DUBAI MUM'S VICTORY- DOUBLE EXCLUSIVE NEWSPAPER STORY- AUGUST 2009

This good news story tells how the British mum jailed for adultery in Dubai has won access to see her children.

Throughout this year we have been helping Marnie Pearce to raise the profile of her case in which she wasrefused access to her two sons.


Marnie feared she would never see her two sons again after losing custody of them and our publicist Jonathan Hartley has helped her to raise the funds to help win them back.


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VICTORY FOR MARNIE


Marnie Pearce, the mum who served three months in a Dubai jail for adultery, has won the right to see her children again.

In a victory for her long-running campaign for Marnie, a court in the Arab state has decided she can have access twice a week to sons Ziad, eight, and five-year-old Laith.

She was jailed in February when ex-husband Ihab El-Labban framed her for adultery after she discovered HE was having an affair.

And Marnie, 40, was told she would be deported on her release meaning she would never see her boys again.

But following our campaign, backed by Amnesty International, she was allowed to stay in Dubai and launch a fight to see her children.

Yesterday Marnie, who has not seen Ziad and Laith for six months, said: "I'm delighted I can see the boys again. It has been a long, long battle.

"I just want to hug them and never let them go. I have been to the sweetshop and bought the biggest bag of pick 'n' mix. I'm planning to take them swimming and to the park.

"Being free and not able to see the children was worse than being in jail. I can't wait to hold them again."

Marnie will be allowed to see her sons, who live with their Egyptian father, for one full day plus an additional two hours on another day each week. She is also now trying to get on with her ex-husband for the sake of the children. But she cannot have them for overnight stays.



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