The Princess… is missing… still.
…in deed and in fact… too.
Wherefore art thou.?.
Where’s the Princess.?.
… is becoming a major worry and concern for Human Rights Watch members.
The general public.
Also… i, Shiro… herein.
The Princess, pictured above, reportedly long unhappy with current restrictions was detained by UAE Authorities on Mar 4th.
She was also previously held in 2002…
…for some 3 years in a unnamed Detention Center where Torture and other Deprivations were applied according to a released video which can be viewed at article’s end.
The Indian Coast Guard and UAE Authorities forcibly stopped the Boat she was on,.. the Nostromo some 50 km’s from the Goa Coast, India to effect her capture at approximately 10pm Local Time. Gunfire and Gas were used. Machine Guns and Laser Weapons noted.
A Distress Signal/Message was sent by the Princess/Boat to nearby acquaintances. The Owner and Captain of the Boat appear to have been forcibly mistreated during the boarding/capture incident as well.
State of the Art offshore Patrol Vessels, Maritime Surveillance Craft and Helicopters used in the secretly Indian PM authorised actions. Strategic Interests and Domestic Policy Concerns cited.
The HRW Report noted:..
“…On April 18, Agence France-Presse reported that a source close to the Dubai government confirmed that Sheikha Latifa “was brought back” to the UAE.
“UAE authorities should immediately reveal the whereabouts of Sheikha Latifa, confirm her status, and allow her contact with the outside world,” said Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East director at Human Rights Watch.
“If she is detained she needs to be given the rights all detainees should have, including being taken before an independent judge.”
“The UAE authorities should immediately reveal whether they are detaining Sheikha Latifa and her whereabouts and that of all others they are detaining incommunicado,” Whitson said.
Human Rights Watch has documented numerous incidents of enforced disappearances by UAE authorities in recent years.
Wherefore art thou.?.
A theme somewhat akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet…
… a rather dramatic variation thereof.
Seems to play behind the scenes of the Arabian Geopolitical arena.
Particularly in the UAE… currently.
Hopefully too,.. the full and final tragedy of 1977’s Princess Misha’al;..
…is not up for a repeat performance as ending herein.
Wherefore art thou.?. Princess Latifa.?.
…where o where.?.
Wherefore and how you be.?.
Indeed,.. in deed and in fact… too.?.
We All find… Wally eventually.
So… where’s the Princess.?.