Se­cu­rity guards should have ba­sic grasp of English

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Why do we have se­cu­rity guards who can­not speak English or even un­der­stand it? As far as I am con­cerned these are the kind of peo­ple who make us guards look silly just be­cause they don’t un­der­stand any other lan­guage than their mother tongue. I would like to re­quest to Dubai gov­ern­ment to cross check the DPS and if a se­cu­rity guard can speak English or not be­cause English is an in­ter­na­tional lan­guage. Alibaba Dubai bet­ter prices, and pur­chase only eco­nom­i­cal re­place­ment ap­pli­ances; of­ten while on va­ca­tion or shop and ship as the prices are very high here com­pared to Europe. This all has not re­ally down­sized our life­style, but it has pro­duced sav­ings of thou­sands of dirhams a year. Ed B UAE re­quired to take a 500-minute de­tour around Kalba and why the sub­se­quent check­points are also not ac­ces­si­ble to other na­tion­al­i­ties. This used to be a very pop­u­lar tourist spot and I am gen­uinely in­ter­ested why the rel­e­vant author­i­ties have now made it so dif­fi­cult to reach. Frus­trated Dubai

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