Majali (Arabic: المجالي) is a prominent Jordanian political family that has been based in the town of Al Karak since at least the 1770s. The Majali had emigrated to the city from Hebron. Family members were in Al Karak for long periods of time and served both the Ottoman Turks and the Hashemite family that has ruled Jordan since 1921. They have occupied senior positions in the government and military.
- Tawfeq al-Majali (1880–1920), Representing jordan at Otman Parlament (Maba'othan)
- Premier Hazza' al-Majali (1916–1960), Prime Minister of Jordan
- H.E Ayman Hazza' al-Majali (21st Century), Deputy Prime Minister of Jordan
- Eteiwi Al-Majali (1950–2015), Member of the House of Representatives
- Field Marshal Habis Al-Majali (1914–2001), Jordanian Chief of Staff
- Premier Abdelsalam Al-Majali (born 1925), Prime Minister of Jordan
- Lt. Gen. Basheer Al-Majali (born 1960), Member of the Arab Interior Ministers Council
- Brig.General Abdelmajid Almajali, was a Jordanian commander in the Arab-Israeli 1967 war.
- Lt. Gen. Hussein Al-Majali (born 1960), Commandant of Jordanian Public Security Forces
- Samer Al-Majali (21st century), Jordanian businessman
- Rakan Al Majali (21st century) , Former Minister of State for Media Affairs and Communications Jordan
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