Jordan's Prince Muhammad Bin Talal, brother of late King Hussein, dies at 80

Jordan's Prince Muhammad Bin Talal, brother of late King Hussein, dies at 80
Jordan's Prince Muhammad Bin Talal, brother of late King Hussein, dies at 80

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AMMAN — Jordan’s Prince Muhammad Bin Talal, the personal representative of King Abdullah II and the former crown prince, died in Amman, on Thursday, at the age of 80, the Jordanian royal court said in a statement, announcing a 7-day mourning period.

The late Prince Muhammad is the uncle of King Abdullah II and the brother of late King Hussein, Prince Hassan and Princess Basma.

Muhammad held several important positions and the most prominent of which was the Crown Prince during the years 1952 to 1962.

He also served as a military escort to King Hussein, head of the Council of Tribal Sheikhs, and a special representative of the king.

Prince Muhammad had distinguished contributions in various social, cultural and youth fields, most notably his honorary presidency of the Chess and Archery Federation in Jordan, and his honorary presidency of the British Karate Federation.

Prince Mohammad is survived by his wife, Princess Taghrid, daughter of late Jordanian Prime Minister Hazza Al-Majali and two sons — Princes Talal and Ghazi — from a previous marriage.

His funeral will be held on Friday.


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