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'UAE Case' Information and Documents

Amidst the shadows of the UAE Case, a trove of letters, weaving a web of deceit and irresponsible Indian politicians/diplomats has'surfaced!'

24th Year of Gross Exploitation of Huge Wealth...!

A Fugitive Offender, the De facto Head of Abu Dhabi, UAE, you have the Sword of Damocles hanging over your head at every moment! ...'24th Year'

Chase The Trails Of 25-Year ‘UAE Fugitive...!

Mohammed Bin Zayed, Head of the UAE Federation, Is a 'Fugitive From Law', despite a series of UAE and India Judicial Decisions!...'25th Year'

'Crowdfunding Strategy To Enforce UAE Judgments!

The Highest Level of Warning against the De facto Head of Abu Dhabi, UAE, who is hiding behind the doctrine of State Sovereignty!...'Brochure'


Abu Dhabi, a city of dazzling contrasts, showcases the dichotomy between its outward allure and internal complexities. On one hand, it presents itself as a beacon of modernity and luxury, powered by its oil wealth. The city boasts breathtaking skyscrapers, luxurious amenities, and ambitious infrastructure projects, positioning itself as a vibrant hub for culture and business on the global stage. It strives to captivate tourists and investors alike with its sparkling facade.

However, a closer examination reveals a different aspect of Abu Dhabi, one that is less visible but equally significant. Despite its architectural marvels and initiatives aimed at promoting religious tolerance and inclusivity—exemplified by landmarks such as the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the Abrahamic Family House, and the new BAPS Hindu Mandir—the city grapples with serious concerns regarding human rights. Beneath its glamorous surface, there are issues of labour exploitation, restrictions on personal freedoms, and instances of opaque legal proceedings that cast a shadow on its shiny exterior.  

The governance of Abu Dhabi exerts a strong influence over the judiciary, restricting legal safeguards even for foreign investors, thereby raising questions about the real price of its advancements and the implications of remaining silent on these matters. A notable case involves a UAE investor of Indian origin who, despite winning a series of legal battles, found the verdicts rendered ineffective due to interventions by Mohamed bin Zayed, the country's de facto ruler and now President.

This "investor" faced accusations, contempt of court, asset embezzlement, and illegal deportation, highlighting the risks faced by investors under the current leadership and underscoring the critical need for international awareness and dialogue about the challenges within Abu Dhabi. Presently, this investor is uniquely positioned as the only individual internationally to contest the UAE's governance with valid court judgments from the UAE itself. This narrative serves as a cautionary tale, urging a deeper reflection on the city's dual identity and the essential conversation on its path forward. Read more at: "INVEST IN ABU DHABI DOMAINS: SEE THE OPPORTUNITY, UNDERSTAND THE CHALLENGE!".

Uniting Jurisdictions, Upholding Rights: Participate in the UAE-India Judgments Enforcement Campaigns!

A BETTER UAE STARTS WITH ACCOUNTABILITY: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a nation that has been subjected to treacherous and deceitful governance by certain individuals who have been entrusted with the administration of the country. These offenders have engaged in illegal activities such as armed looting and embezzlement, which has had a detrimental impact on the prosperity of the nation and its people.

Despite the challenges, there have been individuals who have stood up against these injustices and fought tirelessly to bring the perpetrators to justice. The author (Jabir Org) of this message is one such person who has won various legal battles against these offenders and seeks your support in enforcing the court's decisions. Read more at Empowering Legal Integrity: Witness the UAE-India Judgment Enforcement Campaigns Across the World!.


Malayalam movie actors Mammootty and Mohanlal have received the UAE's golden visa recently. They both thanked Lulu Group MD, Yusuffali MA, a prominent UAE lobbyist, for his efforts in facilitating the honour.


The principle of 'caveat emptor' is not designed to shield sellers, agents, brokers or influencers, who engage in 'Fraud or Bad Faith' dealing by making 'False or Misleading Representations' about the quality or condition of a particular product. When a sale is subject to this warning the purchaser must examine, judge, and test a product considered for purchase himself or herself. The doctrine of caveat emptor explains all sales are final and nothing is guaranteed. Read full text: UAE's Golden Visa Marketing & Caveat Emptor, a Latin Phrase, that means "Let The Buyer Beware"

Abu Dhabi, UAE Exposed!

Breaking Barriers for Justice: Engage with the UAE-India Judgments Enforcement Campaigns: Failure to enforce a judgment debt weakens trust in the judicial system and the rule of law, implying that court orders are optional and denying the creditor rightful justice. While civilized societies have effective mechanisms for enforcing such debts, in places like the United Arab Emirates (UAE), this process can pose life-threatening risks for foreign nationals (India UAE).

Our campaign sheds light on a troubling case involving Mohamed bin Zayed, known as the "UAE Debtor, the President" who has evaded responsibility for more than 27 years despite facing multiple court judgments against him. Read more at Empowering Legal Integrity: Witness the UAE-India Judgment Enforcement Campaigns Across the World!.


What's Reparation Law?

The various forms of reparation law and their scope and content, covering both monetary and non-monetary reparations, may be summarized in its five forms consists restitution, compensation, rehabilitation, satisfaction and guarantees of non-repetition. Reparation shall render justice by removing or redressing the consequences of the wrongful acts and by preventing and deterring violations.

The right to a remedy and reparation(1) for the breach of human rights is a fundamental principle of international law recognized in numerous treaty texts and affirmed by a range of national and international courts. The larger part of the Principles and Guidelines, with strong domestic law implications, sets out the status and the rights of victims, and corresponds to the title of the document as it refers to the right of victims to a remedy and reparation (in particular principles 11-23).

A core component of the Principles and Guidelines, denoting a broad range of material and symbolic means to afford reparation to victims, is laid out in the principles describing the various forms of reparation. They were formulated with the Articles on State Responsibility of the International Law Commission in mind.

The five forms of reparations are explained here below namely (1) restitution, (2) compensation, (3) rehabilitation, (4) satisfaction and (5) guarantees of non-repetition.

Restitution(2)  refers to measures which “restore the victim to the original situation before the gross violations of international human rights law and serious violations of international humanitarian law occurred” (principle 19). Examples of restitution include: restoration of liberty, enjoyment of human rights, identity, family life and citizenship, return to one’s place of residence, restoration of employment and return of property. Full Text: ‘Reparation Law, UAE Human Rights Law, UAE Reparation Rule Violations'.


INVEST IN REPARATION LAW: ‘INVEST IN INDIA-UAE JUSTICE FRAMEWORK AND REPARATIONS'. Human Rights are the foundation of freedom, justice, and peace, and are the basic standards without which people cannot live a life of dignity. Discrimination is abuse that prevents people from enjoying their basic human rights and thus undermining the very concept of a universal right.

The ‘International Law' is fairly clear that the governments have a duty of ratifying human rights treaties and mechanisms, focused on the recognition of victims’ rights and dignity; their protection and promotion is the first responsibility of States, in doing so, commit to meeting certain human rights obligations of the states.

Unlike all other regions, the establishment of regional inter-governmental Human Rights mechanisms, to date, a mechanism to enable individuals to seek redress, has not been created between India and its neighbouring countries. Full Text: ‘Indo-Gulf Reparation Mechanisms Timeline' Highlighting Submissions & Responses, Government of India.

Jabir Vs Mohammed bin Zayed, UAE Investor, UAE Real Estate, UAE Business, Abu Dhabi.



Global Campaign to Expose the 'UAE Fugitive' Who Runs Away from Law for the last 27 Years! - "Reward of up to $10,000,000.00"


"In this instance, the UAE Prince, labeled as the Judgment Debtor, has evaded legal obligations by pillaging assets, disregarding valid Court rulings, engaging in fraudulent activities, and committing egregious crimes. For more than 27 years, he has absconded with assets worth over $100 million belonging to an Indian-origin UAE Investor through deceit, thwarting six separate judgments from UAE and Indian Courts. Explore the astonishing narrative that includes a peculiar turn involving police extortion in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Earn a Reward of up to $10 Million USD for Information Leading to the Arrest or Conviction of Mohammed, Prince of Abu Dhabi (Now the President of United Arab Emirates)". ... "Join the Global Initiative to Expose the 'UAE Fugitive' Evading Justice for 27 Years! - Reward Offered: Up to $10,000,000.00"

UAE Minister of Tolerance in ‘Sex Assault’ on Hay Festival Worker


"A British woman, 32-year-old Caitlin McNamara, alleges she was the victim of a serious sexual assault by senior Emirati royal Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, 69, the minister of tolerance in the UAE cabinet and a member of Abu Dhabi’s ruling family while working on the launch of the Hay literary festival in Abu Dhabi. Hay Festival chair Caroline Michel responded by saying that it would not hold another Abu Dhabi festival until Sheikh Nahyan was removed from office". ... "Serious sexual assault by senior Emirati royal Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, the minister of tolerance, UAE"




"Marking the 20th Anniversary of the 'Abu Dhabi Police-Looting' in Abu Dhabi, UAE".
"Shop burgled by policeman and his companion Emirati landlord, US$.4m worth money and valuables looted!" Regrettably, the 'Perpetrator' of this 'Heinous Crime' was the 'Executive Branch of Abu Dhabi', whose Ruler at the time was none other than the late 'Sheikh Zayed', the Emir of Abu Dhabi and absolute Ruler of the UAE; and the 'United Nations' has an obligation to act. ... "Statement on the Occasion of the '20th Anniversary of Abu Dhabi Police-Looting, UAE"


'Let’s Join; Tell Your Friends To Support Justice In The UAE'

Like Us | Follow Us: "Alliance Judgment Recovery Networks" is the best 'Social Impact Investment Model for Justice''. Don't let fraudsters remain in the shadows - Expose & Protest! 'Tell Your Friends To Support Justice In The UAE'... "Alliance Judgment Recovery Networks"

Demanding Justice, Truth and Court-ordered reparations

Mindful, in particular, that a judgment debt is hanging over the Abu Dhabi Emirate, United Arab Emirates. The Judgment is binding and enforceable by the court of Abu Dhabi from where the ruling came from. The Judgment debt of Abu Dhabi, can be eliminated or satisfied by the enforcement of judgments and legal remedies... How to buy a Judgment? Promotional Campaigns Worldwide

The Judgment Marketplace

The Judgment of the Apex Court of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, is remarkable in every sense. The Judgment of the final court of appeal is a great example of the importance of honouring and respecting Human Dignity. Unfortunately, the Judgment which was awarded to an Indian businessman, as early as 19-05-1996 is still pending execution... Read More

Invest In Justice - What does it mean?

This is one of our value added, unique business strategy to satisfy legal judgments, to recover his or her rights from the debtors specified in a Judgment. As a lawful owner of a legal Judgment, the victim has the right to offer his Judgment for sale or to make efforts to legally enforce and recover his assets and the inherent rights of individuals to dignity... Link to the FAQ

Reparations - Law Resources

During the many years I worked for justice and the realisation of human rights around the world, I have seen that both the failure to combat impunity and the denial of justice only served to encourage further serious violations. ... "Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights"...Read More

Responsibility of States

Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts marks a major step in the codification and progressive development of international law. The topic attributing conduct to the State; defining when there has been a breach of international law and the excuses or justifications for breaches; reparation for injustices, the invocation of responsibility, especially standing of States in the public interest, and the rules relating to countermeasures...Read More

Selling Court awarded Judgments

‘Judgment For Sale’ (JFS) is a prospective Internet-based DPO candidate (Direct Public Offerings) who want to raise capital for Social Justice. Join us and explore our unique business strategy to satisfy legal judgments. The investors may convert their contributions into stock (Equity investments) gives them an opportunity to gain from a rise in the share price...Read More

A ‘Legal Cell’ to help torture victims of United Arab Emirates [UAE] - December, 1996

The 'Judgment Creditor' initiated a 'legal cell' in December, 1996 attempting to help torture victims of United Arab Emirates (UAE). Time and again, the organization have received thousands of grievances from migrant workers and members of their families with desperate measures verging on a state of crisis or hopelessness. Different learning platforms and online publications were developed to create awareness and to end the human rights abuses as well as violations of the laws under the authoritarian regime of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates...‘Read Publications’


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


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The EU must be congratulated for its bold move

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UAE statement before the General Debate of the 67th session of the UN

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