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Article by

Staff writer, desiringGod.org

If you could model your marriage after one marriage in Scripture, which would you choose?

As blissful as the first chapters were for Adam and Eve, the honeymoon ends (and horribly) before we learn much about their marital dynamics. Isaac and Rebekah also have a romantic beginning (Genesis 24:67), but she eventually plots to deceive him (in order to fulfill God’s promise, Genesis 25:23). Jacob labored long and well to have his beloved Rachel but also married (and despised) her sister, Leah.

The noble Abigail won the heart of King David, but she was not his first wife, and David also fell into adultery (and worse) with Bathsheba. Esther is as worthy of imitation as any woman, but King Ahasuerus married her to spite the queen and then fell into Haman’s plot to destroy her people. And what husband can’t learn from the unfailing and unrequited love of Hosea? But his Gomer only models a wickedness wives should avoid at all costs.

“Every Christian marriage can aspire to immerse the relationship, daily and deeply, in the wells of Scripture.”

God does give us marriages worth admiring and imitating, though. Despite the ways Abraham endangered his wife to protect himself (more than once), he and Sarah are commended by the apostles (Hebrews 11:8–121 Peter 3:6). Ruth embodies a fearlessness and fidelity that won the heart of her equally worthy man, Boaz. And, of course, while Joseph may have doubted Mary when she first became pregnant, they loved each other, and their anointed Son, with great faith and devotion.

Many, however, miss a noteworthy and beautiful marriage buried in the apostle Paul’s letters, a marriage he may have known (and esteemed) more than any other, a marriage that had captured the attention and admiration of many in the early church.

Famous and Forgotten Marriage

Much of what we know and believe about marriage, at least Christian marriage (Ephesians 5:22–33Colossians 3:18–19), we learn from the letters of an unmarried man (1 Corinthians 7:6–8). So, how did the apostle Paul have so much insight into marriage? Well, first, because his marriage counsel was “breathed out by God” (2 Timothy 3:16), and therefore wasn’t dependent on personal experience. More than that, he studied Christ and the church as God’s model for every marriage (Ephesians 5:22–33). But he also undoubtedly witnessed some remarkably good marriages.

One such couple seems to have won his heart as much as (and perhaps more than) any other, and not only his heart, but the hearts of churches everywhere. “Greet Prisca and Aquila,” he writes, “my fellow workers in Christ Jesus, who risked their necks for my life, to whom not only I give thanks but all the churches of the Gentiles give thanks as well” (Romans 16:3–4). In a world without social media, without television or magazines, without anything like the Internet, the fame of their love still spread far and wide and deep.

Both Luke and Paul go out of their way to highlight Priscilla (or Prisca) and Aquila as a married couple, not just as faithful individuals. Like almost no other couple in the Bible, neither is ever mentioned without the other. They are “Priscilla and Aquila,” one flesh, one remarkably fruitful force for good, one marriage worth studying and learning from. Their story is by no means prescriptive for every Christian couple everywhere and in every stage of life, but it ought to make us long for the kind of marital faithfulness and fruitfulness they demonstrated in their circumstances and stages of life.

A Listening Love

Priscilla and Aquila were manifestly a man and woman of the word. The few who know their names remember them for stepping in to correct the gifted and influential teacher Apollos. Luke says of Apollos, “He was an eloquent man, competent in the Scriptures. He had been instructed in the way of the Lord. And being fervent in spirit, he spoke and taught accurately the things concerning Jesus” (Acts 18:24–25). And yet,

He began to speak boldly in the synagogue, but when Priscilla and Aquila heard him, they took him aside and explained to him the way of God more accurately. (Acts 18:26)

They heard Apollos, they took him aside, they explained the way of God more accurately — not just Aquila. While God had given them different callings as husband and wife, they lived and served together. And we would expect their marriage and ministry flourished as a result. How many marriages struggle and suffer because one spouse leaves serious Bible reading and study to the other?

“Hard, joyful, sacrificial work by both spouses will mark healthy and fruitful marriages.”

Not every good marriage will look like Priscilla and Aquila’s, but every Christian marriage can aspire to immerse the relationship, daily and deeply, in the wells of Scripture. What if we allowed the words of God to revive our hearts and enlighten us with wisdom (Psalm 19:7), to reinforce our joy and purify our minds (Psalm 19:8), to strengthen our resolve and endurance (Psalm 19:9in marriage? What if his voice sweetened our intimacy (Psalm 19:10)?

A Suffering Love

Before we learn about their faithfulness to the word, though, we meet them in suffering. When Paul came to Corinth, “he found a Jew named Aquila, a native of Pontus, recently come from Italy with his wife Priscilla, because Claudius had commanded all the Jews to leave Rome” (Acts 18:1–2). When Paul met them, they had just been driven from their home, simply for being Jews.

Paul then stayed to work and serve with them, and the church in Corinth experienced greater opposition and hostility (Acts 18:61217). They eventually fled for Ephesus (where they met and instructed Apollos). Violent riots soon emerged against the church there too (Acts 19:23). We don’t know precisely what situation Paul was referring to, but he wrote to the Romans, “Greet Prisca and Aquila, my fellow workers in Christ Jesus, who risked their necks for my life” (Romans 16:3–4). Far from retreating into domestic safety, their marriage was well acquainted with suffering and ready for risk, conflict, and sacrifice.

Again, God doesn’t mean for every marriage to step into the same fires they did, but all Christians should expect, and embrace, suffering for the sake of Christ (2 Timothy 3:12). While we should strive to protect our marriages and families from evil, we should not protect ourselves from suffering, in love, for the faith and joy of others. Has the comfort and security of marriage and family kept some of us from obeying Christ and taking the right risks in ministry?

A Laboring Love

This glimpse of their life together comes and goes quickly, but it shouldn’t be overlooked. Paul chose to stay with Priscilla and Aquila, in part, because of the everyday work they (both) did to provide for themselves. “He went to see them, and because he was of the same trade he stayed with them and worked, for they were tentmakers by trade” (Acts 18:2–3). Their friendship and partnership with Paul were built over fabric, ropes, and tent posts — in other words, over ordinary work.

“Hospitality reveals the light within us (and our marriages) as much as any ministry.”

Without reading too much into their business, we can begin to see just how hard they both worked to survive and serve together. They gave themselves deeply to the ministry of the word, but that was not their full-time job. Having finally tasted real rest in Christ, they embraced just how much work faithful life in a fallen world requires.

How many of us quietly begrudge (or even loudly complain about) all the sweat and effort that marriage, family, work, and ministry require? Faithfulness (and survival) often will not require two full-time jobs outside the home, but hard, joyful, sacrificial work by both spouses will mark healthy and fruitful marriages.

A Welcoming Love

Priscilla and Aquila not only served the church in various ways, but they welcomed the church into their home. We know that both in Ephesus (1 Corinthians 16:19) and in Rome, the church gathered under their roof. Paul writes to the Romans, “Greet Prisca and Aquila. . . . Greet also the church in their house” (Romans 16:3–5). These are small windows into their marriage, but real windows nonetheless, especially when you consider the opposition and hostility Christians often faced in the first-century world.

Might Paul have had Priscilla and Aquila in mind when he exhorted the churches in Rome, “Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality” (Romans 12:13)? Even if he didn’t, we know he personally experienced their hospitality (Acts 18:3–4), and in more than one home (Acts 18:18–191 Corinthians 16:19). Regardless of whether he was thinking of these friends and their radical hospitality, we know he had us and our marriages in mind. Christian marriages are hospitable marriages because God commands all Christians, “Show hospitality to one another without grumbling” (1 Peter 4:9). And hospitality reveals the light within us (and our marriages) as much as any ministry (Matthew 5:1625:34–36).

We don’t have to hold church in our homes to be hospitable, but we do need to embrace the costs and inconveniences of consistently letting others in. Hospitality welcomes others in a hundred different ways, but Christian marriages should always be marked — everywhere and at every stage of life — by genuine and joy-filled hospitality.

A Confronting Love

The exchange with Apollos reveals another rare quality in Aquila and Priscilla: their willingness to confront error, even in a prominent and respected teacher. Apollos was not just another teacher, but “was an eloquent man, competent in the Scriptures” (Acts 18:24). He was a well-taught, passionate defender of the gospel. And Priscilla and Aquila were still willing to confront him when he was wrong. Embracing the necessary, healthy friction that comes with all correction, they spoke the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15).

And even in just one verse, we can see the love in their rebuke: “[Apollos] began to speak boldly in the synagogue, but when Priscilla and Aquila heard him, they took him aside and explained to him the way of God more accurately” (Acts 18:26). In love, they refused to let him continue believing and teaching wrongly. In love, they expended the effort and care needed to refine and realign his thinking. In love, they took him aside, rather than making a scene to humiliate him. Sometimes, correction must be public (Galatians 2:11). Far more often, however, love corrects privately (Matthew 18:15), at least initially (Matthew 18:16).

Oh, for more Christians (and Christian marriages) with the courage to confront error and sin with such honesty, love, and hope. As we will see, this kind of love, while difficult and even unpleasant in the moment, often bears disproportionate fruit. And oh, for more men (and women) like Apollos, who receive and implement good correction like he did.

A Widening Love

Not only did Priscilla and Aquila set Apollos straight, but by clarifying and maturing his thinking they also blessed all the cities and churches he went on to visit, as “he greatly helped those who through grace had believed, for he powerfully refuted the Jews in public, showing by the Scriptures that the Christ was Jesus” (Acts 18:27–28). He was able to powerfully refute the Jews and show them the truth and beauty of what the Scriptures actually teach and promise about Jesus in part because of the faithfulness and boldness of Priscilla and Aquila.

“Faithful marriages strive to have some tangible, sacrificial, eternal impact on the church.”

We taste that same fruitfulness when Paul says, “Greet Prisca and Aquila . . . to whom not only I give thanks but all the churches of the Gentiles give thanks as well” (Romans 16:3–4). All the churches of the Gentiles had heard of this marriage — of their faith, their courage, their wisdom, their hospitality, their suffering, their love. Not every faithful marriage will (or should!) have the kind of far-reaching impact they had on the early church, but every faithful marriage should strive to have some tangible, sacrificial, eternal impact on the church.

All Christian love is a widening love, wanting to draw more into our faith, hope, and joy. True love is not exclusive, selfish, or isolated, but generous, compassionate, servant-hearted, risk-taking. Love says, “As we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith” (Galatians 6:10).

Priscilla and Aquila did great good together, and to all, especially to those who shared their joy in Jesus. And in doing so, they left not prescriptions or commands, but a legacy and an aspiration for marriages like ours.

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Choose a price plan and apply for your lease

Select your preferred price option and proceed to apply for your domain lease. An application process is necessary because the Owner must verify that your intended use will not infringe on any existing Trademark.

Some domains have a lease price negotiation option. In this case, the Owner’s domain agent would provide you with the specific application link, after you have reached a price agreement.

Important Note: Submitting a lease application constitutes: 1. you are offering to lease the domain name; and 2. you acknowledge a non-refundable N1000.00 naira 3usd application fee is charged.

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The Owner will review your lease application and contact you if further clarification is needed. Once the Owner determines your intended use will not be in violation of any existing Trademark and approves your application, your lease will start.

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Firms can now apply for domains similar to their company name.

A picture of a tax return from 2019 and a mileage log with the word ".CPA" in yellow lettersAmerican Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and its CPA.com unit have launched an application process for early access to .CPA domain names.

This process is different from sunrise and a separate non-Trademark-Clearinghouse trademark phase the organization is running.

Only CPA firms — not individual Certified Public Accountants — can apply during this early phase. Applicants who get a .CPA domain prior to general availability must put the domain to use by, at minimum, forwarding the domain to their existing website.

Applications for this phase must be received by October 31, 2020. The phase is only for registering domain names similar to the firm’s name, not generics like tax.cpa.

Domains will be allocated on a “systematic logic-based process”, according to the .CPA website. I inquired with a support agent about what this process is. The agent told me:

We have a process that we can’t share due to manipulation of the process. Please just choose domains that are most similar to your own.

It will be interesting to see how applications for the same name will be allocated.

Non-premium domain names cost $225 per year.

General Availability for .CPA begins January 15, 2021. At that point, any licensed CPA can register a domain.

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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES POPULATION STATISTICS (2020)

uae population 2020 statsNo conversation about the UAE is ever complete without talking about the incredible changes that the country has gone through over the last few decades. In recent years, the rate of this transformation has only sped up. We now see an even greater emphasis on technology, global trade and tourism in the nation’s administrative policies and international relationships. UAE is emerging as a global power with an increasing say and influence in world affairs.

As we step into 2020, we reflect on the way the nation’s population has grown more diverse and how its vibrant expatriate community (which makes up around 80% of the population) has had a profound impact on the country’s culture. We will also explore the many different demographics that make up the population and how each one of them will shape its future in the coming years.

When researching for this article, we came across many conflicting figures for the population of the UAE in 2020. We were looking at data from a host of different institutions, who had used their own systems and methodologies to arrive at their figures. In the end, we chose to accept the World Bank figures to be the most accurate, since their numbers seemed more aligned with the UAE government’s official figures from 2017.

UAE Population in 2020 is 9.89 Million according to the data provided by the World Bank. While Dubai Population in 2020 is 3.38 Million according to official Dubai Government website.

We have listed out these different figures in the following table.

Sources Population Year
World Bank 9,890,000 (9.89) 2020
CountryMeters.info 10,080,287 (10.08) 2020
Worldometers.info 9,869,948 (9.87) 2020
Statista.com 11.08 2020
Worldpopulationreview.com 9,871,439 (9.87) 2020
PopulationPiramid.net 9,890,400 (9.89) 2020
United Nations 9,890,000 (9.89) 2020

(In the coming weeks we will be exploring UAE’s 2020 population in detail, from the perspective of the various factors and demographics that it’s made up of.)

Meanwhile, you can read our 2018 blog examining the elements of last year’s population figures.

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UAE POPULATION STATISTICS 2018 : INFOGRAPHIC

UAE Population Infographics 2018 - FULL

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According to an estimate by the World Bank, the UAE’s population in 2018 stands at 9.543 million.

Other sources which confirm this estimate include populationpyramid.com and uae-expatriates.com, while Facebook Insights reveal that the potential reach of the platform in the UAE in the third quarter of 2017 was 9.3 million. We can safely assume that the population of the UAE in 2018 stands at around 9.54 million.

The Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority (FCSA) had published the that UAE population according to administrative records until 31 December 2016 was 9,121,167 (9.12 million).

FSCA is a government-backed agency formed to improve UAE’s data and competitiveness capabilities. FCSA claims that the population figures for 2016 are highly accurate and up-to-date. The population figures were derived with the support and collaboration of several national partners and other stakeholders. The last official census of UAE was conducted in the year 2005, with the population numbers pegged at 4.1 million. The official UAE government website announced that the population stood at 4.8 million in 2008, which indicates that there has been a double-fold increase in the population in a span of 10 years.

UAE Population Statistics by Year (Historical population)

Year Population
2020 9.89 million
2019 9.77 million
2018 9.54 million
2017 9.40 million
2016 9.27 million
2015 9.15 million
2014 9.07 million
2013 9 million
2012 8.90 million
2011 8.67 million
2010 8.27 million

Male vs Female Population of the UAE in 2018

uae male vs femal population 2018 - gender wise population According to our research, in 2018, males make up 72% of the UAE population at 6.89 million while the number of females account for only 28% of the total UAE population at 2.65 million. That makes the gender split at 72% male – 28% female.

gender wise population of uae in each age group

Men outnumber women in all age groups as mentioned in the above infographic. However, the number of males and females in age group 0 to 14 are almost equal. The number of men under the age group 15 to 24 is double that of women in the same age group. The most significant difference, gender-wise, is seen in age group 25 to 54. There are 4.83 million men within this age group in the UAE whereas the number of women within this age group is just 1.46 million.

Demographics of the United Arab Emirates

The life expectancy in the UAE has been on a steady rise. The majority of the population falls into the 25-54 age bracket, again indicating that immigrants and expats make up a large chunk of UAE’s population.

Age-wise population of the UAE

Majority of the UAE population falls in the age group of 25 to 54 years. A large part of this can be attributed to the expatriate population of working men and women who fall in this age category.

The median age for Dubai is 33.5 years.

uae population stats for different age groups

(Source: populationpyramid.net)

Age-wise Population of the UAE

Age Group Women Men Total
0-14 years 0.67 million 0.69 million 1.36 million
15-24 years 0.40 million 0.81 million 1.21 million
25-54 years 1.46 million 4.83 million 6.29 million
55-64 years 0.09 million 0.45 million 0.54 million
65 years and over 0.03 million 0.11 million 0.14 million

Expatriate Population of the UAE in 2018

As stated previously in this article, expatriates and immigrants account for 88.52%. Emiratis make up remaining 11.48% of the population. exaptriates population in UAE 2018 South Asians, which include people from India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and other South Asian nations, compose 59.48% of the population. The rest of population comprises of Egyptians at 4.23% and others at 17.94%. The UAE government’s population strategy envisions in making the Emiratis the majority community or at least bringing the numbers up to 40% by the year 2021. Major expat population in uae UAE Population by Nationality (Expat population of UAE in 2018 )

Nationality Population
India 2.62 million
Pakistan 1.21 million
Bangladesh 0.71 million
Philippines 0.53 million
Iran 0.45 million
Egypt 0.40 million
Nepal 0.30 million
Sri Lanka 0.30 million
China 0.20 million
All other countries 1.71 million
Total Expat Population 8.45 million

Digitization and Economic Status of the UAE

The UAE features among the top “adopter” economies in terms of connectivity within the Arab world according to Huawei’s Global Connectivity Index (GCI) 2017. The report analyzed 50 countries, of which 16 were considered as front-runners, 21 as adopters, while the remaining 13 as starters. Front-runners mostly comprise of developed nations, Adopters have an average GDP per capita of $15,000 and starters are countries with an average GDP capita of $3,000. Adopters focused on increasing ICT demand and working towards digitization and economic growth.

Most popular Social Media Platforms in the UAE

Facebook is the most popular social media in the UAE with 97.48% of population using the social media platform.

WhatsApp is the most popular messenger app in the UAE with 97% of people in UAE using WhatsApp.

YouTube users in the UAE have also increased compared to previous year. According to Adwords insights, 80.92% of the UAE population (7.72 million) uses YouTube.

EMIRATE-WISE POPULATION

Nearly 75% of the population of UAE is concentrated on the northeast of the country. The two biggest cities Dubai and Abu Dhabi have more than 3 million residents each. Dubai, with the busiest port in the region, is the commercial capital of the country. Some of the biggest companies in the world have their headquarters in the city.

Emiratewise-or-Citiwise-population-of-UAE-2018

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the country. The city houses federal government offices and serves as the seat of the UAE Government. Nearly 95% of the oil and 92% of the gas in the country are in this Emirate, making it the wealthiest Emirate. When considering other entries in the list of city wise population distribution of UAE, Sharjah emerges a distant third from the big two with 1.51 million people. Sharjah’s close proximity to Dubai and much lower living costs can be attributed as reasons for its growth.

Population of Each Emirate in UAE (2018)

Emirate Population (2018)
Abu Dhabi 3.23 million
Ajman 0.54 million
Fujairah 0.25 million
Sharjah 1.51 million
Dubai 3.33 million
Ras al-Khaimah 0.39 million
Umm al-Quwain 0.08 million

How We Arrived At These Figures

The emirate-wise population mentioned here is projected from the last known official population figures released by the UAE government. Several other factors, including the historical population growth rate available from official records as well as events in these emirates which might influence the observed population growth were taken into account before arriving at the final population of each emirate.

The UAE government has conducted 4 censuses since the very first one 1980. when the last census was done in 2005, Abu Dhabi was the emirate with the most population. Since then, Dubai has grown rapidly to become the most populated city in UAE. This is reflected in the latest estimates by the UAE government. The government arrives at these population figures from the citizen and immigration records that it maintains.

Refer below graphs to compare the population change in each emirate.

Population of Abu Dhabi

Year Source Population
1980 Census 451,848
1985 Census 566,036
1995 Census 942,463
2005 Census 1,399,484
2010 Official Estimate 1,967,659
2015 Official Estimate 2,784,490
2016 Official Estimate 2,908,173
2017 *GMI Estimate 3,071,031
2018 *GMI Estimate 3,233,888

The oil boom of the 80s coincided with a massive population growth in Abu Dhabi between 1980 and 2005. The city’s population now shows a steady increase over the last decade, edging over 3 million in 2017. Abu Dhabi Population Growth Chart : 2018

Population of Dubai

Year Source Population
1980 Census 276,301
1985 Census 370,788
1995 Census 689,420
2005 Census 1,321,453
2010 Official Estimate 1,837,610
2015 Official Estimate 2,383,017
2016 Official Estimate 2,566,209
2017 Official Estimate 2,976,455
2018 *GMI Estimate 3,327,677
2019 *GMI Estimate 3,350,000
2020 *GMI Estimate 3,384,000

This global hub for transport and business continues to grow exponentially every year. The population of the city has nearly tripled in the last 20 years making it UAE’s most populous city in 2018.

Population of Dubai - Chart Image - 2018

Population of Sharjah

Year Source Population
1980 Census 159,317
1985 Census 228,317
1995 Census 402,792
2005 Census 793,573
2010 Official Estimate 1,060,000
2015 Official Estimate 1,405,843
2016 Official Estimate 1,432,942
2017 Official Estimate 1,460,042
2018 *GMI Estimate 1,514,240

Even though it has a rich history that is more than 5000 years old, Sharjah is now considered an extension of Dubai. The city is part of the Sharjah-Ajman-Dubai urban zone. Sharjah Population Chart - 2018

Population of Ajman

Year Source Population
1980 Census 36,100
1985 Census 54,546
1995 Census 121,491
2005 Census 206,997
2010 Official Estimate 263,000
2015 Official Estimate 512,285
2016 *GMI Estimate 519,201
2017 *GMI Estimate 526,117
2018 *GMI Estimate 539,948

The Emirate of Ajman forms a contiguous urban area with the Emirates of Dubai and Sharjah. In the 1980s Ajman was a small town with a population under one hundred thousand . Now it has grown manifold into a big city with over five hundred thousand people. Population of Ajman - chart image - 2018

Population of Fujairah

Year Source Population
1980 Census 36,100
1985 Census 54,546
1995 Census 121,491
2005 Census 206,997
2010 Official Estimate 263,000
2015 Official Estimate 512,285
2016 Official Estimate 519,201
2017 Official Estimate 526,117
2018 *GMI Estimate 539,948

Known for its beaches, Hajar mountains and the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, the Emirate for Fujairah underwent a population explosion in the 90s. The population of the Emirate is mainly employed in the cement, stone crushing and mining industries. Fjairah Population Statistics

Population of Ras al-Khaimah

Year Source Population
1980 Census 73,918
1985 Census 96,578
1995 Census 143,334
2005 Census 210,063
2010 Official Estimate 277,532
2015 Official Estimate 345,000
2016 *GMI Estimate 355,350
2017 *GMI Estimate 365,700
2018 *GMI Estimate 386,400

The northern-most Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah has a high percentage of Emirati citizens in their population. The main sources of employment in this Emirate are the cement industry and the agriculture sector. Ras-al-Khaima Population chart - 2018 image

Population of Umm al-Quwain

Year Source Population
1980 Census 12,426
1985 Census 19,285
1995 Census 35,361
2005 Census 49,159
2010 Official Estimate 65,000
2015 *GMI Estimate 66,570
2016 *GMI Estimate 68,140
2017 *GMI Estimate 71,279
2018 *GMI Estimate 77,558

Located between Sharjah and Ras al-Khaimah, Umm al-Quwain has the lowest population among all the Emirates in the UAE. This is the only Emirate where women outnumber men. Fishing is the largest contributor to the economy of Umm al-Quwain. The islands around this Emirate make it a very important tourism destination. Umm Al Quwain Population Chart Image - 2018

THE POPULATION BOOM

Over the years, the country has gone through several key demographic changes. The discovery of oil gave momentum to the economy of the country. Recently, the UAE government has also been promoting a tourism and knowledge-based economy to spur the economic momentum. Today, Dubai ranks among the most visited cities of the world, ranking 6th with 16 million visitors in 2017, as per thisisinsider.com.

The increase in the number of jobs across sectors led to an influx of workers at all levels of all nationalities. Within a span of a decade, the total population grew by about 5 million. This boom in population was largely due to the burgeoning expat and immigrant population. UAE has the world’s highest net migration rate, with nearly 88.52% of population composed of expatriates and immigrants.

This becomes even more apparent when we look at the fertility rate in the UAE. The average rate of babies born per fertile woman has been showing a downward trend for the past decade, and yet the population is soaring.

An in-depth analysis of the population of the UAE can help marketers formulate plans, goals and strategies to promote their brand. With more than 19 years of experience in the digital landscape of the Middle East, GMI has crafted the digital presence of some of the best brands in the region. We understand what it takes to tap into your target audience on various digital platforms. We can help ideate and weave a  digital strategy that works for your brand. Talk to our digital strategists  today and take your brand to the people you want to reach.

Disclaimer: GMI acknowledges that though we try to report accurately, we cannot verify the absolute facts of everything that has been represented on this infographic. The information represented is based on information researched from various sources on the internet. We are not liable for any errors, financial loss, or damages of any kind that may result from the use of, or reliance on, the information herein.

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Medical workers transport a woman into a hospital where patients infected with the COVID-19 novel coronavirus are being treated in the settlement of Kommunarka outside Moscow on April 27, 2020. Alexander NEMENOV / AFP.

 

Russia surpassed the one million mark in total coronavirus cases on Tuesday as students throughout the country returned to classrooms on the first day of the new school year.

Health officials reported 4,729 new confirmed infections, bringing the total to 1,000,048 — the world’s fourth-largest caseload after the United States, Brazil and India.

President Vladimir Putin was expected to address some 17 million students and more than 1.5 million teachers in an online lesson on World War II.

Schools across Europe are reopening despite the worries of many parents and teachers that the move could accelerate the spread of Covid-19 after leaders said their countries had beaten back the virus and eased restrictions.

Putin has repeatedly said that Russia has passed peak infections and the government eased most restrictions in June ahead of large World War II commemorations and a national vote on a new constitution.

The government’s anti-virus information website said this week that children would not be required to wear masks in the classroom, cafeterias or during lunch breaks.

But pupils will have their temperature checked on arrival, the head of the consumer watchdog Anna Popova said, adding that “no one can go to school if they are feeling even slightly unwell”.

In Moscow, the epicentre of Russia’s outbreak, masks are compulsory for teachers and recommended for students.

All school staff in the capital have been tested for coronavirus, the authorities have said.

Putin announced last month that Russia had become the first country to register a coronavirus vaccine, but scientists and the World Health Organization said it still needed a rigorous safety review.

Russia has registered 17,299 virus deaths, a low figure compared to other countries hit hard by the pandemic.

Critics have cast doubt on the low official mortality rate and accused authorities of under-reporting to play down the scale of the crisis.

Officials insist the low fatality count is down to a campaign of mass testing, which has identified many coronavirus cases with mild or no symptoms.

AFP

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One of the most common (and misunderstood) elements of a website and web hosting is the inode. If you run your own website or handle maintenance on any level at all, you will deal with inodes at some point. Whether that is through routine maintenance or attempting to fix an error, knowing what an inode is and how it affects your WordPress installation is imperative to your long-term success.

What is an Inode?

In a very general sense, an inode is a single file within your file system. For most users, that’s enough information to deal with almost everything that they will come across.

More technically, however, an inode is where the metadata for files is stored on UNIX systems (Linux servers and Apple computers are UNIX based). Inodes are the table entries that are linked to by directories and files Inodes contain all sorts of information:

This metadata includes (1) the size of the file (in bytes) and its physical location (i.e., the addresses of the blocks of storage containing the file’s data on a HDD), (2) the file’s owner and group, (3) the file’s access permissions (i.e., which users are permitted to read, write and/or execute the file), (4) timestamps telling when the inode was created, last modified and last accessed and (5) a reference count telling how many hard links point to the inode.

Because most web servers are Linux-based, inode management is going to be important. You can think of them like they are links to your website. You can have multiple links pointing to the same page of your site, but that doesn’t mean there are multiple copies of that page. The same is true of files and inodes.

While technically, there is not a 1:1 relationship, you will find many instances where there is only 1 file linked to 1 inode. Most users can work under the idea they are.

The Problem with Inodes

They run out. They are finite. And you probably aren’t tracking your inode usage.

Not too long ago, I received the “Warning: Account YourSite.com Reached 80% Of The Allowed Inode Quota” email from Siteground out of the blue. I hadn’t done anything out of the ordinary, but somehow, I was stacking up my inodes like a tower. I would guess that if you’re running multiple installations of WordPress on your hosting account, you have gotten (or will get) a similar email.

How to Loser Inode Usage

Now, in the email, they’re very straightforward: To decrease the number of inodes, you need to reduce the number of files and folders on your account via cPanel – File Manager or your preferred FTP client. And in essence, that’s all you have to do. But it’s a bit more complicated than that because if you’ve had your host for any amount of time, you’ve probably got a pretty decent archive of files and folders in there.

To check your inode usage, you will want to log into your cPanel and look for the Stats box. In most versions of cPanel, it will be to the left of the page somewhere. You will see primarily the Disk Usage Space in MB and GB, as well as the number of inodes you’re allowed and the number of inodes you’re using at that moment.

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Luckily, like most things about WordPress, the CMS is put together in a way that makes managing your inodes relatively straightforward.

Why Inodes Matter for WordPress Users

Many of you may never have to work with inodes. In day-to-day business, you won’t really notice them at all. As long as everything is going well with your site, nothing should make you ever even see the word. It’s when something goes wrong that you will start seeing errors in your WordPress dashboard or somewhere else.

Generally, every hosting provider out there who uses cPanel (which is most of them, unless you’re going for managed hosting) has allotted you a certain number of inodes based on your package. The rule is generally the more you pay, the more inodes you get.

Keep in mind that this is entirely separate from how much storage space you have. The two may be 1:1-ish in volume, but you will generally run out of inodes before you run out of storage space because inodes are a lot smaller in terms of bits and bytes than most of your files (because they’re only part of the file itself).

That said, WordPress users often find themselves fighting some inode-centric issues.

How WordPress Users Build Up Inodes

While every CMS out there has its own unique ways of taking up inodes, WordPress has some that are specific to its ecosystem. Primarily images, plugins, and themes. Let’s dig in and find out why and what we can do about it.

Images

Images in your media library likely take up a ton of your inodes. Even if you don’t have thousands and thousands of them. I would wager that most of you upload images to your site. And in theory, 1 image equals 1 inode. But that’s not how things actually work. Depending on your theme and your image compression plugin, that 1 image can take nearly a dozen inodes. How? By keeping renders of multiple sizes in storage.

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If you check the details of any image in your library and see a file size, then it’s an inode. Think about that for each and every image in your media library. For this one particular site, I have 562 items in the media library. Assuming (probably incorrectly) that they each have 11 versions, that’s 6,000+ inodes. Literally eleven times what it should be.

And that’s for one site. If you take into account the number of sites on any general hosting plan, that number can really add up. On my own account, I have a dozen installations of WordPress running. On top of the Core files from each install, the media libraries from all the users increase inode usage.

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Plugins and Themes

You have a few reasons that plugins and themes take up so many inodes. The first is simply that many people have tons of them installed, even if they’re deactivated.

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And within each of these plugin folders, dozens and dozens of files are taking up inodes. Some plugins are obviously lighter than others, but all of them add bulk to your installation. So remember that it’s generally best practice to delete any plugins that you aren’t currently using.

Themes work the exact same way. There’s no telling how many themes you have installed on your WordPress site if you’ve had it for a decent amount of time. Even if those themes are simply the default WordPress themes, you have a lot of inodes being used. If you’re not using a theme, delete it. If you’ve made customizations via a child theme, however, it’s generally okay to keep it there (or make a backup) since you can’t just reinstall it as easily as you can the parent theme.

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Caching Plugins and Backup Utilities

Comet Cache. WPRocket. Updraft. iThemes. WordFence. WP Super Cache. W3 Total Cache. Sucuri.

All of these (and more) take up precious inodes. For the most part, that’s okay. They’re amazing plugins that make your life easier and your users’ experiences on your site better. But left unchecked, however, the cache files and backup files and security reports can build up.

So every once in a while, make sure that you clear the cache on your site and let it repopulate itself. Most of the time, you can find a Purge Cache or Delete Cache button in the admin toolbar.

How to Loser Inode Usage

Additionally, extra backups from plugins like UpdraftPlus can take up precious space. So check to see what you have stored on your local server. You can do this from within your WP admin panel for most backup utilities. Or you can check via FTP.

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On top of these backups taking up inodes and storage space on your server, they’re also vulnerable to hackers who may get into your installation. So keeping them in a remote destination (Dropbox or Google Drive, for example) is going to be the best idea.

How to Fix Common Inode Errors

And even though WordPress has platform-specific inode issues, there are some that are common across the web. Whether you’re on Drupal,  Joomla, WordPress, or even Ghost, you may have to fix these at some point.

  • Emails won’t send, either through a traditional client, via autoresponders, or from forms on the site itself
  • Can’t receive emails
  • Uploads consistently fail
  • Posts and Pages won’t update or even create
  • Users cannot access the site
  • In some cases, migration from one host to another might be blocked

In all of these cases, what might be the culprit is that the server is approaching the top end of its inode quota. Or that it’s completely out of inodes. Remember, even if you’re using only a portion of your storage capacity, you can still use up your inodes.

Every time an email is sent or received, a file is generated. If there are no inodes, no file can be made. If your inodes are full, uploads will fail because there is simply nowhere to store the data. The same can be said for posts and pages in WordPress or other CMS platforms can’t generate the necessary files without a spot. Even when users visit the page, files are generated — cookies, tokens, cached files. If there’s no inode, those users get nothing served to them.

When migrating from one host to another, your inode allotment may be different. Mine was the last time I swapped, personally. So you may not even be near your current quota, be already be over your upcoming one. It may sound like a pain, but it was really easy to fix, actually.

Here are the best ways to remove files and free up some space to fix these common inode errors.

Delete Old Emails

You see, every time an email is sent or received, it creates a file on your server (assuming that you’re not using an external mail service). That means all your mail is taking up inodes. If you archive or simply hold your emails in your inbox, those are sitting on your server, stagnating. So it’s time to delete them. You can do this in your normal client, or you can do it via FTP or through your cPanel’s File Manager.

How to Loser Inode Usage

Simply go into the root directory of your site and find the Mail folder. Under it will be directories for each domain you have an email address for, and under each of those will be any of the aliases you’ve set up. Each one of those folders is important and can be full of inode-stealing files. You will be primarily concerned with the cur and new directories, though. Sometimes Junk.

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After just deleting the new emails in this one address, I went from 218316 inodes used to 218218. You should have an even greater gain because this email address was very rarely used in the first place. Just remember to back up all the emails before you delete them. You can’t get them back otherwise.

Clear Your Temp Folders

Temporary files are fantastic beasts. If you know where to find them, you can make sure that they are doing their jobs, but not taking up far too many resources. Whenever you see a tmp directory, this is where those temporary files are stored. Session tokens, cache files, traffic logs, all sorts of stuff that are great at the time, but serve no purpose later.

Unless you’ve set up an automation or CRON job to clear out temporary files, you may need to go in every once in a while and perform a little housekeeping. Primarily these will be in your root directory under tmp.

As a general rule of thumb, you can delete any log files, cache files, or session files. For the most part, you will see them noted very clearly. Usually the file name will contain sess or cache or log, making your job very easy.

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Most of the files you delete will be server logs and traffic logs. As long as you have a backup of these files, go through your tmp folders and delete what you need to. In this particular example, I am clearing out the webalizer, webalizerftp, horde, awstats, and analog directories. Please keep in mind that removing these files will remove server statistics and logs, so back them up first if necessary.

You can check the dates on them, too. Depending on your site, you may not need logs all the way back to 2011.

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Additionally, you will find a handful of files in your primary tmp folder, too. They might be a mix of session files, log files, and other files that you’re not sure about. Just like everything with computers and web development, if you don’t know what it is, leave it alone. But it is very important that you do not delete any files that have a .sock extension. And to a lesser extent, .lock.

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Clear Your Log Files

Similar to the tmp folder, the logs folder is a root directory that contains archive upon archive of your server’s logs. Your server begins keeping a log for each domain for each month you’ve had it active on your host. That can be a lot of logs. Make a backup of them because they’re kind of important and delete away.

How to Loser Inode Usage

Delete Unnecessary Website Installations

There are two reasons that you don’t want to have superfluous installations taking up your inodes. The first is, well, you’re wasting inodes on something that you’re not using. The second is that forgotten websites are vulnerable to major security threats and are the most common way for hackers to get into shared servers via brute force attacks.

Remember how I said earlier there were 12 installations of WP on my personal hosting plan? Well, 8 of those 12 are completely (or at least mostly) useless. Of those, 6 can be deleted without worry and 2 are placeholders.

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There are over 5,000 files in each WordPress installation — which is at least 5,000 inodes — and if you did anything to customize it or add plugins or themes…well, you and I should both probably take a look at what we have sitting around on our server.

Wrapping Up

Running out of inodes on your host is annoying and disruptive. Even if you get warned long before you reach capacity, you still have to take a good amount of time to clear out data from your server. However, if you take a quick pass through all of the tips above, you should be able to easily lower inode usage by at least 20% in one pass.

Whether you’re on WordPress or some other CMS, inode usage is something that may not come up very often, but when it does, you’ll be very glad that you’re ready for it.

What have you found is the best way to lower inode usage on your sites?

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