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Official podcast of Detained in Dubai, with Radha Stirling

Gulf in Justice Detained in Dubai

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Official podcast of Detained in Dubai, with Radha Stirling

    Radha Stirling talks Prime Minister Imran Khan with his closest advisor, Mr Zulfi Bujhari

    Radha Stirling talks Prime Minister Imran Khan with his closest advisor, Mr Zulfi Bujhari

    Gulf in Justice host, Radha Stirling, interviews Mr Zulfi Bujhari, special advisor to Prime Minister Imran Khan, the “most popular PM in Pakistan’s history”.

    Mr Bujhari explains what led to the ousting and subsequent persecution of PM Khan and his entire party, their families and allies.

    Mr Buhhari fought to have a wrongful Interpol Red Notice against him removed.  He hopes that the higher legal courts in Pakistan will ultimately exonerate Mr Khan of the “falsified” legal cases against him in what is clearly a shocking example of the weaponization of a legal system against their political opponent, the democratically elected Imran Khan.

    Bujhari says ousting the most popular Prime Minister has set the country back decades, and the international community and allies could have done more to influence justice and fairness in his country.

    • 37 min
    Dean Mackin interviews Radha Stirling - Women and torture in the Gulf

    Dean Mackin interviews Radha Stirling - Women and torture in the Gulf

    DEAN MACKIN, TNT: Radha Stirling discusses, what British Tourists - especially what women need to know before traveling to Dubai and The Tierra Allan Arrest and the torture and detention of Albert Douglas.

    Radha Stirling is a leading human rights advocate, crisis manager and policy consultant, focusing on the UAE and the wider Middle East. She is the founder and CEO of British based organisation Detained in Dubai (which have helped almost twenty thousand victims of injustice over the past 15+ years), Due Process International and IPEX (Interpol and Extradition) Reform. Stirling also hosts the Gulf in Justice Podcast. http://www.radhastirling.com/

    • 14 min
    Apprentice Star's Dubai Hell - Selina Waterman-Smith

    Apprentice Star's Dubai Hell - Selina Waterman-Smith

    Apprentice star Selina Waterman-Smith's Dubai nightmare - Selina was gang raped in Dubai and has been suffering at the hands of a conman

    The 39 year old entrepreneur and Apprentice star has been living in “glamorous” downtown Dubai where she founded a food delivery company and expanded her events company, but living life in the sun has been somewhat of a rollercoaster. After surviving her abduction and gang rape in Dubai, Selina is now travel banned and has to pay £30,000 to her South African “stalker”. Her experience does not support the narrative that the UAE is the “second safest country in the world” and we have to assume it's the Emirates government providing the data to ranking analysts.

    Talking to Selina, Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai, says “it is clear that Selina is going through an extremely tough time. She’s a determined and vibrant woman but what she’s had to deal with is going to cause anyone sleepless nights, stress and PTSD. She’s keeping her head up and is determined to fight for justice”.

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    • 49 min
    Stirling lets client know his Qatar Interpol Red Notice has been deleted

    Stirling lets client know his Qatar Interpol Red Notice has been deleted

    This week, the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) removed the name of a British entrepreneur from its Red Notice database, after a successful appeal was launched by IPEX Reform against his wrongful listing.Radha Stirling, founder and CEO of IPEX Reform and Detained in Dubai, said in a statement about the case, “Our client’s removal from Interpol is a great relief for him and his family after the almost decade-long ordeal they suffered because of corruption in Qatar.

    • 10 min
    UK media’s unethical promotion of Dubai property market

    UK media’s unethical promotion of Dubai property market

    “At this point, UK citizens who lose their money in the Dubai property market could not be blamed for holding British media outlets accountable, ethically if not legally,” says an exasperated Radha Stirling, founder and CEO of Detained in Dubai. She is reacting to the latest article in the UK press touting the UAE as a smart place to invest. “It is truly appalling that these promotional stories never include information about the huge risks involved in Dubai real estate, not to mention the overall dangers foreign nationals face in the UAE.

    • 5 min
    Iran-Saudi Arabia deal a dangerous sign of Western retreat

    Iran-Saudi Arabia deal a dangerous sign of Western retreat

    We can applaud the Iran-Saudi agreement as an historic turning point in the region, but what we will be hailing, if we are being honest, is the retreat of Western influence in the Middle East, and that is more ominous than inspiring. https://www.detainedindubai.org/post/iran-saudi-arabia-deal-a-dangerous-sign-of-western-retreat-by-radha-stirling

    • 5 min

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