Clinton later managed to get Israel's approval to reveal the name of the antidote, and complained about Netanyahu: "This man is impossible!  American troops landed in both Lebanon and Jordan as a show of support for pro-Western regimes in the region against the Nasserist tide.  He was dubbed the "fundraiser-in-chief": throughout his reign he managed to obtain foreign aid from different sources, leaving a legacy of a foreign aid-dependent Jordan. If there are any worries it is Jordan that should be worried.  "I did not need to open it to know that my days as a schoolboy were over," Hussein later wrote in his memoirs.  The incident led to protests, and in 1954 Hussein dismissed Mulki amid the unrest and appointed staunch royalist Tawfik Abu Al-Huda.  Nabulsi wanted to move Jordan closer to Nasser's regime, but Hussein wanted it to stay in the Western camp.  Hussein was also shot, but the bullet was deflected by a medal on his uniform that his grandfather had given him. It’s nowhere near guaranteed that the 26-year-old crown prince could easily maintain control over a kingdom with a contracting economy, a bulging youth population, and unfolding threats such as climate change.  Saddam then announced that his invasion had become "irreversible," and on 8 August he annexed Kuwait.  On 16 April 1989 the government increased prices of gasoline, licensing fees, alcoholic beverages, and cigarettes, between 15% to 50%, in a bid to increase revenues in accordance with an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).  The expedition was cancelled amid British opposition and the weakened state of the Royal Jordanian Air Force.  He was relentless in pursuit of peace, viewing that the only way to solve the conflict was by peaceful means, excluding his decision to join the war in 1967. It’s also far-fetched to suggest that Hussein would do anything to jeopardize Jordan’s relations with the United States. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has received the most attention, for allegedly ordering the murder of his enemies, prosecuting a brutal war in Yemen, his attempts to strong-arm regional friends and foes—including Abdullah—and his assault on domestic opposition.  The PLO in Jordan grew in strength, and by the beginning of 1970 the fedayeen groups started to openly call for the overthrow of the Hashemite monarchy.  Hussein's position in the international community was severely affected, so severe that he privately discussed his intention to abdicate.  The Iraqi brigade's departure to Jordan gave the conspirators in Iraq, led by Brigadier Abd al-Karim Qasim, the opportunity to strike.  Around 200,000 Palestinian refugees fled to Jordan, destabilizing Jordan's demographics. Hussein was born on 28 June 1994 in Amman to the then-Prince Abdullah and Princess Rania.  The King, who was on an official visit to Spain, returned home immediately. , Despite the fact that the protests were triggered by a troubling economic situation, the crowds' demands became political.  The 28-member delegation consisted of 14 Jordanians and 14 Palestinians. “King Hussein was a leader of international prestige, who contributed greatly to all efforts towards finding a solution to the Middle East problem, he was an exceptional figure, who spoke his mind and dealt with matters in such a way that Jordan, despite its many enemies, managed to survive as an independent state. Hussein bin Talal (Arabic: الحسين بن طلال, Al-Ḥusayn ibn Ṭalāl; 14 November 1935 – 7 February 1999) was King of Jordan from 11 August 1952 until his death in 1999.  The next day, and at his request, he was flown to Jordan where he arrived in a coma after a second bone marrow transplant failed. King, Crown Prince congratulate Sheikh Mishal on being named Kuwait crown prince Crown Prince at GMIS: Jordan, led by His Majesty, believes better global integration is way forward Remarks by HRH Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II at the Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit After graduating from Sandhurst in 2017, he made a global debut when he addressed the UN General Assembly in September.  The National Charter sought to set a timetable for democratization acts.  The loss of Jerusalem was critical to Jordan, and specifically for Hussein who held the Hashemite custodianship of Muslim and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem. It’s not clear how popular Crown Prince Hussein would be among those tribes or that their support would be as relevant as in the past, given the increasingly diverse Jordanian population.  Hussein called this a "liberal experiment," to see how Jordanians would "react to responsibility.  Palestinian fighters (fedayeen, meaning self-sacrificers) used Jordanian-controlled territory to launch attacks against Israel, sometimes provoking heavy retaliation.  Two major Israeli incursions into Lebanon occurred in 1978, and the other in 1982, the latter conflict troubled Hussein as the IDF had laid siege to Beirut. ... Abdullah II of Jordan, and her equally stylish older brother, Hussein, Crown Prince of Jordan en route to a wedding celebration.  After failing to capture Yasser Arafat, the PLO leader, Israeli forces withdrew or were repulsed, but not before destroying the Karameh camp and sustaining relatively high casualties.  The conference set a framework for negotiations, and PLO representatives offered to accept a Palestinian state under a confederation with Jordan.  Samih Batikhi, the director of the General Intelligence Directorate (mukhabarat), visited Hussein during his stay at the Mayo Clinic to keep him updated.  The country was poor in natural resources, and had a large Palestinian refugee population resulting from the war – the annexation of the West Bank had made Palestinians two-thirds of the population, outnumbering Jordanians.  The relationship between Hussein and Saddam became very close – Hussein visited Baghdad 61 times between 1980 and 1990, and Saddam used Hussein to relay messages to several countries, including the US and Britain.