Interpol’s role in Saudi’s extradition of Osama al-Hasani

Once again, the Middle East’s use of Interpol to locate and extradite foreign nationals raises human rights concerns.
Due Process on trial in Bangladesh

Due Process on trial in Bangladesh as British courts expose hacking, forced confessions and torture being used in Dhaka's High Court.
UK courts expose UAE hacking, forced confessions & torture

UK courts expose UAE hacking, forced confessions & torture
Detained in Dubai - by Radha Stirling - The Jerusalem Report

Detained in Dubai - by Radha Stirling - The Jerusalem Report
UAE Sheikh receives Bangladeshi State Minister raising human rights issues

Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi seeks to woo Bangladesh’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Shahriar Alam, MP in Khater Massaad case, raising egregious human rights issues
German Embassy “not visited me in more than a year” - Dieter Kellouche

Desperate plea from German detained in UAE at whim of autonomous Sheikh
Dechert scandal leads to worldwide UAE investment warning

A series of lawsuits has sparked investment warnings to be issued to business councils, investment and financial advisors, lawyers, entrepreneurs and governments.
Twitter accused in human rights crackdown

Twitter accused of pandering to Gulf States by shutting down human rights organisation who helped Princess Latifa, daughter of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum.
Censorship of Dubai's biggest critic on Twitter sparks concern

Concerns raised about UAE censorship of Twitter following suspension of accounts associated with Detained in Dubai
Human Rights Abuses & Corruption threaten RAK Fitch Rating

It has already been a turbulent few years for the UAE; since the 2018 dramatic escape and capture of Princess Latifa, daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and her ongoing captivity, things have only gotten progressively worse. More royal scandals erupted, in...
Interpol’s role in Saudi’s extradition of Osama al-Hasani

Once again, the Middle East’s use of Interpol to locate and extradite foreign nationals raises human rights concerns.
Due Process on trial in Bangladesh

Due Process on trial in Bangladesh as British courts expose hacking, forced confessions and torture being used in Dhaka's High Court.
UK courts expose UAE hacking, forced confessions & torture

UK courts expose UAE hacking, forced confessions & torture
Detained in Dubai - by Radha Stirling - The Jerusalem Report

Detained in Dubai - by Radha Stirling - The Jerusalem Report
UAE Sheikh receives Bangladeshi State Minister raising human rights issues

Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi seeks to woo Bangladesh’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Shahriar Alam, MP in Khater Massaad case, raising egregious human rights issues
German Embassy “not visited me in more than a year” - Dieter Kellouche

Desperate plea from German detained in UAE at whim of autonomous Sheikh
Dechert scandal leads to worldwide UAE investment warning

A series of lawsuits has sparked investment warnings to be issued to business councils, investment and financial advisors, lawyers, entrepreneurs and governments.
Twitter accused in human rights crackdown

Twitter accused of pandering to Gulf States by shutting down human rights organisation who helped Princess Latifa, daughter of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum.
Censorship of Dubai's biggest critic on Twitter sparks concern

Concerns raised about UAE censorship of Twitter following suspension of accounts associated with Detained in Dubai
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