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Jordanian Monarchy: Official Duties & Articles from 2017
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I like how Queen Rania is encouraging more girls to use social media to share their struggles & solutions for racism, poverty, women empowerment & equality. I think throughout history all over the world, we as women have worked hard to make hard to make our voices be heard. Modern technology such as social media has made it even more possible for us to easily share our thoughts without limitations.

Girls need to know that they can change the world with their unique ideas.

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Queen Rania meets women from Sayyidat Nashmiyyat Group

Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan met women from the Sayyidat Nashmiyyat Group this Wednesday, as part of her efforts to raise awareness of social media and online platforms in promoting positive change in communities and engendering greater social equality and opportunities.

As part of her meeting with the group, Her Majesty also met with its founder, Ms Enas Shahin and listened to her speak about the organisation’s goals and strategies. Ms Shahin primarily spoke of how Sayyidat Nashmiyyat tried to encourage Jordanian women to use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to be more proactive in society, and use those sites as instruments in a constructive manner to promote positive change.

The group also hopes that its efforts will tackle not just women’s issues within their societies, but also other social concerns such as racism, poverty, and inter-religious violence. So far, the group has been radically successful in combating all of these.

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« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2017, 06:29:42 PM »
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Queen Rania discusses educational reform with Jordan’s Lower House Education Committee

On Monday, Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan met with Jordan’s Lower House Education Committee to discuss educational reform, which is something Her Majesty is very passionate about. They spoke about critical issues including raising Jordan’s overall standing in education through teacher training at the Queen Rania Teacher Academy.

MPs who are members of the Jordanian parliament’s education committee were in attendance including Dr Barakat Al Muheirat Al Abbadi, Dr Suleiman Al Zaben, and Dr Safa’ Momani. Student-teachers enrolled in the programme were also there to speak with the assembled MPs, leaders of the Queen Rania Teacher Academy, and Her Majesty.

The meeting began with a presentation from the CEO of the Queen Rania Teacher Academy, Haif Bannayan regarding “the academy’s teacher training diploma program, and its partnerships with the ministry of education as well as local, regional and international universities,” according to a press release sent out by the Office of Her Majesty.

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« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2017, 08:28:31 PM »
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King Abdullah of Jordan decorates medical services with top honour

In a ceremony conducted this past Monday, His Majesty King Abdullah of Jordan awarded the Royal Medical Services (RMS) with the highest military honour he could bestow – the Supreme Commander’s Flag.

Before the Jordanian Royal Family, various high-ranking military officers, and important civil officials, the King presented the RMS the flag in recognition for their diverse services, efforts and contributions to the medical field. The award was granted by His Majesty in his capacity as Supreme Commander of the Jordanian Armed Forces. He was greeted at the ceremony by an official 21-gun salute.

The handing over of the flag is a battle honour and tribute to the services and sacrifices that the Jordanian military undertakes on behalf of the Kingdom of Jordan and is a mark of great respect. It is the equivalent of a Victoria Cross, or the Medal of Honour, but is awarded to units rather than individuals. A seasoned member of the Armed Forces himself, the King is often eager to show his appreciation for the soldiers under his command, and ensure strong ties between the military, the government, and the Jordanian Royal Family.

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Queen Rania of Jordan visits Hashimiyat Al Zarqa

Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan undertook a visit to the Hashimiyat Al Zarqa on Monday. This was done to principally to check up on the progress of a number of small, community-based fundraising projects taking place in the area. Located in the Governorate of Al Zarqa, the projects are aimed towards the improvement of living standards in the area.

The Queen of Jordan was also accompanied during her visit by the founder of the Community Centre Association (CCA) and its President, Dr Firyah Saleh, all of whom toured the Al Hashimiyah Women Society for Social Development with its president, Ms Fatmeh al Jamal. The Women Society provides for the needs of the region’s underprivileged groups, including women, poor families and orphans. It has been in operation since 2010.

After the tour, Her Majesty visited a business workshop conducted by the non-profit organisation Injaz, which offers lessons on how to develop business ideas into ventures that can actually turn a profit, as well as a kiosk run by local resident, Hussein al Hindawi. This was set up with funds from the Royal Hashemite Court (HRC). Mr al Hindawi, who suffers from blindness, has since been able to use the proceeds from his business to help support his family.

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« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2017, 06:22:43 PM »
If King Abdullah II meets Donald Trump while he is in the United States, he will probably challenge his plan of banning Muslims from entering the country. He wouldn't be pleased about how he's judging all Muslims as terrorists or suspicious persons. King Abdullah II is a Muslim & has respect for his religion. He believes that Muslims are genuinely good people & that the terrorists who claim to be Muslim are using just his religion for their own evil agendas. Queen Rania also believes this.

 
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King Abdullah of Jordan to start visit to US tomorrow

His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan will begin a visit to the United States tomorrow, 30 January.

He will be the first Arab leader to meet the new Trump administration. It is unknown if he will meet the President while he is in the country.

The Jordanian embassy said on Thursday, “HM King Abdullah II will start a working visit to U.S. on Monday during which he will meet [with the] new administration & Congress.”

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« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2017, 07:07:29 PM »
I admire Queen Rania's life long dedication to ensuring sure all children in Jordan receive a quality education. She has worked very hard for years to make education a reality especially for disadvantaged girls. Because of her, Jordan is more successful. I think she, Queen Sofia & King Felipe all deserve Noble Prizes for their wonderful accomplishments.

 
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Queen Rania Meets with Academics to Discuss Jordanian Education Reforms

As part of Queen Rania’s lifelong commitments to the improvement of education and standards of living for the people of Jordan, Her Majesty has recently met with a number of high-profile academics and education experts to discuss efforts towards reforming and improving Jordanian educational standards.

A couple of decades ago Jordan was hailed in the region for its high standards of education, making the Kingdom the envy of its peers elsewhere in the realms of academics. However, in recent years their lofty position has started to decline, with the big question being raised by Queen Rania,”Why?”

Her Majesty suggested that there are most likely a number of factors behind the slump in standards, which can all be summed up with the sentiment that Jordan is just in a different place from ten years ago. The population of Jordan is much bigger than it was, the infrastructure is placed under pressure from refugees fleeing nearby conflict zones, and while Jordan is relatively unscathed by the regional conflict of the past decade, it has not been completely unaffected.

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« Reply #5 on: March 11, 2017, 11:43:02 PM »
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Queen Rania awarded Vital Voices Global Trailblazer Award

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan was recognised with the ‘Global Trailblazer’ award in Washington DC on 8 March at the 16th annual Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards. The awards honour female leaders from around the world in the areas of human rights, economic empowerment and political development and are given by the Vital Voices Global Partnership in recognition of international leaders contributions to positive change on both the local and global levels.

In her acceptance speech Queen Rania spoke of the plight of women and young girls in the Middle East who face conflict and instability on a daily basis and the pivotal role education plays to provide them with ‘the knowledge they need to excel’.

She reiterated the importance of communication and collaboration between East and West and urged the audience to view Arab and Muslim women and girls in a different light – recognising their potential and promise and seeing them as ‘purveyors of tangible change’ – in order to help reshape their future.

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« Reply #6 on: March 26, 2017, 08:25:14 PM »
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« Reply #7 on: March 27, 2017, 02:15:47 AM »
It's quite a family tradition. I believe both King Abdullah and his father, King Hussein, attended Sandhurst.
 

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« Reply #8 on: March 27, 2017, 06:08:07 AM »
Yes and I do believe that Hussein's other children and grandchildren have also attended Sandhurst. I have to say that I didn't recognize him at first because he's had a beard for some time now.
 

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« Reply #9 on: March 27, 2017, 06:59:07 PM »
Welcome to twitter, King Abdullah II! I am quite sure you will enjoy the social media website like your wife has.  :thumbsup:

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The King of Jordan joins Twitter

King Abdullah II of Jordan has entered the digital age, having joined social media website Twitter this afternoon.

Under the username @KingAbdullahII, His Majesty joins his wife, Queen Rania, who has been active on Twitter since 2009.

The King’s first tweet was posted in both Arabic and English.

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The King of Jordan claims Turkish President has a hand in terrorism

The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, “believes in a radical Islamic solution to the problems in the region and the fact that terrorists are going to Europe is part of Turkish policy, and Turkey keeps getting a slap on the hand, but they get off the hook”, writes His Majesty King Abdullah of Jordan in a leaked memo.

It is the British newspaper, The Guardian who published the memo from King Abdullah. The memo is around one-year-old, and much has happened since the King of Jordan claimed that Turkey sends terrorists to Europe as part of state policy. Jordanian embassies in London and Washington did not comment on the leaks.

The leaked memo indicates the US lawmakers were personally briefed by His Majesty King Abdullah in January 2016 about plans for Jordan’s special forces to operate in Libya alongside with British SAS-troops. The memo also states that His Majesty met with US congressional leaders which include John McCain and speaker, Paul Ryan.

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Queen Rania Implores Educators to Teach Values of Peace and Co-Existence

Queen Rania spoke at the Teacher Skills Forum opening session on Saturday morning to push educators to teach the values of peace and co-existence in the modern landscape.

“Just by looking around us, it becomes evident that even humanity fails humans sometimes,” the Queen said.

“Uncertainty, doubt, and dejection have dominated conversations everywhere. We are in desperate need for hope and a brighter future, where prosperity can take hold.”

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Daniella Diaz on Twitter: "President Trump and first lady Melania Trump greet Jordan's King and Queen https://t.co/wN0f3Ni5u1"

Video from the White House where the POTUS and FLOTUS met TM the King and Queen of Jordan.

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NBC News World News on Twitter: "First Lady Melania Trump, Queen Rania and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos meet students at an elementary school

Queen Rania, FLOTUS Melania Trump and Sec. of Ed. Betsy De Vos at a local school.

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Jordan’s Princess Dina Mired working to combat smoking of youth in Armenia

Her Royal Highness, Princess Dina Mired of Jordan is in Armenia by invitation of the Yerevan State Medical University (YSMU). Her Royal Highness is the newly appointed Chairwoman of the Union of International Cancer Control. She is a global advocate for Cancer Control and Non-Communicable Diseases.

She visited the Temple of Garni and Geghard monastery while there and was accompanied by YSMU Rector Armen Muradyan. She also enjoyed Armenian music and food.

The Princess told the Armenian News her thoughts on how Armenia is doing to fight the prevention of smoking in the country: “I must say that there is a really well-educated medical staff, the facilities, but we are here to assist Armenia to move forward in the field, and here that base exists. We will, of course, continue our cooperation; however, there is a question over which I and the YSMU Rector agree: Armenia must fight against cigarettes. The tobacco industry that receives money at the expense of people’s health develops many bad ways through which it increases the number of consumers as much as possible. They target youth, make them as lifelong tobacco users. Our country, as well, still has to carry out works on this path, otherwise, no any healthcare ministry will be able to fight against the diseases caused by cigarettes in the future.”

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Queen Rania tours Dana Village in Tafileh

Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan visited Dana Village in Tafileh yesterday calling it a “must visit.”

She also posted on her Twitter account, “Loved touring Dana Village in Tafileh earlier today, as part of the Jordan Trail Association’s Thru Hike – Best of luck to all involved!”

While there, the Queen took part in a portion of the Thru Hike programme; this is organised by the Jordan Trail Association. She was there to show her support for local tourism initiatives which work to improve the lives of those in local communities and eco-tourism.

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Queen Rania interviewed in the UK at Google Zeitgeist

Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan was interviewed on Monday in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, on stage at the Google Zeitgeist.

The Queen spoke to the Executive Chairman of Alphabet Inc., Mr Eric Schmidt about the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis, the popularity of populist parties, education in the Middle East and the backlash against Western globalisation.

Queen Rania has been a passionate advocate for the Syrian refugees fleeing their war-torn homeland. Speaking on this topic, she told Schmidt that the world must “stop thinking of refugees and migrants as a problem and accept the movement of people as the new norm, a by-product of our current global order.” She added that the worldwide humanitarian response to such situations needs to be upgraded to fit with the “21st-century crises with innovative solutions.”

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« Reply #13 on: May 29, 2017, 12:07:27 AM »
It was lovely to see King Abdullah II, Queen Rania and their daughter, Princess Salma at the Independence Day celebrations! Princess Salma has grown into a wonderful young lady. She will go to college soon! I wonder if she is also going to Georgetown University like her two older siblings, Crown Prince Hussein and Princess Iman? I imagine so.

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King and Queen of Jordan attend Independence Day celebrations

Jordan celebrated its 71st anniversary since its independence from the British Commonwealth in 1946 on Thursday, 25 May 2017. As part of the celebrations regarding their nation’s birth as a sovereign country, the King and Queen of Jordan hosted a celebration at Raghadan Palace. They were accompanied by their daughter Princess Salma and other members of the Jordanian Royal Family. As well as marking the birth of Jordan, Their Majesties also took the opportunity to highlight how far the kingdom had come since its inception, and how blessed its is to be possessed of such a stable and unified country in comparison to its neighbours.

As the Jordanian national anthem played, King Abdullah was greeted by a 21 gun salute from the artillery upon his approach to the palace to begin the festivities.

Jordan’s remarkable rise was immortalised through music, dance and media throughout the event, being attended by a wide array of singers and entertainers from the region. Patriotic songs were sung by Lebanese singer Samira Tawfik and Jordanian singer Zain Awad, and a special opera performance was conducted by five-time winner of Arabs Got Talent Emmane Beasha, with accompaniment by the National Music Conservatory. The Jordanian choir Dozan Wa Awtar followed up with further patriotic anthems.

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Queen Rania receives award at the 2017 Fashion for Relief charity gala

The humanitarian efforts of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah were recognised at the 2017 Fashion for Relief charity gala in France on 21 May, when she received an award for her work focusing on children caught in conflict.

Founded in 2005 by supermodel Naomi Campbell, Fashion for Relief was first established to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Since then the charitable organisation has raised funds and supported the combat against for humanitarian and environmental crises around the world.

This year’s gala included a fashion show and auction at the Cannes International Film Festival in support of the Every Last Child Campaign and Save the Children’s work both in Jordan and in areas of crisis around the world.

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« Reply #14 on: August 11, 2017, 07:08:54 PM »
Queen Rania of Jordan at Sovereign's Parade at Sandhurst | Daily Mail Online

Congratulations to CP Hussein! He is one of several Jordanian royals to have attended and graduated from Sandhurst including his father King Abdullah.
 

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« Reply #15 on: August 11, 2017, 08:09:57 PM »
Yes, congratulations to him. The Jordanian monarchy has a long history of attendance at Sandhurst.
 
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« Reply #16 on: August 11, 2017, 10:14:06 PM »
On the big forum I also several photos of the Luxembourg family  at the parade. Henri and Guillaume also attended Sandhurst so I'll look for info on why they were also at the parade.

Jordan News Agency (Petra) |King delivers speech at Sandhurst Sovereign?s Parade as Crown Prince graduates from RMAS (Update)
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« Reply #20 on: September 22, 2017, 01:23:38 AM »
It looks like the Crown Prince is stepping into his duties. He graduated with his Bachelor's degree from Georgetown, completed his course at Sandhurst. Soon they will find him a bride, and he will marry.  :teehee:
 
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« Reply #21 on: September 22, 2017, 03:43:23 AM »
^^^My sincerest hope is that Jordan will remain a moderate nation that is respectful of its traditions but is open to working with its neighbors including Israel. I don't know if the country will remain a monarchy, but if Hussein eventually inherits the throne during a peaceful period for the region, then his grandfather and father can be pleased that their work has paid off.

Yes I do wonder if families are already trying to promote their daughters as a potential bride for Hussein? :crazylove:
 

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« Reply #22 on: September 23, 2017, 01:21:25 AM »
@TLLK Yes, I hope that Joran will maintain what it has already established, what his grandfather and father have promoted. Lol! yes, I'm sure many families are hoping he will be attracted to their daughter, wife of the Crown Prince will be a high-profile role. Look at Queen Raina!
 

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« Reply #24 on: October 11, 2017, 09:06:35 PM »
Vizita regal? în Iordania, sosirea la Amman ?i prima zi a vizitei | Familia Regal? a României / Royal Family of Romania (In Romanian but with good photos)

CP Margareta of Romania and Prince Radu are in Jordan for an official visit. They were met at the airport by King Abdullah's mother Princess Muna.

At King Abdullah I's grave. http://www.romaniaregala.ro/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/4-4.jpg
 

 

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