Emirates Leaks

New developments in Dubai ruler wife escape


Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, the wife of the UAE’s Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, Mohammed Bin Rashid, is now living in a secret place after her husband was abandoned weeks ago, the Daily Beast reported.

According to the American website, Princess Haya originally sought asylum in Germany, and her request was accepted from the beginning.

However, according to the US site, it is said that Princess Haya is seeking a safe refuge in the United Kingdom.

Sources told The Daily Best that Princess Haya preferred to live in London, where it is said that she lives in a secret location.

The Jordanian royal court has so far ignored commenting on reports of disputes between the ruler of Dubai and his wife, the Hashemite princess, that ended up with her resorting to one of the European countries.

Abu Dhabi or Oman has not officially issued any official statement commenting on the issue.

The Hashemite princess left Dubai with her two children and settled for five weeks in London.

Emirates Leaks had reported an undeclared crisis between the UAE and Germany on the background of the escape of the wife of Rashid to the German territory.

According to reliable sources, the Jordanian princess fled to Germany with her son Zayed and her daughter Jalila with the help of a German diplomat.

According to the sources, Princess Haya immediately requested asylum from the German authorities and divorce from her husband Mohammed bin Rashid.

The sources confirmed that both Mohammed bin Rashid and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed asked the German authorities to return the Jordanian Princess and her son and daughter to the UAE, but Berlin rejected this request strongly and confirmed its commitment not to exercise forcible return under any considerations against the Princess of Jordan.

The German authorities refused to return the Jordanian princess caused Mohammed bin Rashid to anger and escalated anger against the German government.

Princess Haya bint Al Hussein (3 May 1974), daughter of King Hussein Bin Talal of his wife Queen Alia and sister of King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein.

The London-based Al Quds Al Arabi newspaper reported that Ben Rashid is contacted with King Abdullah II to ask him to intervene in order to return his two children to him, with reports that he decided to “abandon his wife” and all that he wants is his children to avoid international embarrassment.

the Princess Haya’s family did not like what Bin Rashed said about her as and her brother, Prince Ali bin Al Hussein, visited her in London. The princess insists on keeping her two sons, Jalila and Zayed, and her right to take care of them.

Sources close to the princess indicated that pressure has been exerted on her and forced her to leave for Europe after trying to isolate her children from her personal disputes with her husband.

Al-Quds Al-Arabi pointed out that, contrary to the deliberate distortion of the Jordanian Princess’s reputation, she avoided escaping to Amman to avoid embarrassing her country and hoping to deal with the dispute before the course of events was developed and reached a point of no return.

The incident brought to mind one of the daughters of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Sheikha Lutfiya, which ran away after complaining that she had been imprisoned for three years and subjected to cruel and inhuman treatment.

Latifa has provided with a former French spy named John Pierre Herve Joubert, who has a history of helping people in Dubai escape through his registered yacht in America.

Prior to her escape, Latifiya reported that she had not been allowed to leave the country since 2000 and was being monitored around the clock.

Sheikha Latifa said she had two sisters from the same mother and “we are not allowed to keep the passport.” She added that “if she leaves, she has a certain driver, she can not go from Dubai to any other emirate without permission.”

Later, the UAE authorities returned Sheikha Lotfiya by force and put her under house arrest. The doctors then began to give her sedatives after being hysterical.