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And when Natasha Aliyeva was told to take an orange juice to Sheik Saeed bin Maktoum al Maktoum in the £450-a-night presidential suite of the Hotel Minsk, just over a month ago, she could never have imagined how her life was about to change for ever.
Scroll down for more The 30-year-old prince is the son of a former ruler of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates and has an estimated £8 billion fortune.
They wave the Bahraini flag at the Independence Day celebrations, and she has applied for them to have Bahraini nationality several times since her relationship with their father soured.
The mother of two, who is in her thirties, has recently increased her efforts to persuade the state to accept her children's application.
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In fact, the security forces are staffed by Sunnis from Syria and Pakistan who also get fast-tracked to Bahraini citizenship, much to the displeasure of the indigenous Shiite population." According to the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights, while the Shiites exceeds 70% of the population, "they occupy less than 18% of total top jobs in government establishments.
Her problem is not only with the state, the mother of two said: “Bahraini society looks down on me and my children, and some people try to take advantage of us.” Bahraini nationality for her children, Hussain, 21, and 18-year-old Latifa.
Their father has lived in Bahrain since they married, and has a Bahraini mother.
To justify the law MP Nasser Fadhala, a close ally of the government said "bachelors also use these houses to make alcohol, run prostitute rings or to rape children and housemaids".
Sadiq Rahma, technical committee head, who is a member of Al Wefaq said: "The rules we are drawing up are designed to protect the rights of both the families and the Asian bachelors (..) these labourers often have habits which are difficult for families living nearby to tolerate (..) they come out of their homes half dressed, brew alcohol illegally in their homes, use prostitutes and make the neighbourhood dirty (..) these are poor people who often live in groups of 50 or more, crammed into one house or apartment," said Mr Rahma.