Although immigration experts are optimistic of Princess Haya getting asylum in Britain and some of the experts even are saying being a “half-British” she has the right to stay in the United Kingdom, diplomatic experts on Middle East affairs said, there is zero possibility for Princess Haya of getting asylum or even the right of living in the UK. Instead, London would anytime very abruptly deport her and possibly would hand her over to the UAE authorities.
On June 30, 2019, news reports stated that Princess Haya left Dubai with her children Zayed and Jalila and with £31 million in cash and had claimed to be facing potential threats on her life.
She has applied for asylum in Germany, and the British newspaper and she had been escorted by a German diplomat to Germany. Sheikh Al Maktoum posted a poem on Instagram, in Arabic and English, accusing his wife of treachery and betrayal.
It has been earlier reported in this newspaper that Princess Haya was now living with her two children in a mansion near Kensington Palace worth about £85 million, has sought asylum in the United Kingdom, and is asking for a divorce, eyeing for extracting over £5 billion from her husband and preparing for a legal battle in the High Court.
Until recently, Princess Haya had always been a strong defender of Sheikh Al Maktoum and when the case of forceful abduction and return of Princess Latifa was everywhere in the media and the Dubai authorities were feeling the heat, it was Princess Haya, who invited her friend Mary Robinson, the former president of Ireland and former United Nations human rights commissioner, to Dubai to “help with a family dilemma”.
It is learnt that Sheikh Maktoum had convinced Princess Haya in defending him on Princess Latifa’s case and even inviting Mary Robinson to Dubai by paying an unknown amount of money. At that time, Princess Haya was critical of those who were condemning Dubai for the mistreatment of Princess Latifa although she was absolutely aware of as to how Princess Latifa and her half-sister Princess Shamsa were being treated. It was Princess Haya who had never shown any sign of regret or pain for those unfortunate Princess – for two specific reasons – as she was heavily compensated by Sheikh Maktoum and secondly as none of those Princess was her own daughters.
Meanwhile, some scammers have already started making frantic bids in somehow contacting Princess Haya with the goal of extracting money from her or extorting money from the people by pretending as defenders of the sixth wife of the Dubai ruler. One of those scammers is David Haigh, a convicted criminal and self-styled human rights campaigner, who earlier had made an unknown amount of money with the active collaboration of another fraud named Tiina Jauhiainen.
David Haigh has started giving statements on behalf of Princess Haya and had recently said, the lawsuit would draw attention back onto the issue of human rights in the United Arab Emirates: “It’s good news for Latifa, as it’s thrown what happened to her into a court which isn’t corrupt. That’s good news for anyone who has been abused in the UAE”.
While David has been referring to Princess Latifa, he and his cohort Tiina Jauhiainen was terrified knowing about the murder of Princess Latifa inside the Dubai palace during early 2019; not because they have sympathy towards that unfortunate Princess but because it would now stop them from making money by pretending as the defender of Latifa.
Meanwhile, on July 5, 2019, Princess Haya was sued in the United Kingdom’s High Court of Justice by her husband, Sheikh Muhammed Maktoum petitioning for custody of their children. It is further learnt that; Haya may face further accusations of stealing millions of dollars as well as cheating her husband by having illicit romantic relations with her British bodyguard.
What Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein has done is a clear case of adultery, which won’t be appreciated by people of any faith – save some frauds and atheists.
Legal experts in Britain said, although Princess Haya can expect sympathy from people as being an individual facing potential threats of extreme intimidation and harassment by the Dubai royals, there also is no reason for any sensible individual in extending support towards her as she is accused of theft, fraud and adultery.