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Natheer Rasheed

Natheer Rasheed played a decisive role in all three stages of Jordan's development process: independence from the political influence of Great Britain, defence against the threatened takeover by Arafat's PLO and the maintenance of domestic law and order during the late King Hussein's severe illness.


He is described as a leading figure who sheds new light on those dramatic events.


This is a man of the 'Old Guard', who has accepted the 'modern' world with great interest but whom nobody can coerce into loving it.

PUBLISHED WORK


  • Searching For Reality

    £6.99

    His efforts to turn the Arab Legion into an elite fighting army was not appreciated by everyone, and in 1956 he was dismissed and forced to return to Britain.   A book about Lieutenant-General John Bagot Glubb - affectionately known as Glubb Pasha - and his time as an officer of the Arab Legion.  His efforts to turn the Arab Legion into an elite fighting army was not appreciated by everyone, and in 1956 he was dismissed and forced to return to Britain.

  • Between Dream And Fulfillment: Memoirs From The Old Guard

    £11.99

    Natheer Rasheed was an influential figure in Jordan's development and independence in the latter half of the twentieth century.

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