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"It was a shocking and incomprehensible move, which has violated the dignity of Arab women more than Tunisian ones.I am interested to know the motives behind it," she added.Each member operated with loyalty to their own ideas and to the constituents they were there to represent.The members were unhampered by allegiance to party and were unbeholden to the demands of political lobbies and special interest groups.The UAE men's handball team cut short a trip to Tunisia on Friday after Tunisian sporting authorities appointed female referees for a game in solidarity with women.Handball federation secretary general Amir Saadi said women had been appointed as referees for a friendly match between the two national teams.He was in Kandahar to lay the foundation stone for a UAE-funded orphanage.Yousef Al Otaiba, a high-ranking UAE diplomat and current UAE Ambassador to the United States, summed up the national response of doubling down on cherished values rather than abandoning them when they are assaulted: “Will it affect our policy in Afghanistan? Of course not.” The most telling response, though, came from Noura Al Kaabi, the UAE’s Minister of State for Federal National Council Affairs.
Yet in its 45 year history it has lost more than its fair share of diplomats and soldiers, often in the fight against extremist militants.
"The decision has angered me because it has violated the dignity of Tunisian women, who I think are the strongest and [most] influential Arab women," Ghribi said.
"Whatever the reasons are behind the move, I stand in solidarity with Tunisian women," the steeplechase runner said.
A Tunisian Olympic gold medallist has slammed the UAE over its recent controversial travel ban of Tunisian women, which caused a diplomatic crisis between the two countries.
Long distance runner Habiba Ghribi told on Saturday that the "shocking" ban was an insult to the dignity of Tunisian women.
Tunisian social media users have slammed the travel measures against women from their country as "discriminatory" and "humiliating".