Timoor Daghistani

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Timoor Daghistani (born 4 January 1949, Baghdad) served as the Jordanian ambassador to the United Kingdom.



Son of Major-General Ghazi al-Daghistani, CVO, former ADC to King Faisal II of Iraq, and paternal grandson of Fieldmarshal Muhammad Fadhil al-Daghistani.



His military grade is Colonel.[ citation needed ]

Personal life

He was married to Princess Basma bint Talal of Jordan in Amman, on 2 April 1970 and had two children together:

In the late 1970s, they divorced and Basma went on to marry Sayyid Walid al-Kurdi on 14 April 1980.


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