Yes.I don't think the percentage is an issue rather the amount. You can pay yourself 100% of a company pre tax profits if the number is small.
Look instead to market averages for people in similar situations, roles and positions in the market you're working.
That 65% number given earlier as a salary is not a big wage compared to what thousands of people earn in the UAE.
One man companies making a million a year are quite plentiful in Dubai and I'd imagine the vast majority pay themselves a handsome salary.
Given that as the local market average who's going to insist they only pay themselves a Macdonald's wage? Who in a country of visible consumption can say that you in particular can't earn a similarly high salary?
The law states that payments made to related parties shall meet the arms-length principle so the difference from market level salaries could be taxed with the income tax.