Following fleeing of Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, as predicted by this newspaper, an evil nexus comprising Iran and Hezbollah at the forefront while most definitely Qatar from behind the scene has started notorious propaganda targeting ruling families in the Gulf countries.
Lebanese newspaper Al Akhbar, in its July 12, 2019 issue has published a report claimed, a Saudi prince said Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, through close coordination with Jordanian King Abdullah II and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, facilitated the fleeing of the Dubai ruler’s wife from the United Arab Emirates.
The newspaper quoting an unnamed diplomatic source claimed that the Saudi prince, whose identity was not immediately available, was fully aware of Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein’s decision to flee the Persian Gulf kingdom with her son Zayed, 7, and 11-year-old daughter Al Jalila, abandon her 15-year marriage, and finally seek political asylum in Germany.
The source added that the Abu Dhabi strongman had coordinated the escape with the Jordanian monarch. Special operation forces, supervised by bin Salam, then undertook the task.
The source further highlighted that King Abdullah II lately paid a visit to Abu Dhabi, where he held an hours-long meeting with Al Nahyan.
A deep-rooted conspiracy
Commenting on the Lebanese newspaper’s report, an analyst at Blitz said, the report published in Al Akhbar is false, as the newspaper maintains deeper connections with Lebanese Hezbollah.
The analyst said, “There have been a series of conspiracies against the Gulf nations, particularly sponsored by Iran, Hezbollah, Turkey, and Qatar. Though Qatar is not a Shiite nation, it also has joined hands with the conspirators as the Qatari rulers are clearly inclined towards sponsoring and funding terrorism worldwide, while it also has been making frantic bids in destabilizing countries like Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, etc.
While it is known to everyone that Hezbollah is one of the Shiite terror wings of Iran it has also been lately serving the purpose of anti-Saudi Arabia blocs in the region. It is simply weird thinking Saudi Arabia, in particular, would assist Princess Haya or any other members of the royal families in fleeing as such cases of fleeing may instigate female members in the Saudi royal family in following the path of Princess Haya.
The propaganda war against UAE
Blitz has been warning for weeks about the possibility of anti-UAE propaganda in the Middle Eastern and international media. Earlier an Arab website named Al Bawaba has started propaganda against Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Maktoum and even has been giving instigation to Arab news media as well as Qatari Al Jazeera in beginning media offensives of the UAE royals. The report published in Lebanese Al Akhbar is a part of that conspiracy.
More about Princess Haya
Sources close to the Princess said she had been “preparing to flee for months”, with an escape fund of £31 million to “start a new life”.
Another source close to the UAE royal family said, although Haya is one of the members of the Jordanian royal family, the way she fled with lots of stolen money [£31 million], it actually has exposed her real face. What Princess Haya has done is a case of theft if not even worst.
According to The Times, Princess Haya reportedly bought the house she is alleged to be hiding in via another company connected with her for £85 million in 2017.
The home is a grade II listed building in Kensington Palace Gardens and previously, The Times reported that a planning application had been submitted to change “decorative acanthus balls on the gate piers with sculpted stone falcons”, as falcons are a significant Jordanian symbol.
Sohail Choudhury is the Executive Editor of Blitz