Tuesday 06 April 2021
The Kfar Khal clans belonging to her, the wife of the Jordanian Prince Hamzah bin Al Hussein, Princess Basma Bani Ahmed Al-Atoum, refused to impose her name and statements about her by the government, warning against “spreading falsehoods” on her.
And she said in a statement issued on Monday after a meeting with her: “The Kfarhal clans in general and the Bani Ahmed Al-Atoum clans in particular condemn and are surprised by the name of the Jordanian Princess Basma Bani Ahmed Al-Atoum in the events that took place in our beloved homeland, especially the way in which the highness of her honorable person was addressed by the Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister. And which contained a vagueness and a mantra that does not befall a state of institutions that take the rule of law as an approach. “
The Kfarshal clans added, “Hence, we categorically reject any allegations or hints of the Princesss communication with any internal or external parties, whether from near or far, so they called her never out of her role as the wife of His Highness the authentic Hashemite Prince Hamzah bin Al Hussein.”
And she continued: “Based on the foregoing, the Kfar Fakhl clans warn against dealing with these falsehoods and circulating them from near or far under penalty of legal and tribal responsibility, and we reserve our legal and clan right to pursue any individual or party that had any role in affixing these falsehoods against Jordan’s Nashmite daughter, Princess Basma. Bani Ahmed. “
She concluded: “The Kfarhal clans in general and the Bani Ahmed Al-Atoum clan in particular affirm loyalty and belonging to the homeland and the Hashemite family, represented by one of the knees and the leader of the march, His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, and we ask the Almighty to protect Jordan, its king and people from all evil.”
Princess Basma, who holds a flight instructor license, is the second wife of the former Jordanian crown prince and they married in 2012.
Two days ago, the Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ayman Safadi, announced that the security services had monitored “for a long time activities and movements” by the former Crown Prince, Prince Hamzah bin Al-Hussein, who is currently under domestic isolation, and other persons “targeting the security and stability of the homeland.” “.
Safadi indicated that the investigations revealed “interference and contacts with external parties about the most appropriate timing to start steps to destabilize the security” of Jordan.
He added, “Also, the security services monitored the communication of a person with links to foreign security services with the wife of Prince Hamzah yesterday at exactly three and fifty-five minutes, putting his services at her disposal and offering her to secure a plane immediately to get out of Jordan to a foreign country. This is another indicator.” On the involvement of outside parties in suspicious activities that have been thwarted, in order to protect Jordan’s security and stability. “
Later, the businessman of Israeli origin, Roy Shabushnik, whose name was reported by Jordanian media in the context of this allegation, denied having any connection with the “Mossad”, but confirmed his offer to help the family of the former Jordanian crown prince, who described him as a friend.