What Is The Gulf Country Of The United Arab Emirates

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The interest of mine research topic is Gulf Country that is UAE (United Arab Emirates. In this essay I discussed about languages, religions, life style, economy and political factors as well which make my essay very useful and popular in term of my attempt. Its population is 9.27 million in 2016, with the GDP of 3.847 billion USD, these statistics shows this United Arab Emirates have an important country in middle east. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a country on the Arabian Peninsula located on the southeastern coast of the Persian Gulf and the northwestern coast of the Gulf of Oman. The UAE consists of seven emirates and was founded on 2 December 1971 as a federation. Six of the seven emirates (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah,…show more content…
So this sounds very interesting topic to research on it where too many languages, people, religions exist at the same time. The United Arab Emirates is home to a rich cultural heritage that has been strongly influenced by its unique environment. The region's varied terrain, desert, oasis, mountains and coast, dictated the traditional lifestyles that evolved over the centuries. A resilience and resourcefulness necessary to survive in these harsh conditions was fostered by society’s age-old tribal structure: each family was traditionally bound by obligations of mutual assistance to his immediate relatives and to the tribe as a whole. Among the tribe an individual's selfless hospitality was the source of his honor and pride. A common religion, Islam, also provided the cement that held society together. The largest tribal group, the Bani Yas, roamed the vast sandy areas that cover almost all of the emirates of Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Other tribes, too, such as the Awamir and Manasir, shared this challenging environment for numerous generations. All the subtribes and clans were accustomed to wander great distances with their camels in search of grazing, moving as entire family units. Almost all Bani Yas families, with the exception of the fishing groups like the Al Rumaitha, returned to a home in one of the oasis settlements
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