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Mademoiselle Lilo 12-02-2008 05:37 AM

all muslims men in muslims states can easily have another wife,cause all the laws in all arabic/muslims states allow it(exept Tunisia and Morocco)
so if King Abdulah decide/want to have others wives will be so easy to him,however i hardly,hardly think he will for some reasons:he have beautiful/elegant wife(who have big power in Jordan I don't think she will let it happen easily),have onather wife will not do any favors for the image of modern king/country he want to give so i don't think he will tak that risk.

Veram98 12-02-2008 07:05 AM

The practice of polygamy is rare in Jordan (and seems to be concentrated in the rural areas as opposed to the urbanized cities).The last Jordanian royal who had more than one wife (at the same time) was King Abdullah I (died in 1951).

Little_star 12-02-2008 08:45 AM

Muslim men can marry upto 4 women however there are strict conditions.

Firstly they must have the agreement of their first wife, if she does not agree a second marriage cannot take place. The same applies if there is more than one wife.

Secondly they may only do so on the basis that they can provide equally for all wives.

Thirdly the provision is only supposed to be used at times where there are many unmarried women. For example during early Islam there were many widows so the Prophet recommended multiple marriages because these women would then be free from abuse, exploitation etc.

shrifia 12-03-2008 09:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Little_star (Post 861703)
Firstly they must have the agreement of their first wife, if she does not agree a second marriage cannot take place. The same applies if there is more than one wife.

not necessary Little_star even if in some laws they said so,if the man really want a second wife and the first one didn't agree the marriage take place no matter what,so the agreement of first wife is more moral than legal requirement that disrupt the second marriage.
as law woman i know what i am talking about here,I sudied law and I know about it in all arab countries.

Princess Mahala 01-27-2009 03:30 AM

:lol: for people who saw the tropic thunder movie does anyone know if it was qrania on cover with bono for vanity fare magazine? i think that was. its kind of funny to think of her with that movie (or any movie) but they did coverd the face. could it be she disproved or its just random?

Shikha Pal 05-12-2009 06:02 AM

And I want to know in which countries their children study in.

Veram98 05-12-2009 06:36 AM

That's the school the kids are attending (in Jordan)

https://www.iaa.edu.jo/

salma 05-12-2009 01:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shikha Pal (Post 885049)
I am very keen about the Heights of Queen Rania and King Abdullah and four of their kids.
What are their heights?

I think Queen Rania is 5' 5" (165 cm)

Marsel 06-08-2009 08:33 PM

Queen Rania's height is estimated from 5'5" (165 cm) to 5'9" (175 cm). Personally I think that 5'9" is way too tall, the more realistic figure is probably 5'6".


I have a question concerning the Line of Succession. I know there isn't one in Jordan as such and the Crown Prince can be chosen by the King among his sons or brothers. I also know that currently there is no Crown Prince in Jordan, although it is widely expected that the King will appoint his eldest son any day now. However, if something were to happen to King Abdullah before he appoints his heir, how the new Monarch would be chosen? Would Abdullah's brothers be favoured because both his sons are minors? Or would one (or more) of his brothers be appointed Regent until Hussein is of age?

White Princess 06-08-2009 11:15 PM

I guess if King Abdullah died tomorrow, his son would be immediately king, however an elder brother would be regent til he gets of age (Prince Feisal probably). However Wikipedia has an article about the "Line of Sucession to The Jordanian Throne" Line of succession to the Jordanian throne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Little_star 06-09-2009 01:52 PM

From what I understand Prince Hussein is the Crown Prince, he just hasn't been publicly declared the CP.

Marsel 06-09-2009 02:03 PM

Thank you White Princessa and Little_star. :flowers:
Since King Abdullah's eldest son is already his Heir in accordance with agnatic primogeniture, he doesn't have to name the Crown Prince at all, unless he wishes his younger son or one of his brothers/nephews to succeed him, which personally I find very unlikely.

White Princess 06-13-2009 04:53 AM

I think a formal investure will be held this year or he'll wait him to get 18

salma 10-30-2009 07:19 AM

What languages can Rania speaks? I read that she know a little french and spanish. And her childrens?

Rossina 10-30-2009 09:48 AM

I dont know about Queen rania ...princess Iman speaks good arabic .. i watched her on jordan TV.

Mademoiselle Lilo 10-30-2009 10:12 AM

QRania speaks good Arabic and english,some reports mention that she have some knowledge in french too,but i am not sure about that i never heard her speaking french plus she needed a translator when she met with Rachida Dati a few months ago.

salma 10-30-2009 10:20 AM

Yes I know she speaks very good english sure her childrens too. Prince Faisal speaks french perhaps the King too can speaks it.

Rossina 10-30-2009 11:02 AM

I heard king abdullah speaking french at a dinner in Paris years ago .... he did not talk too much .. Only a small paragraph of 4 or 5 sentences and completed his speech in english.

Veram98 10-30-2009 12:20 PM

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Originally Posted by reeda2000 (Post 1012444)
I heard king abdullah speaking french at a dinner in Paris years ago .... he did not talk too much .. Only a small paragraph of 4 or 5 sentences and completed his speech in english.

He had a French nanny for a while as a boy. I heard that he understands French rather well, but is not very fluent in speaking the language himself.

Rossina 01-29-2010 03:53 PM

I read in one of QR`s interviews years ago that cp Hussein likes to play a musical instrument Do you know what those musical instrument .. Do u know what is that musical instrument?


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