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Old 03-18-2005, 04:56 PM
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a continuation of news posted by Salma


The King also reviewed the Jordanian investment climate,
which provides various privileges to investors. '' The Free Trade
Agreement with the USA contributed to activating the national
economy, which achieved a 7.5% growth rate last year,'' said the
King, who also noted that the agreement played a major role in
increasing the volume of trade exchange between Jordan and various
parties.

On the regional situation, His Majesty underlined efforts
being exerted by Jordan to achieve a just, lasting, and
comprehensive peace in the region, pointing to the importance of
exerting efforts to end the Palestinian- Israeli conflict and
establish an independent viable Palestinian state.

'' Elections and promoting democracy in the region contribute
to creating suitable climate to implement developmental and reform
programs,'' the King added.

For his part, Cisco Chief Executive</SPAN> John Chambers valued
the role being played by His Majesty King Abdullah II to achieve
development in Jordan and the region. He also pointed that the
trained and qualified Jordanian cadres could make Jordan a vital
center for investments, noting that his company's successful
experiment in Jordan is deemed a model for other companies.



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King Receives Earth tech, Global Energy, and Coastal Corporation Officials</FONT></STRONG>


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King Receives Earth tech, Global Energy, and Coastal Corporation Officials
Washington, March 18(Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah II
received on Friday Chairman of Earth Tech Company Alan Krusi and
deputy director of the Company Richard Larsen.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed a number of
issues concerning water treatment and management</SPAN> as well as
possibility of benefiting from the Company's technical expertise in
this field.
Earth Tech Company, which is one of the pioneering companies
in this regard, is opening its regional office in Amman.
The King also met with the director and the deputy director
of Global Energy Company and discussed with them possibility of
launching projects in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone,
particularly in energy and water treatment fields.
On the other hand, the King met with President of Coastal
Corporation Oscar Wyatt Bill Grant.
During the meeting, investment opportunities provided by the
Jordanian economy were discussed.
Talks also covered possibility of implementing a number of
projects in Aqaba such as petroleum refining project.
Talks were attended by Director of the Economic and
Development Department at the Royal Court Muhammad Rawashdeh.



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King Meets Representatives of International Democratic Groups</STRONG></FONT>


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King Meets Representatives of International Democratic Groups
Washington, March 19 (Petra) -- His Majesty King Abdullah II said
that ''we are continued in our comprehensive reform march in the
political, economic, social and administrative domains'' reiterating
that ''We in Jordan have put criteria for ourselves to develop the
community and to be a model for other countries in the region''.

The King reiterated, during a meeting on Friday with
representatives of the international democratic groups in Washington
which are concerned in human rights, enhance democracy,
transparency and public freedoms, that the Jordanian national agenda
will contribute to building the modern Jordan and achieving the
ambitions of all Jordanians.

''We in Jordan encourage political parties that work
according to clear national programs'', the King added.

King Abdullah said ''We also seek to support the culture of
democracy and enhance the role of political parties and the civil
society institutions to take part in forming the better future''.

The King noted, in the meeting which was attended by
Minister of the Royal Court Samir Rifai and the Jordanian Ambassador
in Washington Karem Quwar, that the previous election experiment
witnessed the engagement of many youth and secreted a number of
deputies who have a great level of education.

King Abdullah reiterated on the necessity of press to have its
controlling role in a frame of the responsible freedom which is
coordinated with the press convention of honour.

His Majesty the King said that the message of Amman that
presents the true image of Islam addresses all Muslims all over the
world to help them to show the tolerance and modernity of Islam and
its call for dialogue and co-existence.

His Majesty added that the Middle East region heads for achieving
reform and enhance democracy in a way to serve the ambitions of its
peoples in progress and development.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Prime Ministry
Affairs and Government Performance Marwan Muasher, said that the
national agenda which remarks the general frame of Jordan for the
next ten years is considered as a governmental approach which
reflexes the executive plans in the political, social and economic
fields, reiterating that the political development and political
reform axis will be one of the main axes of this agenda.


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Jordan going ahead with refrom — King

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HIS MAJESTY KING Abdullah on Saturday reiterated that Jordan was going ahead with political, socio-economic and administrative reform plans. “We, in Jordan, have set standards to develop the community and to be a model in the region,” King Abdullah said at a meeting with representatives of Washington-based international groups advocating democracy, human rights and freedoms.

The King stressed that Jordan's national agenda, expected to be drafted in September, is to contribute to the Kingdom's modernisation and meet citizens' aspirations in enjoying a better living.

Reiterating support for political parties of clear national programmes, the Monarch said Jordan seeks to enhance democratisation and activate the role of the society's institutions for a brighter future.

Highlighting the important role of the youth and women in political development and elections, King Abdullah said it was significant that media outlets carry out their monitoring role in a responsible, professional and ethical manner. He added that the “law has the final say on setting red lines to preserve the freedom of expression as well as freedom of the press.”

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Prime Ministry Affairs and Government Performance Marwan Muasher briefed the meeting on plans to reform the public sector.

Bridging the gap

On Friday, the King said Jordan was leading a process to bridge the gap between East and West and to stand up against extremism and isolation.

Addressing a conference organised by Cisco Systems in South Carolina for major international IT companies, King Abdullah said IT is a key component in Jordan's reform, adding that the Kingdom seeks to use such a technology in development and progress.

Noting that knowledge boosts productivity, the Monarch added that developing the educational curricula in the Kingdom and the utilisation of technology tools in the field, particularly in English language and maths, were to meet international learning standards.

The Monarch urged the companies to invest in Jordan, underlining that the investment climate there offers incentives, including tax exemptions. Cisco, a major partner in the Jordan Education Initiative, has set up an academy in the Kingdom to train students on IT.

The initiative was launched to examine and explore innovative ideas for educational reform to meet the needs of a knowledge-based economy, test alternative models of delivery, and create and facilitate a forum for debate on educational policy development.

Also Friday in Washington, the King met with Earth Tech President and CEO Alan Krusi and Vice President Richard Larsen for talks on issues related to water management and treatment.

Earth Tech, a top international firm in the water, environmental, transportation and construction marketplace, plans to set up a regional office in Amman.

The King also held similar talks with top executives of Global Energy Solutions, a world leading company in pipeline management, which plans to launch projects in Jordan, including a water desalination plant in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone. He also met with top executives of Coastal Corporation.


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didn't see this news on petra, tho it apparently is
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wondering about something. Someone, somewhere, mentioned a 60 minutes segment on the JRF in which some lady apparently pulled QR's hair...can anyone tell me what the context was and what episode of 60 minutes it was? Thanks

why would anyone pull QR's hair--OUCH


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Dont want to sound mean or anything, but does anyone else wonder how beautiful all these queensa nd princesses look in EVERY photo? I mean, even women who i would have thought were fairly ordinary-I dont want to name anyone- have been tranformed into these great beauties as soon as they married a prince. I cant help but wonder how they look great in EVERY picture, when even models have to have several taken and out of those 100 they chose the best one to be published. And those are airbrushed, glossed, etc.How do these ladies do it? I'm sure the news agencies dont airbrush their photos!
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King Abdullah of Jordan is embraced by Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia after receiving an honorary doctorate degree March 21, 2005 in Washington DC. The king spoke of his efforts to encourage peace in the Middle East after receiving his honorary degree.
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King's Address at Georgetown University
Washington/ March 21/ (Petra)--His Majesty King Abdullah II
said despite the world changes, challenges and historic
developments including breakthroughs in human knowledge and
opportunities, daily realities related to poverty, unemployment,
hardship, and relentless conflict have not altered.
In a speech delivered at a special function at Georgetown
University during which the King received an honorary doctorate from
the university in literature and human studies, King Abdullah said
we are living moments of "great potential, for my region and the
world. It can be an era of openness, cooperation and advancement- a
time for ending old divisions and expanding prosperity."
Addressing a gathering of the university professors and
students, King Abdullah said " We will not achieve that potential
until we reach the voiceless majority and give them new reasons to
hope, and meaningful ways to participate economically and
politically."
The greatest challenge of the 21st century development and
reform is to provide people with confidence that the opportunity is
available for all, King Abdullah told his audience.
" Clearly, it is not a challenge for the Middle East alone.
But for those of us in the Arab World, who believe in the future,
who believe in our people - it is a challenge we accept," King
Abdullah said.
The King made it clear that the Arab-Israeli conflict "has
caused major instability in our region." However, King Abdullah
said " Today, we have an unprecedented opportunity...and the friends
of peace need our constant and active support."
The King noted the positive vision put forward by Arab states
in Beirut three years and one to which we remain committed, a
reference to the Arab peace initiative.
Referring to the situation in Iraq, King Abdullah said the
Iraqis need our help as they build security, establish effective
and inclusive institutions and rebuild their historic country.
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King's Address at Georgetown University...1st LD
Following is the full text of the King's address:

President DeGioia,
Members of the Board,
Distinguished Faculty and Guests:

Thank you. I am honored to receive this degree, doubly
honored, to receive it from a university that I attended, and
respect so greatly.
Georgetown University is an enduring testament to the good
that comes, when the doors of scholarship are open to a global
community. By welcoming students from around the world, you have
helped create a truly international dialogue. I am proud to be
counted among you.
I came to Georgetown for graduate studies in 1987. Just
eighteen years ago-and a world away. In 1987, the Berlin Wall was
standing. The Dow Jones Average made headline news by
topping...2000. There was no World Wide Web. No dot-coms, and no
dot-coms crash. Global trade was a fraction of what is today. And
nearly half of the population of today's Arab World had not yet
been born.
Historic changes and challenges. Breakthroughs in human
knowledge and opportunity. And yet, for vast numbers across the
globe, the daily realities have not altered. Their world is one of
poverty, unemployment, hardship, and relentless conflict.
When I talk to people in need, they tell me they want to
hope, they are eager for opportunity, they are ready for better
days. And I can tell you that every time their hopes are
disappointed all nations lose. Because earth's dispossessed are
vulnerable targets for extremists: those who teach that global
justice is meaningless, that satisfaction can come only in violence,
division, and intellectual isolation.
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King's Address at Georgetown University...2nd LD
Dear Friends,
Ours is a moment of great potential, for my region and the
world. It can be an era of openness, cooperation and advancement - a
time for ending old divisions, and expanding prosperity. But we will
not achieve that potential until we reach the voiceless majority. It
is time to give them new reasons to hope, and meaningful ways to
participate- economically, politically, and in shaping our global
culture. Most important, people need confidence that opportunity is
available to all.
This the challenge of the 21st Century development and
reform. Clearly, it is not a challenge for the Middle East alone.
But for those of us in the Arab World, who believe in the future,
who believe in our people- it is a challenge we accept.
More than five years ago, Jordan committed to a reform
strategy that would accelerate the pace of change. We have taken
specific steps to support pluralism, strengthen private-sector-led
growth, and create a renewed social contract. It is a sustainable
process that will build on its own successes- a virtuous cycle of
change.
That means educational programs that equip young people to
succeed in a modern economy. It means human-rights initiatives that
empower women and youth to participate fully in the life of the
nation. It means disengaging government from state media, to support
the growth of responsible, independent press. It means good
governance, to facilitate private-sector job creation and national
economic growth-indeed, last year, Jordanian GDP grew 7.5 percent.
Real change only happens when citizens throughout society
understand and commit to reform. This is one reason effective
reform must be home-grown. It is also why, in Jordan's model,
participation is important at every level. In addition to our
elected national Parliament, we are establishing development regions
across the country, each with a directly elected local council.
Such decentralization will give the grassroots a more direct say in
their own development.
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King's Address at Georgetown University....3rd LD
Most recently, I asked a high-level Committee to set a
national agenda to guide the country in all areas-political,
economic and social. The Committee brings together leaders from
government, the media, civil society, political parties and private
sector.
We believe that Jordan's reform model is relevant to the
entire Middle East. it responds to the challenges and opportunities
of modern world. It takes inspiration and power from our society's
deepest Arab-Islamic values: respect for human dignity, global good
citizenship, tolerance and peace. And we have spoken out very
clearly about these values, in our worldwide Amman Message about the
true Islam.
As President Bush recognizes, reform will take a different
course in each country in the Middle East. In my meeting with the
President last week, we had very good discussions about the progress
that is being made. The Arab World is writing a new future, the pen
is in our hands. But we need and welcome the support of friends
throughout the world.
No-where is that support more important than on the issue of
Arab-Israeli peace. This conflict has caused major instability in
our region. You can't build solid reforms where violent shockwaves
are constantly churning. Make no mistake about it: today, the
enemies of a just peace are enemies of Arab progress. For sake of
the parties, the region, and the world, the time has come to heal
the land.
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King's Address at Georgetown University...4th LD
Today, we have an unprecedented opportunity to move the
process forward. The parties have a greed to the Roadmap. The
international community is on board through the Quartet the G-8. In
London, earlier this month, leading nations committed to helping the
Palestinians create the security and economic opportunity that
progress requires.

Next is hard work to make real history. For that, the
friends of peace need our constant and active support. Let's help
them stay focused on the promise of lasting peace. It is a positive
vision put forward by Arab nations in Beirut, three years ago-and
one to which we remain committed. A sovereign , viable Palestinian
state-one that gives its people the dignity of freedom, and provides
a future of hope. Security guarantees for Israel, based on regional
acceptance and peace, from sea to sea- from Morocco's Atlantic
coast, to the United Arab Emirates' Gulf waters. And a process that
can bring comprehensive reconciliation- one that leads to a
comprehensive settlement that addressed the Syrian and Lebanese
tracks.
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King's Address at Georgetown University....5th LD
Other critical issues, too, need our united support. In
Iraq, the difficult work of reconstruction continues. Iraqis need
our help as they build security, establish effective and inclusive
institutions, and rebuild their historic country. In Lebanon, the
international community must support a peaceful, democratic future.
Globally, we must work</SPAN> together against terror and to bridge
economic and cultural divides.

Education is key. More than ever, people and nations need
knowledge- of our common bonds, of history's shift of humanity's
mistakes and successes. Georgetown University can take pride in its
important role. I was privileged to be here in 1999, for the
dedication of the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies. It is only
one of the many ways that this university contributes to cooperation
and understanding. Let us silence that dialogue. In the days and
years ahead, I urge you to keep your doors open to the young people
of my region.

My friends, our nations and futures are inseparably linked.
Creative thinkers throughout our societies have the power to
transform lives around the globe. It is up to us to open minds and
lives to the promise that our century offers. Together-in the
classroom, in the workplace and in the halls of government-we can
make the promise real.



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King Receives President of the World Bank
Washington, March 21 (Petra)--His Majesty King Abdullah II
received in Washington President of the World Bank James Wolfensohn
during which he reviewed with him scopes of cooperation between
Jordan and the WB, particularly in the economic and tourism fields.
Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister and State Minister for Prime
Ministry Affairs and Government Performance Dr. Marwan Muasher said
in a statement to Jordan News Agency that the US administration,
Congress, civil society and active groups in the fields of human
rights and public freedoms focused during the visit of His
Majesty King Abdullah to the United States, on issues related to
reform and freedoms in the region.
"His Majesty explained the reform approach adopted by Jordan
under the leadership of His Majesty at this stage, particularly the
strategy that will be crystallized for Jordan for the next ten
years," he added. "The King affirmed that what characterizes this
strategy is the fact that is covers all political, economic and
social issues".
The resulting strategy, Muasher added, will by binding for the
consecutive governments, for it is apriority for the Jordanian
society.



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