A British court has made the Emir of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktum, for the kidnapping of two of his daughters, and the intimidation of one of his women. The judgments of the High Courts in London, which were published on Thursday.
The 70-year-old Sheikh had tried to the last to prevent its publication, had failed to do so, but before the Supreme court.
Princess Haya Bint al-Hussein, the sixth wife of the Emir and half-sister of Jordan's king Abdullah II, had taken care of last summer, international sensation, as she fled with her eight-and twelve-year-old children in the UK. Before a court, the 45-Year-old for her two children requested to see protection against forced as well as for self-protection against physical Attacks.
Also wanted to make the children under the guardianship of the court. Your 25 year older husband, the head of the government of the United Arab Emirates, calls for the return of two children to Dubai.
In his judgment, judge Andrew McFarlane also confirmed allegations of Princess Hayas lawyer Charles Geekie, whereby the Emir is the kidnapping of his adult daughters Scheicha Shamsa and Scheicha Latifa in the years 2000, 2002 and 2018 responsible.
The events since the year 2000, showed many similarities, "the core of the use of the state and its apparatus is to threaten in complete disregard of the principles of law, to intimidate, to abuse and oppress," said McFarlane. They showed a decades-long pattern of behavior of the father, the, "beginning, if he considers it necessary", its available to him "considerable Power" for his personal goals.
In a statement, Sheikh Mohammed rejected the allegations decided. He assured that he had appealed to the Supreme court, to protect the interests of his children. This afforded less protection from the media than children in other family disputes. The process he described as "one-sided" As head of the government he had not been able to participate in the exploration of the facts by the court. (Dec/sda)
Created: 05.03.2020, 22:08 PMUpdated Date: 06 March 2020, 00:03