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Samu Incident - Aftermath
... In Jordan, King Hussein was faced with a storm of criticism for failing to protect Samu, emanating from Jordanians, as well as from Palestinians and ... throughout the West Bank demanding the king be overthrown ... On 20 November, Hussein ordered nation-wide military service ...
Samu Incident - Background
... For three years King Hussein of Jordan had been meeting clandestinely with Israeli Foreign Minister, Golda Meir, and Prime Minister's deputy, Abba Eban, concerning peace and mutually ... On November 12, King Hussein sent a letter of condolence to Israeli Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, via the U.S ... Early on the morning of November 13, King Hussein received an unsolicited message from his Israeli contacts stating that Israel had no intention of attacking Jordan ...
Black September In Jordan - Black September 1970 - After September 1970
1968, and was designed to return control of the country exclusively to King Hussein ... Had the Palestinians honored that agreement, Hussein would have had difficulties in continuing to act against them ... on Radio Baghdad in which they called for the deposition of King Hussein ...
Prince Talal Bin Muhammad - Bio
... On 25 March 1991, he was appointed as Military Secretary to King Hussein ... In this capacity he functioned as a personal aide to the King, taking the minutes of his meetings and accompanying him daily on his activities within ... These duties expanded to charge of the King’s political correspondence and speech writing – Prince Talal co-authored King Hussein’s speech before a Joint ...
Zaid Ibn Shaker
... King Hussein awarded him the non-hereditary title Prince on 4 February 1996 ... Field Marshal General of the Army Sharif Zaid ibn Shakir was a cousin of King Hussein ... the military and served with the furure King Hussein ...

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    There’s no telling what might have happened to our defense budget if Saddam Hussein hadn’t invaded Kuwait that August and set everyone gearing up for World War II½. Can we count on Saddam Hussein to come along every year and resolve our defense-policy debates? Given the history of the Middle East, it’s possible.
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