Prince Ra’ad Honors Memory of Victims of Amman Bomb Attacks
HRH Prince Ra’ad bin Zein, Chief Chamberlain, attended a ceremony at the Amman Martyrs Site on Monday, marking the fourth anniversary of the Amman bombings. Also attended the ceremony a number of ambassadors, survivors of terrorist attacks around the World and Deputy Mayor of Amman, Amer Al Bashir.
The Amman bombings were a series of coordinated bomb attacks on three hotels in Amman, which claimed the lives of 87 people, 70 of them Jordanians, and injured 115 others.
Deputising for Queen Rania, Prince Ra’ad, announced the launch of the Global Survivor Network (www.globalsurvivors.net), an international network which will give help to victims of terrorism around the globe.Filed under Jordanian Royals
Tagged Anniversary, Memorial, Prince Ra'ad, Terrorism.
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