The death of the last princesses of the Hashemite royal family of Iraq

London-ALsharqiya May 9: The last princess of the Hashemite royal family of Iraq, Princess Badia Bint Ali Bint Al-Hussein, died after suffering from illness. The late princess, the daughter of King Ali bin Al-Hussein, was the last king of the Hashemite Kingdom of Hijaz and the sister of the guardian of the throne of Iraq, Prince Abd Allah. The last princesses of the monarchy in Iraq have documented her historical testimony at that stage in an extensive dialogue with the Sharqiya channel, which considers Sharif Ali bin Al Hussein on the death of his mother, Princess Badia, and the East praises the biography of the deceased, which was one of the symbols of mercy and social harmony in Iraq


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