The previous crown prince of Jordan vowed on Monday to defy the orders of the federal government and his half brother, King Abdullah II, to cease speaking with the world whilst he remained below what he described as home arrest in his residence.

“I’m not going to obey after they say you may’t exit, you may’t tweet, you may’t talk with folks,” the previous crown prince, Prince Hamzah bin Hussein, stated in an audio message posted to Twitter by his supporters.

The federal government has accused Prince Hussein of destabilizing the “safety and stability” of Jordan, an important American ally within the Center East. The Jordanian international minister, Ayman Safadi, steered on Sunday that the prince was concerned in a failed palace coup that had international backing.

The bitter household feud and public airing of palace intrigue has been a blow to Jordan’s picture as an island of stability in a risky area.

Bordering Syria, Iraq, Israel and the Israeli-occupied West Financial institution, the nation performs a pivotal function in regional safety, and Jordan’s allies are watching developments anxiously.

Prince Hamza’s feedback on Monday steered that he was not going to be simply silenced.

The oldest son of the late King Hussein and his favourite spouse, the American-born Queen Noor, Prince Hamzah is a graduate of the Harrow Faculty in Britain and the Royal Army Academy at Sandhurst.

He attended Harvard College and has served within the Jordanian armed forces.

King Abdullah, who’s 59 and in addition the product of elite American and British faculties, named Hamzah crown prince in 1999, however stripped him of the title in 2004 and transferred it to his son, Prince Hussein, now 26.

Prince Hamzah gave the impression to be making an attempt to rebuild his affect in recent times.

In a speech Sunday afternoon, Mr. Safadi, the international minister, immediately accused Prince Hamzah of getting labored with a former finance minister, Bassem Awadallah, and a junior member of the royal household, Sharif Hassan bin Zaid, to focus on “the safety and stability of the nation.”

Mr. Safadi alleged that Prince Hamzah had liaised with Mr. Awadallah all through the course of the day Saturday, accusing him of “incitement and efforts to mobilize residents in opposition to the state in a fashion that threatens nationwide safety.”

He stated the federal government had intercepted communications between the prince and Mr. Awadallah and introduced the arrest of no less than 14 different folks.

Prince Hamza fired again, defending himself in a video launched on Saturday.

He denied involvement in any plot in opposition to King Abdullah, although he did condemn the federal government as corrupt, incompetent and authoritarian.