Reasoning: 30 January 1962 "Abdallah Ibn Hussein." After filming his cameo, he was crowded by well-wishers, including Robert Picardo, who secretly presented the delighted guest with an autographed picture of himself in his role of The Doctor. [31] His forces under their British commander Glubb Pasha did not approach the area set aside for the Jewish state, though they clashed with the Yishuv forces around Jerusalem, intended to be an international zone. Join Facebook to connect with Abdullah Al Hussein and others you may know. King Abdullah assumed his constitutional powers as King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan on February 7, 1999, the day his father, the late King Hussein , passed away. (see McMahon-Hussein Correspondence). On 16 July 1951, Riad Bey Al Solh, a former Prime Minister of Lebanon, had been assassinated in Amman, where rumours were circulating that Lebanon and Jordan were discussing a joint separate peace with Israel. "al-Husseini, Hajj (Muhammad) Amin." Title. Although Abdullah established a legislative council in 1928, its role remained advisory, leaving him to rule as an autocrat. Ayubbi and at-Tell, who had fled to Egypt, were tried and sentenced in absentia. Queen Rania was born Rania Al-Yassin in Kuwait on August 31, 1970. Emir Abdullah I had two sons: future King Talal and Prince Naif. He was not given any spoken lines, however, because he was not a member of the Screen Actors Guild (now SAG-AFTRA). Abdullah set about the task of building Transjordan with the help of a reserve force headed by Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Peake, who was seconded from the Palestine police in 1921. "Meeting of the Arab Section of the Political Department of the Jewish Agency," qtd. In 1904, Abdullah married his first wife, Musbah bint Nasser (1884 – 15 March 1961), at Stinia Palace, İstinye, Istanbul, Ottoman Empire. Abdullah I bin Al-Hussein (Arabic: عبد الله الأول بن الحسين‎, Abd Allāh Al-Awal ibn Al-Husayn, 2 February 1882 – 20 July 1951) was the founder and ruler of the Jordanian realm from 11 April 1921 until his assassination on the 20th of July 1951. With very minor exceptions, Jews have lived for many centuries in the Middle East, in complete peace and friendliness with their Arab neighbours. [19] Less than a week before the outbreak of the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, Abdullah met with Meir for one last time on 11 May 1948. Husseini "pleaded his innocence throughout. [29][30] He saw himself as the "supreme commander of the Arab forces" and "persuaded the Arab League to appoint him" to this position. [9] Abdullah began his role in the Revolt by attacking the Ottoman garrison at Ta'if on 10 June 1916. However, the British resident Alec Kirkbride warned Emir Abdullah against such a "public rebuke of the heir to the throne", a warning which Emir Abdullah reluctantly accepted and then proceeded to appoint Talal as regent when the Emir was on leave.[46]. [8] In 1914, Abdullah paid a clandestine visit to Cairo to meet Lord Kitchener to seek British support for his father's ambitions in Arabia. I will take over the whole country and you will be represented in my parliament. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Rogan and Shlaim. Abdullah's dynasty, the Hashemites, ruled Mecca for over 700 years—from the 10th century until the House of Saud conquered Mecca in 1925—and have ruled Jordan since 1921. He was a 38th-generation direct descendant of Muhammad, as he belongs to the Hashemite family. عبدالله الثاني بن الحسين He used the military intervention to restore his prestige in the Arab world, which had grown suspicious of his relatively good relationship with Western and Jewish leaders. (TV Guide, 17-23 Feb., p. 26) He appears in the episode's opening scene as a science officer who speaks with Harry Kim as the scene fades in. Abdullah was born on 30 January 1962 in Amman, to King Hussein and Hussein's British-born second wife, Princess Muna Al-Hussein (born Antoinette Avril Gardiner). The Palestinian gunman fired three fatal bullets into the King's head and chest. [33] News of the negotiations provoked a strong reaction from other Arab States and Abdullah agreed to discontinue the meetings in return for Arab acceptance of the West Bank's annexation into Jordan.[34]. [39][40] According to Alec Kirkbride, the British Resident in Amman, Ashu was a "former terrorist", recruited for the assassination by Zakariyya Ukah, a livestock dealer and butcher. Many Jordanians believed that there was "nothing wrong with Talal and that the wily British fabricated the story about his madness in order to get him out of the way. 7,8. I will treat you very well and there will be no war". [1]. On 6 September 1951, Musa Ali Husseini, 'Abid and Zakariyya Ukah, and Abd-el-Qadir Farhat were executed by hanging.[43]. [citation needed]. Birth name: [49], Abdullah married three times. Abdullah II may also refer to |Abdullah II ... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. The Palestinian Arabs, the neighbouring Arab states, the promise of the expansion of territory and the goal to conquer Jerusalem finally pressured Abdullah into joining them in an "all-Arab military intervention" on 15 May 1948. On 25 May 1946, the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan (renamed the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan on 26 April 1949) was proclaimed independent. Abdullah led a force of 5,000 tribesmen but they did not have the weapons or discipline for a full attack. Abdullah ruled until 1951 when he was assassinated in Jerusalem while attending Friday prayers at the entrance of the Al-Aqsa mosque by a Palestinian who feared that the King was going to make peace with Israel. Her father is Faisal Sedki Al-Yassin who worked as a physician while her mother is Ilham Yassin. Sela, Avraham. El-Tell and Husseini, and three co-conspirators from Jerusalem, were sentenced to death. [13] Abdullah's relations with the British Captain T. E. Lawrence were not good, and as a result, Lawrence spent most of his time in the Hejaz serving with Abdullah's brother, Faisal, who commanded the Arab Northern Army. [49] Finally, King Talal assumed full duties as the successor to Emir Abdullah and king when he returned to Jordan on 6 September 1951. [3], Abdullah, alone among the Arab leaders of his generation, was considered a moderate by the West. These suspects included Colonel Abdullah at-Tell, who had been Governor of Jerusalem, and several others including Musa Ahmad al-Ayubbi, a Jerusalem vegetable merchant who had fled to Egypt in the days following the assassination. They had three children: In 1913, Abdullah married his second wife, Suzdil Khanum (d. 16 August 1968), at Istanbul, Turkey. Abdullah was crowned King of Jordan in 1999. Upon hearing of plans to bring Talal back to Jordan, Prince Naif attempted to stage a coup d'état by having Colonel Habis Majali, commander of the 10th Infantry Regiment (described by Avi Shlaim as a "quasi-Praetorian Guard"[49]), surround the palace of Queen Zein (wife of Talal)[47] and "the building where the government was to meet in order to force it to crown Nayef". Following the official ceremony at Bab al-Salam Palace, a formal dinner was held at King Hussein Cub in Jabal Amman to celebrate the newlyweds among members of the Royal family, the groom's family, and close Three of the suspects, including Musa Abdullah Husseini, were from the prominent Palestinian Husseini family, leading to speculation that the assassins were part of a mandate-era opposition group. This idea received some positive reception among the British, but ultimately rejected as Baghdad's domination of Jordan was viewed as unfavorable by the British Foreign Office due to fear of "Arab republicanism". Abdullah bin Al Hussein, II Biography Title: King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Position: Pro to the question "Is a Two-State Solution (Israel and Palestine) an Acceptable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?" He was the Emir of Transjordan, a British protectorate, until 25 May 1946,[1][2] after which he was the king of an independent Jordan. Voyager executive producer Jeri Taylor commented, "Take away the title and the trappings, and at the core you have a Star Trek fan." Why don't you wait a few years? After conquering the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, at the end of the war, King Abdullah tried to suppress any trace of a Palestinian Arab national identity. [19] Abdullah told Meir, "Why are you in such a hurry to proclaim your state? On the same day, Abdullah was crowned king in Amman. King Hussein was known to his people as Al-Malik Al-Insan, or “The Humane King”, as he worked hard to improve the lives of Jordanians. A major reason for the British's reluctance to allow the replacement of Talal is his well-publicized anti-British stance which caused the majority of Jordanians to assume that Kirkbride would favor the vigorously pro-British prince Naif. His Royal Highness the Crown Prince Al Hussein Bin Abdullah II continuously encourages young, curious minds to create and innovate. Subsequently, their relationship improved after the Second World War and Talal was publicly declared heir apparent by the Emir. Story of my Life, William Morrow. His Majesty King Abdullah bin al-Hussein is the 43 rd generation direct descendant of the Prophet Muhammed. She comes from a Palestinian family in Tulkarm that had to flee from Kuwait due to the Gulf War in 1991. Abdullah Al-Hussein, PhD. Sort. [citation needed] It is possible that he might have been willing to sign a separate peace agreement with Israel, but for the Arab League's militant opposition. According to fami… Abdullah Said Al Hussein. Abdullah I bin Al-Hussein (Arabic: عبد الله الأول بن الحسين‎, Abd Allāh Al-Awal ibn Al-Husayn, 2 February 1882 – 20 July 1951) was the founder and ruler of the Jordanian realm from 11 April 1921 until his assassination on the 20th of July 1951. The son of a local coffee shop owner named Abdul Qadir Farhat identified the revolver as belonging to his father. Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan [12] In August 1917, Abdullah worked closely with the French Captain Muhammand Ould Ali Raho in sabotaging the Hejaz Railway. He is the namesake of his paternal great-grandfather, Abdullah I, who founded modern Jordan. [24], On 4 May 1948, Abdullah, as a part of the effort to seize as much of Palestine as possible, sent in the Arab Legion to attack the Israeli settlements in the Etzion Bloc. 'Abid Ukah a cattle broker, his brother Zakariyya a butcher, Farhat a café owner. [8] This correspondence in turn led to the Arab Revolt against the Ottomans. [9], When French forces captured Damascus at the Battle of Maysalun and expelled his brother Faisal, Abdullah moved his forces from Hejaz into Transjordan with a view to liberating Damascus, where his brother had been proclaimed King in 1918. [8] Having heard of Abdullah's plans, Winston Churchill invited Abdullah to a famous "tea party", where he convinced Abdullah to stay put and not attack Britain's allies, the French. On 8 March 1920, Abdullah was proclaimed King of Iraq by the Iraqi Congress but he refused the position. [6] He was succeeded by his eldest son Talal. Rogan and Shlaim. 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