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King Hussein of Jordan Quotes | اقوال الملك حسين بن طلال

Author: Amman JO
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08 February 2011 00:15 |
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In the loving memory of King Hussein Bin Talal of Jordan, who was born on November 14, 1935 as the eldest son of King Talal and Queen Zein Al Sharaf. He was proclaimed King on May 2, 1952 at the age of 18 and assumed his constitutional powers on May 2, 1953. At the time of his death on February 7, 1999, King Hussein was the longest serving executive head of state in the world. King Hussein led Jordan through strife and turmoil, creating an oasis of moderation, in a region torn between different ideologies and political strives. Jordanians remember him as the source of inspiration, in the climate of openness, tolerance and compassion, which Jordan demonstrates and stands for. His late Majesty laid the foundation of a prosperous legacy that will gear Jordan in years to come.

King Hussein Quotes, King Hussein of Jordan, الملك حسين بن طلال

King Hussein of Jordan Quotes

  • All what we hope for is that a day will come, when we have all gone, when people will say that this man has tried, and his family tried. This is all there is to seek in this world.

  • Jordan has a strange, haunting beauty and a sense of timelessness. Dotted with the ruins of empires once great, it is the last resort of yesterday in the world of tomorrow. I love every inch of it.

  • Jordan itself is a beautiful country. It is wild, with limitless deserts where the Bedouin roam, but the mountains of the north are clothed in green forests, and where the Jordan River flows it is fertile and warm in winter.

  • Jordan seeks to play only one role, that of a model state. It is our aim to set an example for our Arab brethren, not one that they need follow but one that will inspire them to seek a higher, happier destiny within their own borders.

  • Above all, I believe in God. I believe, also, that I must live with myself, I must be able to face myself each morning and say: 'I did my best yesterday, I will do my best again today.' Each man, low- or high-born, has the same duty each day to contribute to the good of mankind.

  • As long as one knows that there is a judgment day, he tries to keep his conscience clear and to serve and do what he can. People's trust is very dear, and one must be up to it, not by trying to do what pleases people everywhere on every occasion, but by doing what satisfies one's conscience.

  • For our part, we shall continue to work for the new dawn when all the Children of Abraham and their descendants are living together in the birthplace of their three great monotheistic religions, a life free from fear, a life free from want - a life in peace.

  • Fundamentalism as it is called is not confined to the Muslim world. It is something that we have seen in different parts of the world. Let us hope that a dialogue between the followers of the three great monotheistic religions could help in putting an end to this.

  • God help us from those who believe that they are the sole possessors of truth. How we manage at times to agree willingly to become prisoners within our own minds and souls of beliefs and ideas on which we can never be flexible.

  • God willing, we shall come to a stage where the world looks at the Palestinian question, and Palestinian rights on Palestinian national soil, as well as the questions of the occupied Syrian and Lebanese territories. These are the bases on which peace will be built.

  • I am ever mindful of the legacy of my grandfather, the founder of this Kingdom, who had said to me that he perceived his life as a link in a continuous chain of those who served our nation and that he expected me to be a new and strong link in the same chain.

  • I am totally against the idea that a Muslim woman should not have the same opportunities as a Muslim man to learn, to open up, to work, help shape the future. To close Islam down to a sexist approach is totally intolerable and ridiculous. It's not Islam.

  • I believe with all my heart that if a man is to give of his best he must live the fundamental life of an ordinary man. One cannot hide behind a title or a position or a throne. One can be proud of one's responsibilities, just as I am, but one cannot use titles or position as a shield.

  • I certainly see, maybe as a dream at this stage, the kind of condition that exists in Europe, with all the turmoil that Europe went through this century, where the system of government, be it monarchy or republic, doesn't make any difference. Something along these lines should be possible in the Arab world.

  • I have a simple philosophy about life and death. How easily it comes and how easily it can end! What man can afford to waste time? At any moment death can claim anyone, and when it does, death itself is unimportant. The only thing that matters is the work that one has accomplished.

  • I have said this in the past and I will continue to repeat it as long as I live: Whoever tries to hurt our national unity is my enemy until the day of judgment.

  • I never was one of those ambitious people craving for expansion. I believe in God and life after death. Each one of us lives his days according to the will of God. I believe also in nations and that individuals' efforts should be dedicated for the good of nations and not for idolizing persons.

  • I want to say a simple thing, that the dividing line exists not between Jordan and Israel, but between the proponents of peace and the opponents of peace.

  • I will never work merely to make a reputation for myself, to be popular for appearances rather than for what I am. My task is to lead my country through service.

  • I wish to say to you that the life of an enlightened people and a vibrant nation cannot be measured by the life of an individual. A successful person is one who manages to lay down a new stone, a brick that would help firm up his nation's existence.

  • In this life struggle, here I am among you fully cognizant that a true believer has no fear of what God has ordained for him. Those who are visited by fear live only for their present, under the illusion that the world began with them and will end with their departure.

  • It is not enough to tackle the mechanics of terror organizations. We must also tackle the situations that create terrorists. We desperately need to address the frustration, the loss and the despair that drive some to these actions.

  • It would behoove the world to become used to this fact: that without a just solution to the Palestine tragedy, there can be no stable peace in the Middle East.

  • Let me say this loud and clear. There is a world of difference between terrorist acts and the Islamic Shari'a. Islam is not only a religion, but a way of life. And at its heart lie the sacred principles of tolerance and dialogue.

  • Let us always remember that our homeland needs people who would tackle its problems and concerns in a rational and realistic fashion as well as in a creative and balanced way, and not those who would take it to the level of dreams and unrealistic imagination in a world of illusions and sloganism.

  • My concern all along, I have warned time and again, is of Jordan becoming a battleground for forces outside its immediate area. This is where we went haywire in the 1950s and I hope this will never be repeated.

  • Nothing is more useless in developing a nation's economy than a gun, and nothing blocks the road to social development more than the financial burden of war. War is the arch enemy of national progress and the modern scourge of civilized men.

  • Our earth is ailing. In its own language, it tells us that we must act together in a sustained and coordinated effort to help it heal. It seems self-evident that we should initiate or expand domestic strategies that lead to coordinated regional and global efforts.

  • Our religion does not discriminate according to color, sex or anything else. What counts is piety and faith.

  • Personality is reduced and deformed with depleted thoughts and stagnant mind.

  • Real victories are those that protect human life, not those that result from its destruction or emerge from its ashes.

  • The absence and suppression of justice can only open the way for extremists to exploit such a condition to perpetrate acts of violence against innocents.

  • The link between peace and stability on the one hand, and social and economic growth on the other, is dialectic. Peace, poverty, and backwardness cannot mix in one region.

  • Under the auspices of peace, our comprehensive renaissance will be built, and it will be a model for those who wish to emulate it in the greater Arab homeland.

  • We believe democracy to be the only real guarantor of stability and we have sought to create a 'Jordanian model' that might also inspire others in our region. I wish democracy and peace to be my legacy to my people and the shield of generations to come.

  • We believe that peace is not just signed papers, but rather a contract between generations for the building of a more promising and less threatening future.

  • We belong to the camp of peace. We believe in peace. We believe that our one God wishes us to live in peace and wishes peace upon us, for these are His teachings to all the followers of the three great monotheistic religions, the Children of Abraham.

  • We oppose occupation of land by force and we believe in dialogue as the method for regaining Arab rights. This is the spirit of the Great Arab Revolt.

  • We respect opposition to any position or policy. But we believe that the opinion that should prevail and be respected is that of the majority.

  • What does a man seek in this world? A position, or a throne? Man seeks peace of mind and the fear of Almighty God.

  • Without peace and without the overwhelming majority of people that believe in peace defending it, working for it, believing in it, security can never really be a reality.

King Hussein of Jordan Quotes

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King Hussein of Jordan Quotes | اقوال الملك حسين بن طلال

0 #8
Esraa 22 October 2013
الــله يـــرححمة ويجــعلا مثـــواااه الحنةة R.I.B
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Anas Nabas 01 March 2013
I am looking for a qoute to King Hussien about importing newst tools and machinary doest mean the devlopment of psocity while developing nations is the solution

If you know it please send it to
0 #6
عاشقة الاردن 14 November 2012
اللهمـ ارحـمـ جلالــة المــملكـ الراحـل .. ووطـهر ترابـ هـذا البـلد الغـالـي بجثمـانه الطـاهر ..
0 #5
أردنية 23 April 2012
إن كانت السمآء تفخر بوجود النجوم فيهآ ، فمن حق الأرض أن تفخر لاحتضآنهآ قبر ملكنآ الحسين رحمه الله ..
هو بالفعل ملك القلوب والعقول والأذهآن، كآن أبآ ، معلمآ، ملكآ يستحق عشقنآ له
رحمك الله وأدخلك فسيح جنآته يآ ملكنآ الرآحل
ويبقى حبك ينبض في قلوبنآ ..
0 #4
David Fox 07 February 2012
Jordan is prosperous? This is news to me . . .
+1 #3
Louise P. Derr 14 November 2011
King Hussein was truly a wise man. I agree with his ideas regarding peace in the middle East and hope that we will see it in the near future. We visited Jordan a few years ago, and were very impressed with ther people, the land & its history, and the good things the current King & Queen are doing to help their people.
0 #2
ahmad alsharo 09 May 2011
رحم الله الحسين وادخله فسيح جناته الرجل الذي لن ننساه مدا الحياه
+1 #1
mahmoud 21 February 2011
may allah rest his soul in peace
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