January 28, 2023

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Reports of a plot at the Jordanian palace – Prince Hamza under house arrest

It seems to be buzzing in the Jordanian royal family. Two employees have been arrested and are reported to have been further arrested following the conspiracy. In the center: Prince Hamza.

In Jordan According to a statement “Washington Post“Nearly 20 people have been arrested in connection with the plot against Abdullah II. In addition, Prince Hamza bin Hussein – the king’s half-brother – has been asked to enter his palace as part of a” complicated and remote “investigation. அம்மான் Do not leave.

The newspaper reported on Saturday, citing a high-ranking government official in the Middle East who was aware of the case. Initially there was no official confirmation about this.

The Petra State Agency said two high-ranking officials were arrested “for security reasons”: former head of the state court Basim Adalla and member of the royal family Hassan bin Zayed. Other suspects were also arrested as part of the investigation. Petra also reported, citing unnamed, “well-known evidence” that Prince Hamza had not been arrested or placed under house arrest.

On the other hand, there is a report from the BBC in which the video of the crown prince was leaked. In it he talks about being placed under house arrest. The army chief came to him and told him not to meet anyone else. He was not allowed to post messages on Twitter and the internet and phone were disconnected. Last chance to talk video. In the video, he sharply criticized the Jordanian government and the corruption there.

Hamza bin Hussein, 41, was the Crown Prince of Jordan from 1999 to 2004. King Abdullah II deposed him as heir to the throne, paving the way for his eight-year-old son that day. He wanted to free Prince Hamza from the “obstacles” of his position in order to give him other options, it was said at the time.

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In a statement late on Saturday, Chief Minister Jusib al-Hunayti called on Prince Hamza to refrain from any actions that could jeopardize the stability of the kingdom. Prince “must end actions and measures aimed at Jordan’s security and stability”. The request was made after “extensive investigations by security officials”. Al-Hunayti also denied that Prince Hamza had been placed under house arrest.

Unconfirmed reports have also arrested Yasser Majali, the office manager of Prince Hamza. His daughter-in-law Pasma wrote on Twitter that Majali was taken to an undisclosed location after a test.