LONDON, Sept. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- King Hussein was a pivotal figure in bringing peace to the Middle East and strode the international stage for much of the 20th century. King Hussein: In Remembrance of the Lion of Jordan features exclusive interviews with world leaders including:
- HM King Abdullah II of Jordan
- HRH The Prince of Wales
- Sir John Major, former UK Prime Minister
- Prince Buthelezi of South Africa
- HRH Princess Alia of Jordan
- HM King Felipe of Spain
- US President Bill Clinton
- Empress Farah Pahlavi
- HRH Princess Basma of Jordan
- Sir Jackie Stewart, who was a close personal friend of King Hussein
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Produced and directed by the late King's nephew, Saad Kurdi, the documentary paints a portrait of an extraordinary man who loved his family and his country in equal measure. He was a global statesman, a peacemaker, and a passionate King who modernised his country, transforming education and healthcare within Jordan and rebuilding the country's infrastructure.
Mr Kurdi said, "Producing this film has been one of the most inspiring and humbling experiences of my life. Interviewing those who knew and worked with my uncle has given me a much broader appreciation of His Majesty, and what an extraordinary individual he was. I hope that this film will be a lasting testimony to a very great man."
This landmark documentary is available from today, to download freely or stream, on both Amazon and YouTube.
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Saad Kurdi (36) is the son of Her Royal Highness Princess Basma of Jordan, the sister of His Majesty King Hussein. He was educated in Jordan and later in the United Kingdom, at Millfield School and The University of Edinburgh. He then attended The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, passing out as an officer in 2006. Married with two young daughters, today he works in the business sector.
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