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Having spent his primary and secondary education between Sharjah, Kuwait and Dubai, Al-Qasimi went on to study at Cairo University for a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Engineering, graduating in 1971. He studied a postgraduate degree in History at the University of Exeter in 1985, and another in Gulf Political Geography at the University of Durham in 1999. He was invested Doctor Honoris Causa in 2019 by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.[2] He has held a number of political posts.

In addition to his political posts, he has held several positions in educational institutions. He was president of the American University of Sharjah and the University of Sharjah in 1997. He was appointed Visiting Professor at the University of Exeter, his alma mater. He became Professor of Modern Gulf History at the University of Sharjah in 1999. In 2008 he was also Visiting Professor at Cairo University.

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CompareCivilian firearms possession rate per 100 populationGraphraph United Arab Emirates: estimated rate of civilian possession of firearms (both licit and illicit) per 100 population 2017: 16.7012007: 22.12

CompareRate of civilian-owned firearm ownership – world rankingIn a 2017 comparison with the rate of private firearms in 206 countries, the United Arab Emirates is ranked #343.

CompareRate of firearm deaths per 100,000 population – MaleUnited Arab Emirates: annual rate of male firearm deaths per 100,000 population is 2019: 0.016


The 7th edition, entitled Belonging, was curated by Jack Persekian, Ken Lum and Tirdad Zolghadr. It took place between April 6 and June 6, 2005.[4][5] The exhibition focused on the issues of ‘belonging, identity, and cultural location.'[6] It was entitled Still Life: Art, Art, and Culture, and was held from April 6 to June 6, 2005.[6] It was entitled Still Life: Art, Art, and Culture.

It was entitled Still Life: Art, Ecology, and the Politics of Change and was curated by Mohammed Kazem, Jonathan Watkins and Eva Scharrer.[7][8] The exhibition was held between April 4 and June 4, 2007 at Sharjah Museum of Art, Sharjah Expo Center, Heritage Area, American University of Sharjah & many outdoor locations in Sharjah.

The 9th. edition was titled Provisions For The Future and curated by Isabel Carlos, and the installation and film Past Of The Coming Days was curated by Tarek Abou El Fetouh.[9] The exhibition took place between March 19 and May 16, 2009.

Entitled Plot for a Biennial, the 10th edition of the biennial, was curated by Suzanne Cotter and Rasha Salti, along with Haig Aivazian, and took place between March 16 and May 16, 2011.[11] SB10 covered the so-called Arab Spring, the movement aiming for political change that had been ongoing in several Arab countries for several months around that period. The biennial was hosted through various venues in the heart of Sharjah, including landmarks of Emirati architecture and Sharjah’s historic Cricket Stadium.[12] The exhibition included 119 artists and participants from 36 countries across the globe.