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List of Emiratis

 

List of Emiratis

This is a list of prominent Emirati people and who are United Arab Emirates nationals .

Contents

  • Royal Families 1
    • Al Nahyan royal family — Abu Dhabi 1.1
    • Al Maktoum royal family — Dubai 1.2
    • Al-Qasimi royal family — Sharjah 1.3
    • Al-Qasimi royal family — Ras al-Khaimah 1.4
    • Al Nuaimi royal family — Ajman 1.5
    • Al Sharqi royal family — Fujairah 1.6
  • Ministers 2
  • Non-royal Government Officials 3
  • Businessmen 4
  • Medicine 5
  • Arts 6
  • Innovations 7
  • Sports 8
    • Cricketers 8.1
    • ODI cricketers 8.2
    • Bowlers 8.3
    • Footballers 8.4
    • Rally drivers 8.5
    • Sport shooters 8.6
    • Racehorse owners & amp; breeders 8.7
    • Other 8.8
  • Politics 9
  • Writers 10
  • See also 11
  • References 12

Royal Families

Al Nahyan royal family — Abu Dhabi

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Al Maktoum royal family — Dubai

Al-Qasimi royal family — Sharjah

Al-Qasimi royal family — Ras al-Khaimah

Al Nuaimi royal family — Ajman

Al Sharqi royal family — Fujairah

Ministers

Non-royal Government Officials

Businessmen

Medicine

Arts

Innovations

Sports

Cricketers

ODI cricketers

Bowlers

Footballers

Rally drivers

Sport shooters

Racehorse owners & amp; breeders

Other

Politics

Writers

See also

References

  1. ^ "First female Emirati orthopaedic surgeon dies in road accident". Gulf News. 23 August 2015. Retrieved August 23, 2015. 
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