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King Hussein of Jordan I and Princess Muna al-Hussein holding hands while walking along the pathway.

King Hussein of Jordan I and Princess Muna al-Hussein holding hands while walking along the pathway.
King Hussein of Jordan I and Princess Muna al-Hussein holding hands while walking along the pathway.
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King Hussein of Jordan I and Princess Muna al-Hussein holding hands while walking along the pathway.
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King Hussein of Jordan I and Princess Muna al-Hussein holding hands while walking along the pathway.
King Hussein of Jordan I and Princess Muna al-Hussein holding hands while walking along the pathway.
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Hussein bin Talal (14 November 1935 – 7 February 1999) was King of Jordan from the abdication of his father, King Talal, in 1952, until his death. Hussein's rule extended through the Cold War and four decades of Arab–Israeli conflict. He recognized Israel in 1994, becoming the second Arab head of state to do so (after Anwar Sadat in 1978/1979). Hussein claimed to be a descendant of the Islamic prophet Muhammad through his belonging to the ancient Hashemite family. King Hussein was born in Amman on 14 November 1935 to King Talal bin Abdullah and Princess Zein al-Sharaf bint Jamil. After completing his elementary education in Amman, he was educated at Victoria College in Alexandria, Egypt. He proceeded to Harrow School in England, where he befriended his second cousin Faisal II of Iraq. He pursued further study at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Just before his death, Hussein made a change to his will revising the law of succession, which earlier had designated his brother Hassan successor, in favour of his eldest son Abdullah. He abruptly returned to the U.S. clinic on 25 January 1999 for further treatment undergoing a failed bone marrow transplant after which he returned to Jordan. On 7 February 1999, King Hussein died of complications related to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was, at the time of his death, one of the longest-serving leaders in international politics. He had been the King of Jordan for over 46 years, during which he was an important actor in various Middle East conflicts. King Hussein's funeral was held on 8 February 1999 in the presence of all five of his sons, foreign dignitaries and statesmen, and an estimated 800,000 Jordanians. King Hussein was succeeded as king by his eldest son Abdullah II of Jordan. Princess Muna al-Hussein (born Antoinette Avril Gardiner; 25 April 1941) is the mother of King Abdullah II of Jordan. Until their divorce on 21 December 1972, she was the second wife of Hussein, the late king of Jordan. She is English by birth but in keeping with Islamic culture, she was renamed Muna al-Hussein upon her marriage.

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