One of the biggest parties happened on Palm Island, a massive construction project of the government.
They are building entire islands that will feature dozens of resorts and planned communities.
Many of them arrive regularly from the post-Soviet states, Eastern Europe, Far East, Africa, South Asia, and other states of the Middle East.
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Dubai remains a bastion of ‘liberalism’ here in the Middle East; the place is hated by ultra conservatives (of which there are but a few) but flocked to by increasing numbers of foreigners—including Americans.
Perhaps what happened on New Years Eve is one of the reasons.
Prostitution in the United Arab Emirates is illegal, but attracts many foreign businessmen as the UAE is slowly gaining a reputation as one of the Middle East's sex tourism destinations.
The Palm Island New Year’s Eve party saw revelers walking around the beaches, in some cases topless, drinking champagne from bottles, and, more tellingly, dancing naked.
Some may say, ‘well big deal, it was New Years Eve’; others are probably shaking heads rather moralistically. But what’s interesting is that it happened here, in the most conservative part of the Islamic world, the Gulf.
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