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  • Prince Ra'ad bin Zeid (Arabic: الأمير رعد بن زيد‎‎; born 18 February 1936) is the son of Prince Zeid of the Hashemite House and Princess Fahrelnissa Zeid (Fakhr un-nisa), a Turkish noblewoman. Upon the death of his father on October 18, 1970, he inherited the position as head of the Royal Houses of Iraq and Syria. Ra'ad has lived in London and Paris.The Kingdom of Jordan has confirmed his style as His Royal Highness and Prince. (en)
  • Prince Ra'ad bin Zeid (Arabic: الأمير رعد بن زيد‎‎; born 18 February 1936) is the son of Prince Zeid of the Hashemite House and Princess Fahrelnissa Zeid (Fakhr un-nisa), a Turkish noblewoman. Upon the death of his father on October 18, 1970, he inherited the position as head of the Royal Houses of Iraq and Syria. Ra'ad has lived in London and Paris. The Kingdom of Jordan has confirmed his style as His Royal Highness and Prince. (en)
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  • 2017-05-28 04:40:50Z (xsd:date)
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  • Prince Faisal (en)
  • Prince Firas (en)
  • Princess Fakhrelnissa (en)
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  • Prince Ra'ad bin Zeid (en)
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  • Kingdom abolished in 1920 & 1958 (en)
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  • Margaretha Lind (en)
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  • Prince of Iraq (en)
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  • Prince Ra'ad bin Zeid (Arabic: الأمير رعد بن زيد‎‎; born 18 February 1936) is the son of Prince Zeid of the Hashemite House and Princess Fahrelnissa Zeid (Fakhr un-nisa), a Turkish noblewoman. Upon the death of his father on October 18, 1970, he inherited the position as head of the Royal Houses of Iraq and Syria. Ra'ad has lived in London and Paris.The Kingdom of Jordan has confirmed his style as His Royal Highness and Prince. (en)
  • Prince Ra'ad bin Zeid (Arabic: الأمير رعد بن زيد‎‎; born 18 February 1936) is the son of Prince Zeid of the Hashemite House and Princess Fahrelnissa Zeid (Fakhr un-nisa), a Turkish noblewoman. Upon the death of his father on October 18, 1970, he inherited the position as head of the Royal Houses of Iraq and Syria. Ra'ad has lived in London and Paris. The Kingdom of Jordan has confirmed his style as His Royal Highness and Prince. (en)
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  • Ra'ad bin Zeid (en)
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