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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Emirati beating an Indian driver as if he were a slave or man-servant.

A foreigner's worst nightmare come true.




What is revealing about this incident is the attitude of the irate Emirati who appears to claim a right to beat and whip this Indian; and moreover, how the Indian is taking his "punishment" like a slave or someone in an inferior or servile position.

This encounter says a lot about who is really in charge, who is superior versus inferior, and who gets to do the beating and who must accept the beating.

Woe betide this Indian if he had dared to retaliate and laid a finger on the Emirati! He would be in custody now, facing a year or more in prison followed by deportation.

As employees of UAE University, we know implicitly where the lines are drawn, and in whose favor the law operates. If confronted like this by an irate Emirati, we know intuitively that we must bear and put up with the beating, for to resist could very well land us, the victim, in prison, and not the perpetrator.


5 comments:

  1. So true! So true! Even if we were in the right and defending ourselves, if we took a slug at any one of them, we would be in deep sh*t!

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  2. Really, if it were me, I would have just beaten the shit out of this Arab. I mean, let's face it, Emirati men are fat, out of condition and pretty cowardly when confronted. A few hammer blows to his head or chest, and he would be out of there fast.

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  3. This is a very common trend in UAE. I have from a distance of a few hundred metres witnessed an Emaarati get out of his car and beat the crap out of a poor person near Health Care city a few years. I had witnessed this from the balcony of my work with a few of my colleagues. The beating lasted for around 30 seconds. If we would have even run to that spot, we couldn't just cross the road since there were large railings preventing crossings on the road. However, I have also seen the complete opposite in Dubai when I saw a Pathan taxi driver in Dubai was going to be physically abused by two big fat arab thugs. That pathan beat the crap out of them on Maktoum bridge. These arabs need to be stood up against. Nobody is above humanity.

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  4. Pathans usually don't take abuse from anyone. Good for him.
    I had a confrontation with some young punk Emirati who was terrorizing me on the road with his big SUV. I finally stopped and he came at me with his sandal. I have a half meter piece of re -bar. One whack on his right arm and it was over. He couldn't believe someone would stand up to him. I probably broke arm.

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