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Britain may deport Princess Haya

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Princess Haya bint al-Hussein, daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan, and her husband, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai, are understood to have parted. They are now engaged in a formal dispute in the high court. The case began after she fled Dubai and is due to resume later this month.

Princess Haya is close to the British royal family and owns an £85m house near Kensington Palace. Unusually, she has not been seen at Ascot this summer despite being a keen equestrian and regular racegoer. She is believed to be in the UK.

She married the billionaire Sheikh Mohammed in 2004 and is his sixth wife. The princess was educated at private schools in the UK and studied philosophy, politics, and economics at Oxford University.

According to credible sources, British authorities may not accept Princess Haya’s asylum plea as according to credible sources, she had in fact fled Dubai after she had swindled millions of dollars with the active help of her African counterparts. She also is accused of having business relations with notorious terrorist Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company.

Meanwhile, some media outlets are on purpose spreading rumors stating the UAE authorities are lobbying for getting Princess Haya deported, although the UAE embassy in London has categorically denied any such efforts. A spokesperson for the UAE embassy said: “The UAE government does not intend to comment on allegations about individuals’ private lives. As for whether it has raised such an issue with its German or British counterparts, the answer is no”.

Why Princess Haya wants the divorce?

Princess Haya bint al-Hussein has been secretly romancing with a Westerner for past few months, while she also was communicating with an African scammer racket. As the matter already came into the knowledge of the family members of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, Princess Haya started feeling embarrassed and humiliated.

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Durda Robin

    July 5, 2019 at 20:54

    Who would want to live in a country as a slave girl,wife? Princess had to take her children out of an oppressive government/husband. The women of the world must support her and her children!

  2. Durda Robin

    July 5, 2019 at 21:00

    Wow, What is Blitz? Is this site owned by Sheikh Mohammed family? Sheikh just let her go. People do not/should not own other people, not even if they are married. This is our one and only live, she should not have to suffer marriage to you and if a woman does not want you anymore then accept it and move on. YOU DO NOT OWN HER!

    • Munty (@saiydia1234)

      July 8, 2019 at 12:19

      The UAE money smell is very strong here.

  3. Viola Pressley

    July 7, 2019 at 06:57

    It is true that no person should be treated as if they are another person’s property. What does make a difference here is “Why she married this man in the first place”. When you don’t marry a person for love, then it is obviously for other reasons, (security or money, to gain more wealth). No wife was meant to be treated like a slave or puppet, that is true. I believe all people should have a right to freedom and to become their own person. Let’s face one main issue, did she marry him for love or “financial gain” only planning to leave him later and be with another man. I don’t know much at all about the the way of living or culture in Dubai or of Sheilks, but right is still right and wrong is still wrong.
    Don’t be married and cheat on the person you are married with and get caught and expect to take all their money in a divorce still. Now come on. That’s not right. Was she “forced to marry this man”? Was it one of those “arranged marriage things”. If not, I think she sort of knew what she was getting into, she not a young child being forced to marry but a grown woman that knows better. Once again, what I did not see, I don’t know happened. What I did not hear, I don’t know it was said. What I do know is that it is a dangerous game to play when it comes to marrying men for wealth and plotting to deceive, The people involved are going to have to be the ones to resolve their issues, with the courts help.

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