Accommodating terrorism an offence against the law of nations
In June 2012, two Emirati women began a twitter campaign calling on foreign visitors to respect their culture and adhere to an existing dress code.
Hannan Al Rayyes and Asma Al Muheiri launched their UAE Dress Code page on Twitter because they were "tired of seeing tourists in beachwear or revealing outfits in shopping malls".
"We don't want people to start wearing the abaya or anything.
A few have linked the campaign to the so-called "burqua ban" policies in European nations such as France and Belgium, citing those laws and visitors‘ disrespect for dress standards as anti-Islamic.
) At the beach, women can wear bikinis that cover all the important bits.