The Prince of Dubai is dead at only 33 years old, but new information indicates his death was not from a heart attack as original reports stated. New reports claim that the Prince was killed in an attack in Yemen by terrorists. These new reports are coming from the various news outlets from around the UAE. They convey that the eldest son of the ruler of Dubai was killed in the Yemeni revolutionary forces’ attack in Ma’rib province.
The false report that the Prince of Dubai died of a heart attack was orchestrated to deceive the Emirate people who have been demanding withdrawal of the UAE troops from Yemen. According to Fars News on September 21, “The Arab-language al-Ain news website, meantime, quoted people close to Ansarullah as confirming that Sheikh Rashid has been killed in Ma’rib.”
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum was a popular figure in Dubai and his death has stunned the nation. The young Prince was not the only UAE death coming out of that attack by the Yemeni forces. He was killed alongside a number of UAE forces, according to the ABNA. 24 News. While he was the oldest son of Dubai’s ruler, it is his younger brother who is the Crown Prince of Dubai.
The original report that the Prince of Dubai’s cause of death was a heart attack was very vague. Coming from this extremely wealthy family he would have access to some of the top doctors in the world and many people commented that they didn’t buy the “heart attack” as a cause of death for the prince.
Skeptics popped up almost immediately when it was learned the Prince succumbed to a heart attack. Many thought there was much more to the story. Now the news coming from that area of the world indicates that this was the case, there was much more to the story!
According to Hello News, even though this Prince was the eldest, he wasn’t chosen by his father as the heir to the thrown, his younger brother was named the Crown Prince back in 2008. Still Sheikh Rashid was well known, mainly for his athletic abilities. He attended Sandhurst Military School in the U.K., which is the same military school that Prince William and Prince Harry attended.
The AhlulBayt News aka ABNA 24 reports:
“Son of the Prime Minister and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, has been killed in the Yemeni revolutionary forces’ attack in Ma’rib province, informed sources announced, rejecting claims that Sheikh Rashid has died of heart attack.”