Dubai Police officer Ahmed Khalifa Al Muzainah at the peak of Mount Toubkal in Morocco.

PHOTO BY Dubai Police

Dubai policeman conquers highest peak in Arab world

A policeman in Dubai has reached the peak of Mount Toubkal in Morocco, considered the highest peak in North Africa and the Arab world.

Ahmed Khalifa Al Muzainah said it took him 22 hours to climb Mount Toubkal, which has a height of 4,167 metres.

Al Muzainah said that during the trek, he faced difficulties, including low temperature and low oxygen levels, particularly as he came closer to the peak.

The Dubai Police officer thanked the police force for encouraging him and supporting him in the challenge. Regular trekking of Mount Toubkal usually takes three days. ICA/Expat Media

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