Mary Robinson ‘horribly tricked’ over Dubai hostage claims

Mary Robinson ‘horribly tricked’ over Dubai hostage claims

Since the princess' attempt to flee in 2018, her case has attracted global attention, as human rights organizations long called for her release. "And so I think it should be investigated", Robinson told the BBC. And on the door of my room I can close it, it does not have a key, "she says scared in another cut".

"Every day I am anxious about my safety and my life, I don't really know if I'm going to survive this situation". "This villa has been converted into jail".

She did not ask Latifa about her situation because she did not want to "increase the trauma" of her "condition".

Sky News reported that it had also received the videos but had been unable to contact Latifa for the last nine months.

The government's Dubai Media Office did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press. The Queen, who has previously been seen with the sheikh at horse racing events due to their shared passion for the sport, is said to have "distanced herself" as a result of the High Court judgment. It may be mentioned here that, Tiina Jauhiainen does not have any legal source of income, while it is anticipated by many that her main source of income is selling the false stories of Princess Latifa.

Video messages sent by Princess Latifa Al Maktoum, recorded in a locked bathroom on a smuggled mobile phone, have been released by friends who are urging the United Nations to intervene in an extraordinary saga of abduction and incarceration on behalf of one of the world's richest men, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

It was her second failed attempt to flee overseas after she previously tried to leave the UAE in 2002 as a teenager. I don't really know if I'm going to survive this situation.

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"I was up against a lot of people with weapons".

Princess Latifa has claimed she is guarded by up to 30 police at the villa where she is held.

Sheikh Mohammed and the Dubai Royal Court have claimed the princess is safe in the loving care of her family. But in the recent weeks, Princess Haya turned tremendously adamant in damaging the image of the Dubai ruler, especially because of her personal rapport with the members of mega-terror outfit Hamas, as the later is annoyed on the UAE authorities for normalizing relations with Israel.

In 2019, Sheikh Mohammed's ex-wife, Haya Bint Al Hussein, fled to London, where she applied for a forced marriage protection order relating to their school-age children.

The secret videos document her alleged kidnapping and imprisonment which has lasted over a year.

Judge Andrew McFarlane also ruled that both Latifa and her sister Sheikha Shamsa, the emir's daughters from a previous marriage, had been forcibly returned to Dubai.

The yacht was then intercepted off the Indian coast several days later in an operation apparently involving Indian special forces.

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