Abu Dhabi’s Civil Court has ordered a woman to pay 10,000 AED in moral damages caused to another woman. They insulted the woman over the phone which included phrases which insulted her honour. The Public Prosecution Office had referred the defendant to the Criminal Court. They charged her and requested she pay 5,000 AED. However, the claimant filed a complaint with the Civil Court requesting the defendant pay 50,000 AED in compensation for the moral and material damages she caused her and request she pay lawyer fees and costs. The Court of First Instance confirmed in its judgment the estimation of the damages should be compensated and the circumstances which should be taken into account are within the powers of the Court providing the Law didn’t provide for following certain standards in estimating them. The Court rejected the claimant’s request for financial compensation because she didn’t outline the financial damages she suffered or the losses. The Court accepted the claimant’s request for moral damage compensation and ordered the defendant pay 10,000 AED and costs.