They called on the Tunisian authorities to take diplomatic measures to reverse the UAE decision, which they described as "thoughtless" and against all diplomatic norms and procedures of global transport.
All female Tunisian citizens of all ages were denied entry into the Gulf state, an internal Emirates Airline email circulated on social media showed.
Emirates announced the move on Sunday two days after Tunisian government officials accused the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of banning Tunisian woman from flying to or transiting through its territory.
Tunis-Carthage International Airport
Foreign Minister Khemais Jhianoui told a local radio station the UAE should apologize for the travel ban, which he said its authorities had not informed Tunisia about.
The country's transport ministry announced it has suspended Emirates flights to Tunis until the airline finds the appropriate solution to operate flights "in accordance with worldwide law and agreements", reported the Guardian.
The information indicates that with jihadists returning from Syria and Iraq, there is "a possibility of a terrorist attack involving either Tunisian women or women carrying a Tunisian passport", Garrach said, suggesting that they could be using false identities.More news: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reveal engagement photos
Tunisia summoned UAE's ambassador on Friday following Emirates' ban.
"We highly value Tunisian women and respect them", he added.
According to AFP news agency, some Tunisian women said their journeys to the UAE had been delayed and some that their visas had to undergo additional examination.More news: Red Raiders fall to South Florida in Birmingham Bowl, 38-34
The barring of Tunisian women has caused anger among rights groups and political parties in Tunisia.More news: Christmas Eve, weekend hours for Walmart, Target, Kohl's, Publix, Aldi's and more