(Arabic translation of original English article posted below)
On March 4, 2018, a British non-governmental organization, Detained in Dubai, received an urgent request for help from a young woman claiming to be the daughter of the ruler of Dubai, Vice President of the United Arab Emirates and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
The woman identified herself as Sheikha Latifa Mohammed Al Maktoum and she is the daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. We understood from her message that she was traveling with the former French intelligence agent Jean Pierre Hervé Jaubert (Jean-Pierre Herve Joubert), at the same time a US citizen from Florida and another young woman named Tina, believed to be British or American.
Immediately after the first contact, Detained in Dubai began taking steps to verify the identity of the parties and the allegations.
On Sunday, March 4, at 18:24 GMT, Radha Stirling, founder and CEO of Detained in Dubai, received a distress message followed by another call for relief from the woman who appeared in a state of panic and fear. , "Radha Radha, please help me !! I hear the voices of men outside, I hear gunshots and I am hiding here with my girlfriend. "
After the distress call, contacts with all persons who had become missing had ceased, and since Detained in Dubai had already maintained contact with the missing persons, after the distress call they alerted the authorities concerned and sought the assistance of senior lawyers and human rights advisers in the Queen Human rights and assistance to many of the leading charitable organizations in the human race with which Detained in Dubai works.
Detained in Dubai was a police reporter for the London Metropolitan Police Unit, which now includes the Counterterrorism Unit in the United Kingdom, and another record was made by the Middle East Office at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
A report on missing persons at the US State Department, the UAE ambassador in the United Kingdom, and the Coast Guard of India, where the last known location had been released, was also made available by the missing persons before they were disconnected.
Since that incident, the parties identifying the missing persons have confirmed their identity and the last known location. Close friends have confirmed that the women who appear in the video are indeed Sheikha Latifa as she says. The Princess explained in the video that there is more than a nice sheikha, that she was known for skydiving, and that she has an account of latifa_1 where the distress message was sent before it was done Close the account.
Two American lawyers confirmed that they were aware of the situation and that they had been contacted by an American citizen and a Frenchman (native of Florida), Herve Joubert, one of their clients, who were also known to have been prepared since then as missing.
@MailOnline launched the news on Friday and showed a part of the video explaining women's reasons for trying to escape. The video was released by a US lawyer, recommended by Sheikha Latifa to publish the video in case of her death or disappearance. The video is about 40 minutes long. Sheikha Latifa claims that she was "imprisoned, tortured, beaten and banned." She also published the names of those involved and identified the various possible crimes. The video was presented to the authorities and legal advisers. Since then, the video has been posted on YouTube by various sources: https://youtu.be/UN7OEFyNUkQ
"We are very concerned about the safety of the missing persons," said Radha Stirling, who was the last to speak to the missing persons: "We have been flooded with calls, emails and evidence that can help us and the authorities, and we appeal to anyone with information that can help us communicate with us. , And we would like to appeal to anyone who can help with research, whether lawyers, human rights organizations, friends, family or even the general public.
The missing people have asked for our assistance and have asked us to help them in the case of their arrest or disappearance, which we are doing now. We are in contact with authorities, senior human rights lawyers and human rights organizations. "
"The story of the lost princess touched the hearts of many people. We have received offers of help from as far away as Peru to the account of Instagram, which has now been deleted, even here in England, They follow her story. "
Anyone who has information about those missing, please contact us at: email@example.com
Original English Version:
This release is issued to assist authorities with the search for three missing people and to update the world's media.
On the 4th of March 2018, British NGO Detained in Dubai received a plea for emergency assistance from a young woman who claimed to be a daughter of the ruler of Dubai and Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
The woman identified herself as a Sheikha Latifa Mohammed Al Maktoum the daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. It is understood she was traveling with the former French intelligence operative Jean Pierre Hervé Jaubert, also an American citizen of Florida and another young women named Tina, who is believed to be British or American.
Immediately upon initial contact, Detained in Dubai preceded steps to verify the identity of the parties and the claims made.
On Sunday the 4th of March at 18:24 GMT, Detained in Dubai's founder and CEO Radha Stirling received a distress message, followed by a distress call from the woman who appeared in a panicked and frightened state. She stated "Radha, please help. There are men outside. I hear gunshots and I am hiding with my friend".
Following the distress call, communication with all of the missing persons ceased. Having had communication with the missing person previously, and following the distress call, Detained in Dubai alerted the relevant authorities. Detained in Dubai furtherought the assistance of leading human rights Barristers and Queen's Counsel together with the assistance of several leading human rights charities with which Detained in Dubai works.
Detained in Dubai filed a police report with the Metropolitan police in London's kidnapping and people trafficking unit, which we understand has now involved the counter terrorism unit in the UK. A report was also made to the Middle Eastern desk of the Foreign and Commonwealth office.
In addition, a missing persons report was filed with the US State department, the UAE Ambassador to the UK, and the coast guard of India, where the missing persons had delivered their last known position to be.
Since the incident, parties who had known the missing persons have confirmed their identity and last known location. Close friends have confirmed that the woman in the video was who she said she was, Sheikha Latifa. The woman explained that there are several Sheikha Latifa's and that she was the one known for sky diving , with the instagram account latifa_1 (distress message posted there before being closed down).
Two US attorneys confirmed that they were aware of the situation and had been contacted by American and French national and Florida resident Hervé Jaubert, a client of theirs, who was also known to them. They have since prepared a missing persons report.
The @MailOnline broke the news on Friday and showed part of a video where the woman explains some of the reasons for her escape attempt. The video was distributed to a US attorney by the woman for distribution in the event of her death or disappearance. The video extends for around 40 minutes and makes claims that she was "hospitalized, tortured, beaten and censored" as well as going onto name those involved and setting out various potential crimes. video has since been published on YouTube by a variety of sources: https://youtu.be/UN7OEFyNUkQ
Radha Stirling, who was the last party to speak with the missing persons said, "We are very concerned about the safety of the missing persons. for any information that could be helpful to please get in touch with us. We would also like to appeal to anyone that can assist with the search.
The missing persons requested our assistance and instructed us to assist them in the event of their arrest or disappearance, which we are now doing. We are liaising with authorizations, leading human rights lawyers and human rights organizations. "
Anyone with information on the missing persons, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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