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10 Oct. 2013
A couple chats while having lunch at a restaurant in... more
10 Oct. 2013
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A couple chats while having lunch at a restaurant in the Dubai mall October 9, 2013. A call for the United Arab Emirates to consider allowing expatriates to apply for citizenship has sparked a debate about national identity in the Gulf Arab state, where foreigners outnumber the local population by more than five to one. Sultan Sooud al-Qassemi, a member of one of the UAE's ruling families, is one of the federation's pre-eminent commentators and also one of the most well-known Twitter users in the Middle East, with more than 250,000 followers. Qassemi's op-ed in a Dubai daily, suggesting that citizenship could be opened to long-time foreign residents who have contributed greatly to society, argued that Emirati society was ready for change. Picture taken October 9, 2013.To match Feature EMIRATES-CITIZENSHIP/ REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
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