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Princess Haya fled earlier with another boyfriend


Princess Haya fled earlier with another boyfriend

Vijaya Laxmi Tripura

Shocking information has reached this newspaper about Princess Haya’s case of fleeing Jordan back in 1993 when she fell love with her Spanish horse-trainer. At one stage, when Princess Haya Bint Hussein told her father King Hussein of her willingness of marrying the horse-trainer, King Hussein set a strict precondition for his daughter’s horse-trainer turned lover to be converted into Islam. As the marriage with the horse-trainer became uncertain due to King Hussein’s precondition of religious conversion, Princess Haya fled Jordan along with her lover and lived in Paris for many years. She returned to Jordan only after the death of her father – King Hussein. After separating from the Spanish horse-trainer, Princess Haya has dated with at least two more men during her stay in Paris.

In Paris, Princess Haya had also dated with a Kuwaiti diplomat and a South African businessman.

It is further learnt that King Hussein’s wife Queen Noor, had planted beautiful male staffs to seduce Princess Haya while she also had on drugged Prince Ali on a regular basis with the notorious agenda of clearing the road to the throne for her own son.

It is even learnt that Princess Haya did not visit her father King Hussein during his treatment at the Mayo Clinic in the United States.

Haya’s father King Hussein

King Hussein disliked paperwork, and had no solid view for the economy. He was dubbed the “fundraiser-in-chief”: throughout his reign he managed to obtain foreign aid from different sources, leaving a legacy of a foreign aid-dependent Jordan. British aid in the early 1950s, American aid from 1957 onwards, Gulf aid in the 1960s and 1970s, Arab League and Iraqi aid in the early 1980s, and, after formalizing peace with Israel, American aid in the 1990s.

He was also seen as too lenient toward some ministers who were alleged to be corrupt.

King Hussein had introduced restrictions on freedom of speech, and changing the parliamentary electoral law into the one-man, one-vote system in a bid to increase representation of independent regime loyalists and tribal groups at the expense of Islamist and partisan candidates.

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