Need I say more?
The UAE like the United States is a country made up of states that are largely independent. The seven states of the United Arab Emirates are: Ras al Khaimah, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Umm al Qaiwain, Dubai, Fujairah and Sharjah. However, unlike the US, the UAE is governed by a Supreme Council of Rulers made up of the seven emirs, who appoint the prime minister and the cabinet. I know this is not the democracy that the US purports to be practicing but I can assure you that of all the countries in the Gulf, the UAE is the most liberal. The UAE government promotes moderate Islam and permits all other religions.
However, I believe that freedom and democracy like everything else needs to be moderated and I am of the opinion that this concept is deeply lacking within the American society. In America I could find people outside a shopping mall cursing the president at the top of their voices. You won’t see that in the UAE. Whichever way you view it, I dont think this is a good thing. In UAE a culture of respect is cultivated for the blue-bloods and other figures of authority. That is the proper thing to do.
The UAE has a free modern health care system and education, a booming economy and political stability in the midst of an unstable region. It does not cost its citizens an arm and a leg to obtain medical care as is the case within the US healthcare system. This could probably explain why life expectancy has rapidly caught up with and will soon surpass that for Americans. 99 percent of UAE nationals work in the state sector because of its attractive benefits while in the US the civil service is considered the least attractive employer.
Furthermore, if getting a job in Dubai is accompanied by a tax free salary. Yes, you are not going to drown in taxes like in the US plus all shop goods can be bought at tax free prices. Job opportunities are diverse and plentiful. In comparison to America, the