Majali (Arabic: المجالي) is a prominent Bedouin East Jordanian family who have resided in the town of Al Karak since at least the 1770s. The Majali had emigrated to the city from Hebron. Family members ruled Al Karak for long periods 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.
- Premier Hazza' al-Majali (1916-1960), Prime Minister of Jordan
- H.E Ayman Hazza' al-Majali (21st Century), Deputy Prime Minister of Jordan
- Field Marshal Habis Al-Majali (1914-2001), Jordanian Chief of Staff
- Premier Abdelsalam al-Majali (20th century), Prime Minister of Jordan
- Lt. Gen. Hussein Al-Majali (21st Century), Commandant of Jordanian Public Security Forces.
- AbdelAlMajeed al-Majali (1937-1986), Brigadier General in The Military Of Jordan
- Rakan Al Majali (21st century), Jordanian minister of media and communication, Jordanian government official representative...
- Samer Majali (21st century), Jordanian businessman
- Ziyad S. D. al Majali (21st century), Mutah university
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Mohammad Salameh al Majali (21st century), Abo salam
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