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Prince Talal bin Muhammad was born on 26 July, 1965 in Amman, Jordan. Discover Prince Talal bin Muhammad’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?
|Age||55 years old|
|Born||26 July 1965|
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Prince Talal bin Muhammad Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Prince Talal bin Muhammad’s Wife?
His wife is Princess Ghida Talal (1991)
|Wife||Princess Ghida Talal (1991)|
|Children||Prince Hussein bin Al Talal|
Prince Talal bin Muhammad Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Prince Talal bin Muhammad worth at the age of 55 years old? Prince Talal bin Muhammad’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Jordan. We have estimated Prince Talal bin Muhammad’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Timeline of Prince Talal bin Muhammad
Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Mu’tah University, Kerak, Jordan
Deputy A-Team Leader, 1st Company, 101st Special Forces Battalion, Hashemiyyah, Jordan
In August 1996, Prince Talal was appointed by King Hussein as Director of the National Security Council, with the task of establishing the National Security Council of Jordan. Amongst other things, he was responsible for the recruitment, training, and organization of the NSC Staff; the compilation of electronic data bases and Intelnet setup; coordination with the relevant government officials and bodies; intelligence liaison; producing and distributing a daily brief and in-depth studies; and compiling the Agenda for NSC meetings. Following the death of King Hussein, Prince Talal continued to hold this post until August 1999, when King Abdullah II appointed him as his National Security Advisor. He held this post until September 2001 when he was appointed Special Advisor to King Abdullah II.
In addition to this, Prince Talal was appointed by King Hussein as his Personal Representative in the United States in February 1992 – a position he held until the death of King Hussein in February 1999. This involved enhancing relations with the US Administration, Government and Congress following the Gulf War of 1991. Talal also advanced the King’s official trips to the US, arranging his program and topics of discussion with US officials. He would then prepare his talking points, and remain behind in the US after each visit to follow up any outstanding issues. He was closely involved in securing the forgiveness of Jordan’s $700 million debt to the US and the transfer of a squadron of F-16 fighter aircraft from the US to Jordan following the Washington Declaration of July 1994.
After undergoing further military training the US and the UK, Talal returned to the Jordanian Armed Forces, where he served as a Company Commander in a Special Forces battalion from March 1990 until March 1991. On 25 March 1991, he was appointed as Military Secretary to King Hussein. In this capacity he functioned as a personal aide to the King, taking the minutes of his meetings and accompanying him daily on his activities within Jordan and his official trips abroad. These duties expanded to charge of the King’s political correspondence and speech writing – Prince Talal co-authored King Hussein’s speech before a Joint Session of the US Congress marking the end of a State of War between Jordan and Israel in July 1994. Talal was further entrusted by King Hussein with intelligence liaison activities and confidential political missions.
In 1991, Prince Talal married Ghida Salaam, daughter of Hany Sala’am and Raja’a Arab. The couple live in Jordan with their three children: Prince Hussein (born 1999) and twins Princess Raja’a and Prince Muhammad (born 2001).
Officer Commanding, 2nd Company, 91st SpecialForces Battalion, Khaw, Jordan
1984–1989 Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Washington DC, USA. Five-year Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service-Master of Science in Foreign Service Joint Degree program BSFS Concentration: International Politics, Law and Organization. MSFS Concentration: US Foreign Policy and Diplomacy
1983–1984 The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, UK. (Standard Military Course No.34)
Prince Talal’s early education took place in Jordan, and from 1975 to 1983 he attended Harrow School in the United Kingdom. In September 1983 he entered the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the United Kingdom, and upon passing in April 1984 was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Jordan Arab Army. After a few months in the Jordanian Army, he entered the School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University, Washington DC in September 1984. He completed the five-year joint degree Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service – Master of Science in Foreign Service (BSFS-MSFS) program, concentrating in International Politics for his BS Degree and US Foreign Policy and Diplomacy for his MS Degree.
1975–1983 The Harrow School in Harrow, London, England.
1973–1975 American Community School, Amman
Prince Talal bin Muhammad (born 26 July 1965) is a member of the Jordanian royal family. He is the eldest son of Prince Muhammad bin Talal, the grandson of King Talal of Jordan, and first cousin of the current King Abdullah; this makes him 15th in the line of succession to the Jordanian throne. He has one brother, Prince Ghazi (b. 1966).
Advisory Board Member, The James Martin 21st century School, Oxford University, UK