Parliament of Jordan announces standing behind King Abdullah II: The Hashemite regime is a red line

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Senate Speaker Faisal Al-Fayez called on the Jordanian people to stand against rumors and conspiracies targeting Jordan, stressing that malicious plots against Jordan will not affect it, and we will confront every trembling hand seeking to tamper with Jordan’s security, according to the official Jordanian news agency, Petra.

He added during a session held by the Jordanian National Assembly on the occasion of the centennial of the Hashemite Kingdom, today, Sunday, that the Jordanian people stand behind His Majesty King Abdullah II.

And the head of the Jordanian Senate added: We will confront every hand of a brother who seeks to tamper with our security and stability, and that His Majesty King Abdullah II is a red line and our Hashemite system is resistant to conspiracy and sedition.

Meanwhile, the Speaker of the Jordanian Parliament, Abdel Moneim Al-Awdat, said that Jordan is resistant to conspiracy and sedition, and that Jordan resolved yesterday strictly, any prejudice to its security and stability.
He affirmed that Parliament would stand behind King Abdullah II in order to preserve the security and stability of the homeland.

On Saturday, the Jordanian authorities arrested the former head of the royal court, Bassem Awadallah, and the king’s former special envoy to Saudi Arabia.

And the Jordanian official news agency, Petra, citing a security source, reported that Awadallah and Sharif Hassan bin Zaid were arrested for security reasons.

The source added to the agency that “they are being investigated.”

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