Dubai Aquarium. One of the largest tanks in the world!

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Dubai Aquarium, one of the of the largest tanks in the world at 51m x 20m x 11m and featuring the world’s largest viewing panel at 32.8m wide and 8.3m high. Over time, Dubai Aquarium will have more than 33,000 living animals, representing more than 85 species including over 400 sharks and rays combined. Dubai Aquarium’s 270-degree glass walk-through tunnel makes for incredible close-encounter experiences.

 

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UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515

UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515

UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515

UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515

UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515

UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515

UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515

UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515

UAE: ANHRI Denounces Blocking a Website Address the News of the Detainees

Cairo April, 18, 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounces blocking a website concerned with the UAE94 case, as the website publishes the news and the details of the court.
The UAE authorities blocked, on April 14, 2013, the website of the UAE detainees inside the UAE territories. The website is concerned with the UAE94 case, who are accused of overthrow the regime in the UAE and publishes all the news related to the families of the detainees and the violations they suffer by the authorities to ban them from speaking to their relatives.
This is not the first time that the UAE block websites, as it blocked the website of “Watan” in September 17, 2012 on the background of addressing the arrest campaigns established against several activist and reformists, which repeated by the “Discussion Forum” and the blog of the UAE detainees.
ANHRI said that: “the authorities block to the website is the a new violation to the freedom of expression that could be added to the serious violations committed by the authorities in addition to blocking the website is a new mean to silence the voices that speak about the UAE94 activists and detainees in addition to whoever speak or address this case. Recently, a sentence was issued to imprison the activist Abdullah Hadidi for ten months due to posts on twitter”.
ANHRI demands the authorities to lift the ban from the website and respect the freedom of expression.
For more information
http://www.anhri.net/?p=59515