A letter was shared with the prince’s letterhead by the royal court’s Twitter account on Monday, referring to the weekend’s turmoil and emphasizing his support for the ruler of Jordan.
It stated that “In view of the events of the past two days, I put myself at the disposal of His Majesty the King, and I affirm that I shall always be committed to the covenant of the ancients, sincere to their heritage, The following is his footprint, his route and mission and dedicated to His Majesty the King.
The letter stated that the prince “will always remain a supporter of His Majesty the King and his Crown Prince.”
“The national interest must remain above all, and we must all stand behind His Majesty the King in efforts to protect Jordan and his national interests, and ensure the best for the people of Jordan,” it read.
At the bottom of the letter, Hamza – the oldest son of the late King Hussein of Jordan and his American-origin wife Queen Noor – signed with a note indicating that he is at the home of his uncle Prince Hassan.
According to an earlier statement by Royal Hassan on Monday, King Hassan was appointed by King Abdullah II to deal with the dispute and Hassan also signed the letter.
On Saturday, Prince’s video statement said he was told by the Jordanian army that he should not leave his home, suggesting that he had been arrested from home.
“I was alone in my house with my wife, my young children, and I wanted to make this recording, so that it would be clear to the world that what you see and hear in the context of the official line is not a reflection of it.” Realities on the ground, ”Hamza said in the video.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Safadi, has confirmed that the top military brass met with Hamza on Saturday and told him to “stop all movements and activities that target the security and stability of Jordan.”
More than a dozen people have been arrested under the purported conspiracy that, according to Safadi, the authorities decided to take action as those involved started discussing time to put their alleged plans into action. was.
Hamza was initially believed to be the heir of his father. However, before King Hussein died of cancer in 1999, he named Abdullah his successor, as Hamza was seen as too naive and young to become emperor.
King Abdullah appointed Hamza as crown prince in 1999 before withdrawing the title in 2004.
Hamza’s mother Queen Noor Hussain wrote on Twitter on Sunday, “praying that there will be truth and justice for all the innocent victims of this evil infamy.” “God bless and keep them safe.”
The growing list of US and Arab countries has voiced support for King Abdullah.