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« Reply #570 on: August 07, 2019, 10:08:22 PM »

I'm amazed she was able to get her kids, let alone herself, out of Dubai, how did she pull that off?!

My guess is she had this planned out for a very long time and put her trust in the right people in order for it to happen. When I worked in peds the social workers always had a long term plan for women trying to leave abusive relationships. Things like how to hide money, how to not arouse suspicion, getting a lawyer, etc. I'm pretty sure Haya was given similar advice.

Especially for rich women it's actually not easy to get to some money. Many of them are provided with everything by their husband, but they don't work (don't have to) and practically don't have any means on their own.

They're often curiously in a much more desperate situation than the average wife. Of course they know more important people, but their husband knows them too...

Glad that Haya was able to get away.
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« Reply #571 on: August 08, 2019, 02:04:57 AM »

We had quite a few women who were stay at home moms by necessity (even in Canada workplaces aren't that forgiving if your kid is in and out of the hospital all the time) and they had no financial resources beyond what they could sell and what money they could get out of their husbands for necessities.

I do wonder whose name is on the deed for where they are staying. It may be that Haya had much more freedom than Mo's other wives and children and she had a lot more control over finances and the like.
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« Reply #572 on: August 08, 2019, 10:15:18 AM »

Princess Haya is a wealthy women. She has assets and a stately house in England and has always travelled freely. She is said to have taken 30 millions with her when she left, but even without that she will live well. One thing about the islamic way of handling things is that a woman has full authority over her funds, while the husband is responsable for her upkeep, and they are given a dowry on their wedding which depends an the wealth of the husband and the beauty, heritage and education of the bride. She would have been a rich woman since the contract was signed, and she would, like most Emiratis have parked part of that wealth  abroad.

It was certainly a good move on her side to involve western counties, but she cannot be compared to your ordinary victim of abusive relationships who will not have a chauffeur, pilot and first class lawyers at their disposal.
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« Reply #573 on: August 08, 2019, 10:40:27 AM »

We had quite a few women who were stay at home moms by necessity (even in Canada workplaces aren't that forgiving if your kid is in and out of the hospital all the time) and they had no financial resources beyond what they could sell and what money they could get out of their husbands for necessities.

I do wonder whose name is on the deed for where they are staying. It may be that Haya had much more freedom than Mo's other wives and children and she had a lot more control over finances and the like.

A woman coming from a royal family herself and marries in her 30ies certainly has more assets to herself than the typical childbride, who's married off to the cousin at 16.

Still since Mo is so controlling, it must've been hard for her to get of it. He surely had his spies on her as well.
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