The Crown Prince of Jordan publishes a picture with his father and says: (The burden on him was not easy) | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


The Crown Prince of Jordan, Prince Al-Hussein bin Abdullah, described the pregnancy that his father, the Jordanian monarch, has had since assuming the throne, as not easy.

This came on the occasion of Jordanians celebrating Wednesday the 22nd royal sitting day, which coincides with the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Jordanian state.

The Crown Prince of Jordan with his father, King Abdullah II

Jordan’s Crown Prince Al Hussein posted a picture with his father, King Abdullah II, on Instagram.

The Crown Prince of Jordan commented on the photo, saying: “The burden that he has had, since assuming the throne, has not been easy, so he was the best leader who carried the banner of ancestors and preserved it, a father to all Jordanians. This is what I witnessed and witness every day. May God protect you, our master.”

Royal Sitting Feast

On the ninth of June 1999, King Abdullah II ascended the throne of the Kingdom of Jordan.

On the twenty-second royal sitting day, the single Jordanian family is looking forward to more giving and giving, by achieving self-reliance to face challenges and strive to overcome them, according to Al-Mamlaka channel.

This occasion comes under exceptional and emergency circumstances that have swept the whole world since the beginning of last year, as various countries of the world faced the Corona pandemic.

According to the channel, since assuming the throne of the kingdom, the king has continued the path of his father, King Hussein bin Talal, who vowed in a speech to the Prime Time Zone on February 4, 1962, after his birth, to his one Jordanian family and his great Arab nation.

King Abdullah II reveals a plot to weaken Jordan

Jordan’s King Abdullah II revealed, during his meeting with political figures at Al Husseiniya Palace, on Tuesday, what he described as a conspiracy that was being hatched to weaken the state and the Palestinian cause, and it was confronted.

This came during King Abdullah’s response to an intervention by one of the attendees, who said that “there was a conspiracy that was being hatched to weaken the Jordanian state and the Palestinian cause, but we were able to confront it.”

Abdullah II pointed out that there are continuous contacts with brotherly and European countries, in addition to the United States of America, to push for a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue.

In addition, the King affirmed that Jordan’s success lies in having everyone sit at the dialogue table to work for the interest of the country, regardless of the difference in trends.

He pointed out that the doors are open to all proposals and different viewpoints in the reform process, on the basis of mutual respect, frankness and seriousness, with the aim of Jordan’s interest.

King Abdullah II also stressed that it is everyone’s duty to work to preserve the parliament’s confidence and its image and reputation among Jordanians.

Abdullah II stressed the importance of linking the modernization of the political system to public administration reform and economic development, as an integrated process based on the rule of law.

King Abdullah calls for defining the goal of the political reform process

In his speech, the Jordanian monarch called for the necessity of defining the final goal of the political reform process, and building a comprehensive plan to reach this goal, noting that this process is not linked to one law alone.

He pointed out that the discussion papers are a starting point for dialogue on the reform process.

The King of Jordan also stressed that achieving the desired economic reforms requires working to attract and encourage investments to reduce poverty and unemployment.

With regard to the Palestinian issue, the King of Jordan stressed Jordan’s firm and clear stance towards it, and its continuation in providing all forms of support and assistance to the Palestinian brothers.

The King of Jordan reiterated Jordan’s pivotal role in protecting Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, based on the Hashemite guardianship over them.

The meeting also dealt with a number of local, regional and international issues.

“Our man, Prince Hamzah, is ready, so are you ready?”

The Observer newspaper had revealed new details about the failed coup in Jordan, noting that the wiretapped phone calls provided more light on the coup attempt by Prince Hamzah bin Al Hussein, the half-brother of Jordan’s King Abdullah II.

The writers, “Martin Shuloff and Michael Safi,” explained that the phone calls and wiretaps indicate that aides to Prince Hamzah tried to obtain on his behalf a pledge of allegiance from clan leaders and former military officers weeks before he was placed under house arrest.

The newspaper pointed out that the audio recordings are the government’s main evidence against the two men who are facing trial as agents of Prince Hamzah in the failed attempt to overthrow his brother from the Hashemite throne.

Password “Allegiance”

The newspaper, which heard the calls, believes that they took place over a period of three weeks, during which time officials say that Prince Hamzah tried to mobilize his supporters and mobilize symbols to transfer what officials described as “disobedience / sedition” to the stage of a serious challenge to King Abdullah’s rule.

In the calls, the word “pledge of allegiance” resonated, which alarmed intelligence officials who began to wiretap Prince Hamzah and his aides, which led to what the two correspondents see as a Jordanian game of throne, which put the king and his brother on the side of the opposition, with the help of Prince Hamzah’s aides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

American warning

The Guardian newspaper had revealed the US warning in a March phone call to Jordan’s General Intelligence about the alleged coup attempt.

At the same time, a copy of the US report was presented to King Abdullah II, which was excluded from the plans of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to reshape the Middle East during the turbulent years of the Trump administration.

The American warning came after Sharif Hassan bin Zaid’s talk with an American diplomat, who felt a sense of support for the accession of former Crown Prince Hamzah to power.

At the same time, the Mukhabarat intercepted a number of phone calls that were looking for mobilization and loyalty to Hamza.

In a call from an aide, he was heard saying: “Our man has decided to move. Are you ready to pledge allegiance?”

A listening device was installed during a meeting of a number of tribal leaders in northern Jordan, where the participants discussed how to organize support for Hamza.

Civilian meetings were identified with 15 leaders and seven military officers.

The case of Jordanian officials against Prince Hamzah, who is still under house arrest, is that he tried to act against his brother Abdullah, who removed him from the mandate of the covenant in 2004, and appointed his son, Prince Hussein bin Abdullah, in his stead.

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