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London, allegations the sheikh of Dubai: Did he kidnap his daughters.
the LONDON – The accusation is heavy: the kidnapping and torture of two of his own daughters, a campaign of intimidation against his wife. And it's more of an accusation: this is the “legal opinion” of the court of family of London, drawn up by a high magistrate, the equivalent of a verdict. The defendant has sought in all ways to keep him at least secret. But the judge has not accepted. And now his judgment hits like a stone Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum , the sheikh of Dubai, the sovereign of the small and rich emirate in the Persian Gulf.

his reputation, says to warm the Bbc is in danger of being “destroyed” in the United Kingdom and internationally. With the serious embarrassment of the queen Elizabeth, which sheikh Mohammed has attended very often, receiving from the hands of His Majesty a trophy last year at Ascot, after a race in a gallop. United by a passion for horses, the queen and the emir are now separated by defamatory accusations against him. The british media speculate that the event may cause even the break of diplomatic relations with Dubai, one of the closest allies of London and the Middle East.

The report from sir Andrew McFarlane, the president of the court family of England and Wales, says that the sheik has personally orchestrated the kidnapping of a daughter, the princess Shamsa, from Cambridge in 2000, and that of another daughter, the princess, Latifa, in 2018, when it was captured by a commando of the indian in the open sea and then repatriated to force in Dubai, where it disappeared into nothing.

The actions of the sheikh emerged only after the flight to London last year for his sixth and youngest wife, princess Haya, together with their two small children. According to a report in the Guardian, Haya has asked for the protection of the court for one of their daughters, claiming that the sheikh wanted to oblige her to marry the crown prince of saudi arabia, Mohammed bin Salman. “Mbs”, as the newspapers call him, was meanwhile accused of involvement in the murder of the journalist and dissident of saudi arabia Jamal Kashoggi.

The legal opinion of the senior magistrate has value only civil, but the court concludes, however, that, in the course of a saga twenty years, sheikh Mohammed may have probably had behaviours that violate “criminal law, English, international law, the maritime code and the internationally recognized standards of human rights.” There is also one for the Foreign Office, or the ministry of Foreign affairs, the british, accused of having blocked an investigation of the police about the disappearance of the princess Shamsa from Cambridge. The court has not been able to ascertain the responsibility of diplomacy to the refusal of the latter to collaborate in the process.

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