Dubai ruler sends secret assassins to London

Princess Haya bint Hussein of Dubai has been attempting to get political asylum in Britain since her legal husband Sheikh Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai and Vice President cum Prime Minister of the UAE got to know about her long-going intimate relationships with her bodyguard.

The rumours are now confirmed that Princess Haya is now going to marry affirmatively with her bodyguard cum lover of British origin. News reports questioning the legitimacy of Princess Haya’s son are very controversial in nature which made the royal family restless.

The assassination of Princess Haya & her lover

According to some clandestine sources it has been revealed that Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the United Arab Emirates who is the present husband of Princess Haya hired some assassins. These assassins are meant to be sent to London for a bounty of US$100 million. In such a situation, both Princess Haya and her lover are to be given some official government personal security.

Russian mafia and former Soviet agents

This assassin team is formed with the help of Russian mafia. Some Russian professional killers are part of this team. Some top intelligence experts from the former Soviet state are also part of this secret mission. There is a possibility that the Royal family of Dubai is planning another instance of Sergei Skripal who acted double agent during 1990s and early 2000s.

This is also revealed by some other furtive sources that Princess Haya’s security agency UK Mission Enterprise Limited, a London-based security company owned by the Dubai government is also recruiting some former British intelligence and army personnel to facilitate the secret mission.

In a nutshell, there are two teams prepared to carry out the task to ignore any failures.

Secret killings of UAE Royals

In the recent death of Prince Khalid bin Sultan bin Muhammad Qasimi, experts assume some controversial involvement of the Royal family of the UAE. Prince Khalid was the only heir to Sharjah ruler Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi. This death makes Sheikh Dr Sultan, an heirless ruler of the Emirate of Sharjah, a province under the United Arab Emirates. In 1999 Prince Khalid’s elder brother was found dead mysteriously too in the family-owned estate in Sussex.