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The Evolution Of United Arab Emirates

651 words - 3 pages

The evolution of UAE


Prepared by: Mahra Essa Kharbash
Submitted to: Miss shaaima
Date: 1/11/2013

Table of content

• Preface 1
Introduction
History of UAE
Who established this country

• Conclusion 2
Bibliography

Preface
• Reason of choosing this topic is:
Its my country and I want to write about the development that increases day by day.

Introduction
UAE consists of seven emirates, before finding the oil people were separated into two groups, some people lived in the desert and some lived beside the sea and every one has his own way of living and finding food

The history of UAE
Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Fujairah, umm Al Quwain, Sharjah, Ajman signed country first constitution in December 2 1971. Then Ras Al Khaimah joined in February the following year(1972).
This federation was signed in Abu Dhabi.
Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan(ruler of abu dhabi was selected to be the president of this new country, and sheikh Rashed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum (ruler of Dubai) was appointed as the UAS’s first Prime Minister. (1)

Who established this country?
Sheikh zayed bin sultan al nahyan who played a major conceiving of the concept. (2)He served as a president of UAE since the formation of the federation on December 2 1971 and as a ruler of the emirate of Abu Dhabi since 1966 . (3)
He received only the basic instruction in the principles of Islam from the local Islamic preacher . (4)
Sheikh zayed bin sultan Al Nahyan was born 1918 , he was the youngest of the four sons of sheikh sultan bin zayed al nahyan (ruler of abu dhabi from 1922 to 1926) . when he was born emirate was poor and undeveloped with an economy based on primarily on fishing and diving pearl.
Sheikh zayed’s thirst for knowledge took him into the desert with...

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