Christianity in the United Arab Emirates
According to a ministry report, which collected census data, 76 percent of the total population of the United Arab Emirates is Muslim, 9 percent is Christian, and 15 percent is "other." There is no official recognition of Christian denominations. However, Christians are free to worship and wear religious clothing, if applicable. The importation and sale of religious material is allowed, however, attempts to spread Christianity among Muslims are not permitted. The country has Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Orthodox churches along with Protestant and Roman Catholic churches. The schools in public ownership have no Christian religious education.  Christian men are not allowed to marry Muslim women. Conversion from Islam to Christianity is not permitted.
There are no local Christians in the UAE; all Christians are foreign expatriates.
 See also
- Christianity by country
- Human rights in the United Arab Emirates
- Freedom of religion in the United Arab Emirates
- Roman Catholicism in the United Arab Emirates
- Religion in the United Arab Emirates
- Protestantism in the United Arab Emirates
- "United Arab Emirates: International Religious Freedom Report 2007". U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. 2007-09-14. Retrieved 2008-01-10.
- "United Arab Emirates: International Religious Freedom Report 2006". U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. 2006-09-15. Retrieved 2008-02-17.
- Indian Orthodox Church, Dubai
- Dubai Evangelical Church Centre
- Christ Church Jebel Ali - Anglican Church of Dubai
- United Christian Church of Dubai Website
- Evangelical Community Church of Abu Dhabi Website