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Old 01-03-2009, 11:03 PM
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Welcome yassy
Well from what ive know is there is nikah first, which is signing contracts and in jordans royal familys weve seen there is small gathering for that. Nikah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Some where i read queen noor was one of the first women to attend the signing in jordan family but im not positive.
Then a few weeks/months later they have a banquet or more public celebrations. some have had a traditional gathering for males while women have their own. then weve also seen informal pics from private wedding partys mostly in aqaba, jordan. i suppose they move in together after these celebrations but im not for sure. hope this helps.

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Old 06-16-2010, 12:41 PM
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I can see what you mean If you're going according to name sake, then yes you could say that most were not Jordanian.

That said most of the aforementioned JRF members were of Palestinian and or Levanti origin (Lebananon, Jordan, The Palestinian Territories, Israel, Eastern tip of Egypt). The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan formed the majority of Palestine. At least 90% of Jordanians are of Palestinian extraction. So in this sense we can say Jordanian

In general location, strength of historical ties and Diplomatic and Cross cultural relations, are but a few (yet strong) deciding factors.

Levant relatives: Queen Noor Al-Hussein, Princess Ghida Talal, Princess Dina, Princess Sarah Al-Feisal,

Palestinian Relations:

Princess Haya bint Al-Hussein
Princess Noor bint Asem
Princess Alia Al-Tabba
Princess feryal Mohamed
Queen Alia Al-Hussein
Princess Alia bint Al-Hussein
Princess Basma bint Talal
Queen Rania Al-Abdullah


I know that written down seems quite confusing lol

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I dont know why they didnt marry jordanians ....most of the princesses were not jordanians ...let us see ..
Hi Yassy246!

خطوبة: Pronounced Khatooba is the Engagement, when the party affirms their decision to marry before witnesses. In addition the conditions of marriage, Mehr aka Dowry which is obligatory, Divorce arrangements (if in the event of), and House and Furnishings, Any additional Marital requests are arranged during this event.

نكاح الكتاب: prnounced Nikah Al-Kitaab means The Marriage of the Book. This reaffirms the couple in question's intention to marry, and makes the marriage legal. Without this the marriage won't be recognized by the State. An Adul (Lawyer/Notary) will formalize the aforementioned agreements onto paper, ready to sign, Prayers are made, questions are posed to which a responce of yes or no is made, and rings are exchanged. Finally the Marriage contract is signed, thereafter the Celebrations occur.

زفاف \ واليمة: Pronounced Zefaf and Waleema (to mean Wedding/ Marriagwe Banquet & Celebration) This is the Celebration, which takes place after the Nikah Al- Kitaab. This is to introduce the Newly Legally Married Couple to their honored guests. The form of Zafaf differs from one Islamic country to another but is an elaborate Celebration.

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Hi, I'm new at this forum, and am crazy about anything royal, especially the Jordanian Royal Family. I'm really curious about how royal marriages work and take place. ( I hope this is the appropriate place to post this question)

So let me ask a question, what is the difference between the ceremonies of the Muslim marriage? Engagement\Wedding\reception? and when do the couple live together?

Thank you in advance!
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Indeed, this is how Arabs get married. Different versions are possible among the Muslim nations world-wide.
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True. Traditionally in Morocco the Ceremonies used to take place over the course of a Week. However due to time and other factors Marriages are held over the course of Two Days. Day One: Nikah Al-Kitaab and Day Two: Zfaf.

That said some try to put everything into one day it can be done and one could understand why. Personally speaking its better over two days.

Moroccan Traditional form:

Laylat l Henna
Laylat Al Hammam
Nikah Al-Kitaab
Zfaf (Is extremely elaborate) Containing two parts: Zfaf b Al-Amariya and Zfaf b Al-Kursy)

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princess nour hamzah is jordanian,she's HRP hamzah's cousine
princess taghreed mohammad bin talal is jordanian,she's from karak,south of jordan
Prince Muhammed bin Talal & Princess Taghreed

even the princesses of jordan like HRP aisha and HRP sumaiya and others their husbands are jordanians.


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I dont know why they didnt marry jordanians ....most of the princesses were not jordanians ...let us see ..
princess mona alhusein....british
queen noor .....amrecan/lebanese
queen alia .....palastainian
QUeen rania...palastainian
Queen Dina ...Egeption
princess alia alfaisal....syrian
princess rim ....algrian
princess noor hamzah...iranian mother
princess ghida talal....lebenese
princess areej ghazi....oman
princess feryal mohamed .....palastinian
princess sarvath alhassan....pakistan
princess alia bint alhussein 1st husbent ....iraqi
princess basma bint talal 1st husbent ....iraqi
Princess fairozeh asem......iran
princess magida raad .....british
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princess nour hamzah is jordanian,she's HRP hamzah's cousine
princess taghreed mohammad bin talal is jordanian,she's from karak,south of jordan
Prince Muhammed bin Talal & Princess Taghreed
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even the princesses of jordan like HRP aisha and HRP sumaiya and others their husbands are jordanians.
I know that Noor Hamzah is Jordanian but, dont forget that she is a Hashimite princess..I am not against the previous marriages just wish to see a young ordinary full Jordanian bride like princess Taghreed

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Palestinian Relations:

Princess Haya bint Al-Hussein
Princess Noor bint Asem
Princess Alia Al-Tabba
Princess feryal Mohamed
Queen Alia Al-Hussein
Princess Alia bint Al-Hussein
Princess Basma bint Talal
Queen Rania Al-Abdullah


I know that written down seems quite confusing lol
You can add to yr palstinians list
Princess Dana Firas .. wife of prince Firas bin Raad ( Dana Nabil Toukan )
Princess Dina Mired .. wife of prince Mired bin Raad (Dina Mohammed Khalifeh)
The new bride Zeina Shaban
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Old 07-06-2010, 03:48 AM
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I know that Noor Hamzah is Jordanian but, dont forget that she is a Hashimite princess..I am not against the previous marriages just wish to see a young ordinary full Jordanian bride like princess Taghreed
I fully Agree, Eventhough taghreed Mohammad is from the family that is basically controlling everything in Jordan, so she isn't just an ordinary Jordanian, why not marry a girl from Maan, Irbid, Salt,Karak, ajloun, just an ordinary very well educated, from a well known family, beautiful, mannered and has a good position?! What makes those different from every other NON Jordanian lady who became a part of the RF?
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Old 07-06-2010, 07:56 AM
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I Think Its Not Makes different if the ladies in jrf are full jordanian or palestanion cause you know we are arabs after all and arabs are one .
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I Think Its Not Makes different if the ladies in jrf are full jordanian or palestanion cause you know we are arabs after all and arabs are one .
Ok, if so as you say why isn't ANY of them married to a Jordanian?
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I Think Its Not Makes different if the ladies in jrf are full jordanian or palestanion cause you know we are arabs after all and arabs are one .
I respect the openness of the JRF with the other Arab nations, but they must give similar opportunities to the Jordanians also
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Old 07-06-2010, 09:26 AM
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Ok, if so as you say why isn't ANY of them married to a Jordanian?
I dont Know Why We dont see Until now a (jordanian princess ) But in my opinion The most important thing That princesses in the royal family must be arabian no matter the nation is and of course muslims .
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I dont Know Why We dont see Until now a (jordanian princess ) But in my opinion The most important thing That princesses in the royal family must be arabian and of course muslims .
Probably due to stricter customs and traditions in the past IMO ,but I think now the situation has changed and the new generations can do it
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I can see what you mean If you're going according to name sake, then yes you could say that most were not Jordanian.

That said most of the aforementioned JRF members were of Palestinian and or Levanti origin (Lebananon, Jordan, The Palestinian Territories, Israel, Eastern tip of Egypt). The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan formed the majority of Palestine. At least 90% of Jordanians are of Palestinian extraction. So in this sense we can say Jordanian

In general location, strength of historical ties and Diplomatic and Cross cultural relations, are but a few (yet strong) deciding factors.

Levant relatives: Queen Noor Al-Hussein, Princess Ghida Talal, Princess Dina, Princess Sarah Al-Feisal,

Palestinian Relations:

Princess Haya bint Al-Hussein
Princess Noor bint Asem
Princess Alia Al-Tabba
Princess feryal Mohamed
Queen Alia Al-Hussein
Princess Alia bint Al-Hussein
Princess Basma bint Talal
Queen Rania Al-Abdullah


I know that written down seems quite confusing lol
At least 90% of Jordanians are of Palestinian extraction

r u sure that 90% of jordanians r of palastinian extraction??
i'm sure that's wrong ... there r some palastinian families who r from jordanian origion and vise versa...
and u can find the same family ,one grandfather went to jordan and the other to palastine...but they have the same familyname !
jordanians are from jordan...
but i'm with u that there are alot of palastinians who live in jordan and they consider themselves JORDANIANS..
they came to jordan after the war
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At least 90% of Jordanians are of Palestinian extraction

r u sure that 90% of jordanians r of palastinian extraction??
i'm sure that's wrong ... there r some palastinian families who r from jordanian origion and vise versa...
and u can find the same family ,one grandfather went to jordan and the other to palastine...but they have the same familyname !
jordanians are from jordan...
but i'm with u that there are alot of palastinians who live in jordan and they consider themselves JORDANIANS..
they came to jordan after the war
90%!! Come on!!!! Of course NOT!
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90%!! Come on!!!! Of course NOT!
yes absolutely not...
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I agree with you .. 80% is too much!!!!

The government says that Jordanians of Palestinian origins are about 41% of the population (census in 1994) .. you can add the Registered refugees in UNRWA who hold Jordanian nationality ( 1.5 million = 28% of the Jordanians) .. so they are about 71% of the kingdom`s population.
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We've heard enough on the subject of so-called non-Jordanians in the Royal Family.

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Princess Noor`s mother princess Firouzeh is Iranian ( nee Firouzeh Vokhshouri) .. her father Hamed Vokhshouri is living in Tehran/Iran. Princess Alia Tabbaa is Jordanian by birth ..her family is of Syrian origin.
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Well if Jordanian Princes could not find a good Jordanian girl then it's okay to marry from different countries , I don't think they like Jordanian girls
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Well if Jordanian Princes could not find a good Jordanian girl then it's okay to marry from different countries , I don't think they like Jordanian girls
yes I agree with your point veiw
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