Report: Israeli tourists accused of stealing things from Dubai hotels

Complaints of Israeli tourists stealing from hotels comes a month after the first commercial flight from Israel to the UAE to off, as part of a new regular service.

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Dubai - WikipediaIsraeli tourists visiting the UAE (United Arab Emirates) have been stealing items from hotel rooms in Dubai, Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth reported.

An Israeli and two Emirati men pose for the photo as they celebrate Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights, in Dubai. (Christopher Pike/Reuters)

“I’ve been visiting the UAE for several years and doing business there,” stated an Israeli businessperson.

“Last month, I arrived at the hotel and was afraid when I saw Israelis are being searched for stolen items from the rooms.”

Complaints of Israeli tourists stealing from hotels comes a month after the first commercial flight from Israel to the UAE to off, as part of a new regular service.

Moreover, an administrator of a hotel facing the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, said: “We host hundreds of tourists from all nations of the world, some of them create problems, but we have not seen items stolen before.”

An Israeli tourist wears a tie with a First Flight sign and the flags of two countries at Dubai International Airport (DXB). (AP)

“Lately, we have seen Israeli tourists come to the hotel and pile up all their bags, stealing coffee bags, towels, tea, and even lamps.”

He added: “One time, an Israeli family came to check-out, and we found out that things were absent in the room, and when the hotel staff attempted to tell them that this, they started yelling.”

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“After the conversation, they eventually agreed to open their bag, and we discovered that they had face towels, ice containers, and hangers. After we told them that we would call the police, they returned the things and apologized.”

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Dr. Abd Al-Aziz Al-Khazraj Al-Ansari, a Qatari presenter, shared a video claiming several Emirati hotel owners contacted him explaining the thefts they discovered.

In the video, he warned: “They should know that normalization with Israel means having to give up room objects for now, and maybe land later on.”

Israel and the UAE agreed to establish full diplomatic, cultural, and commercial relations following the signing of the ‘peace’ agreements on 15 September at the White House.

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