Dubai’s billionaire ruler Sheik Mohammed al-Maktoum today shared a cryptic poem about ‘swords of pain’ as the High Court set a November date for his divorce battle. Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein has applied for a forced marriage protection order for her two children that could prevent them from being taken abroad. Today Princess Haya, 45, attended the second day of a preliminary hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice in London where it was decided the full hearing will be held on November 11. The president of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane, allowed the media to report that Princess Haya has applied for wardship of their children, as well as for a non-molestation order. The details of the order sought by Princess Haya are not known, but she claims to have fled Dubai with her two children to hide in the UK ‘in fear of her life’. Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has demanded the ‘summary return’ of his children to the United Arab Emirates. Wednesday’s hearing comes as Sheik Mohammed, one of the world’s richest men, shared a poem in Arabic called ‘the swords of the sufferer’ which describes overcoming life’s challenges. Princess Haya Bint al-Hussein, pictured at the High… Read full this story
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