The National anthem of United Arab Emirates is "Nashid al-watani al-imarati" which means in English "National Anthem of the UAE".
United Arab Emirates's anthem lyrics were written by AREF Al Sheikh Abdullah Al Hassan and the music was written by Mohamad Abdel WAHAB.
Music Adopted 1971, Lyrics Adopted 1996; Mohamad Abdel WAHAB Also Composed The Music For The Anthem Of Tunisia.
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Emirati anthem lyrics (English translation)
Live my country, that the unity of our Emirates has lived
May you live for a nation
Whose religion is Islam and guide is the Qur'an
I made you fortified by the name of Allah, my homeland
My country, My country, My country, My country
May God protect you from the evil through time
We have sworn to build and work
we will Work and sincere, Work and sincere
As long as we live, we will be sincere
may the safety last and the flag rise, O Emirates
The symbol of Arabism
We all sacrifice for you, we supply you with our blood
We sacrifice for you with our souls O homeland
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United Arab Emirates
Emirati national symbol: golden falcon.
Conventional short form country name: none.
Conventional long form country name: United Arab Emirates.
Local short form country name: none.
Local long form country name: Al Imarat al Arabiyah al Muttahidah.
Former name of United Arab Emirates: Trucial Oman, Trucial States.
United Arab Emirates Government Type: federation with specified powers delegated to the UAE federal government and other powers reserved to member emirates.
Federal (Federation) is a form of government in which sovereign power is formally divided - usually by means of a constitution - between a central authority and a number of constituent regions (states, colonies, or provinces) so that each region retains some management of its internal affairs; differs from a confederacy in that the central government exerts influence directly upon both individuals as well as upon the regional units.