Princess Haya has become the pawn of crooks
Princess Haya has become the pawn of crooks

Activities of Dubai ruler’s sixth wife Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein is generating suspicion into the minds of people thinking she might have been motivated and pushed into the current situation with the ulterior motive of tarnishing the image of the UAE royal family in particular as well as the Saudi and Kuwaiti royals. Ever since the news about her fleeing the United Arab Emirates came to the media, this Britain-educated Princess has been showing signs of abnormal behaviour which do not match with her previous records. According to analysts, Prince Haya possibly is under pressure from some quarters – most possibly some wealthy and influential nation in the Middle East that has been having bitter relations with UAE and Saudi Arabia.

How the news came to the media?

News about Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein’s landing in Germany first was catered by some Qatari news outlet, which had been the primary source of information for the rest of the news media around the world. Even now, some individuals are trying to manipulate the media in giving “positive” coverage to Princess Haya and “exposing the UAE royal family” as well as relate this incident with the previous cases of fleeing of Saudi Princess. Such efforts clearly are exposing the hands of some third forces behind the entire episode.

Mysterious deaths of UAE Royals

Son of the ruler of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi has been living in London for many years, where he has been running businesses. No one has ever raised any accusations against Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi of being drug addict or arranging “sex and drugs orgy” party with friends. Instead, to his friend circle and those who knew him, Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi was known as a very generous and friendly individual. But, soon after the news about Princess Haya hit the media, almost simultaneously there had been the incident of the mysterious death of Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi in his posh London apartment.

Back in 2009, when the eldest son of the Sharjah ruler, from his first marriage, Sheikh Mohammed bin Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi died, media quickly came to conclusion stating the Prince dies of a drug overdose and was found on the floor of his bathroom at the family’s home in East Grisnstead.

As the media invests the reason behind the death of Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi as because of “sex and drugs orgy”, did the London police and the intelligence agencies investigate the matter and interrogate those who were present in his house the time the so-called “sex and drugs orgy” took place?

In my opinion, both the cases are homicides and it is up to the investigating agencies in Britain and UAE to find out the real causes of such deaths.

Was the death of Sharjah Prince connected to Princess Haya’s asylum bid?

Princess Haya has been making frantic bids in getting asylum in Britain as well as want Queen Elizabeth’s intervention into the matter of divorcing the Dubai ruler as well as custody of the children. While Princess Haya is claiming her life to be under threat, a section of the British media is vigorously attempting to prove her as a “half Briton”. The mysterious death of Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi may give some credence to Princess Haya’s claim of her life being under threat. In that case, the most immediate beneficiary of this death is her.

An attempt of spoiling relations between Britain and UAE

Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, possibly under the advice of some quarter has been trying to shift to one of Queen Elizabeth’s palaces and use that as a sanctuary. If she finally takes that step and drags the British royals into her private matter, it may certainly spoil the existing warm relations between the United Kingdom and UAE.

Here again, some vested interest group must have been actively giving such advice to the fleeing Princess.

Million-dollar media offensives

According to information, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, through PR agents has been planning a massive media offensive against the Dubai ruler in particular as well as the UAE royal family and royal families in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait eyeing on the July 30 hearing into the divorce case in the British High Court.

Undoubtedly, she will get huge coverage in the media both through the media offensives as well as her possible press conference and release of propaganda videos. It is even learnt that the daughter of the Jordanian king may circulate her video statement to the British and international media during the last week of July.

The connection between UAE royals and Dawood Ibrahim

Following the publication of several reports and opinion editorials, we are already getting scoops about the connection between some members of the UAE royal family with notorious terrorist Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company.

Prince Haya bint Hussein has been projected by various news outlets and organizations as a human-rights defender. She also has reportedly exposed “untold stories” about the Dubai royals. But, according to a credible source, Princess Haya, through another member of the UAE royal family was involved in secret dealings with notorious terrorist Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company for many years. Her connections were exposed a few weeks back and anticipating possible legal consequences, she had fled UAE.

She also has connections with a Western spy agency.

Although media reports claimed the Princess fleeing Dubai with 31 million dollars, it is claimed by a source that the size of her wealth is much bigger, as she was having stakes in D-Company’s transnational narco-trafficking and even were using diplomats into such notoriety.

Only truth shall prevail

We already are digging into the cases of possible connections between the UAE royals and D-Company as well as the mystery behind Princess Haya’s fleeing Dubai. Until we reach into the final conclusion, this series will continue.

Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is the editor of Blitz. Follow him on Twitter Salah_Shoaib

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