10 January 2010

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Going To DUBAI – Know the 41 laws, do and Don’ts of Dubai or you will end up in Jail

UAE-Going To DUBAI – Know the 41 laws, do and Don’ts of Dubai or you will end up in Jail
According to UAE law, a suspect can be held without charge for 48 hours before being referred to the prosecution.

Going or traveling to Dubai Better understand the laws and rules to prevent jail term.
Let’s know the rules and laws of Dubai –

Dubai is not a democratic country.

Dubai is a Muslim country which follows strict Muslim laws.

Dubai also follows Sharia law.

Muslim laws and culture is very different from west or democratic nations.


When on the beach and at Dubai's water-parks for example, swimwear can be considered appropriate and therefore will not a problem. But you may end up in jail. So better is using the swimwear which Local Muslim females use.


Avoid attire such as mini skirts and any other overtly revealing clothing. It is not allowed as per laws.


It is also not appropriate for men to go around without a top on away from the beach.


Always dress in a more conservative manner.


Avoid taking photographs of building that look to be of political and military importance.


Do not take any photographs of any local residents without permission


Kissing in public is not allowed you may end up in jail if not then you are lucky. Eg. A lesbian couple was sentenced to a month in jail, followed by deportation, for sharing a kiss on the public beach in Dubai.


Don’t eat, drink, chew gum, or even smoke in public between sunset and sunrise, as it is illegal and not allowed as per law.


Dancing and playing loud music in public is banned.


Couples kissing, holding hands or hugging could face fines or detention or jail


Females should not use tight or transparent clothing.


Friday is the prayer day so it is holiday for everyone for everything.In accordance with the Federal Penal Code of the United Arab Emirates, a public intake of food and beverages during daytime hours of the month of Ramadan is forbidden by Article 313. The article stipulates the punishment in the form of either a monetary penalty — up to 2,000 dirhems ($555) — or even a term of up to one month in prison.


Females should remember that they are in Muslim state and behave like that, how local females behave like that Every female should behave.


Don't expect businesses to close for Christian holidays, such as Christmas and Easter. Nothing is important that Muslim Religion.


You need license to drink liquor and always check that you are in a hotel which has license. Alcohol is served only in the restaurants, bars and nightclubs of hotels that have licenses


The laws are not clear and you will understand the law when you are behind the bar in Dubai. So it is better copy the local females. And population.


For fun there are many other nations where you can travel and enjoy unlimited without fear of law.


Anything more than a "peck on the cheek could offend those around you and even possibly lead to police involvement,"


Sex outside marriage is not allowed and you will end up in jail up to six years or more. Engaged with boyfriend this excuse is not allowed.


If you have broken the law, then you will be arrested and taken to police station, questioned and instructed to make a statement. You will not be allowed to access to outside legal or consular help.


Everything will be conducted in Arabic and you will be given translation so be intelligent and without understanding the content do not sign the documents. Get involved someone who understands both languages.


 If you are found guilty of serious crime you will end up in an overcrowded prison, where treatment is harsh and you will see the flogging of other prisoners.


 "The legal and judicial system in the United Arab Emirates makes no distinction between nationals and non-nationals,"


 If you are caught driving with any level of alcohol in your blood expect a jail sentence.


 couples holding hands, it is still an offence, and it is also considered criminal to kiss in public or have sex outside marriage if you are found you will end up in jail who ever may come to your rescue you will end up in jail for few months.


 Drug laws are very strict, here is one example - British tourist Keith Brown was sentenced to four years in prison after Dubai customs officers found a 0.003g trace of cannabis stuck to his shoe. UK Radio 1 DJ Grooverider was sentenced to four years in Dubai for possession of cannabis. The DJ - real name Raymond Bingham - was arrested at the city's airport on November 23 after flying in for a nightclub gig. Customs officials found 2.16 grams of cannabis in his luggage.


Possession of painkillers like codeine and some cold and flu medication could result in a mandatory four-year prison sentence, eg. Tracy Wilkinson was held in custody for eight weeks before customs officers accepted the codeine she was carrying had been prescribed by her doctor for back pains.


 As per Drug laws , "What many travelers may not realize is that they can be deemed to be in possession of such banned substances if they can be detected in their urine or bloodstream, or even in tiny, trace amounts on their person." Eg. A Swiss national is serving a four-year jail term after three poppy seeds from a bread roll he ate at Heathrow airport were found on his clothes.


Prohibited items include: Drugs, firearms, and erotic material or pornographic material.


Like any other nation ignorance of law can not be taken as a ground to get relief from simple or serious or any type of crime.


 As per Sharia law sharing an apartment with a friend of the opposite sex is crime and you may end up in jail.


Any one can inform the police if they see male and female together, they may not call the police if someone is beating the wife, but if they see female is having freedom you should be sure they will inform to police. Eg. an unmarried Indian couple was sentenced to one year in prison just for hugging and kissing in the back seat of a taxi in the Emirate of Fujairah which is north of the UAE. When the taxi driver saw what they were doing, he drove them directly to the police station!


More than 370 drugs are controlled in Dubai .Here is the link you can check the list of controlled drugs.




Prescription and over-the-counter medications are often considered illegal or a controlled substance. Keep your meds in their original containers and bring a letter from your doctor as a well as a copy of your prescription with you.


Be aware what ever country you belong uk or usa or European the embassy will not be able to help you, more than giving you contacts of lawyers. The laws are very strict.


Last but best tip is visit Dubai to make money, Visit Dubai to understand Islam, do not visit Dubai for fun or entertainment which involves full freedom.

UPDATES – Dubai Laws, Rules, Dos AND Don’ts

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A Dubai court last month sentenced an Indian couple to three months in jail for sending each other racy, sexual text messages using mobile

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A Dubai court sentenced the two, Ayman Najafi, 24, and Charlotte Adams, 25, to a month in prison, followed by deportation, for 'public indecency, kissing in a restaurant
A Dubai court rejected a British couple's appeal against their jail sentence for kissing in a restaurant


Update - Saturday, November 13, 2010
A 34-year-old Briton, Paul Anthony working with the United Nations jailed for two months in the UAE for giving an airport worker "the finger" in Dubai He was arrested minutes after the woman lodged a complaint with the police. He was convicted of indecency and insulting the employee 

Updated on Friday, May 18, 2012 –
Cops in the strict Islamic emirate claim recruitment consultant Rebecca Black, 27, romped with an Irishman while being driven from a bar.
Rebecca — facing charges after being held in custody for five days — fiercely denies it.
The taxi driver saw her being frisky with a fella in the rear view mirror of his taxi then taxi driver stopped and ran off to fetch police from a patrol car parked nearby.

And when he returned with a cop naked beauty Rebecca was having sex on the back seat of the cab with Irishman Conor McRedmond, it was said.
The pair were held in custody at a police station for five days before being bailed.
The Sun reported that they saw the charge sheet.
Rebecca faces up to three years in jail if the alleged sex offence is proven.

Updated on Friday, November 23, 2012

A British woman and Irish man accused of engaging in sexual activities in a Dubai taxi were sentenced to three months in prison and then deportation

Rebecca Blake and Conor McRedmond both denied charges of “breach of honour with consent” and committing “an indecent act in a taxi” when they appeared in court yin October.
They also pleaded guilty to a third charge related to consumption of alcohol in public.
“The court sentenced them to jail for three months and deportation in addition to a fine of 3 000 dirhams ($817) each

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Updated on Monday, April 29, 2013

Grant Cameron, Karl Williams and Suneet Jeerh, all in their 20s, were arrested in July 2012 during a holiday in the UAE. Police said they had found a form of synthetic cannabis in their hire car.
All three had pleaded not guilty to charges of possessing and intending to sell illegal drugs and said police had subjected them to beatings and threatened them with guns

UAE Judge Ali Attiyah Saad found the three Britons guilty in Dubai Criminal Court and sentenced them to four years in jail each.

Updated on Saturday, July 20, 2013

The 25-year-old a young Norwegian woman Marte Deborah Dalelv was on a business trip in Dubai when she was raped.

In March she reported about Rape to the police but found herself charged with having extra-marital sex, drinking alcohol and perjury.

Ms Dalelv had reportedly been on a night out with colleagues on 6 March when the rape took place.

She reported it to the police, who proceeded to confiscate her passport and seize her money. She was charged four days later on three counts, including having sex outside marriage.

As per Dubai law the rapist is only punished by law if there are four adult male witnesses to the crime of rape.

For reporting crime of Rape Ms Dalelv now has received 16-month prison sentence

Travel guide of banned items & Guidelines for bringing medicines & drugs to the UAE

Banned items by Dubai Customs include

1. All kinds of Narcotic drugs (Hashish, Cocaine, Heroin, Poppy Seeds, Hallucination Pills, etc.).

2. Goods intended to be imported from boycotted countries.

3. Goods from Israeli origin or bearing Israeli trademarks or logos

4. Crude Ivory and Rhinoceros horn.

5. Gambling tools and machineries.

6. Three layers fishing nets.

7. Original engravings, prints, lithographs, sculpture and statues in any material.

8. Used, reconditioned and inlaid tires.

9. Radiation polluted substances.

10. Printed publications, oil paintings, photographs, pictures, cards, books, magazines stony sculptures and mannequins which contradict Islamic teachings, decencies, or deliberately implying immorality or turmoil.

11. Any other goods, the importation of which is prohibited under the authority of U.A.E. customs laws or any other laws in the country.

12. Forged and duplicate currency.

13. Cooked and home-made foods.
Source: Dubai Customs.

Guidelines for bringing medicines & Drugs in UAE

1. As certain chemicals and drugs are banned in UAE, it is essential to check and ensure that the medicines which someone is carrying does not contain a banned or restricted substance. List of drugs and medicines banned in UAE are available on the website: www.uaeinteract.com/travel/drug.asp

2. If for medical or emergency reasons one needs to carry any medicines, it should be ensured to have a medical prescription from a UAE licenced doctor. If treatment was undertaken outside UAE, one must carry both a doctor’s prescription as well as detailed medical report, both of which should be suitably attested.

3. Residents and non-resident patients can bring into the UAE a maximum of 3 month supply of prescription medicine, for their personal use.

4. Psychotropic medicines can be brought by non-residents to cover their personal consumption for a maximum of 3 month period.

5. Psychotropic medicines can be brought in by resident in a quantity sufficient for 1 month consumption. However, residents can bring a maximum 3 month supply if the medicine is not available in the UAE provided that they obtain the prior approval of the Drug Control Department

6. Resident and non-resident patients should not bring narcotic medicines into the country without the prior approval from the Ministry of Health. Each case will be studied and approved. A valid prescription and medical report from the concerned hospital or department will be required.
7. Medicines that arrive in the country via postal courier cannot be released to the patient unless the above requirements are fulfilled.

8. For more information related to restrictions on carrying of medicines, drugs and chemicals into UAE, one must check Dubai Customs website or www.dubai.ae beforehand.

9. be careful of carrying in poppy seeds which are banned, so avoid accidentally carrying bakery products that might contain such seeds. Also banned is qat leaf, betel leaf or nuts, niswar, gutkha, which while admissible in some countries is not permitted in the UAE.

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Anonymous,  January 10, 2010  

"...they may not call the police if someone is beating the wife, but if they see female is having freedom you should be sure they will inform to police."
The laws of a country become the mindset of the country after a while :(

sm January 10, 2010  

Rule No.36,
that the truth and you said it correctly laws become the mindset of the country.
like ours is corruption is the religion of the country.

Shabnam Sultan January 10, 2010  

Thanks, for posting these ........ i would keep them in mind.And i agree with what Indianhomemaker has said.

Insignia January 10, 2010  

Thats appalling that its acceptable to beat up a women. And after reading all those laws, its best not to visit. But as far as I have read, UAE is any time better than Saudi Arabia.

sm,  January 10, 2010  


sm,  January 10, 2010  

yes i will just add D company is better than Taliban.

Prasant Naidu. January 11, 2010  

India is heaven :) for everything.

sm,  January 11, 2010  

Prasant Naidu
India is heaven for the people who do not like to follow the laws and who love corruption.

BK Chowla, January 11, 2010  

Very informative.
In fact this should be on the MEA web site

Half Indian January 11, 2010  

Very useful and informative. I wish I read this artical years back before I went to Dubai for the first time.

Samvedna January 11, 2010  

Reading them makes one realise, what we have got..real freedom..their law seem to be so barbaric...Even otherwise I never intend to visit any islamic country, as I am very scared.

Admin January 11, 2010  

Great article. This speaks a lot about Dubai, a country where everyone desires to go. I was knowing it as a strict county but not that strict. These points tells us a totally different story. I would prefer not to go there as I cannot live in such restrictions. This is just being too harsh and I would also say..being barbaric :(

sm,  January 11, 2010  

Half Indian,

sm,  January 11, 2010  

yes this is the difference between Democratic nation and Muslim Nation.

sm,  January 11, 2010  


sm,  January 11, 2010  

thanks,for the posting for link,hope you read the article also.

sm,  January 12, 2010  

Just do not post your link,spend 1 min always to read the post.it may increase your knowledge or mine

AnjuGandhi January 12, 2010  

thanx for the info. it might come handy to me as i m visiting Dubai next month

sm,  January 18, 2010  


sm,  June 13, 2010  

A Saudi court has convicted a man and sentenced him to four months in prison and 90 lashes for kissing a woman in a mall.
The man, who is in his 20s, was seen with a woman "sitting on one of the chairs, exchanging hugs."
The man is to receive three batches of lashes and is banned from malls for two years. The women will be tried in another court.

Guru July 08, 2010  

/// Don’t eat, drink, chew gum, or even smoke in public between sunset and sunrise, as it is illegal and not allowed as per law./// This is during Holymonth of ramadan.If you are giving any information please check it before u publish.

sm,  July 08, 2010  

outsiders do not know it.
for me every day every month is holymonth ramadan.
People do not know when it start and when it ends.
and many are not interested to know it.
Better is they should know what is law and what is punishment.

RNSANE August 30, 2010  

I just read your rules about visiting Dubai. Some of these are pretty scary to me and I was totally unaware of them. So many U. S. couple live together for years, before marrying, and travel all over the world together. They, clearly, need to leave Dubai off their travel plans. I had back surgery many years ago and still, occasionally, need doctor ordered pain medications from time to time. It is anxiety provoking to think I might end up in prison for taking a medication, within appropriate limits, under medical advice.

Hitesh Rawat August 30, 2010  

well, i won't say much on that......these are there laws..... and people are living by them.....i completely agree if you visit a different nation, you shld respect their laws and culture.......

sm,  August 30, 2010  

Rules in Dubai are very strict.

sm,  August 30, 2010  

hitesh rawat,,
Yes i agree with you Be roman when you are in Rome.
But i wanted to say in this global world we should learn to accept freedom of humans when they do not harm others.

RNSANE August 31, 2010  

Dubai looks so interesting and it is a cruise port that many Americans would visit because it is but one stop on an itinerary included by American cruise lines in that part of the world. I am sure the cruise lines include these rules in their port talks - or they should - the day before passenger disembarkation. Some of these are VERY important. Honeymooners, for example, often cruise and I can just imagine them strolling about, holding hands and indulging in an occasional kiss. Without adequate information, they might be spending the rest of their honeymoon, separated, in Dubai jails.

I am a strong supporter of respecting the laws of a country you are visiting and ignorance is no excuse. One must make every effort to be informed of a country's do's and taboos when traveling.

SM August 31, 2010  


dubai apartment rentals October 06, 2010  

Hi, nice blog & good post. You have beautifully maintained it,Its really helpful for me, hope u have a wonderful day & awaiting for more new post. Keep Blogging!

sm,  October 09, 2010  


SM October 19, 2010  

ABU DHABI (UAE): A man can beat his wife and young children, as long as he leaves no marks on the body, UAE's highest court has ruled.
Ruling in a case where a man beat up his wife and adult daughter, the court took exception to the cuts and bruises he caused.
The man's daughter is 23 year old.
It said the man was guilty of harming the women but noted that Islamic codes allow for ``discipline'' if no marks are left.

Pavan,  September 09, 2012  

Dubai is heaven for those who want to be arrested for doing nothing wrong. What a joke.

aaditya September 19, 2012  

WTF ! I thought i cud spent some gud time in dubai, but it semms that even looking at girls may land me in jail......

SallymymG October 24, 2012  

Reading them makes one realise, what we have got..real freedom..their law seem to be so barbaric...Even otherwise I never intend to visit any islamic country, as I am very scared.

EmmanuelyrOu October 25, 2012  

Thats appalling that its acceptable to beat up a women. And after reading all those laws, its best not to visit. But as far as I have read, UAE is any time better than Saudi Arabia.

H_TOWN_07 December 06, 2012  

Thankyou, very helpfull

Anonymous,  December 16, 2012  

What says the low about having cash during traveling to Dubai?

Jack notman January 01, 2013  

We dont have public alcohol laws, and its perfectly normal to make out in public. Like it or not our laws are a slightly modified version of the British system.

appsc January 19, 2013  

Hello friends ki like Dubai very well i Missing Dubai i will be there after 1year :)

educatedlady February 18, 2013  

I would never visit this country. I love my freedom too much. Seems fair to say youll end up in jail if you visit Dubai . People suffer from cancer, hiv , and other life threatning illness so you mean to tell me prescription drugs are illegal. For others who live in countries like this you agree because your mind is already inslaved. Seems woman have no voice and thats ridiculous .

Anonymous,  July 21, 2013  

So UAE. You can't kiss, can't drink, can't swear, and you can't be a nudist. But hey you can beat the hell out of your wife.

So why exactly do people visit again?

Anonymous,  July 22, 2013  

Hey there,

I read this article and it makes me wonder, I might get employed by one company with residence in Dubai and so far I know this company is doing a drug test when you're hired and already in Dubai, so if they will find a trace of cannabis in my bloodstream/urine will they definetely call the police and I will end up in jail ? Or anything else could happen? I'd be glad if anyone could answer me. Thanks

SheltieMom33,  July 23, 2013  


It is one thing to say that having sex in public is morally wrong. It is a whole different story with many negative implications for women's health to say that it is illegal for them to report rape without having 4 other men witness it or they will be treated as criminals themselves. That is plain ridiculous and all men who support this law should be ashamed of themselves for accepting this for their wives and daughters. It is absolutely wrong religiously as well as morally for women to be accused of willfully having sex outside of marriage if they are raped. Disgusting.

Religion is not an excuse to allow men to do as they please.

Anonymous,  July 24, 2013  

Haha. This shit made me laugh. Too god damn funny how sick laws can be.

You can't kiss your wife in public, or fuck your girlfriend in the hotelroom. But beating them up is perfectly fine? - Makes good sense!

4 years in prison for 0,003 g. of hash? LOOL! - I'd end up getting a trillion years if I ever went to Dubai.

Well.. What can you expect from a 1400+ year old book that is taken 100% seriously?..

Glad I live in Denmark. Here we can kiss, fuck, eat (pork), drink ourselves under the table, and swear and so on - All in public, without anything happening. Yay!

masadi November 22, 2013  

thanks to article

VANSHIKHA,  November 23, 2013  

ahhhhhhhhhhhh so scary. dubai is really a very strict country..... but, i was unaware of all these rules, so thanks for posting it

Unknown December 31, 2013  

I was in Dubai last month for 4 nights, I saw many Prost. In my hotel's nightclub and as well also in other night clubs in Dubai, Prost from every part of globe Russians Indians Pakistanis Philippians Thai and others, and they all were doing good business, what was that if laws are so scary how can they do these things

mohamed haris February 07, 2014  

Anyways it is much better than india.india is the worst country ever nd it is the best place for criminals to live

Rohith March 09, 2014  

Acc to Dubai Muslim Ladies must be under control only in UAE. Ask them to Visit Other Nation's where Muslim Ladies are involved in Prostitution wearing Burka just to cover there Face.

Anonymous,  March 24, 2014  

Hope you don't this offensively but I found this article very based. You make it seem like everyone is spying on the tourist waiting for them to make one mistake and then drag the off to the prison. You make it seem very uptight which I believe is not how it is. If it was there wouldn't be excellent remarks from the tourists and they would not want to go back again. But this article was very detailed and shows every worst scenario so it's helpful. But drawins a lot of negative attention towards the country's culture

Unknown May 14, 2014  

This entire list was cringe-worthy, I have lived here for several years now and it almost hurts to read this.

Unknown February 09, 2015  

is it true that they cant text or call anyone

Unknown November 20, 2015  

Thanks for the info, does this mean me any my girlfriend cant share a hotel toom there? And is there a law about how the girl walks next to the guy or behind him?

Unknown December 15, 2015  

Conduct yourself in a respectful way and nobody will tell you anything.

Unknown January 01, 2016  

Um no middle easier countries for me ,Thank God I live in the west .

Unknown March 14, 2016  

Rules on the papers and scared articles in newspapers...or just very unlockly people. Where is the hightest hide prostitution from ME?...what i cannot understand why they close them eyes for them and sent to jail couples? Unofficial people consider this business on top of indirect revenu of this area...if they will cut this business who will visit region? If you take a look on facebook you can found muslim women in bikini and sexy positions and a part are MANAGERS...who sent one in jail....dont worry visit Dubai an enjoy.

LatifahWright April 08, 2016  

Are these still the same rules for 2016

Unknown April 12, 2016  

@Rob Dawe
There are lots of night clubs bars in dubai ,lots of prostitutes ,these things are overly exaggerated in this article .

Unknown May 25, 2016  

i just want to know that if any husband beat her wife , so wife can complain the police, can police protect that woman ?????

Unknown June 23, 2016  

Hell is only for men... For Women, there are Muslim countries. #BanSharia

Anonymous,  July 16, 2016  

Please learn to read and differentiate between the sentiments of a person and the facts (where mostly only negative ones are reported here, and that is okay since I was searching for the harsher facts about Dubai). Obviouly, the person writing here has had some negative experiences in Dubai. It is however important to know and respect laws from every country you visit. And yes, sometimes you are just plain unlucky. It is also near certain that if you live in a place long enough, you will have negative experiences as well. It is not always going to be "the bed of roses." That is just part of life. Try to understand people and deal with them with respect, usually things will work out. I am also sure that there are laws to protect women, they just need to know about them. However, it is useless and harmful chat to talk bad but actually do nothing about it, and more so without knowing the full details. First, we must rid ourselves of hate, then learn with open mind.

Unknown August 22, 2016  

Dear Friends ,

Most of the things stated here are true as far as the laws are concerned. Dubai does follow a strict Sharia code of law , but that does not mean that you have to be on your toes all the time you are in Dubai. This I am recounting from my personal experience of living , working and enjoying several years of my life in Dubai. Dubai gives all the opportunities for having a fun filled stay, amazing night life , cosmopolitan ambiance. And all of this could be yours if you know how to have fun within your own zone and not infringe other people's harmony. One of the best things that I find immensely praiseworthy in UAE specially Dubai is that it has the safest environment for woman. A woman can travel the length and breadth of the country all by herself at any point of the day or night. I am sure that if ever you come to visit Dubai it wont disappoint in the least bit , rather you will have a mesmerizing experience with that will leave a big wide smile on your face during your exit.!

WorriedMum December 26, 2016  

As I write this, my Eldest Daugther is heading out the front door being rushed by her boyfriend as they are heading out to Dubai to celebrate the New Year in style.
I hadn't given it much thought only envious remarks lol until an hour or so ago as I searched up the strict Laws and now it's safe to say, that I'm desperately worried. I fear as the laws are so strict, she will do something out of routine/habit without thinking and BANG that's her lot. She is very much a girly girly, all pink & fluff, hair & nails so to speak that's not gonna go down to well either, let alone the outfits & shoes. Their law is their country's right and I don't dispute that infact if only we could adopt some decent laws ourselves instead of the loopholed ones we have now that are of very little worth and only seem to punish those less deserving while those Deserving still have rights and a voice costing further tax payers hard earned cash to cover. Case read on comments of young women raped and the law surrounding this states "must be observed by 4 adult males" for it to be considered rape leaving her being charged with Sex outside of marriage, I BASICALLY HAVE NO WORDS FOR THIS LAW (None I can really write in this post anyway). Should I have the concerns I do or like some things in life, once you are there, you realise it all appears worse on paper than reality? How can u be so scared to visit a place of such beauty, quite easy it appears for me ����

xela042 April 29, 2017  

one of my daughter is a victim of law in dubai..my daugther and his boyfriend will go to jail until now..because the police will catch them in hotel room without a necessary paper to show them they have a marriage couple..

Anonymous,  July 08, 2017  

Laws bring about disciplined, which is something this world need, not ignorance! There's nothing Holy about that foolishness, an it is not of Heaven.Laws were mean to be broken, when created by man! That's what kings are for, we must remember the ways of old, which taught us to look up, for instructions, not within. God leads and guide, in an orderly fashion. Not in an unjustifiable way. It was discovered many centuries ago, that it is humanly impossible for man to live by laws, That is when, God came to earth, as a man, to see why. The devil is cunning and crafty and always looking to rule and rain, on the innocent and decent, but mind you, when the enemy come in like a flood the spirit of the lord will raise up a standard against him. Man will be destroyed by his own ignorance. Always stick with the 3 Christian Virtues, Love, Faith,and Hope, peace be unto you.

Anonymous,  July 08, 2017  

Any country with laws such as those, has no self control within themselves, and have something to hide,who can serve, enjoy, and respect such laws, as chewing gum, eating and drinking after hours, we're not robots, we're human. That foolishness is straight from hell! Not Heaven, where's the holiness in that? When God created the Heaven and Earth, He did it with Love, compassion, strength, virtue and faith, we should be praising him, for his Glory, he has provided for us since the beginning of time, and he's still providing, we are not religious people, we do not live an organized religious life. We're free, praise god, we are free, to preach the gospel, the good news, we are forgiven, say it! I Forgive Me, I'm letting it go, the past, the foolishness, the lies, the bondage, the fear, the hurt, the pain, the haters, I'm letting it go, today, right now, in jesus name, amen. Be blessed.