United Arab Emirates
Practice Relating to Rule 59. Improper Use of the Distinctive Emblems of the Geneva Conventions
The Law on the Red Crescent Society (2002) of the United Arab Emirates provides:
Anyone having used the emblem of the Red Crescent Society or the designation (Red Crescent) without authorization, and has committed an act that resulted in the death of an individual, shall be liable to a prison term not less than one year. The penalty shall be imprisonment if the act resulted in damages to the physical integrity or health of those who trusted the holder of the emblem or designation or believed he was carrying out humanitarian action.