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Publish Date : 2021/04/06 13:45
Doubts and questions about the recent coup in Jordan
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Doubts and questions about the recent coup in Jordan


The Zionist regime recently blocked the Jordanian King's visit to Al-Aqsa Mosque, while Aman refused to allow Netanyahu to fly over the country, canceling his trip to the United Arab Emirates, a trip that could have taken place during the current political crisis in the Zionist regime, strengthening the position of the Prime Minister and his supporters.

NOURNEWS - The former Jordanian crown prince, the main culprit in the failed coup against his half-brother, is believed by Amman officials to have the support of the three governments of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and the Zionist regime.
The Jordanian army announced yesterday the arrest of several high-ranking Jordanian officials, announcing that they had been arrested on suspicion of involvement in a coup against "King Abdullah II". Meanwhile, Hamza bin Hussein, the younger brother of the Shah and former Crown Prince, released a video confirming the rumors and making accusations against the government.
About 25 relatives of Hamza bin Hussein have also been arrested in recent days on charges of participating in the coup plot and being in contact with the Saudi regime.
The events in Jordan continue while the Arab country is facing widespread protests against the inefficiency of the government in economic management and the fight against corruption. The economic crisis in this country has worsened with the coronavirus epidemic and has taken people to the streets, the situation of which Hamza Ben-Hussein is one of the critics.
While initially denying the siege of Prince Hamza and his family, Aman eventually accused him of plotting to destabilize Jordan and establish relations with foreigners. The defendants' relations with Riyadh and Tel Aviv, as well as Jordan's recent disputes with the two countries and, of course, the United Arab Emirates, caused the word "foreign relations" to be understood from the beginning.
Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi has accused Prince Hamza of having ties to a foreign country, the communication was through his wife and they intended to leave the country by a private plane.
According to media reports, an Israeli businessman with ties to the US government contacted Prince Hamza bin Hussein on Saturday and suggested that his wife and children be flown to Europe in a private jet, according to the Hebrew media.
The Zionist newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth reported on the secret visit of King Abdullah II to Riyadh last month. According to these sources, the trip was not covered by the media due to differences between the two countries. According to the newspaper, quoting high-ranking Jordanian officials, the Saudi Crown Prince and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, along with the Zionist regime, are the main defendants.
This source pointed out that Bassem Awadullah, a recent detainee who was previously Jordan's finance minister and close to the Jordanian king, is a link between the Saudi royal family and Jordanian princes and has a special relationship with Mohammed bin Salman.
Al-Sharif Hassan Benazid, another defendant named by the military, is an elite close to Riyadh, and according to some sources, both have Saudi passports.
According to another newspaper in occupied Palestine, Netanyahu was at least aware of the coup and how it took place in Jordan, and was positive about Abdullah's overthrow, given Abdullah's stance against the deal of the century.
The accusations against the Saudi-Zionist axis seem realistic given their efforts to implement the Century Deal and the tension between them and Jordan in this regard, because Abdullah II from the beginning of the Century Deal, which has so far normalized relations between several Arab states. He has taken a negative stance with the Zionist regime and is worried that the security situation in the Palestinian conflict will be weakened.
Amman has historically had a special place in the Palestinian conflict, and its king is in charge of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, a position recently challenged by Tel Aviv, which is said to be shifting responsibility to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Zionist regime recently blocked the Jordanian King's visit to Al-Aqsa Mosque, while Aman refused to allow Netanyahu to fly over the country, canceling his trip to the United Arab Emirates, a trip that could have taken place during the current political crisis in the Zionist regime, strengthening the position of the Prime Minister and his supporters.
Of course, after the defeat of the coup, along with Washington and Riyadh, the Zionist regime has emphasized its support for the Jordanian government as one of Tel Aviv's key allies in the region and has called for stability in this country!
Jordan is the second Arab country after Egypt to establish relations with the Zionist regime in 1994, and since then Amman and Tel Aviv have had special relations, even in the military and security fields. Jordan also has high-level ties with other conservative Arab states, such as the Saudi regime, which is economically dependent on oil-rich countries.
During the reign of King Abdullah II, he tried to follow the compromise strategy outlined before he came to power and has been a reliable ally of the United States, the Zionist regime and Al-Saud.
If the direct or indirect involvement of these countries in the recent coup is proven, the King of Jordan can hardly hope for the country's historic strategy in the region in the future.


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