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Abu Dhabi Police had earlier warned residents that slandering people on social media can lead anywhere from a Dh250,000 to a Dh500,000 fine, according to Gulf News reports.
Abu Dhabi Police have warned residents that slandering people on social media can be fined up to Dh500,000 and face a 3-year jail term.
5 (Petra)-- China accused US Vice President Mike Pence of slandering the country with "baseless" allegations Friday, after he delivered a scathing speech in Washington claiming Beijing was trying to covertly influence US politics for its own political gain.
Khalid said Wan Asshima Kamaruddin, president of the Gerakan Muslimah Islam Malaysia (GMIM), did not apologise for allegedly slandering him and had only apologised for humiliating him.
Former head of the Central Auditing Organization Hesham Geneina (R) - File photo CAIRO -- 13 February 2018: Military Prosecutor's office decided on Tuesday to jail former top auditor Hisham Geneina for 15 days pending ongoing slandering investigation.
A good example of the virulence of the attacks against backbiters is The Evil Tongue Tryed and Found Guilty (1672), in which Stephen Ford denounces "the hainous, horrid, and hurtful nature of the sin of slandering" (92).
Dubai: A woman employee of a global satellite TV channel has been accused of slandering her colleague by saying she was not present at her office desk because she was having sex with her boyfriend.
After all, the mythmakers-fabricators-liars are in reality slandering the good name of the Granite State.
The report describes President Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an's "oversensitivity" towards alleged slander of him and his family as "bordering on intolerance." As an example, the report mentions the suspended sentence handed down by a court to Today's Zaman Editor-in-Chief BE-lent KeneE- for allegedly slandering the president on Twitter.