The sheik himself, after reading it, personally wrote an answer in which he admired his courage.
Jessica Fitzjohn’s family lived in the United Arab Emirates for a long time. But in March of this year, the woman had to urgently fly to the UK – her father died. Only now, having seen off a loved one on her last journey, she was no longer able to return home.
The coronavirus pandemic began to gain momentum, and one by one, countries began to close their borders. At home, the girl left her 7-year-old son Archie and her husband, who believed that they would soon be able to see and hug Jessica again.
But time passed, and the situation did not change. And then Archie, who misses his mother very much, decided to take matters into his own hands. A great idea came to his mind: he decided to write a letter asking for help from Sheikh Saud ibn Saqr al-Qasimi.
The boy, as best he could portray his mother and wrote that he had not seen her for 52 whole days. How the letter fell into the hands of the sheik is unknown, but it is a real miracle. After all, the sheik himself, after reading it, personally wrote an answer in which he admired his courage of Archie.
But 64-year-old Saud ibn Saqr al-Qasimi not only gave the answer but also signed permission to return Jessica home. Now the family is together again, and even two weeks of observation will not overshadow this joyful event.