Radha Stirling, founder of Detained in Dubai, is making a statement after new photos of the missing Dubai princess surfaced.
We are glad to see Latifa enjoying more freedom and time in Europe with friends after a complex campaign that lasted three years. Radha Sterling says in one that some cute pics don’t end the case statement.
Princess Latifa of Dubai, long lost, Last month, he appeared in two Instagram photos.
She posted her latest photo on Instagram on Sunday evening. He allegedly shows Princess Latifa with a friend in Madrid.
The caption reads: “A great European holiday with Latifa. We enjoy discovering new places.”
Allegation that she was taken hostage
Princess Latifa Al Maktoum is the daughter of the ruler of Dubai, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. He is one of the richest men in the world, and he is also the Prime Minister and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates.
In February of this year, the princess told in a cellphone video allegedly smuggled and broadcast on the BBC that her father had held her hostage and that she feared for her life. Since then, no signs of life have come from her.
And the royal family in Dubai, in a statement after the BBC showed the video, claimed that Princess Latifa is being looked after by the family and health workers.
This illegal attack cannot be swept under the rug
In March 2018, her father, the ruler, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and the Prime Minister of India, orchestrated an attack on a private yacht registered in the United States that sailed in international waters with the aim of seizing Princess Latifa.
This act was carried out in violation of international and maritime law, and it also violates the obligations of both the United Arab Emirates and India as an ally of the United States.
Stirling says they will continue to work to highlight this.
The United Arab Emirates and India attacked an American yacht in international waters and hijacked Latifa along with five foreigners, including an American citizen.
“The United Arab Emirates cannot put this unique and unlawful attack under the rug,” she said in the statement.