Today, Jordan’s King Abdullah II called on the government to “consider the appropriate mechanism,” so that everyone who was dragged behind the recent sedition that aimed to “destabilize Jordan’s security and stability,” according to the authorities, returns to “its people as quickly as possible,” while the prosecution released The General in State Security reported 16 detainees in the case of “undermining the security and stability of Jordan,” while the two main detainees, the former head of the royal court, Bassem Awad Allah and Sharif Abdul Rahman Hassan bin Zaid, remained in detention.
A statement issued by the Jordanian royal court quoted King Abdullah as saying, “As a father and brother to all Jordanians, and in this holy month, the month of tolerance and compassion, in which we all want to be surrounded by our families, I ask the concerned brothers to consider the appropriate mechanism, so that each of our people is rushed. And he was misled and he was mistaken or dragged behind this sedition, with his family as soon as possible. “
On April 4, the government accused the former crown prince, Prince Hamzah (41 years), and other people of involvement in “sinful plans” aimed at “destabilizing Jordan’s security and stability,” and arrested about 20 people, including the former chief of the royal court, Bassem Awadallah..
According to the royal court’s statement, the king’s words came in response “to the appeal of a number of personalities from several governorates to forgive their sons who were behind this strife, after they filed a petition to His Majesty signed by tribal figures, recalling the Hashemite values of tolerance and forgiveness, during a meeting held in a palace Husseiniya, in the presence of His Highness Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, Crown Prince.
The official “Al-Mamlaka” TV quoted an unnamed source as saying that the royal approach to find a solution for the detainees “does not include all those arrested in connection with the issue of sedition.”
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