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Latifa Bint Wikipedia/ Biography
|Name||Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum (II)|
|Born||5 December 1985|
|Age||(age 37) @2023|
|Nick Name||Sheikha Latifa|
|Other Names||1.Princess of dubai|
3.Latifa bint Mohammed
5.dubai ruler daughter
|Birth Place||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|husband||Sheikh Faisal Saud bin Khalid Al Qassimi|
|Net Worth||$14 Billion ( Expected)|
|Net Worth 2022||$14 Billion|
|Father||Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum|
|Mother||Huriah Ahmed al M’aash|
|Sister||Mahra bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum|
|Height in Feet Inches||5.5” Five feet five inches|
|Height in Centimeters||165 cm|
|Weight in Kg||58 kg|
|Known As||princess of dubai|
Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum (born 1985) – Wikipedia
Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (Arabic: لطيفة بنت محمد بن راشد آل مكتوم, romanized: Laṭīfa bint Muḥammad bin Rāshid al-Maktūm; born 5 December 1985) is an Emirati sheikha and a member of the Dubai ruling family. She is the daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prime Minister of the UAE, and an Algerian woman named Huriah Ahmed al M’aash.
Sheikha Latifa has two half-sisters with the same name. She is the full sister of Sheikha Maitha (born 1980), Sheikha Shamsa (born 1981), and Sheikh Majid (born 1987).
Sheikha Latifa escaped from Dubai in late February 2018 and was forcibly returned from international waters near the Indian coast by a joint India–Emirates operation on 4 March 2018. In December 2018, the Dubai royal court said that she was back in Dubai. She was believed to be held against her will under the order of her father, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. In June 2021, a brief statement issued on her behalf by law firm Taylor Wessing stated that she was free to travel and wants privacy. In August 2021 and after Latifa had been photographed in public places in Dubai, Spain and Iceland, the #FreeLatifa campaign, which had lasted three and a half years, came to an end. In February 2022, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, stated that she met Latifa in Paris and that Latifa was well and wished for respect for her privacy.
Sheikha Latifa is one of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s children. Her mother is Huriah Ahmed al M’aash.
In a video statement, Sheikha Latifa said that she and her brother Sheikh Majid spent their early childhood under the care of their paternal aunt. Her early education was at the Dubai English Speaking School and later at the International School of Choueifat, with one year at the Latifa School for Girls. Sheikha Latifa is an experienced skydiver, coached by former world champion skydiver Stefania Martinengo, and held accelerated freefall instructor rating.
In 2002, at the age of 16 years, a first attempt by Sheikha Latifa to escape ended in her capture at the Emirati-Omani border; she was subsequently jailed for three years and four months. She claimed in the video statement to have been kept in solitary confinement and subject to “constant torture”, physically through beatings and mentally, during her arrest.
In May 2018, Helene Jaubert, ex-wife of former French Navy officer Hervé Jaubert told The Daily Beast that Jaubert and Radha Stirling had been in contact with Latifa for five years, and invented the scheme together: “The whole plan was for Hervé to help her escape and once he got her out the daughter was going to get to the dad and say ‘I want $3 million or else I’ll tell all to the media’. It was a con. It’s a corrupt scheme gone haywire”. According to Stirling, Latifa phoned her from the boat in the middle of the ambush, saying she feared for her life and “was hearing gunshots”. Latifa made the call via WhatsApp and evidence of the call was provided to authorities in the United Kingdom and the United States and made available to reporters. The Daily Beast pointed out that a satellite phone is normally needed to call from their alleged location in the Indian Ocean. However, it was established that the Nostromo was outfitted with satellite phone. In August 2019, Tiina Jauhiainen gave her version of events to online magazine Insider.
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Latifa Bint Mohammed Al Maktoum
Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum is an Emirati princess and daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the hereditary ruler of Dubai who also serves as prime minister and vice president of the United Arab Emirates. Sheikha Latifa was detained by commandos off the coast of India in 2018 after she tried to flee Dubai in a yacht. She has been held in a Dubai villa against her will since then. On February 16, 2021, BBC released excerpts from video diaries of Sheikha Latifa that were recorded in a locked bathroom inside the Dubai villa where she was being held. In the videos, the princess says she is “worried about my safety and my life.” “They want propaganda from me. They wanted me to do a video and say that I’m here happily and voluntarily. And I refused,” she said in a video obtained by The Associated Press. “I don’t know what can happen to me and how long this will last. And if they decide to release me, like how my life would be. But I’m not safe at all.” However, Sheikh Mohammed and the Dubai royal court have said Latifa is safe in the loving care of her family.
LATIFA AL MAKTOUM NET WORTH 2022
Latifa Al Maktoum net worth and salary: Latifa Al Maktoum is a Princess who has a net worth of $14 Billion. Latifa Al Maktoum was born in Dubai, in December 5, 1985. Emirati princess and a member of the Dubai royal family. She is the daughter of the Ruler of Dubai and Prime Minister of UAE Sheikh Mohammed Bin-rashid Al-maktoum and Huriah Ahmed Al M’aash from Algeria .
Sheikha latifa ABOUT
Emirati princess and a member of the Dubai royal family. She is the daughter of the Ruler of Dubai and Prime Minister of UAE Sheikh Mohammed Bin-rashid Al-maktoum and Huriah Ahmed Al M’aash from Algeria
Sheikha latifa BEFORE FAME
She’s been known for her propensity for daredevil activities like skydiving.
Sheikha latifa TRIVIA
She went missing in March of 2018 after getting captured in international waters attempting to make it to an American Embassy to ask for asylum. She reappeared in Dubai in April of 2018.
Sheikha latifa FAMILY LIFE
She has two half-sisters with same name (one older and one younger).
Sheikha latifa ASSOCIATED WITH
Mohammed Bin-rashid Al-maktoum was her uncle.
latifa bint mohammed al maktoum where is she?
Sheikha Latifa escaped from Dubai in late February 2018 and was forcibly returned from international waters near the Indian coast by a joint India–Emirates operation on 4 March 2018. In December 2018, the Dubai royal court said that she was back in Dubai.
latifa bint mohammed al maktoum escape
“Your father told us to beat you until we kill you. That’s his orders. Your father’s orders. Your father, the ruler of Dubai – that’s what he said.”
Princess Latifa’s story goes back to 2000 but it really took off in 2018. It is an astonishing story, which tugs at the heartstrings of anyone who has enjoyed freedom.
Born into a fabulously rich family, Latifa was one of a couple of dozen children – by several wives – of the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. To the outside world, she seemingly lacked nothing in material terms, but had no warmth from either of her parents, and her only real family friends were her elder sister Shamsa and two adopted sisters. Both Latifa and Shamsa were sparky, free-thinking young women, which meant they clashed with the ethos of the gilded cage in which they grew up.
Shamsa pulled off her escape while the family was stationed in England during the flat racing season (Sheikh Mohammed is one of the world’s leading owners of racehorses). But two months later her father tracked her down, had her kidnapped off the streets of Cambridge, and brought back in a private plane to Dubai where she was imprisoned for years.
That instilled in Latifa a determination to escape, and in 2002 she tried it. But at 16 she was by her own admission hopelessly naïve and was easily tracked and brought back to the palace. As a result of her attempt to leave Dubai she was arbitrarily detained by her father and spent more than three years in prison. She was subjected to torture, and inhumane and degrading treatment. That made her all the more determined to escape, even if it meant taking many years to plan it properly.
On 24 February 2018, Latifa met up with her trusted friend Tiina Jauhiainen for a coffee in downtown Dubai. At one stage she nipped into the bathroom, came out wearing different clothes, drove with Tiina out of town, and managed to get across the border into Oman. From there she boarded the US-flagged boat Nostromo and sailed to freedom in international waters.
However, on the night of 4 March 2018, an unprecedented international abduction took place in which a significant Indian and UAE military force converged and carried out an unprovoked attack on the small boat off the coast of Goa, India. This force – consisting of at least two state-of-the-art ships from the Indian coast guard, a UAE Navy frigate, several hundred men, including an elite commando unit and a detachment of the UAE armed and state security forces, helicopters and planes – was sent to illegally capture and kidnap one young woman.
On that night, Indian commandos boarded the yacht Nostromo, savagely beat and tortured the crew of the ship, and dragged Latifa away, illegally ignoring her desperate pleas for asylum. They also captured Tiina and the crew were illegally taken to Dubai, at gunpoint. Tiina and the crew were eventually reclassed following growing international condemnation of the acts of the UAE, but Latifa was kept captive, and remains so today.
That the troops carried out the raid when they knew they were blatantly violating international law by attacking an American ship in international waters speaks of the power of the man they indirectly served. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the unelected and unchallenged ruler of Dubai, and the woman whose dream of freedom was brutally and violently crushed that night was his daughter, Sheikha Latifa.
While being held following the raid, one of the troops in charge told Latifa: “Your father told us to beat you until we kill you. That’s his orders. Your father’s orders. Your father, the ruler of Dubai – that’s what he said.”
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