, after being caught kissing in a petrol station's restroom. 
The duo were caught by a petrol station staff member, after being in the toilet for more than 10 minutes. 
The staff members then alerted a police officer who was on site. 
The duo, an Egyptian man and Moroccan woman were subsequently arrested. 

A judge has sentenced the man and woman to a month in prison each

According to a report in Gulf News, the couple will be deported after they have served their prison sentence. 

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according to khaleej times For Pakistani expat Nyla, 36, marriage is not a top-of-mind priority. Anymore. For years, she and her family tried in vain to find a suitable match here in the UAE, and now she's all but given up the dream of a family of her own or even a life partner.
"There were so many proposals that came her way, but none could be solemnised into marriage for various reasons," one of Nyla's close friends told Khaleej Times.
Nyla, who lives with her family in Dubai and works in Sharjah, keeps herself busy working and pursuing new courses.
She is not alone.
Frustration grows with every passing day for a number of young Pakistani expats in the UAE seeking a life partner.
It's not a big deal being single. 
Value yourself. Being frustrated is increase the chances of ending up and settling for just whatever comes your way. 
Choose wisely, be patient, don't be so needy


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Pakistani singles in UAE: Unhappily unmarried

according to khaleej times For Pakistani expat Nyla, 36, marriage is not a top-of-mind priority. Anymore. For years, she and her family tried in vain to find a suitable match here in the UAE, and now she's all but given up the dream of a family of her own or even a life partner.
"There were so many proposals that came her way, but none could be solemnised into marriage for various reasons," one of Nyla's close friends told Khaleej Times.
Nyla, who lives with her family in Dubai and works in Sharjah, keeps herself busy working and pursuing new courses.
She is not alone.
Frustration grows with every passing day for a number of young Pakistani expats in the UAE seeking a life partner.
It's not a big deal being single. 
Value yourself. Being frustrated is increase the chances of ending up and settling for just whatever comes your way. 
Choose wisely, be patient, don't be so needy


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Dubai Holding on Sunday revealed the new Dh6.3 billion Marsa Al Arab project, including two new islands either side of the Burj Al Arab hotel. Dubai will soon be home to another world-class tourist destination.
Marsa Al Arab is a 4-million square feet mix-use development that will comprise two man-made islands on either side of the Burj Al Arab, adding about 2.2 km of beach front area.

It will house four major attractions: Wild Wadi, the Marine Park, Cirque de Soleil and the Pearl Museum.

The AED 6.5 billion project will also include four new hotels, more than 400 residential units and 400 F&B outlets


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Marsa Al Arab project near Burj Al Arab to feature two new luxury islands

Dubai Holding on Sunday revealed the new Dh6.3 billion Marsa Al Arab project, including two new islands either side of the Burj Al Arab hotel. Dubai will soon be home to another world-class tourist destination.
Marsa Al Arab is a 4-million square feet mix-use development that will comprise two man-made islands on either side of the Burj Al Arab, adding about 2.2 km of beach front area.

It will house four major attractions: Wild Wadi, the Marine Park, Cirque de Soleil and the Pearl Museum.

The AED 6.5 billion project will also include four new hotels, more than 400 residential units and 400 F&B outlets


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