During her student life, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein was known to her classmates as “hot girl” who would never hesitate in approaching any of the boys if she was attracted to him and would definitely get him into her bed by hook or crook. According to one of her classmates, “Haya is an extremely hot girl. Her tendencies are like porn actresses. She loves having sex and even orgies. Most of the Saturday nights, she was becoming wild like a horse and would hunt for a sexual partner – sometime she would sleep with two or even more. She also was occasionally taking drugs and had been mostly drunk during any parties. But the most notorious thing in her is Haya’s extreme hatred towards Jews. She doesn’t believe in the existence of Israel. In her opinion, Israel is an illegal entity”.
He classmate added, “When Haya married the Dubai ruler, most of us were shocked, though we knew, it wasn’t really a marriage out of love or attraction but purely it was due to her greed for money and power. What we have seen her during those days, we know, she can’t really be a good wife”.
In Britain, Princess Haya’s best friend is Mary Robinson, the former Irish president. According to media reports, there are series of controversies centering Mary Robinson, including her dubious role centering the case of Princess Latifa Bint Maktoum. It is reported in the media that Mary Robinson has collaborated with the Dubai ruler being approached and compensated by Princess Haya with the ulterior agenda of suppressing the facts about Princess Latifa and Princess Shamsa.
Is Haya a jihadist in disguise?
Although Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, as well as Queen Rania of Jordan, are known as stylish individuals following Western culture, their activities are just the contrary. Both of them are dedicated supporters and defenders of Hamas while they also are in favor of Sharia rule. Recently a number of female activists were arrested for voicing against hijab and it was reported in the media that Queen Rania was behind such actions against those anti-hijab protesters.