Al-Majali added that Jordan welcomes its guests as fellow brothers from Qatar and Hamas. He noted that the visit will be followed by a discussion on Jordan's ties with Hamas and the interests of the Jordanian and Palestinian people.
Al-Majali added that the visit had thus far been delayed due to the Qatari heir's schedule and that it will be held soon.
Several Hamas senior officials recently left Damascus in the wake of the Assad regime's violent crackdown. Some conjectured that the movement will seek refuge in Jordan which expelled it 12 years ago.
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