Rare footage of UAE Vice President and Ruler of Dubai circulating on social media showed His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum working to save the lives of passengers inside a hijacked plane. The archive footage focuses on the Lufthansa Flight 181 incident, which saw the hijacking of a Boeing 737 by four members of the
EXCLUSIVE: HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein talks of her humanitarian efforts, family and memories. Leila Hatoum I feel good when we are able t0 bring in the aid to those in need says HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, when asked about her humanitarian initiatives and her interest in helping people from all four corners of the
DUBAI – August 30 – UAE President and Dubai Ruler His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has ordered the retirement of nine executive directors on Monday, a day after he conducted surprise spot checks on government offices, only to find them empty with many employees late for work – including senior management. In
On Sunday morning, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai and vice president of the UAE, conducted spot checks in various government offices to find some of them empty, with many employees turning up late to work. Video footage and pictures showing Sheikh Mohammed visiting empty offices, shared by the Dubai
DUBAI, Feb 10 – It sounds a bit New Age, but the United Arab Emirates has just appointed state ministers for happiness, tolerance and youth. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the UAE prime minister who is also the ruler of Dubai, announced the new lineup on Wednesday via his official Twitter account. It is apparently
By Staff Reporter Barcelona’s Lionel Messi rounded up his UAE trip with a picture on his Facebook page with Dubai’s ruler Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, thanking him for his hospitality. Messi was in Dubai to attend the Globe Soccer Awards, which were held in conjunction with this year’s tenth Dubai International Sports Conference.
“It is a common mistake among some Arab leaders to listen to their own voice.” By: Mohammad Salman Iqbal/Leila Hatoum IN 2004, one man stood firm in urging Arab leaders to introduce reforms within their states. Memorably, he advised them to “change or you will be changed eventually.” Six years later, a wave of national uprisings