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Bin Ghaith's fate still unknown at time of writing.
According to Amnesty annual report (2016) on Human Rights in UAE, enforced disappearance has been widely practiced against citizen and foreign nationals in UAE.
Sharia courts may also hear appeals of certain criminal cases including rape, robbery, driving under the influence of alcohol and related crimes.
Many foreign nationals and Emirati citizens have been arrested and abducted by the state, the UAE government denies these people are being held (to conceal their whereabouts), placing these people outside the protection of the law.
In March 2018, an Emirati princess Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum II, daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, was seized by commandos from a yacht away from the Indian coast, after she fled from UAE.
In a video recorded by Latifa prior to her escape, she claimed to have tried escaping from the UAE previously.
In April 2013, he was sentenced to 10 months in jail.In addition, Dr Nasser Bin Ghaith, an academic and economist, has been forcibly disappeared by the authorities for more than 10 months.Bin Ghaith has been subjected to torture and ill-treatment as he faced charges relating to his right to freedom of expression.According to RTS, The journalists were interrogated for up to nine hours at a time, and were blindfolded as they were shuttled between different locations.Furthermore, their camera, computers, hard drives and other material were confiscated.