The title Riddle, Riddle.
It was the last name of a boy who lived a hundred years ago.
But it was the name of the king’s daughter who was also called Riddle and who died with him.
It is a name that the new King Abdullah of Jordan has tried to erase from public memory, in a bid to make him feel secure.
And in doing so, it has given rise to a very real controversy in Jordan.
The Riddle family have been involved in a legal battle with the government over the name.
They say the title was created by the kingdom’s King Abdullah to protect their reputation as the first royal family to survive the war with the British.
The controversy began last week when the Riddle name appeared on the list of royal names that was published in the official Saudi Gazette.
The name was a title that was created as part of a deal to avoid a public outcry in Jordan about the king and his son.
In an official letter to the government, the king said he did not know that the name was being used.
He said he would ask his ministers to make the change to the name to remove the name from public records.
In a series of tweets on Wednesday, the royal court asked the government to stop the use of the name, saying that its use was “against the law”.
But in a video statement released by the government on Thursday, King Abdullah said that the government was using the name as part in a national identity and that “the name should not be erased”.
This has caused a huge amount of anger in Jordan, where the name is used by the public to identify with the royal family.
The King Abdullah I had wanted to use it to show the kingdom that we are proud of the royal lineage and that the king is the head of the family.
We wanted to be able to use the name for our national identity, and that was what the name has become, he said in the video.
“It was never meant to be offensive.
I didn’t think about it at all.
I don’t think I should be in a position to change the name,” he added.
He also claimed that the royal name had “a great role in our history”, saying that the family had been fighting for it since ancient times.
He called for the government “to change the [names] so that it does not affect the identity of the kingdom”.
But the Riddles say they have not changed their name and insist that the controversy is based on misinformation and that they have no intention of changing it.
“I am not changing my name.
We are still the King Abdullahs of Jordan,” said Riddle’s father, Mohammed, who spoke to Al Jazeera from his home in the northern Jordanian town of Arz.
“We are the King’s children and the King is still king.
He’s still the leader of the country, he’s still king.”‘
Riddle is not the King’ ‘Riddle was born in the 12th century, when the kingdom was ruled by the Abbasid dynasty.
“King Abdullah was the king who created the name and we are not the king, we are just the name that was used to protect the kingdom,” Mohammed said.
“The name has a great role for Jordan because it is a very important part of our national history.
It has helped to protect us from enemies, to protect our heritage, to defend our culture and to defend ourselves against attacks.”
He added that his family had no plans to change their name, and stressed that “we have no plans whatsoever” to change it.
Mohammed, a fisherman who was born into a poor family, said that Riddle was the result of “unintended changes” and that he did “not want to be a burden to the king”.
Riddle is a nickname that was given to the boy who became King Abdullah’s daughter when he was just 14.
When the name became a title, it was to protect Abdullah’s reputation as a man who would fight and protect the country from the threat of the Ottoman Empire.
He later married another princess, who is now known as Risha.
In addition to Risha, he also had three children: Rifa, Rachida and Rizaa.
Mohammed Riddle said he believed the family name was given by King Abdullah as a way of “protecting the reputation” of the state.
“They wanted to protect it from the criticism that the country was in a difficult period,” he said.
Riddle lives in a large house in Arz, a city in northern Jordan.
He lives in one of the houses with his family, which is named after him.
He does not own a car and he does not use his real name.
He told Al Jazeera that he does “not like being called the king” and has decided to leave Jordan and to return to Turkey, which he now lives in.
The family said that he will stay in Arzan as long as he wants. “He’s been