As the British authorities have already rejected the asylum petition of Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein as London is unwilling of jeopardizing its excellent relations with Dubai, Jordanian King Abdullah has issued an order on September 2, 2019 appointing his half-sister Princess Haya as the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Jordanian Embassy in Britain.
According to UK-based pro-Hamas Al Quds newspaper, the decision of King Abdullah to appoint Princess Haya as a diplomat was confronted by Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, claiming such appointment would “harm” Jordanian interests with Britain. At this stage, Princess Haya’s full brother Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, who already has engaged into fierce judicial battle with Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum had strongly intervened into the matter. He also obtained support from the Palestinian Arabs as well as mega terror outfit Hamas, which are willing to see Princess Haya win the battle with Sheikh Maktoum. Another source told Blitz, the decision of appointing Princess Haya as Jordanian diplomat had received strong support from Qatar, which too has played key role in influencing King Abdullah in issuing the order.
Earlier, Princess Haya’s lawyers in Britain have suggested Prince Ali to immediately obtain an order from Amman appointing the controversial princess as their diplomat.
Although Princess Haya now is eligible for enjoying immunity and protection under the Geneva Convention as a diplomat, her appointment needs an endorsement from London. The host country has the privilege of accepting or refusing any diplomat.
A source inside the British foreign office told Blitz that Princess Haya’s appointment as a diplomat with the Jordanian embassy may not get acceptance from London. In that case, she will be asked to leave the country and Jordan can reassign her to any other country. Meanwhile, Qatar has expressed willingness to hosting Princess Haya as a diplomat at the Jordanian embassy, if she is refused by Britain.
Another source said, although Princess Haya is looking for reaching into a multi-billion dollar divorce settlement with her husband, her own uncle who is playing important role in the matter has expressed frustration stating the matter might not see an end in the nearest future as according to existing laws of the United Arab Emirates, Princess Haya already lost the right of receiving cash compensation from Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum as she has already committed crimes by maintaining extra-marital affairs with multiple men as well as stealing hundreds of millions of dollars from the ruler of Dubai.
Meanwhile, a court order has already been issued instructing protection for Princess Haya and her two children and the British law enforcing and security agencies are asked to ensure fool-proof security at the residence of the controversial princess as well as provide her full-time bodyguards. Accordingly, security measures are being taken while the telephones of Princess Haya are being intercepted as part of security arrangements. She also has been suggested to refrain from meeting her lover Russel Flowers and any other men inside her residence to spent discreet time with any of them.
According to Al Quds, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum has already threatened of withdrawing his billions of dollars of investment from the United Kingdom if Princess Haya is not deported to Dubai. But the authorities in Britain have informed Sheikh Maktoum that they were unable to violate the court order. Sensing Jordan’s desperation in granting diplomatic immunity to Princess Haya, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum has already strengthened his legal team with the goal of obtaining custody of his children. It may be mentioned here that, Princess Haya is looking for marrying one of her British boyfriends immediately after she succeeds in divorcing Sheikh Maktoum. Such mindset of the controversial princess kills her prospect of finally getting the custody of the two children as these royal kids would be unsafe into the hands of their step-father.
Meanwhile, Princess Haya sought court order putting an embargo on media report centering her ongoing battle with Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.