Jordan Prince Says He's Still Loyal To Brother After Coup Allegations
Jordan Prince Hamzah bin Hussein has been under house arrest after he allegedly tried to stage a coup. He accused the government of corruption.
Jordan's Prince Hamzah bin Hussein says he's still loyal to his half brother, King Abdullah II. That's according to a letter the prince signed.
Hamzah has been under house arrest after he allegedly tried to stage a coup. He accused the government of corruption.
In the new letter, he says the interests of Jordan must come before anything else and he supports the king's decisions.
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