Now YOU ARE free, help your daughter! Campaigners are asking for runaway wife of the billionaire ruler of Dubai to help release her stepdaughter detained in the UAE following a failed escape bid
- Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein is said to have left his husband and fled to London
- He thought he had claimed political asylum in Germany before hiding
- One of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Maktoum daughters Princess Latifa, 33, is currently detained in Dubai
- She had tried to flee the country, but was captured and not seen
- Campaigners now want Princess Haya to speak out about the treatment of Latifa
Campaigners have called on the run-away wife of the Dubai ruler to intervene and assist in the release of her stepdaughter allegedly imprisoned in the country following a failed escape bid.
Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein is said to have left her husband, the ruler Dubai and one of & # 39; the world's richest men, and fled to London.
She is supposed to have applied for political asylum in Germany before she went into hiding.
Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein (pictured above with husband Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Maktoum in 2012) allegedly left her husband, the ruler Dubai and one of the richest men in the world and fled to London
Unconfirmed reports claim that she has fled the UAE with £ 31 million to start a new life and is seeking a divorce from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Maktoum.
One of the Sheika's daughters, Princess Latifa, 33, fled from Dubai last year, but was imprisoned and is currently detained in Dubai.
The princess made a series of videos for her recording and said that her life was a sham and revealed that she had previously spent two years in prison after a previous escape attempt had failed.
Since her prison masters are fighting for the release of Latifa, they claim to have drugged & # 39; was against her will to prevent her from embarrassing her father.
They now want Princess Haya to flee the country to talk about her treatment.
The whereabouts of the mother of two is unknown, as the authorities of Germany and the UAE refuse to comment. The princess owns a £ 85m house in London with views of Kensington Palace.
Campaigners want Princess Haya to comment on the treatment of one of the sheik's daughters, Princess Latifa (pictured above), who was imprisoned and imprisoned last year after attempting to flee Dubai.
Tiina Jauhiainen, of the Free Latifa campaign, said: & # 39; This is of great importance in terms of a big protest against the oppressive regime of the crown prince by his own wife.
& # 39; We urge Princess Haya to use her global power and influence to free Latifa, who suffers and suffers from her own father's mistreatment of her. Princess Haya has the chance to save her life.
& # 39; The life of Princess Latifa is at stake. She may be a princess, but this is about freedom and equality. Equality, dignity and the right to self-determination for millions of women in the Middle East is at stake.
& # 39; We hope that Princess Haya and her children are safe and that she makes good use of her newly found freedom to talk openly about what really happened to Latifa and we urge her to contact us to participate and participate in our campaign. & # 39;
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