Hamad bin Jassim said in his tweets: “What happened recently in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Sisterly, some officials of the previous US administration and one of the region’s countries had planned it for a long time, with the aim of replacing the current regime in Jordan under the leadership of King Abdullah II .. The main reason behind this failed attempt was King Abdullah’s standing against any normalization at the expense of the Palestinian cause or what has become It is called the ‘Abrahamic Covenant’, and that position was an obstacle to those plans … Is it not time for these adventures that weaken our region and make others underestimate us. ”
The main reason behind this failed attempt was King Abdullah’s stance against any normalization at the expense of the Palestinian cause, or what has come to be called the “Abrahamic Covenant,” and that position was an obstacle to those plans. Is it not time for these adventures that weaken our region and make others look down on us?
He added, “Jordan’s stability is mainly important to the Cooperation Council, and the stability of governance therein, and even supporting it is a duty because we need more stability and credibility in our region to serve our interests, as I mentioned in my previous tweet.”
His Majesty King Abdullah II, His Highness Prince Al-Hussein bin Abdullah II, Crown Prince, and their highness princes Al-Hassan bin Talal, Faisal bin Al Hussein, Ali bin Al Hussein, Hamza bin Al Hussein, Hashim bin Al Hussein, Talal bin Muhammad, Ghazi bin Muhammad, and Rashid bin Al Hassan read Al Fatiha On the soul of the late His Majesty King Talal https://t.co/D5GBb48F3v
Hamad bin Jassim’s tweets came on the same day that the Jordanian Royal Court published pictures of the Jordanian monarch, King Abdullah II, accompanied by his half-brother, Prince Hamzah bin Al-HusseinSince the recent events, the sons of King Hussein and his brother, Prince Hassan bin Talal, and other princes of the royal family, in addition to the Crown Prince, Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II, visited the “martyr’s memorial”, Sunday, on the centenary of the founding of the Jordanian state.
The following is a review of what activists have circulated about the tweets of Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim:
Hamad bin Jassim tries to ignite another sedition through malicious tweets, whispering, wiggling, and distributing accusations to keep the suspicion away from the Qatar regime, trying to strike from under the belt. The most oppressed person from the failure of the coup operation is Bin Jabr. May God protect Jordan from the evils of Hamdeen, and we trust in the ability of the King of Jordan to endure any temptation.