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Princess Latifa: The escaped woman was on the Pegasus list

Princess Latifa and her stepmother Princess Haya both fled from Sheikh Muhammad bin Raschid Al Maktum. Now it turns out: Both were on the controversial Pegasus list.

Dubai – The daughter of the Vice President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Muhammad bin Raschid Al Maktum (72), gained international fame through her unsuccessful attempt to escape from her father in 2018, who said she had kidnapped Princess Latifa (35) and was under house arrest held. She reported abuse and torture and would rather be shot by her captors than be taken back to Dubai. Her father, however, claimed that he saved her from kidnappers and that she had free will.

In May of this year, pictures of the princess in freedom appeared *, since then their trace has been lost. Princess Haya bint al-Hussein (47), former princess of Jordan and the sixth wife of the sheikh, was able to bring her escape to an end in 2019. In 2020, the daughter of the former ruler of Jordan King Hussein I * even fought for custody of the two children they shared with Sheikh Muhammad bin Raschid Al Maktum in the High Court in London.

Amnesty International named Princess Latifa and her stepmother, Princess Haya, as targets of the Pegasus malware attack in the wake of the controversial Pegasus List scandal. According to revelations from the Washington Post, Princess Latifa’s phone number has been on the list since 2018 *, followed by her stepmother a year later. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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