• ‘Judgment Creditor Booklet to Enforce the UAE Judgment Debts’

    Date: 2015.12.21 | Category: Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Police-Looting, ADIA, Al-Jazeera, Arbitration, Authoritarianism, Bahrain, Boycott Etihad Airways, Boycott Etihad Flight, Brilliant Lawyers Wanted, Delhi High Court, Democracy, Dictators, Diplomatic Protection, Etihad Airways, Extortion Abu Dhabi, Fraudulent Statements, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights, Human Rights Watch, India, India & UAE, Indian Diplomacy, Indo-Gulf Reparations, International Law, International Tourists, Investors duped, Investors sue UAE, Journey From Hell, Judgment Creditor, Judgment Creditor’s Case, Judgment Debtor, Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer, Legacy of Torture in UAE, Mrs Justice Rose, Multi-billion Dollars Case, Other, Overseas Indians’ Legal Cell, P.K. Jabir, punishment, Reparation Mechanisms, Sarah Leah Whitson, Saudi Arabia, Saudi-UAE Dictators, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Sheikh Saif, Shipping, Sovereign Wealth Fund, The High Court London, UAE Constitution, UAE Judgment Equities, UAE Judgments For Sale, UAE’s $3bn Judgment Debts, United Arab Emirates, Willful Defaulters | Response: 0

    ‘Judgment Creditor’s Booklet to Enforce the UAE Judgment Debts’
    Monday 21 December, 2015 New Delhi [Reparation Law News] Download ‘Authentic Copy (PDF: 925 kb)

    'Judgment Creditor's Booklet to Enforce the UAE Judgment Debts'

    “The enforcement of UAE Judgment is stressful but ultimately very rewarding”!

    The ‘Judgment Creditor’ Unveils Country’s First Judgment Equity Funds: A Portfolio of UAE Judgments worth multi-billion US$ Dollars now on sale in equities. The Judgment Debtor is the State of UAE whose Ruler at the time was none other than the late ‘Sheikh Zayed himself, the Emir of Abu Dhabi and absolute Ruler of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)’, and the assurance of gains is based on this very threshold!

    The ‘Decree Holder’, who was put to suffer physical, emotional and financial harm as a direct result of heinous crimes committed by the ‘Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi’, UAE, despite repeated ‘Decrees’ of the Highest Courts, now selling the Portfolios of UAE Debts. You can be the ‘Holder of Decree’ or a Creditor representing the ‘Decree holder’ (Judgment Creditor), at your place. “Avail this unique opportunity to secure your profit which jumps 5 to 10-folds and, simultaneously, become a ‘volunteer’ for the principles of Equity and Social Justice”.

    “SPECIAL ‘ANNIVERSARY OFFERS’ FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY”
    The UAE Judgment Equities (UAE Debts) has been guaranteed five times more value
    on your investments even if the ‘Debtors’ settle it within the first week of your joining!

    The enforcement of UAE Judgment is stressful but ultimately very rewarding!

    [“A creditor is worse than a slave-owner,” Victor Hugo once wrote. “For the master only owns your person, but a creditor owns your dignity, and can command it."]
    There are diabolical debtors who hide Judicial decisions, commit fraud or other heinous acts to avoid honouring their obligations under the judgments. The enforcement process, therefore, becomes time consuming, expensive and stressful. Whatever the reason may be, the UAE Judgment debtor(s) will stand as the fiscally responsible party until the Court Judgment is satisfied. His responsibility to do so will pass on to his successor-in-office; the successor regime is obliged to compensate the victim of state wrongs.

    In the instant case, the ‘Defaulter-Judgment debtor(s)’ can be legally proceeded against. Besides, the Judgment Creditor is entitled to ‘Mortgage’ his Judgment; the Debtor’s assets could be seized and sold to satisfy the debts. The Judgment Creditor is also legally eligible to transfer his Judgment, part or whole.

    Feedback: “We are shocked at the incredible extent of inhuman cruelty against which the whole world should wake up. Your account should get wider publicity, so that larger number of people would become aware of such denial human rights”. … ‘Full Text’

    HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF A CASE LIKE THIS?

    A true story of ‘outright fraud’ perpetrated by a wealthiest ruling regime of the world, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
    Getting a Judgment in a civil lawsuit means the ‘Decree holder’ is then entitled to recover the money and damages from the debtor. But in this unique and historic case that arose in Abu Dhabi, the ‘Emirati debtor’ , who took it as a revenge, trespassed into the office of the ‘Decree holder’ along with his accomplice, a ‘Policeman’ in plain clothes, who held a heavy iron rod of one meter length in one hand and on the other hand a chained handcuff; with which the Decree holder was beaten up in cold blood and a well-planned looting and extortion was forced up on.

    The policeman forcibly broke open the office locker with the iron rod in his hand and looted US$.4m worth money and valuables. The Decree holder locked the door and called the police for protection. The police did come, but instead of protecting him from the trespassers, they joined hands with them and the Decree holder was attacked further, shackled, brutally tortured and was literally dragged out of his office and taken to secret ‘detention centre’ . The Decree Holder who was the ‘complainant’ in the civil lawsuit in a ‘Real Estate Deal’ of a nine storeyed building against the said ‘Emirati debtor’, involving above USD 3,00,000.00 Per Annum (INR 2 Crores), way back in the year 1995, had been blackmailed, treated as a ‘criminal’ and was beaten near-death.

    The ‘Decree holder’ became unconscious and soon thereafter he was taken to hospital-emergency, Abu Dhabi. He was subjected to the greatest ordeals by being taken from hospital to an ‘underground lock-up’ and kept incommunicado in solitary confinement. The victim was later taken to central prison at Al Wathba, Abu Dhabi. It took a long period of six months for the person to have his first appearance in the Court. The victim was implicated for ‘using force against Government employee and assault’.

    The criminal court found that the case was fully false and fabricated, therefore, the Court ordered the Prosecution to investigate the crime committed by the policemen and the local. Instead, the Prosecution went to appeal. When the Apex Court of Abu Dhabi, comprising a three-judge panel, ordered the immediate release of the victim from prison, all of them dropped the charges they had deliberately made against the victim, the ‘Decree holder’.

    The Court ordered the state authority to prosecute both the policemen and the local Emirati and to restore the victim’s dignity and to compensate him for all his losses. “The Court, the three-judge supreme bench, praised the appropriate conduct and courage of the victim in their ‘Landmark Judgment’ and concluded that the victim is innocent; rather ‘a martyr.

    Even though the Juries in different Courts of Abu Dhabi, had taken a series of decisions in this case, in absolute terms in favour of the victim, strangely enough, none of those Court Orders were executed by the UAE authority. Instead of rightly accepting the blame for the gross misconduct of their Policemen and also the Prosecution, the ‘State authority issued an ‘extremely fraudulent order’ to expel the ‘Decree holder’ from their country, as if he had been punished for a crime. The ‘Decree holder’, the then holder of ‘four consecutive Judgments’ in absolute terms in his favour, therefore, was deported from the UAE, that too at highest risk of being multiplied victimization.

    ‘Such a punishable fraud of misrepresenting the facts perpetrated by the UAE authority, for deporting the ‘Judgment Creditor’, who was an Indian investor with ‘three valid trade licenses’ of well established and profitable ‘General Contracting and Trading Firms’ under his full ownership in Abu Dhabi’ (The assets of which were valued a minimum One Hundred Million US$ Dollars at the time of his mishap in Abu Dhabi), resulting in total destruction of his life, his businesses and his profession, adds inescapable burden on the ‘Wilful Defaulters’ of Abu Dhabi, UAE.

    Back in India, consequent on the gravest cruelties and injustices meted out to him in Abu Dhabi, UAE, it was the primary duty of the ‘Government of India’ to protect the ‘Judgment Creditor’, his dignity and justice; and to help the victims of many other forms in a similar situation in that country. Unfortunately, this historic case of a Non-resident Indian-investor had been buried in the darkness for two decades by the Indian authorities, despite repeated representations and two specific Judgments from Delhi High Court in 1997 & 2007 respectively which were filed by the ‘Judgment Creditor’ as directed by the Supreme Court of India.

    It was the statutory obligation of Government of India to take all necessary measures as instructed by the High Court of Delhi as early in the year of 1997 in order to enforce the valid Legal Judgments, passed by the Supreme Court of Abu Dhabi, UAE. “The subject who has suffered the injury is not the individual person but the State itself”; as explained by ‘Professor Theo van Boven’ (1934-1983).

    The sending state, Government of India, is solely responsible for the act or omission that violates the ‘Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (VCCR) 1963’ particularly Article 5, enforced from 19-3-1967.

    “The foreign State, UAE, was bound to provide appropriate reliefs to the ‘Judgment Creditor’, whose ‘Constitutional Rights’ have been blatantly violated in the first place by Abu Dhabi police to extort money and valuables.

    The UAE authorities were further bound to provide proper remedies for the repeated victimizations which the ‘Judgment Creditor’ was forced to suffer as a consequence of the unique and the most barbaric, ‘fraudulent misrepresentation’ perpetrated by the executive branch to ‘deport’ him from that country. It has resulted in the colossal losses of billions of US$ Dollars to the Judgment Creditor’s various business institutions in the UAE, apart from the consequences of his physical and psychological trauma, the emotional pain and ‘sufferings’ which forced him to live a lost life for all the years that followed”.

    Get the full story behind ‘Abu Dhabi Police Looting’ at CNN: “Marking the 20th Anniversary of the ‘Abu Dhabi Police-Looting’ in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates”

    ‘Indo-Gulf Reparation Mechanisms’

    The accumulated ‘case histories of injustices’ received by the ‘Overseas Indians’ Legal Cell (Est.1996)’ from different quarters of Arab Gulf, forced the ‘Judgment Creditor’ to endeavour towards formulation and implementation of the ‘Mutual Human Rights Law and Reparation Mechanisms’ between the Government of India and the Gulf (Gulf Cooperation Council – GCC) countries, mandating our elected representatives and officials to effectively intervene in eliminating discrimination and imbalances of ‘Indian Diaspora’ working in different countries.

    The enforcement of Judgments and legal remedies is a fundamental element of the rule of law which is an integral part of ‘Indo-Gulf Reparation’ Movement; this also involves the recognition and protection of the dignity of individuals. The mandate of the UN General Assembly resolution ‘A/RES/60/147’ reads the ‘States should ensure that their domestic law is consistent with their international legal obligations’.

    The regional inter-Governmental Human Rights Mechanisms of ‘American States’ signed with its neighbouring countries in 1948, the ‘Council of Europe’ adopted it in 1950, and the similar ‘Charter in Africa’ adopted in 1987, are prominent illustrations of the expanding vistas of Human Rights. This constitutional approach basically protects them from all forms of exploitation and social injustices from foreign States even outside the Charter.

    It’s a ‘shameful fact’ that similar arrangements haven’t even been conceived yet by the Government of India. As a result, the Indian expatriates are exposed to the extreme degree of Human Rights Violations in the Arab Gulf. Once the ‘Charter’ is implemented, millions of ‘Indian Diaspora’ and their families will be the primary beneficiaries of ‘Indo-Gulf Reparation Mechanisms’ .

    The preface of ‘Indo-Gulf Reparations’ Booklet’ was written by the late ‘Hon’ble Mr. Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer’ (a renowned Jurist and former Judge of the Supreme Court of India), and the covering letter was written by ‘Mr. K. Sukumaran’ , a former Judge of the High Courts of Kerala and Bombay, who pleaded for the ‘Judgment Creditor’ before the Supreme Court and the High Court of Delhi. Link: ‘Indo-Gulf Reparation Mechanisms’ .

    HERE WE TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT’S THE LEGAL POINTS OF INTEREST:

    “The Doctrine of State Immunity”

    In a landmark case, the ‘secret’ wife of the late King of Saudi Arabia has won the right to sue his son and Saudi prince for breaching a contract. The king’s son, argued he had “state immunity” and the court had no jurisdiction to try Mrs Harb’s claim. But Mrs Justice Rose, the High Court of England and Wales, threw out the prince’s argument, confirming that personal immunity ceases when a head of State is no longer in office for any reason. Link: ‘U.K. High Court Judgment’

    “Decree Holders Entitled to Enjoy Fruits of the Decree Expeditiously” -
    Says Supreme Court of India !

    A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India has observed that Decree Holders must enjoy the fruits of the decree obtained by them in an expeditious manner. The Bench, speaking through Justice Dave, has noted the unscrupulous tactics used by Judgment Debtors to evade the process of law and eventually frustrate the entire efforts of a Decree Holder in getting the decree executed. Link: ‘Supreme Court Judgment’

    “How does fraud affect a victim? ‘The impact of fraud on victims’ -
    Supreme Court of India

    The term “Fraud” has been clearly analyzed and adjudged by the highest Judiciary of India. The Supreme Court reiterated that ‘fraud vitiates all’ and also the age old saying ‘Fraud avoids all judicial acts ecclesiastical or temporal’. Fraud is an act of deliberate deception with a design to secure something, which is otherwise not due. The expression “fraud” involves two elements, deceit and injury to the person deceived. It is a cheating intended to get an advantage. Link: ‘Supreme Court Judgment’

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    “Support the “Judgment Creditor” to strengthen the Integrity of the Judiciary and people’s confidence in our Justice System”

    Funds are proposed to be raised by distribution of shares. One can invest a sum as small as USD$ 350.00 or equivalent currency in the ‘Portfolios of UAE Judgments’ now on sale. The UAE Judgments, against the ‘Abu Dhabi Executive Branch’, have been guaranteed three times more value of their investment. This is a special opportunity to the UAE lobbyists, those who believe in the present ‘Status and Future of the UAE’.

    The unique features of the Judgment Equity offered for sale are too numerous to be enlisted, but a few among them which are really outstanding and the
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  • “Marking the 20th Anniversary of the ‘Abu Dhabi Police-Looting’ in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates”

    Date: 2015.08.20 | Category: Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Police-Looting, ADIA, Al-Jazeera, Authoritarianism, Boycott Etihad Airways, Boycott Etihad Flight, Brilliant Lawyers Wanted, Delhi High Court, Democracy, Dictators, Diplomatic Protection, Etihad Airways, Extortion Abu Dhabi, Fraudulent Statements, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights, Human Rights Watch, India, India & UAE, Indian Diplomacy, Indo-Gulf Reparations, International Law, Investors duped, Investors sue UAE, Judgment Creditor, Judgment Creditor’s Case, Judgment Debtor, Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer, Legacy of Torture in UAE, Multi-billion Dollars Case, Overseas Indians’ Legal Cell, P.K. Jabir, Reparation Mechanisms, Sarah Leah Whitson, Saudi Arabia, Saudi-UAE Dictators, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Sheikh Saif, Sovereign Wealth Fund, UAE Constitution, UAE Judgments For Sale, United Arab Emirates, US Caselaw, White Paper, Willful Defaulters | Response: 0

    [Cartoon: Ahmed Abdulla Abdul Khadir, a policeman from Abu Dhabi Police in plain clothes, is seen here, amidst the shameful looting operation”]

    [Cartoon: Ahmed Abdulla Abdul Khadir, a policeman from Abu Dhabi Police in plain clothes, is seen here, amidst the shameful looting operation”]

    “Marking the 20th Anniversary of the ‘Abu Dhabi Police-Looting’ in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates”
    Abu Dhabi: Shop burgled by a policeman in plain clothes, US$ .4m worth money and valuables looted!

    Statement on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of Abu Dhabi Police-Looting in Abu Dhabi, UAE 1995 – 2015
    New Delhi 15 August, 2015: ‘Reparation Law’
    ‘Download the true story of ‘Abu Dhabi Police-Looting in Abu Dhabi’ in PDF (Size: 415 kb)’ [Cartoon: Ahmed Abdulla Abdul Khadir, a policeman from Abu Dhabi Police in plain clothes, is seen here, amidst the shameful looting operation”. – The Apex Court of Abu Dhabi Case N0.188/1996. Also view his ‘companion Emirati landlord’, published in another Journal.]

    Ever heard of a victim marking and celebrating the 20th anniversary of the gravest disaster in his life? It’s the tragic drama of the ‘Judgment Creditor’, in real life. He is not celebrating it with cheers, but with agonizing memories of the nightmare of the disaster which shattered all his fortunes and pushed him to a state of complete derailment of his enviable physical, mental, financial and social well-being; and made him to live a lost life for all the years that followed.

    Regrettably, the credit goes to ‘the Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi’, who set ablaze the destruction, by issuing an extremely “Fraudulent Misrepresentation” to deport the ‘Judgment Creditor’ from that country. Fraudulent misrepresentation occurs when one makes representation with intent to deceive and with the knowledge that it is false; allows for a remedy of damages and rescission. Had the judicious judgment of the Apex Court of Abu Dhabi in absolute terms in favour of the Judgment Creditor been executed in time, his agonies could have been abated two decades back!.

    The apparent inaction by ‘the Government of India’, despite the specific directives and orders of the Delhi High Court, and the serious failures and inadequacies to comply with statutory obligations on the part of ‘the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)’ has also to be blamed in this regard.

    The victim, the ‘Judgment Creditor’ was an investor in Abu Dhabi, his ‘Business Assets’, contracting and trading firms, stood valued at a minimum of One Hundred Million U.S. Dollars when the dreadful tragedy took place at the prime of his life. The ‘Judgment Creditor’ is forced to mark this twentieth anniversary of ‘Looting and Extortion’ by the Abu Dhabi police, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), due to the Non-execution of the country’s ‘Landmark Judgments’.

    Read the shocking story of police looting, the bizarre twist in the case of police extortion in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (U.A.E)

    “Shop burgled by Abu Dhabi police in plain clothes, US$ .4m worth money and valuables looted” – a real-life story:
    Abu Dhabi, UAE; Thursday 26th October, 1995

    The expatriates being robbed of their wealth and valuables and exploited by local people pretending to be cops is not at all sensational news in the UAE. But in this true incident under report which took place on Thursday, 26th October, 1995 the policeman who played the lead role in looting was ‘a real police officer who was working in Abu Dhabi police department’.

    The victim, in the incident was a high earning engineering expert and investor, deeply committed to his profession with his three major business establishments including ‘Engineering, Contracting and Trading’ in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

    A brief background of the story
    On behalf of his principal company, the ‘Premier General Contracting Establishment’, the contractor had signed a business contract with an Emirati, ‘Mr Hassan Saeed Hassan’, covering a Nine Storied Building proposed to be leased out for a sum of 10,80,000.00 UAE Dirhams (AED 1.08million) Per Annum.

    When a dispute arose with Mr Hassan Saeed, the contractor, on the basis of legal advice, instituted a Civil Suit in Abu Dhabi Court for settling the issue. The ill-intention of the local was that, he wanted to cancel the lease deed when the restoration of entire building was over. The conspiracy on the part of Hassan Saeed, to avoid paying debts was one of the important and thrusting points in the civil suit.

    The Honourable Judge of the Civil Court took a decision in favour of the contractor. Consequently, Hassan Saeed got annoyed and insisted the contractor to withdraw the lawsuit unilaterally.

    Scene 1.
    Ahmed Abdulla Abdul Khadir, a policeman in plain clothes from Abu Dhabi police (who haven’t been disclosed his identity), along with Hassan Saeed Hassan (the Emirati, accused in the civil case, who has already been warned by the Civil Court against his wrongful motives) came to the contractor’s office.

    The policeman in plain clothes, who had come prepared and was shouting and rotating an iron rod of one meter length in one hand; and on the other, a chained handcuff. Hassan Saeed was walking close to him. They have entered the first floor of the office where the contractor was alone at the time.

    The policeman enquired about the original documents of the building contract and job orders between Hassan Saeed and the contractor which the contractor refused to disclose.

    Scene 2.
    The contractor was threatened with dire consequences unless he withdrew the lawsuit. The contractor was not willing to yield to such illegal and unjust demand, which amounted to extortion.

    There upon, the contractor was subjected to the most inhuman treatment with painful physical injuries and otherwise.

    They wanted to grab and destroy the related documents of the contract from him by force because an ‘Interim Order’ of the Court was against Hassan Saeed. In this attempt, the entire office was ransacked, drawers opened, files thrown.

    The telephone connection in the office was snapped. The policeman in civil dress beat the contractor harshly with a chained handcuff; the chain was rounded on victim’s neck and pulled around. He paid no heed to the humble requests of the victim.

    The policeman forcefully broke open the office locker with the heavy iron rod in his hand. At this juncture, some of the cash, worth above AED 3,50,000 which was kept for the distribution of wages for employees was found by them.

    Scene 3.
    So much of money! The policeman’s eyes bulged out in wonder. He looked at his Emirati friend as if he never expected there’s such a large amount of money. The currency blurred their eyes. All in a hurry, both of them grabbed the bunches of currency, and hurriedly stuffed into their pockets. In their hurry and perplexity, part of the currencies spilled over the floor of the cabin.

    In the meantime, the contractor’s younger brother arrived at the office with lunch. As he arrived the contractor asked him “to close the door and call the police”. The policeman in plain clothes managed to get out of the office with the stolen money and bundled documents.

    The Emirati too tried to escape from the office of the contractor, with his hands and pockets full, protruding with the stolen money and valuables; however, he was unable to leave.

    Scene 4.
    The Policeman in civil dress was standing outside the office which remained closed. A crowd had gathered around the office. He was holding an iron rod of one meter length in his hand with which he was hitting the door of the office and warning any one from coming near the office and was shouting Indian, Pakistani, Bangali all are thieves and procurers.

    At this point of time police patrol team arrived at the spot. They were, in fact, allies of the intruders. This batch of policemen who came responding to the alert of the contractor, immediately hit the contractor and his brother. Their faces had reflections of triumph and cruelty. They were like ferocious animals, beaten both the victims brutally, almost near to death. Then they handcuffed them behind their backs and dragged them out of the office, on through the street, and kicked them into the police car. All these brutal torture and humiliations were happening in front of a large crowd.

    The frightening deadly torture continued with shocking brutality throughout the journey as well as in a detention centre and subsequently getting admitted as an unconscious victim to the hospital emergency, Abu Dhabi.

    Scene 5. (UAE Torture)
    Here is a narration of the haunting memories and the cruel and inhuman torture suffered by the victim, in his own painful words:

    “There were four persons present (in plain clothes) when they tortured me in an underground detention centre. I was forced to lay down on the floor by them. My face was close to the floor and my hands still cuffed behind my back. They took out their Arabic turban and rolled it on my entire head and left me to suffocate; then started hitting and kicking on my head with their legs. And then they tried to pull-out my injured finger nails with a plier type nail clipper. Due to this cruel and painful torture, my finger nail were entirely torn apart”. (Full Text: UAE Police Torture’)

    [The above narration is not exhaustive but only a pointer to untold miseries, losses, sufferings; the haunting memories of the ‘cruel and inhuman torture’ and social humiliation suffered by the victim; the ‘Judgment Creditor’. He had to undergo extremes of inhuman and deadly tortures from Abu Dhabi Police which no human being could withstand. However, he was spared from death. For more details and updates, please visit the website URL: www.JudgmentCreditor.com/]

    Judgments & Orders:

    The Legal Court of First Instance of Abu Dhabi :-
    It took six months thereafter, for the contractor to have his first appearance in Court. The ‘Duty and Responsibility’ of the authority to protect a Judgment Creditor against the threats of violence was left unattended. The victim was framed a false case, alleging “Using force against Government employee and assault”.

    The Legal Court of First Instance of Abu Dhabi found that the victim was innocent, the case (NO. 152/1996) was wholly false, baseless and that it was fabricated by both the plaintiffs, Hassan Saeed Hassan and Ahmed Abdulla Abdul Khadir, the policeman. The Court found that, the Prosecutor was guilty of proceeding against the contractor, who in fact, was a victim of police brutality. The Court acquitted the contractor [and his brother as well] of all the charges levelled against them and directed the authorities to investigate the violent crimes committed by the Policemen and the Landlord such as trespassing, physical aggression, looting etc. (Judgment First Instance 152/1996 dated 10/4/1996)

    [The 'Judgment of the Legal Court of First Instance' has never been executed or investigated; instead the authorities were trying their best to hide the shameful act of the police. The prosecution taken-up the case to the Apex Court, the Supreme Court of Abu Dhabi, UAE].

    The Apex Court of Abu Dhabi:-
    The case came up before the Apex Court, comprising the three-judge panel. The prosecution found to be grossly negligent and blamed for its criminal involvement in the case. The contractor was granted bail on the filing of the appeal. However, despite the bail and sureties he was not released from the prison.

    During the next hearing, the Policeman dropped his claim from his complaint with a declaration attested by the Notary Public. The landlord, Hassan Saeed followed the suit and admitted his guiltiness. The judges threw out all those papers and had cautioned them of the serious nature of their crime which calls for long term of imprisonment apart from financial penalties and confiscations.

    “The Court praised the properness of the behaviour and courage of the victim and concluded that the victim is innocent; rather ‘a martyr. The appellate review highlighted the culpability of the policeman and emphasized the notoriety of his actions and violations of person’s rights. “It further reiterated the condemnation of prosecutor”. The Court ordered immediate release of the victim, ‘restoration’ of victim’s dignity, respect and reminded about the roles and responsibilities of authority towards the victim for reparation for the losses he suffered while pronouncing a ‘Landmark Judgment’.

    An excerpt from the Judgment reads as follows:-
    “Verily the Islamic Law and the entire Positive Laws have honoured Man and protected his freedom, his honour, his property and his soul. Hence, if a man was killed, while protecting these, he is considered to be a martyr. And limitation of his freedom without any rights is an unforgiving crime and the same is mentioned in the provisions of articles 2 and 3 of the Penal Procedures Code. And it is proved in this case that the policeman along with the plaintiff went to arrest the accused and to limitate his freedom….” (Apex Court Judgment 188/1996 dated 19/5/1996).

    “THE ‘LANDMARK JUDGMENTS’ IN THE HISTORY OF UAE”
    Having due respect, inspiring loyalty and commitment to Law, the Judiciary of Abu Dhabi, listened to, conducted and decided upon the case precisely in tune with the various provisions prevailing in that country. Download the Judgment:-
    (PDF Format)

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    “FRAUDULENT MISREPRESENTATION” – A DIRTY GAME OF THE ‘WILFUL DEFAULTERS’, THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF ABU DHABI, UAE!
    Instead of honouring the Judgments of the Legal Court of First Instance and the Apex Court, the Supreme Court of Abu Dhabi, and restoring the dignity and respect of the victim as directed therein, ‘the UAE Administration’ chose to deport the victim with “Fraudulent Misrepresentation” of truthful facts, by repeating the same false charge, that a tricky policeman had framed against the Judgment Creditor to blackmail him, (which had been dismissed later on finding it to be false by both the Courts of that country). By quoting the very same false charge to deport the Judgment Creditor (who was also a victim of police brutality), the Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi has not only tarnished the image of UAE in indelible ink; but also made a mockery of the entire Judiciary of that country.

    THE SCENARIO BACK HOME, IN INDIA
    And back in India, what action was taken by the Government of India?
    “Nothing, except a cruel and deliberate betrayal over the past two decades”.

    In India, the ‘Legal fight for Justice’ took in very many proceedings before the Supreme Court of India and the High Court of Delhi. Unfortunately, India has not made any diplomatic efforts or given any respect to the orders of Delhi High Court in 1997 and 2007.

    The concurring Judgments against Abu Dhabi police from the Highest Court of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and the ‘Concealment of the Judicial Decisions’ by the administration of that country, and to deport the ‘Judgment Creditor’, were un-challengeable F.I.R. against the Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi, who was duty-bound to compensate the victim in every respect for his physical and mental injury, illegal imprisonment and ill-health due to the near-to-death torture by policemen. In contrast there to, the illegal deportation resulted in the absolute loss of his various ‘Business Establishments’, and he was forced to live a lost life for all the years that followed.

    AWAIT RELEASE!
    “25 Smart Reasons to take the ‘UAE Judgment Execution Case’ to the International Court of Justice (ICJ)
    The Government of India is duty bound to take all necessary measures to enforce the Judgments passed by the Supreme Court of Abu Dhabi, including approaching the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for the settlement of this unique and the most barbaric action perpetrated by the head of a civilized nation, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, that caused ‘Multi-billion Dollars’ worth of damages to the Judgment Creditor’s business establishments. The ‘Laws Governing the International Community’ do require compliance by the Executive Government, in full measure, with the verdict of the Judiciary; this requirement of law was breached by the UAE Government. (‘Publications’)

    Last updated 15th August, 2015.

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  • The sweet sound of a glorious oil-drenched slap

    Date: 2015.04.12 | Category: Abu Dhabi, Authoritarianism, Boycott Etihad Airways, Boycott Etihad Flight, Democracy, Dictators, Extortion Abu Dhabi, Fraudulent Statements, Freedom of Expression, Genocide in Yemen, Human Rights, Human Rights Watch, Middle East Monitor, Migrant Workers, Pakistani Parliament, Protests, punishment, Reparation Mechanisms, Saudi Arabia, The Express Tribune, UAE Constitution, War Crimes in Yemen, Willful Defaulters | Response: 0

    The sweet sound of a glorious oil-drenched slap. And then comes the naked, blatant, shameless threat from the rich Arab sheikhs. …
    By Fahd Husain The Express Tribune  Published on April 12, 2015

    So finally the mouse has roared.

    Parliament “desires that Pakistan should maintain neutrality in the Yemen conflict so as to be able to play a proactive role to end the crises,” declares the resolution passed by the joint session of parliament. Whoa!

    And then comes the naked, blatant, shameless threat from the rich Arab sheikhs. Speaking to Khaleej Times, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Anwar Mohammad Gargash warned Pakistan of having to pay a “heavy price” for taking on what he called an “ambiguous stand”. He said Pakistan should take a clear position “in favour of its strategic relations with the six-nation Arab Gulf Cooperation Council”

    Then this Arab sheikh vomited a gem: “The vague and contradictory stands of Pakistan and Turkey are an absolute proof that Arab security — from Libya to Yemen — is the responsibility of none but Arab countries.” Really?

    So here’s the deal: for once Pakistan does not dance to the unmelodious Arab tune, and the oil-spoilt sheikhs blow a top. Well, good for us. The sheikhs can choke on their fury for all we care. This sheikh called Gargash is some non-entity whose threats we should swat like troublesome flies. But this man’s annoying words are a true reflection of the attitude that these tinpot Arab rulers harbour towards Pakistan. Their ingrained racism towards us cannot be disguised by their meaningless rhetoric about Islamic brotherhood. But the veneer of this hypocrisy

    is as thin as their purported friendship. These sheikhs think they have bought this country of 180 million people like they buy their gold-plated Rolls Royces. Perhaps, that’s why they have the temerity, and the cheek, to expect that we will sell the lives of our soldiers for their oil-drenched dollars. Given a choice, our rulers may have obliged them. Thank God they were never given a choice.

    So now our resolution has hit this Gargash man like a stinging slap. That’s 180 million pairs of Pakistani hands slapping this Arab cheek till it turns crimson with fury, and shame. Go threaten someone else, Doctor Gargash — this nation has had enough of the likes of you and your weakling sheikhs. What good are your billions of dollars if you cannot even defend yourself?

    The problem with these sheikhs and their razzle dazzle sheikhdoms is that money has not bought them wisdom. These piddling sheikhs have won a divine geological lottery that has catapulted them from camels to Ferraris. They dug their wealth, and never learnt how to create it. They then proceeded to outsource wisdom to the West while they themselves struggle to outgrow their own medieval tribal outlook towards life, the world, and Pakistan.

    “The Arabian Gulf is in a dangerous confrontation, its strategic security is on the edge, and the moment of truth distinguishes between the real ally and the ally of media and statements,”

    Gargash tweeted sarcastically. The UAE foreign ministry retweeted this Gargash’s naked threat. A minister saying something on a public forum cannot be construed as expressing his personal opinion. The Foreign Office of his sheikhdom endorsing the statement through a retweet makes it as official as official can be. Now if a bigger sheikh decides to axe this smaller sheikh for his extremely provocative, irresponsible and poisonous statement, one can assume it was a personal opinion of an errant knave. But if this Gargash sheikh retains his job, we should be clear about the message and its threat from the sheikhs who rule this giant oil well.

    A threat is only serious when it’s credible. And can hurt. This oildom can hurt us economically if it directs its petty viciousness at the Pakistanis who work there and transmit precious foreign exchange home. Yes it will hurt if this financial stream is disturbed. But this should also be a wake-up call for this nuclear-armed nation. I mean, how pathetic is this situation where a tiny piddly tribal oildom can push around a hulking 180 million strong nation boasting a standing army of nearly half a million? Yes this is the depth to which we have been flung by shortsighted, visionless incompetent patronage-driven leaders who are used to eating the crumbs thrown their way from the sheikh’s tables.

    So why blame nobodys like this Gargash when we ourselves have inflicted economic weakness on ourselves and forced our dependency on these piddly sheikhdoms. We may have the big guns and the nukes that go with them, but butter? No, that’s where warped priorities bite us like a reptile on steroids.

    Ask yourself: are we less dependent on these piddly sheikhdoms than we were five years ago? Ten years ago? In other words, are we better off economically in real terms so that we do not have to grovel in front of these oily sheikhs? Have these elected mandarins who sit atop our rotting patronage-based system undertaken any basic structural reforms to improve the economy?

    Is the tax system better? Have the public-sector enterprises, i.e., PIA, Steel Mills, etc. been restructured and reformed so they stop bleeding billions of rupees? Has a growth strategy been formulated and implemented? Have non-development expenditures been slashed? Will any of this be done any time soon?

    The answer starts with an ‘N’ and ends with an ‘O’. With half their term over, the Sharifs are now focusing on winning the next elections. This means the time for tough decisions and restructuring is over, the period for wasteful, inefficient, populist measures has arrived. You want reform? Wait till 2018. At the least. And pray for an electoral miracle.

    In the meanwhile, let’s at least celebrate that even empty stomachs can boast of puffed-up chests. The Pakistani parliament has taken the right decision for the right reasons, and if Gargash and his fellow sheikhs don’t like it, they can go jump into their oil wells. Who knows, this may save them the trouble of fighting for their own honour, with their own troops.

    The ‘Sweet sound of a glorious oil-drenched slap’ was published in ‘The Express Tribune’, on April 12th, 2015.

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  • The War on Yemen: Where Oil and Geopolitics Mix

    Date: 2015.04.09 | Category: Freedom of Expression, Genocide in Yemen, Human Rights, Saudi-UAE Dictators, United Arab Emirates, US Caselaw, Violation of Sovereignty, War Crimes in Yemen, Willful Defaulters | Response: 0

    The War on Yemen: Where Oil and Geopolitics Mix
    Posted by: Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya   Publication: RT Op-Edge   April 09, 2015

    Everything about the war on Yemen is a smokescreen. Concealed behind the smoke is a tale of geopolitics and petro-politics that aims to control the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait and the Gulf of Aden.

    The House of Saud and a military coalition that consists mostly of anachronistic monarchies are claiming to bomb Yemen as a means of saving the Yemenite people and their transition to democracy. The irony should not be lost on observers that recognize that the Saudi-led coalition — consisting of the Kingdom of Morocco, UAE, Kuwait, Kingdom of Bahrain, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Qatar, Pakistan, Egypt, Sudan, and Saudi Arabia itself — is comprised of an unhealthy mixture of backward family dictatorships and corrupt governments that essentially are the antithesis of democracy.

    Just as important to note, the Saudi-led war on Yemen is a criminal act. The military attack on Yemen was not authorized by the UN Security Council. Nor can the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia justify its bombing campaign under Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, because Yemen and Ansarullah (the Houthi movement) pose no threat of war to Riyadh and never had any intentions of igniting a war in the Arabian Peninsula. This is why the Kingdom’s war on Yemen is categorically a violation of the Charter of the UN and international law.

    The Houthis never wanted to aggravate Saudi Arabia let alone start a war against the Kingdom. Days before the Saudi-led war on Yemen, the Houthis had stealthily sent a delegation to Riyadh to establish an understanding with the Saudis and to calm them down.

    Instead of opposing the illegal war on Yemen, Washington and its allies, including Britain, have thrown their political support behind the bombing of Yemen by the malfeasant Royal Saudi Air Force, which has committed war crime by intentionally bombing civilian infrastructure, including refugee camps and children’s schools.

    It is no coincidence that most of the victims in Yemen are civilians. This is part of a Saudi strategy of establishing rapid military dominance, which is colloquially called “shock and awe.” Ring any bells? This is a strategy taken right out of Uncle Sam’s playbook that intends to demoralize resistance and scare the opponent into surrendering.

    Pentagon’s not-so-hidden bloody hands

    Not eager to reveal their roles in another illegal war on another sovereign country, the US and undoubtedly several of its NATO allies have decided to keep low profiles in the attack on Yemen. This is why Washington has opted to publicly present itself as only providing logistical and intelligence support to the Saudis for the war on Yemen.

    The war on Yemen, however, would not be possible without the US. Not only have countries like the US and Britain provided military hardware to Saudi Arabia, but they are providing it with bombs for the attack, refueling its warplanes, providing intelligence, and giving the Kingdom logistical support.

    Does this sound like non-involvement? Can the US really be considered a non-combatant in the war?

    History — and very recent history at that too — is repeating itself in Yemen.

    Observers should recall how Washington deceptively claimed that it did not want to go to war with the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya in 2011. The US publicly let the British and French take the lead in the NATO war on Tripoli while the Pentagon was actually the main force behind the war. US President Barack Obama called this a strategy of leading from behind.”

     The US strategy in Yemen is not too different from that of the  NATO war on Libya. It is another case of cloak and dagger where  the US does not want to be seen pulling the strings behind the  aggression and violation of international law.

    The Saudis would never have dared attack Yemen without  Washington’s green light or help. The Pentagon is even selecting  the bombing targets in Yemen for the Kingdom. “American  military planners are using live intelligence feeds from  surveillance flights over Yemen to help Saudi Arabia decide what  and where to bomb,” the Wall Street Journal casually   reported when the war began. National  Security Council spokeswoman Bernadette Meehan, even stated that  the US had established a  joint planning cell with Saudi Arabia to coordinate the  attack on Yemen.

      This is why it should not come as a surprise that Saudi Arabia  used Washington as the platform to announce the launching of its  war on Yemen. The Associated Press even noticed the weird podium  that the Kingdom had selected. “In an unusual tableau, Saudi  Arabia’s ambassador to the United States announced the rare  military operation by his country at a Washington news conference  about a   half-hour after the bombing began,” the Associated Press  reported on March 25.

    Double standards: Remember EuroMaidan in Ukraine?

      One ugly double-standard after another ugly double-standard  sticks out. While the House of Saud argued that it has intervened  militarily in Yemen to restore Abd-Rabbuh Manṣour Al-Hadi, who  Riyadh claims is the legitimate president of Yemen, it has pushed  for a war on Syria and worked with the US to topple Bashar  Assad’s government.

      Washington’s reaction is even more lopsided. When EuroMaidan was  underway in Kiev and Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich was  forced to flee in 2014, the US and its allies claimed that  Yanukovich had lost all legitimacy because he fled Ukraine. Even  as recently as February 2015, US officials have maintained this  argument. “Well, let’s all refresh ourselves on the facts  here. President — former President Yanukovich abdicated his  responsibilities by fleeing Kiev during a political crisis,”   the US Department of State’s spokesperson, Jennifer Psaki,   told reporters during a press briefing.

      Well Mr. Al-Hadi also fled his country. Nevertheless, the same  measuring stick that was used in Ukraine is not applied to assess  Al-Hadi’s legitimacy. Unlike its position on Ukraine, Washington  claims that Al-Hadi is still the legitimate leader of Yemen.

      The US is even willing to put aside its differences and work with  Sudan, which the US Department of  State claims is a state sponsor of terrorism, to bomb Yemen  into accepting Al-Hadi back.

      The basis for all of these contradictory positions is really a  marker of US interests and Machiavellianism. It has nothing to do  with legitimacy, democracy, or human rights.

      Al-Hadi’s (il)legitimacy

      While there some parallels between the two, there are key  differences between Ukraine and Yemen. These key differences set  Yanukovich and Al-Hadi apart and are what made Yanukovich  legitimate and Al-Hadi illegitimate.

      Firstly, unlike President Yanukovich, Al-Hadi resigned from  office. For arguments sake, however, we will not dwell on this.  There are much more important points for evaluating Al-Hadi’s  legitimacy.

      Unlike Yanukovich, Al-Hadi’s term had actually expired. While  President Yanukovich was elected into office by the Ukrainian  people for his term, President Al-Hadi’s term was extended  through an administrative process. To quote Reuters: “Yemen’s political factions  extended the president’s term by a year” on January 21,  2014. Al-Hadi was only kept in office to execute reforms, and  this is the criterion for his legitimacy.

      Under the above context, it has to be remembered that Al-Hadi was  selected as a transitional figure. He became the president of  Yemen to usher democracy and his term was extended in 2014 for  this purpose. Instead, Al-Hadi dragged his feet on the democratic  reforms — the fundamental basis for his legitimacy — that he was  supposed to institute in Yemen. He was not fulfilling his mandate  to share power and to enfranchise Yemen’s different political  factions.

      President Al-Hadi actually tried to concentrate power into his  own hands while working to weaken Yemen’s other factions,  including the Houthis, through gerrymandering by redrawing  Yemen’s administrative regions.

    Petro-politics & Bab-el-Mandeb Strait: Another war for  control of oil?

      The geopolitical significance of Yemen has weighed heavily in the  equation. This war is as much about oil as it is about Saudi  suzerainty and the House of Saud’s objectives to make Yemen a  vassal state. Alongside Djibouti, Yemen forms part of an  important maritime chokepoint, called the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait  (also known as the Gateway of Tears/Anguish), which connects the  Indian Ocean’s Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea.

      It is no exaggerations to call the Mandeb Strait one of the  world’s arteries. As a maritime chokepoint, the strait is just as  important as Egypt’s Suez Canal — which connects the  Mediterranean to the Red Sea — and the Strait of Hormuz in the  Persian Gulf, because Bab-el-Mandeb overlooks one of the most  strategic and important global corridors for the transportation  of energy and international commerce.

      Preventing US and Saudi rivals from gaining a strategic foothold  over the Mandeb Strait and the Gulf of Aden is a major objective  of the war on Yemen. The US and the House of Saud see control  over the Mandeb Strait and the Gulf of Aden as strategically  important in the scenario of a conflict with Iran where Tehran  closes the Strait of Hormuz to oil shipments and international  shipping. As the New York Times points out, “Nearly all Saudi commerce is  via sea, and direct access to the Arabian Sea would diminish  dependence on the Persian Gulf — and fears of Iran’s ability to  cut off the Strait of Hormuz.” Plan B in such a scenario for  the Kingdom includes   using Aden and other Yemeni ports.

      Support for the balkanization of Yemen chimes with this and ideas  about dividing Yemen have been floating around since the Arab  Spring. In 2013, the New York Times had this to propose about a  Saudi takeover and annexation of southern Yemen: “Arabs are  abuzz about part of South Yemen’s eventually merging with Saudi  Arabia. Most southerners are Sunni, as is most of Saudi Arabia;  many have family in the kingdom. The poorest Arabs, Yemenis could  benefit from Saudi riches. In turn, Saudis would gain access to  the Arabian Sea for trade, diminishing dependence on the Persian  Gulf and fear of Iran’s virtual control over the Strait of  Hormuz.”

    Houthi control over Yemen, however, complicates and obscures US  and Saudi plans.

      Mandeb Strait and control of strategic chokepoints

      As Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah has rightly  pointed out, the Houthis and the Yemeni military are capable   of  closing the Mandeb Strait. One of the reasons that Saudi  Ambassador to Washington Adel Al-Jubeir stressed that the Houthis  should not have control over ballistic missiles, heavy military  hardware, and Yemeni bases is because the US and Saudi Arabia  want to neutralize the potential of Yemen to close the Mandeb  Strait, especially if Yemen should coordinate with Tehran as an  Iranian ally in the future. In this regard, the Saudis have  attacked Yemen’s missile depots. The aim of the air strikes  include not only preventing Yemen’s missile arsenal from being  used to retaliate against any exertions of Saudi force, but to  also prevent them from being on hand to a Yemen government  aligned to Tehran or other US rivals.

      Moreover, it has to be remembered that control over Yemen is not  only important for mitigating the effects from a scenario where  the Strait of Hormuz are closed by Tehran. Control over Mandeb  Strait is also important for tightening the noose around the  Iranians and in the scenario of a war with Iran. The same can be  argued about a US strategy in the Indian Ocean against the  Chinese.

      Back in 2011, when Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin  was serving in Brussels as Moscow’s envoy to NATO, he noted that  Washington was not only planning on taking over Syria as a  beachhead for a war with Iran, but that the US and its allies  would later try to control Yemen as the next step in preparing  the grounds  for an attack on Iran. At the time, RIA Novosti (now renamed  Sputnik) reported that “Rogozin agreed with the  opinion expressed by some experts that Syria and later Yemen  could be NATO’s last steps on the way to launch an attack on  Iran.”

    Why did Netanyahu warn US Congress about Yemen?

      Reports that Israel is a not-so-secret member of the Saudi-led  coalition that is bombing Yemen need to be read, understood,  analyzed in the above context about the Mandeb Strait too.  Netanyahu’s unspoken concern is that Yemen could cut off Israel’s  access to the Indian Ocean and, more specifically, its ability to  easily deploy its Dolphin class submarines to the Iranian coast  in the Persian Gulf.

    Who is threatening who? According to the Sunday Times and Israeli  sources,   three nuclear-armed Israeli submarines are deployed near  Iran’s shores at all times waiting on standby for orders from Tel  Aviv to bomb Iran. In part, this is why Israeli Prime Minister  Benjamin Netanyahu was ringing the alarm bells about Yemen  and the Mandeb Strait in the Washington Beltway when he went  to speak on Capitol Hill on March 4.

      Israel is concerned about Yemen because an independent Yemeni  government could inhibit Israel’s nuclear-armed submarines from  easily deploying from the Red Sea to the Persian Gulf to menace  Iran with the threat of an attack.

      Iran and the Houthis

      Just like the case with Ukraine, all the problems in Yemen are  also being blamed on a nearby country. While Russia has been  blamed as the scapegoat for the plethora of problems in Ukraine,  Iran has been blamed for the Saudi war on Yemen.

      The Saudis are falsely depicting the Houthis as Iranian proxies  or allies, because the movement is composed of Zaidi (Fiver)  Shiites. The Houthis, however, are independent from Tehran and  have agency as political actors; they are not Iranian proxies  whatsoever. A common faith has not brought the Houthis and the  Iranians, who are predominately Jaffari (Twelver) Shiites,  together. Politics is what has brought the two together.

      The sectarian language that falsely depicts Yemen as a  battleground between Shia Muslims and Sunni Muslims is ill  informed or intended to mislead people by design about the actual  politics and history of Yemen. This type of sectarian language  was never used when the House of Saud supported King Mohammed  Al-Badr’s Zaidi imamate against the republicans or Ali Abdullah  Saleh, who himself is a Zaidi Shiite, against the Houthis.

      Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah is very accurate  when he points out that different regional players are turning to  Tehran for help, because either Saudi Arabia will not help them  or is pushing them in the direction of Iran through its foolish  policies. This has been precisely the case for the Houthis. If it  was not for the flawed policies of the US and Saudi Arabia, the  Houthis would never have turned to Iran in the first place.

      The Houthis also sent delegations to Moscow and Beijing to  overcome US and Saudi efforts to isolate and weaken them  internationally.

      Will Yemen become Saudi Arabia’s Vietnam?

      Historically, foreign intervention in Yemen has largely proven to  be a disaster. Yemeni terrain is rugged and the elevated interior  topography is perfect for guerilla warfare. Gamal Abdel Nasser’s  Egypt lost many soldiers in North Yemen during its civil war,  which was a major liability for Cairo.

      When Ibn Saud was conquering Arabia, he was stopped in Yemen by  King Yahya.

      In more recent history times, when Saudi Arabia invaded Yemen to  fight the Houthis in 2009 and 2010, it was effectively defeated  again in Yemen. The Houthis even ended up capturing towns inside  Saudi Arabia.

      Ground operations will not be a walk in the park for Saudi  Arabia. Any invasion and occupation of Yemen will prove to be a  disaster for the Kingdom. There are also complex tribal links  between southern Saudi Arabia and Yemen. In the chaos a Pandora’s  Box could be ignited that would result in rebellions inside the  Kingdom itself.

      The House of Saud seems to be cognizant of the dangers. This may  be why it is pushing Pakistan and Egypt to send their troops.

      Someone should tell the House of Saud that according to the  Chinese general Sun Tzu, “The best war is the one that never  has to be fought.”

    Source: ‘War on Yemen: Where oil and geopolitics mix’ was originally published by RT on April 9, 2015.

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  • New Passenger Ship ‘M V Corals’ to Lakshadweep Launched

    Date: 2015.01.10 | Category: Boycott Etihad Airways, Boycott Etihad Flight, Chagos islands, Citigroup, M V Corals | Response: 0

     

    New Passenger Ship 'M V Corals' to Lakshadweep Launched

    New Passenger Ship ‘M V Corals’ to Lakshadweep Launched

    New Passenger Ship ‘M V Corals’ to Lakshadweep Launched
    January 10, 2015 Kochi, ‘Lakshadweep Forum News’

    Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Jairam Gadkari dedicated the ‘M V Corals’, a new stylish all weather passenger-cum-cargo vessel for Lakshadweep at a function held at Willingdon Island, Kochi on Friday.

    The Minister also commissioned the 300-metre-long newly constructed wharf built for handling Lakshadweep-bound vessels at the Port. Speaking at the function after dedicating the new passenger facility for the Lakshadweep, he said the NDA government is committed to the progress and development of the Lakshadweep Islands.

    M V Corals has a capacity to carry 400 passengers and cargo and has been built by Colombo Dockyard of Sri Lanka with Norway-based Global Maritime Brevik AS., a world renowned ship design company, at a cost of USD$ 29,260,000 (INR.182 crore). The vessel has 10 first class cabin berths, 40 second class berths and 350 bunks. All the passenger compartments are Centrally Air conditioned.

    The overall length of the vessel is 99.00 m; breadth mld – 17.00 m; depth – 9.20 m; and design Draft – 4.20 m. The ship will have top speed of 16 knots and will cover the distance between Cochin port and Lakshadweep overnight. The ship would be operated on the Kochi-Lakshadweep and interisland routes. MV Corals was ceremonially handed over by Colombo Dockyard Plc to Union Territories of Lakshadweep Administration on 28 October. The ship had its maiden trip between Cochin and Lakshadweep last week.

    According to Port trust, the dedicated wharf will not only make embarkation and disembarkation for passengers of Lakshadweep more convenient but will also add to overall capacity of Cochin Port to handle Passenger Ships. It was constructed by the Cochin Port, using Rs 37.52 crore allotted under the Plan fund for the Lakshadweep administration.

    Lakshadweep administrator Rajesh Prasad, who welcomed the gathering, said that ‘M V Lagoons’, the sister ship of ‘M V Corals’, presently under construction by the same company in Sri Lanka is expected to be inducted into service by next month. M V Lagoon is also belong to the the same class as that of M V Corals. Both the Vessel has been designed for the carriage of Passengers and general cargo, between Kochi and Lakshadweep Islands.

    “With these all-weather ships in service, along with the existing fleet, operating between Kochi and Lakshadweep, the Lakshadweep administration expects to put an end to the travelling woes of the islanders,” the administrator said.

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  • Unique is the case of ‘Judgment Creditor’; disgracefully the perpetrator is the ‘Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates’

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    Unique is the case of ‘Judgment Creditor’; disgracefully the perpetrator is the ‘Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates’ – White Paper
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    Unique is the case of 'Judgment Creditor'; disgracefully the perpetrator is the 'Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates'

    Unique is the case of ‘Judgment Creditor’; disgracefully the perpetrator is the ‘Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates’

    “Support the Judgment Creditor to strengthen the Integrity of the Judiciary and people’s confidence in our Justice System”. The Judgment Creditor, who obtained four consecutive Judgments against ‘Willful Defaulters’ is very unique in all respects. [White Paper released by ‘Jabir P’, the ‘Judgment Creditor’]

    The Judgment Creditor approached various ‘Institutions’ [a brief-list is given below] narrating his ‘traumatic experiences’ and a life of hardship in order to enforce the portfolio of Judgments from the Courts of Abu Dhabi, UAE. “If these ‘institutions’ are not worthy of their names and status, what is the relevance of their existence and how they could be classified worthy?”

    The Judgment Creditor is a survivor victim of the ‘cruelest torture’, unethical and inhuman treatments of Abu Dhabi executive branch. In the process, he was betrayed by the UAE Administration and the Government of India alike at every stage. He lost all precious things in life including his dignity, health and wealth.

    The adamant nature of the ‘Judgment Debtor’, the ‘Administration of UAE’, in not executing the Portfolios of Judgments of the Higher Courts of that very Country is cowardice, illegal and a threat and disgrace to the ‘Judicial System of the UAE’ and the entire law-abiding human community of the world. Appropriate action has to be initiated by the authorities concerned at this later stage to reach Justice to the Judgment Creditor.

    The Case of the Judgment Creditor

    The case of the Judgment Creditor, an Indian businessman and investor at Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., is a unique-one in all respects. It was a story of frightening, blatant violation of the ‘Law’ and the most shocking travesty of ‘Constitution’ of the United Arab Emirates to which the victim was exposed to. The investor was threatened of dire consequences if he did not agree to withdraw a civil suit that he brought against his Emirati business partner. The investor did not accede to the extortion threats of some corrupt local police officials of the Emirate. Due to the seriousness of the case, the Civil Court of Abu Dhabi was pleased to issue an Interim Decision and Order in favour of the investor.

    In total negation of the judicial order, the accused in collusion with the local police attacked the Judgment Creditor at his office; robbed of cash and valuables to force him to withdraw the lawsuit. He sought intervention from the police. The police did come, but instead of helping him, he was shackled and literally dragged out of the office and on through the street in the presence of known friends and bystanders.

    The Judgment Creditor had to undergo extremes of ‘cruel torture‘, inflicted permanent physical damage and humiliation from Abu Dhabi Police which no human being can withstand. He was confined to a detention center and brutally tortured and later taken to ‘Central Prison’. These painful incidents totally destroyed the life of the Judgment Creditor in all respects. The ‘Duty and Responsibility’ of the authority to protect a Judgment Creditor against the threats of violence was left unattended.

    It took six months thereafter, for the person to have his first appearance in Court. He was framed a false case, alleging “Using force against Government employee and assault”. The Trial Court of Abu Dhabi found that the victim is innocent, the case was wholly false, baseless and that it was fabricated by the police for personal gain. The Apex Court of Abu Dhabi found that the victim is innocent; rather ‘a martyr. The Court, comprising three-judge panel, praised the properness of the behavior and courage of victim. It further reiterated the condemnation of prosecution. The Court ordered immediate release of the victim, ‘restoration’ of victim’s dignity and compensation for all his losses while pronouncing a ‘Landmark Judgment’.

    Customarily, in UAE, the debtors will be jailed until they have paid their debt. But the debtor in this ‘Landmark Judgment’ is the State of UAE whose Ruler at the time was none other than the late Sheikh Zayed himself, the Emir of Abu Dhabi and absolute Ruler of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). To avoid honoring its moral obligations and assigned responsibilities, the UAE Administration served an arrogant, ‘Despotic Order of Deportation’ against the Judgment Creditor.

    The victim was then re-victimized in a manner that was extremely ‘libelous’ – by ‘false statements as if he was punished for a crime’ and deported back to India. The ‘Judgment Creditor’ was entitled to execution of the Judgments and levies the Police Department of Abu Dhabi, worth hundreds of million US Dollars as compensation to restore his life, his dignity and his ‘business establishments’.

    The illegal deportation of an established businessman from the country that caused a situation associated with great pain, loss of dignity, loss of his entire business institutions etc. Flouting the orders of a judicial body is totally destructive of the ‘Rules of Law’ and Norms internationally upheld for safeguarding ‘Human Rights’; defrauding the Judgment Creditor is a personal and vindictive action and thus the Executive of the State was committed the most heinous, bizarre, and unspeakable crime.

    The ‘legal fight for justice’ took in very many proceedings before the Supreme Court of India and the High Court of Delhi. The subject matter of his grave complaints were adjudicated by the major Courts in India as well, which concurrently found the multiple forms of crime taking place under the UAE Administration such as fraud, forgery, extortion, torture and many other offences and subsequently secured two more Judgments from the High Court of Delhi in the year of 1997 and 2007 respectively. Despite the directive of the Delhi High Court, the Government of India has not discharged its duties as indicated in the judicial orders.

    The anguish resultant from the deprivation of his establishments, assets and reputation earned exclusively through the untiring personal efforts of the Judgment Creditor for over 18 years of prime of his life, causes extreme mental depression which will virtually make his life only a vegetable existence. The UAE Government which owes huge debts to the Judgment Creditor by way of the non-execution of the Judgments of the Courts of Abu Dhabi in his favour, and for those unspeakable crimes committed against him, is also solely and exclusively responsible for the closure of “his various ‘business establishments’ in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates”.

    The victim, the Judgment Creditor, has one demand: The Government of India should consider taking the necessary steps to execute the Judgments passed by the higher Courts of Abu Dhabi through all means, including the International Court of Justice (ICJ), on behalf of the Judgment Creditor and punish the guilty that was caused ‘Multi-billion Dollars’ worth of damage to the Judgment Creditor in order to strengthening the “Integrity of the Judiciary and people’s confidence in our ‘Justice System”.

    The Judgment Creditor approached various ‘Institutions’ including the Government of India, the Higher Judiciary, the NHRC, respectable Ministers, Parliamentarians and even the ‘United Nations’ [a brief list is given below] for redressal narrating his traumatic experiences and a life of hardship of the Judgment Creditor, in order to enforce the portfolio of Judgments which he could secure from the Apex Court of Abu Dhabi on the basis of genuine facts and convincing evidences produced there in.

    “If these ‘institutions’ are not worthy of their names and status, what is the relevance of their existence and how they could be classified worthy?”

    Communications between the Judgment Creditor and the following Institutions:-

    1) Reminder to the Government of India in relation with the Representation – July 16, 2014
    http://www.legalcell.com/reminder-to-mea-india-gulf-division-july-16-2014.php

    2) A self-contained explanatory representation to the Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi 28 October, 2013
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/self-explanatory-representation-10-10-13-of-petitioner-ministry-of-external-affairs.html

    3) The second (important) reminder notice to the Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/second-important-reminder-ministry-of-external-affairs-india-10-june-2013.html

    4) Important Reminder Notice to the Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
    http://www.reparationlaw.com/statepractices/functions_diplomatic_missions_vienna_convention_uae_case.php

    5) Shri Salman Khurshid, Hon’ble Minister for External Affairs, Government of India
    http://www.reparationlaw.com/statepractices/indo_gulf_reparation_mechanisms_featured_responses.php

    6) Representation for ‘Indo-Gulf Reparation Mechanisms’ to the Government of India sheds light on the active involvement of the ‘petitioner’ in the process of getting justice and its far-reaching consequences – dated 28-10-2013
    http://www.reparationlaw.com/statepractices/representation_indo_gulf_reparation_mechanisms.php

    7) Preface by Mr. V.R. Krishna Iyer, Former Justice, Supreme Court of India
    http://www.reparationlaw.com/statepractices/preface_by_v_r_krishna_Iyer.php

    8) Covering Letter by Mr. K. Sukumaran, Former Justice of Kerala and Bombay High Courts
    http://www.reparationlaw.com/statepractices/covering_letter_by_justice_k_sukumaran.php

    9) In the High Court of Delhi Case No: WP(C) NO.6149/1998 Date of Judgment 19/09/2007
    http://www.reparationlaw.com/statepractices/jabir_vs_mea_india_19_09_2007_delhi_high_court.php

    10) Secretary to the Minister of State, Ministry of External Affairs: 25/06/1999
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/ministry_external_affairs_01.html

    11) Fax Message to UAE Ambassador, New Delhi, India 23/10/1999
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/fax_message_uae_ambassador_delhi_1999.html

    12) Non Resident Keralites’ Affairs (NORKA) Dept, Government of Kerala: 18/12/1999
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/norka_amitabh_kant_1999.html

    13) Amnesty International, Secretariat, London: 16/08/1999
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/amnesty_international.html

    14) The Minister of State, Foreign Affairs, UAE: 31/03/1999
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/letter_to_foreign_affairs_uae_1999.html

    15) NHRC To Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi: 25/06/1998
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/nhrc_to_ministry_home_affairs_new_delhi_1998.html

    16) Shri. I.K. Gujral, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha: 23/06/1998
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/ik_gujral_parliament_1998.html

    17) Ambassador of India, Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates: 21/09/1998
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/ambassador_of_india_abu_dhabi.html

    18) Shri. O.Rajagopal, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha: 19/06/1998
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/o_rajagopal_parliament_1998.html

    19) Smt. Vasundhara Raje, Minister of State for External Affairs: 16/06/1998
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/vasundhara_raje_minister_external_affairs_1998.html

    20) Prime Minister’s Office, New Delhi, India: 15/06/1998
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/prime_miniters_office_new_delhi_1998.html

    21) Secretary to the Minister of State, Ministry of External Affairs: 29/01/1998
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/ministry_external_affairs_new_delhi_1998.html

    22) Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer to National Human Rights Commission: 4/03/1997
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/justice_v_r_krishna_iyer_1997.html

    23) Centre for Human Rights, United Nations [U.N.], Geneve: 28/02/1997
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/united_nations_office_geneva_1997.html

    Appellate Civil/Criminal Jurisdiction, India & United Arab Emirates [UAE]

    24) In the High Court of Delhi Case No: WP(C) NO.6149/1998 Date of Judgement 19/09/2007
    http://www.reparationlaw.com/statepractices/jabir_vs_mea_india_19_09_2007_delhi_high_court.php

    25) In the High Court of Delhi, Appellate Civil Jurisdiction: 20/11/1997
    http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/document_high_court_india.html

    26) Key excerpts from the Judgment, Ministry of Justice, Abu Dhabi, UAE 1996
    http://www.judgmentforsale.com/excerpts_judgment_summary_abudhabi_uae.html

    27) Judgment in Arabic (Final, Legal Court of Appeal) of Ministry of Justice, Abu Dhabi, UAE
    http://www.uaeleaks.com/judgment_final_arabic.html

    28) Judgment in English (Final, Legal Court of Appeal) of Ministry of Justice, Abu Dhabi, UAE
    http://www.uaeleaks.com/judgment_english_translation_01.html


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  • ‘UAE behind airstrikes in Libya; a naked violation of Libyan sovereignty’

    Date: 2014.08.25 | Category: Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Coup Funding, Abu Dhabi’s Mercenaries, ADIA, Al-Jazeera, Authoritarianism, Bahrain, Blackwater Mercenaries, Boycott Etihad Airways, Boycott Etihad Flight, Democracy, Dictators, Egypt Coup Funding, Etihad Airways, Human Rights, Human Rights Watch, India & UAE, International Law, Investors sue UAE, Military Expenditure, Military Intervention, Other, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Sheikh Saif, Sovereign Wealth Fund, U.S. Mercenaries, United Arab Emirates, Violation of Sovereignty | Response: 0

    ‘UAE behind airstrikes in Libya; a naked violation of Libyan sovereignty’ August 25,2014 Reparation News

    Islamist fighters in the Libya Dawn coalition guarded the main airport in Tripoli, Libya

    Islamist fighters in the Libya Dawn coalition guarded the main airport in Tripoli, Libya.

    The U.S. officials confirmed that the United Arab Emirates’ jets secretly launched two attacks in seven days on the Islamists in Tripoli using bases in Egypt. The strikes failed to stop militias from Misrata and other cities, which operate under the banner Libya Dawn and include some Islamist groups, seizing the airport from Zintan, a UAE backed militia group, that had controlled it since 2011.

    The Egyptian and U.A.E. role in the strikes was first reported by the New York Times. “The United Arab Emirates has secretly carried out air strikes against militias in Libya using bases in Egypt. But the United States did not take part or provide any assistance in the bombing raids, two US officials said on Monday”. “The UAE carried out those strikes,” one of the officials told AFP news agency on condition of anonymity, confirming a report in the New York Times.

    The first air strikes took place a week ago, focusing on targets in Tripoli held by the Brotherhood-affiliated militias that signs pointed to the UAE said by American officials. But some officials found it hard to believe that the U.A.E. would risk a regional backlash.

    A second round was conducted south of the city early on Saturday targeting rocket launchers, military vehicles and a warehouse, according to the newspaper. Those strikes may have represented a bid to prevent the imminent capture of the Tripoli airport, but proved counterproductive, the militia forces later prevailed and seized control of it.

    The UAE provided warplanes, aerial refuelling planes and aviation crews to bomb Libya, while Cairo offered access to its air bases, the paper said.

    The Egyptian authorities have denied involvement, and there has been no direct comment from the UAE. Libya’s ambassador to the United Nations, Ibrahim Dabbashi, was sceptical about Egypt and UAE involvement. “I don’t believe it,” he told the Reuters news agency in New York.

    When asked about the air strikes, a Libyan cabinet minister expressed surprise at the reports of their provenance, and said that Libya did not want direct military intervention, reported the Guardian News.

    A joint statement signed by the governments of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States said that “outside interference in Libya exacerbates current divisions and undermines Libya’s democratic transition”.

    Resource Links:

    Photograph: Arab Nations Strike in Libya, Surprising U.S.

    Two US officials say United Arab Emirates carried out air raids against militias using bases in Egypt

    UAE and Egypt behind bombing raids against Libyan militias, say US officials – The Guardian

    Libya crisis: US ‘caught off-guard’ by air strikes

    UAE’s State-sponsored Terrorism & Funding for Coup in the Middle East

    Research & Reference Links:

    Reports on ‘Human Rights in the UAE’

    Promoting Human Rights Values in the Digital Age. Let’s Join

    The title, the ‘Judgment Debtor’ is reserved to describe the person who owes the ‘Judgment Creditor’ the amount (damages) stated in the criminal judgments and has not paid the debt. In common law in the UAE, the debtors will be jailed until they have paid their debt. Read CNN iReport “The Judgment Debtor, the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Former UAE President and Ruler of Abu Dhabi Emirate”

  • The worst cheating scandal of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

    Date: 2014.08.01 | Category: Abu Dhabi, ADIA, April, Arbitration, Authoritarianism, Boycott Etihad Airways, Boycott Etihad Flight, Citigroup, December, Delhi High Court, Dictators, Diplomatic Protection, Etihad Airways, February, Fraudulent Statements, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights, Human Rights Watch, India, India & UAE, Indian Diplomacy, Indo-Gulf Reparations, International Law, International Tourists, Investors duped, Investors sue UAE, January, Jet-Etihad Deal, Judgment Creditor, Judgment Debtor, Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer, Legacy of Torture in UAE, Migrant Workers, Mrs Justice Rose, Other, Overseas Indians’ Legal Cell, P.K. Jabir, Protests, punishment, Reparation Mechanisms, Sarah Leah Whitson, Saudi Arabia, September, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Sheikh Saif, UAE Judgments For Sale, United Arab Emirates, US Caselaw, Vienna Conventions | Response: 0

    Photograph: The Judgment Debtor, the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Former UAE President and Ruler of Abu Dhabi Emirate

    The Judgment Debtor, the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Former UAE President and Ruler of Abu Dhabi

    The worst cheating scandal of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
    August 01, 2014 Reparation Law News, New Delhi

    The Judgment Debtor, the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Former UAE President and Ruler of Abu Dhabi Emirate

    [The title, the ‘judgment debtor’ is reserved to describe the person who owes the judgment creditor the amount (damages) stated in the criminal judgments and has not paid the debt. In common law in the UAE, the debtors will be jailed until they have paid their debt.]

    The ‘Judgment Creditor’ was entitled to execution of the Judgments and levies the Police Department of Abu Dhabi, worth hundreds of million US Dollars as compensation to restore his life, his dignity and his business establishments.

    The debtor in the ‘UAE Court Judgments’, is the State of UAE whose Ruler at the time was none other than the late Sheikh Zayed himself, the Emir of Abu Dhabi and absolute Ruler of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It may be recalled that the Emir was blamed of having been instrumental in defrauding or cheating the Judgment Creditor to avoid honoring his moral obligations and assigned responsibilities.

    The Judgment Creditor is an Indian businessman and investor, who was deprived of his valuable rights guaranteed by FOUR successive Judgments (1 Civil & 3 Criminal Court Judgments) from the Legal Courts of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE); and TWO consecutive Judgments from the High Court of Delhi, after approaching the Supreme Court of India in October, 1996.

    The businessman was victimized by the officials of Abu Dhabi, UAE, and the subject matter of his grave complaints were adjudicated by the Courts in Abu Dhabi and Delhi which concurrently found the multiple forms of crime taking place under the wings of the ‘Ministry of Interior United Arab Emirates (UAE)’, such as fraud, forgery, extortion, torture and many other offences.

    Both the Courts in Abu Dhabi, the Court of First Instance and the Apex Court were fully satisfied with the highest standard of proof, beyond any doubt that the Police was guilty. The Court observed that all the pieces of evidence indicated the proper behavior of the victim and held that he is innocent; rather ‘a martyr’. The Apex Court comprised of three Judges passed a ‘Landmark Judgment’ in the history of UAE.

    The head of the State have a ‘constitutional duty’ to faithfully execute the judicial orders of the country. Any civilized Government is bound to implement the verdict of the judiciary, as that is the basic requirement of the Rule of Law. ‘Laws governing the international community’ do require compliance by the Executive Government, in full measure, with the verdict of the judiciary. This requirement of law was breached by the UAE Government. Instead of enforcing the judgments, the Judgment Creditor was expelled from the country by an arbitrary administrative action, resulting in total destruction of his life, his businesses and his profession.

    The administrative action of the UAE was totally illegal and arbitrary, as the Executive cannot override or overrule a decision of the very Courts of the country that ruled reparation to a victim; defrauding the judgment creditor is a personal and vindictive action; it is unofficial and illegal. The UAE Government owes huge debts to the creditor, solely and exclusively responsible for the closure of “his various ‘business establishments’ in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates”.

    The ‘legal fight for justice’ took in very many proceedings before the Supreme Court of India and the High Court of Delhi. Despite the directive of the Delhi High Court, the Government of India has not discharged its duties as indicated in the judicial order.

    The enforcement of UAE judgment that was delayed and denied for a long period of nearly two decades has to be satisfied without any further delay so that the ‘Judgment Debtor(s)’ could avoid unpleasant consequences that will follow. The creditor holds full power of the Foreign Courts as well as the Domestic Courts to support his claim and to take debtor’s property (lien) in the UAE, where the judgment is recorded, if the obligation is not discharged.

    The recent decision of the London High Court on ‘Harb v HRH Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz, Saudi Arabia has marked a turning point in the doctrine of ‘State Immunity’ of Foreign States. The landmark decision of Royal Courts of Justice, reaffirm the Rights of Judgment Creditor to pursue his enforcement efforts against the UAE debtors!

    The lawyers for Prince Abdul Aziz, the king’s son, argued he had “state immunity” and the court had no jurisdiction to try the claim of Mrs Harb, who was the “secret” Christian wife of the late King of Saudi Arabia. But the learned Judge of the London High Court, Mrs Justice Rose threw out the prince’s argument, opening the way for a full hearing of the case which risks embarrassing the House of Saud.

    Some important points of the judicial decision includes (a) the ‘personal immunity ceases when a head of state is no longer, for whatever reason, in office’ ; (b) the ‘head of a state enjoy immunity only in respect of their official acts whilst in office’ ; (c) a ‘successor regime is obliged to compensate the victim of state wrongs’. The Court also relied on Article 39 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations 1961. Under this provision, immunity ratione personae, personal immunity, for an ambassador lasts only while he or she is in office. [‘London High Court on ‘Harb v HRH Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz, Rose J, [2014] EWHC 1807 (Ch),09/06/2014′].

    The Government of India is duty bound to safeguard the interests of its citizen who was victimized by Abu Dhabi, UAE, the receiving state. But even after the lapse of nearly two decades, the Government of India has totally failed to help, implement judicial orders of the UAE and of Delhi High Court. These actions and omissions on the part of the Government is contrary to the ‘Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (VCCR) 1963’ particularly Article 5, enforced from 19-3-1967. A recent judgment of the Supreme Court which casts liability on a Government for the delay in the disposal of the complaints of a citizen, even when the delay is at the instance of a Legal authority or Tribunal.

    Endnotes:

    We intend to give wide coverage to the issue in public interest; to protect innocent people, of being exposed to the kinds of brutal, inhuman tortures (mental, physical and economic) and to safeguard the interests of UAE Judgment Creditors in future.

    The campaign includes ‘Selling the UAE Judgments’ and ‘Selling the Film Rights’, the rights to produce both a book and a movie based on the facts of ‘Unexecuted UAE Judgments’.

    Reference Links:

    Reminder Notice to the Government of India
    It is fervently hoped that the new Government will duly consider taking the necessary steps to execute the judgments through all means, including the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial body of the United Nations (UN), on behalf of the judgment creditor. …

    Reminder Notice: The Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi – July 16, 2014
    India’s ‘National Shame’: ‘The MEA & MOIA’
    Documents Archive: Jabir Case

    Features on ‘Human Rights in the UAE’

    Resource Links:

    UAE Judgments For Sale! – What does it mean?

    ’Judgment for sale’ is a campaign, primarily organized by voluntary member contributions. It’s a value added, investment campaign, aimed to expose the debtors who hide Judicial decisions, commit fraud or other heinous acts to avoid honoring their obligations. As a lawful owner of a legal Judgment, the winner has every right to offer his un-executed Judgments for sale or to make efforts to legally enforce and recover his assets and the inherent rights of individuals to dignity. (‘Read more at FAQ’)

    Court Judgments are not worthless piece of papers!

    When an issue arises, the aggrieved party files a suit, conduct the same through able counsel, present relevant documents and witnesses before the court and the case is heard at length. It is after a lengthy legal procedures that the Hon’ble Judges pronounce the judgment, giving due weight to every aspect of the case. The aggrieved party is greatly relieved on getting judgment in his favour. He is full of hope, relief and happy on winning the case. From the day next, he wait for the execution of the judgment and receiving benefits thereof.

    Together, let’s end Judgment Fraud in the UAE! (Read more at ‘How do I become a voluntary contributor?’)

    Photograph: Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, founder of UAE, the first President, also the Emir of Abu Dhabi’
    First Published: ‘CNN iREPORT’

    “Be you never so high, the law is above you,” as Dr. Thomas Fuller wrote in 1733

    It’s widely accepted principles of law, that an act or omission contrary to international law is “breach of an engagement” that triggers “an obligation to make reparation in an adequate form”. … JFS

     

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