Prominent Swiss businessman has assets frozen and warns investors

Award-winning businessman and innovator, Dr Khater Massaad, has warned investors to stay away from Ras Al Khaimah after years of fighting off frivolous Interpol notices, extradition requests and international freezing orders that have no legal basis.
Interview with Khater Massaad on Sheikh Saud, ruler of RAK

Former advisor to Ras Al Khaimah ruler, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, breaks silence. Khater Massaad is the former CEO of RAKIA, RAK Ceramics and various enterprises embarked upon during his tenure and before the ruler’s purge of foreign nationals he felt “knew too muc...
UK & US courts asked to rule on UAE torture of lawyer

UK & US courts asked to rule on UAE torture of lawyer
‘Quid Pro Quo UAE’ using diplomacy to expand powers

“It was nothing short of shocking to see the UAE hand over British national Christian Michel immediately upon India’s unlawful attack of a US yacht”, said Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai and Due Process International, who represents Sheikha Latifa Al Maktoum and...
The King of Interpol Abuse

Handing out Interpol notices like his own personal business cards, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi is described as “The King of Interpol Abuse”. The ruler of a small northern region of the UAE, called Ras Al Khaimah, Sheikh Saud has had to find other means to bring in mon...
Woman faces “£100,000 fine and 2 years in prison” for WhatsApp message in Dubai

British woman in tears after Dubai police advise her she faces a “500,000 dirham fine, two years in prison and deportation”.
UK Embassy responds to woman detained in Dubai over WhatsApp

“The police sent her phone off to forensics to examine even though she provided a written admission to the allegation.  It’s concerning that the police confiscated her phone and wish to examine it in detail.  This process can take weeks and it is possible they may levy a...
Woman stuck in Dubai over WhatsApp "frightened to death"

Woman facing a chaotic Middle Eastern legal system says she has “no idea what is going on, what is coming next, and how long it could take”.
Brit detained in Dubai over WhatsApp message

A British human resources manager has been held in Dubai after her Ukrainian flatmate lodged a police complaint over a “rude” WhatsApp message sent over a petty household dispute arising from her flatmate’s intolerance to her use of the dining table to work from during l...
Radha Stirling discusses Karim Ennarah, detained in Cairo, Free Speech, Cancel Culture & Censorship

A British woman is lobbying for the release of her new husband, Karim Ennarah who was arrested while on a Red Sea holiday with friends, where she had intended to join him in a few days.
Prominent Swiss businessman has assets frozen and warns investors

Award-winning businessman and innovator, Dr Khater Massaad, has warned investors to stay away from Ras Al Khaimah after years of fighting off frivolous Interpol notices, extradition requests and international freezing orders that have no legal basis.
Interview with Khater Massaad on Sheikh Saud, ruler of RAK

Former advisor to Ras Al Khaimah ruler, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, breaks silence. Khater Massaad is the former CEO of RAKIA, RAK Ceramics and various enterprises embarked upon during his tenure and before the ruler’s purge of foreign nationals he felt “knew too muc...
UK & US courts asked to rule on UAE torture of lawyer

UK & US courts asked to rule on UAE torture of lawyer
‘Quid Pro Quo UAE’ using diplomacy to expand powers

“It was nothing short of shocking to see the UAE hand over British national Christian Michel immediately upon India’s unlawful attack of a US yacht”, said Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai and Due Process International, who represents Sheikha Latifa Al Maktoum and...
The King of Interpol Abuse

Handing out Interpol notices like his own personal business cards, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi is described as “The King of Interpol Abuse”. The ruler of a small northern region of the UAE, called Ras Al Khaimah, Sheikh Saud has had to find other means to bring in mon...
Woman faces “£100,000 fine and 2 years in prison” for WhatsApp message in Dubai

British woman in tears after Dubai police advise her she faces a “500,000 dirham fine, two years in prison and deportation”.
UK Embassy responds to woman detained in Dubai over WhatsApp

“The police sent her phone off to forensics to examine even though she provided a written admission to the allegation.  It’s concerning that the police confiscated her phone and wish to examine it in detail.  This process can take weeks and it is possible they may levy a...
Woman stuck in Dubai over WhatsApp "frightened to death"

Woman facing a chaotic Middle Eastern legal system says she has “no idea what is going on, what is coming next, and how long it could take”.
Brit detained in Dubai over WhatsApp message

A British human resources manager has been held in Dubai after her Ukrainian flatmate lodged a police complaint over a “rude” WhatsApp message sent over a petty household dispute arising from her flatmate’s intolerance to her use of the dining table to work from during l...
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