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10 Best Work in Dubai, UAE Guides

For a work in Dubai, one cannot always risk any problem to be encountered because labor laws in Dubai and in the Emirates as well are very strict. Offering a TAX-FREE employment, Dubai is the place to work in today. A one time opportunity to work in probably the world’s most industrialized mega and most advanced structures existing today would be a big loss. So here’s a few simple 10 Best Work in Dubai Guides to help those who need and will be working there.

Work Permit – Work permit and residency visa is required. Employers take care of this particular need but as a worker, you have to make sure you have one.
Temporary Working Visa – The period of stay in this visa will vary based on which country you come. For particulars, feel free to check in the local UAE embassy regarding the rules that govern this particular.
Passport Issues – A prime requisite before getting a work permit. Fake passports can cause total ban to work in Dubai.
Labor Contract – A labor contract in 3 copies is needed. May be written in English or Arabic. Has to be approved by the Labor Ministry to make sure that you are in the right terms with your company and recruitment agency and that they are well informed of all your contract terms. Has to clearly state the 60-day renewal period for your labor card.
Labor Card – This has to be valid up to 3 years and is applied as soon as you work in Dubai or any Emirates member. Cancellation of your labor card would mean invalidity to apply for a work permit.
Tax-Free Jobs – Direct personal taxation is against the law in Dubai which means salary is fully remitted to workers.
Free Trade Zones – The free-trade zones in Dubai make it easy for world business investors to jump in which creates a stable pool of jobs for people from around the world. Right now there are 15 free trade zones and counting.
Company to Work – Should be duly licensed and registered business in the Ministry of Labor. Check for this and make sure to avoid getting scammed.
Deportable Diseases – There are 4 deportable diseases in Dubai today namely, Tuberculosis (TB), AIDS or HIV virus, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C (the latest to come in the list).
Renting Place to Stay – Renting an apartment alone in Dubai is really costly and one of the mostly bypassed information for workers looking to work in Dubai. If you are interested to save on this, look for people who live together like same nationalities you have and live with them. This will save you a few bucks to your pocket.

These 10 Best Work in Dubai Guides work with the 7 Emirates namely, Ajman, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah and Umm al-Quwain.

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Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land

  • ISBN13: 9780142002292
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

Product Description
The Jew, according to the Arab stereotype, is a brutal, violent coward; the Arab, to the prejudiced Jew, is a primitive creature of animal vengeance and cruel desires. In this monumental work, revised and more relevant than ever, David Shipler delves into the origins of the prejudices that have been intensified by war, terrorism, nationalism, and the failure of the peace process.

“The best and most comprehensive work there is in the English language on this subject.” (Walter Laqueur, The New York Times)

“A rich, penetrating, and moving portrayal of Arab-Jewish hostility, told in human terms.” (Newsday) Review
The correspondent for The New York Times in Jerusalem from 1979 to 1984, David K. Shipler brings a very American moral commitment to the problem of Arab-Jewish relations. The occupation of the West Bank was by then a static fact of life; many young Israelis and Palestinians had grown up knowing no other reality. The Israeli invasion of Lebanon and the massacres of Palestinians by Lebanese militiamen at the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps, which were under Israeli control, had shaken the consciences of many American Jews. Many of the voices in this book are American, from idealistic young secular Jews working for Arab-Jewish cooperation to the more fanatical followers of Meir Kahane. This work, which won the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction, gives Shipler’s narrative the power of a terrible family argument.

Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land

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