Al Katbi asked why a passenger who is not on the no-fly list but has a name that matches or is similar to a name on the list has his civil liberties attacked, while our ID cards contain many biometric and personal details.The questions asked by representative Al Katbi make sense. The UAE has a very advanced ID system that makes extensive use of biometrics. Hooking up the Emirates ID database to the airport system doesn't happen automatically, but it should be doable.
He suggested that the ID card details be used to prevent the occurrence of “false positive” identification of passengers, where they are not allowed to board a flight or travel overland unless they can prove that they are not the actual person on the travel ban list.
International interoperability from a national ID to international travel wouldn't necessarily be within the total control of the UAE, though. Still, the representative's questions seem to be aimed domestically rather than internationally.