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Old 09-30-2004, 06:06 PM
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King Receives Participants in the medical assistance and Emergency Seminar

Amman, Sep. 30(Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah II
received on Thursday at the Royal Court participants in the
emergency and medical assistance seminar, which was organized by the
national committee for medical assistance and emergency.

The King hailed the vital role of the Royal Medical
Services, calling on the medical services to set up plans to train
their cadres with a view to enable them treat the various cases.

During the meeting, which was attended by King's special
advisor, Yousef Dalabeeh, Minister of the Royal Court Samir Rifai,
and Health Minister Saeed Darwazeh, the King stressed the importance
of cooperation and coordination between the Royal Medical Services,
the Civil Defense Department, private sector, universities,
and the public sector to develop the emergency and medical assistance
fields.
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Old 09-30-2004, 06:08 PM
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King Meets Notables from Zarqa

Amman, Sep. 30(Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah
II stressed that a new hospital will be established in Zarqa in the
site of the military camps.

Upon his meeting with notables from Zarqa on Thursday at
the Royal Court, the King said that the project of developing and
rehabilitating the site of Zarqa camps receives special attention
and priority, particularly that such a project would contribute to
declining population density and developing the governorate.

King Abdullah noted that he instructed the government to
increase allocations for the upcoming two years concerning the
implementation of projects and programs with a view to fight poverty
and unemployment.

On the other hand, the King pointed to the necessity of
working on finding solutions for the environmental problems. King
Abdullah also affirmed the importance of investing youth
capabilities in the developmental process, stressing that involving
youth in the vocational training programs could contribute to
qualifying them and developing their skills.

During the meeting, which was attended by Prime Minister,
Faisal Fayez, King's special advisor Yousef Dalabeeh, Minister
of the Royal Court Samir Rifai, King's advisor for tribal affairs
Sharif Fawwaz Bin Abdullah, Minister of Planning and International
Cooperation Basem Awadallah ,and Interior Minister Samir Habashneh,
Zarqa's notables highly valued King Abdullah's efforts that aim at
achieving development in the Kingdom.
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Old 10-02-2004, 12:32 AM
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King to Open Faces of the Orient Exhibition in Berlin next Week
Amman, Sep. 30(Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah II and
German President Horst Kohler will open Faces of the Orient
Exhibition in Berlin on Oct. 7th.

The exhibition, which will show 700 artifacts, will last until
the beginning of next year to move to the city of Bonn in the spring
2005.

German ambassador to Amman Klaus Berkhart held a press
conference on Thursday in which he said that this occasion is an
opportunity for the Europeans to look into the ancient
cultures through the Jordanian heritage. '' Jordan and the Middle
East are amongst the ancient civilizations in the World,'' the
ambassador added.

A number of specialized lectures and seminars will be held on the
sidelines of the exhibition with a view to familiarize German tourists
with the Jordanian culture.
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Old 10-02-2004, 05:28 AM
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The King of Jordan gave children’s entertainers The Singing Kettle a blank cheque after their guitar and props went missing on the way to a special show for the royal family in the Middle East, writes Michael Alexander. The Fife-based quartet had been personally invited by King Abdullah Bin al-Hussein and Queen Rania al-Abdullah to sing at their daughter’s fourth birthday party when their luggage went missing between London Heathrow and Amman.

The luggage arrived next day — too late for their show — but not before a member of the royal household had taken them to a local toy store and told them to buy whatever they needed.

In an exclusive interview today, just hours after their return from the Middle East, Artie Trezise, a member of the Kingskettle group, told the Telegraph, “We’d just come off an international flight with only four hours sleep when we discovered our luggage was missing.

“It wasn’t ideal, but we were whisked off to this toyshop by a member of the royal household and given an open account.

“We had only one kettle in our hand luggage, but because we knew what we were looking for, we used our creative abilities to put together what we needed and changed the script around our new props.”

Artie said that generally the trip went “very well”. The group were treated like royalty themselves, with people “dropping everything” to help.

Several weeks ago the group were astonished to get a phone call from the King of Jordan’s officials, asking them to the royal palace in Amman.

Artie’s wife, Cilla Fisher, folk singer turned children’s entertainer, took the call on her mobile. It turned out to be a royal command from King Abdullah.

The award-winning group flew out last Sunday, courtesy of the King, to the hilltop Raghadan Palace, the official residence of the Jordanian royal family.

There, they started their famous “Spout, handle, lid of metal” routine for birthday girl Princess Salma.

The entertainers played an hour-long set of some of their best-loved songs for the Princess and 20 of her friends and close family.

Artie said, “It went down really well. Salma’s fourth birthday was on Sunday and her older sister Iman had her birthday on Monday, which is when we did the show in the palace garden. They had friends and relatives there including their brother Prince Hussein and the King and Queen. They were all very approachable and very nice. We had long chats with them.”

Treated like VIPs throughout, Artie said the King also laid on chauffeur-driven trips for them to the Dead Sea and the Roman city of Jaresh.

They also made friends with one of the royal nannies, who comes from South Queensferry.

King Abdullah — who trained at the elite Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, in Camberley, Surrey — still has contacts with the area and heard about the Scots performers when they had a show in the town.

The King, who is a frogman, pilot and freefall parachutist, has three children to Queen Rania, and they are all big fans of The Singing Kettle.

Artie said, “The Queen’s pregnant, so we might get a whole new generation of Singing Kettle fans out there, but we’d love to go back as tourists. “It was a beautiful country and while there was a fairly high police presence on the streets, there were no obvious security problems. It seems the Muslim and Christian population lives together quite well. The people were superbly friendly, whether in upmarket hotels or in the local street markets.” The Singing Kettle return to earth with a bump tomorrow and Sunday when they play shows at 12 noon and 3pm in the Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline. The next few weeks will see shows in Falkirk, Inverness and England before the Christmas season starts in mid-November.
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Old 10-02-2004, 05:05 PM
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King Tours Checks Some Projects in Aqaba

Aqaba/ Oct.2(Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah II toured
some tourists projects in Aqaba Special Economic Zone(ASEZ) on
Saturday.
The King expressed his support to these projects which
create more job opportunities to Jordanians and spur tourism in ASEZ.
His Majesty gave his directives to increase the
implementation such projects which they go in hand with sustainable
economic development that Jordan works hard to achieve it and more
over they enhance the partnership between private and local sectors.
ASEZ is a hub for Arab and international tourism and investments.
The tourists projects the King has visited embodied the
Arab and Islamic pattern.
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Old 10-03-2004, 04:37 AM
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ROME, ITALY: King Abdullah II of Jordan (L) is greeted by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in the courtyard of Chigi Palace prior their meeting in Rome 28 September 2004. King Abdullah II left his country for two-day working visits to France and Italy for talks on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. France and Italy have both appealed to Jordan to help win the release of two French journalists and two Italian aid workers abducted by separate militant groups in Iraq.
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Old 10-03-2004, 04:41 AM
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Paris, FRANCE: French president Jacques Chirac (L) welcomes Jordanian King Abdullah II at the Elysee Palace in Paris 28 September 2004. King Abdullah is due to visit Italy after completing his visit to France today. Holding elections in Iraq whose outcome could not be disputed is "impossible" in the current chaos, according to King Abdullah II of Jordan in an interview in the French daily newspaper Le Figaro published today.
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Old 10-03-2004, 05:27 PM
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King: The Continuation of the Israeli Arrogance Does Not Serve
Peace
Amman, Oct. 3 (Petra)--His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed
that Israel's continuation of its arrogance, its assassination and
mass killing of Palestinians, as well as the destruction of
properties and infrastructure in the Palestinian lands, do not serve
peace.
During a meeting at the Hashemite Royal Court with a delegation
from the British Royal Defence Studies Academy, the King said that
such acts will increase the cycle of violence, instability as well
as the phenomenon of extremism in the region.
"The Palestinian cause is the first central issue in the Middle
East region and solving it in a just and comprehensive way forms a
priority for us in Jordan, His Majesty said during the meeting,
which was also attended by the King's Special Advisor, Yousef
Dalabeeh, Royal Court Minister Sameer Rifai and Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Khaled Jamil Sarayreh.
King Abdullah called on the Palestinian authority to solve its
internal disputes and unify its efforts to achieve aspirations of
the Palestinian people, and be an active partner in the peace
process.
His Majesty also called on the international community to
provide every possible support to urge the Palestinians and
Israelis to return to the negotiating table and pledge to implement
the roadmap. "Jordan supports efforts being exerted by the current
Iraqi government to end violence and chaos in all Iraqi cities," he
said, stressing the importance of standing by the Iraqi people and
enabling it to reconstruct a unified Iraq that enjoys security,
stability and democracy.



//Petra//
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Old 10-03-2004, 07:25 PM
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Queen receives UAE envoy

Her Majesty Queen Rania on Sunday receives the envoy of HRH Sheikh Zayed Ben Sultan Al Nahayan, president of the United Arab Emirates, His Excellency Ali Ben Salem Al Kabi, who delivered a letter to Queen Rania from Sheikha Fatmeh Bint Mubarak, wife of Sheikh Zayed and head of the Women's General Federation of the UAE (Photo by Nasser Ayoub)
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Old 10-04-2004, 08:15 PM
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Old 10-05-2004, 03:37 PM
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King Calls on Israel To End Its Military Operations in Gaza

King Calls on Israel To End Its Military Operations in Gaza
London, Oct. 5 (Petra)--His Majesty King Abdullah II called on
Israel to immediately stop its military operations and withdraw its
forces from the Gaza Strip.
During talks in London with British Prime Minister Tony Blair,
His Majesty affirmed that the rise of violence in the Palestinian
lands threatens the peace process as a whole.
"Reviving the faltering peace efforts in the Middle East requires
a serious and quick act with all concerned parties, including the
International Quartet and the international community with a view to
put an end to the suffering and rising of violence in the
Palestinian territories," King Abdullah added.
His Majesty called on the Palestinians to work seriously to
unify their ranks and efforts to create a relevant climate to return
to the negotiating table and formulate their future far from
violence and bloodshed.
During the talks, the King and the British prime minister
affirmed that the roadmap is the only way to reach a just and
comprehensive solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict through
implementing its items that are based on the establishment of an
independent Palestinian state living side by side with Israel.
King Abdullah stressed, during the meeting, which was attended
by His Majesty advisor for security affairs and director of the
Intelligence Department, the ministers of the Hashemite Royal Court
and planning and international cooperation, Jordan's ambassador in
London and a number of Blair's advisors, that the establishment of
peace in the region is the only way to limit the phenomena of
extremism and terrorism, which started to threaten the world's
security and stability.
His Majesty called on the international community to move
quickly to enable the region's peoples to live in peace and
stability.
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Old 10-06-2004, 04:24 AM
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BERLIN, Germany: Jordan's King Abdullah II (C) and his wife Rania visit with German President Horst Koehler and his wife Eva (R) the exhibition "Faces of the Orient" 07 October 2004 in Berlin's "Old Museum". The exhibition presents 10.000 years of art and culture of Jordan and will run thrugh 09 January 2005. The king said after meeting German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer that despite the current violence in Iraq he was hopeful the elections could take place in four months' time.
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Old 10-07-2004, 08:14 PM
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King, Queen Return Home

Amman, Oct. 7 (Petra) -- Their Majesties King Abdullah II and
Queen Rania Al Abdullah returned home after a working visit to
Britain and Germany.

His Majesty the King reiterated during his talks with British
Prime Minister Tony Blair that the rise of violence in the
Palestinian lands threatens the peace process as a whole.

The King called on the international community to help both sides
the Israelis and Palestinians to go back to peace talks as soon as
possible.

Talks also touched on the situation in Iraq, His Majesty affirmed
Jordan's commitment and determination to assist the Iraqi people and
enable it to overcome the difficult circumstances it is passing
through.

cooperation relations between the two countries and ways of
enhancing them in the different fields were also discussed.
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King Holds Talks in Germany

Berlin, Oct. 7 (Petra) -- Within the active movement of His Majesty King Abdullah II in Europe to urge the EU countries to exert their utmost efforts to stop the escalating violence in Palestine and move the peace process forward, the King, accompanied by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah, held talks Thursday with President of Germany Horst Koehler and German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer.

During the talks, which were attended by Minister of the Hashemite Royal Court Sameer Rifai, Minister of Foreign Affairs Marwan Muasher, Jordanian Ambassador in Germany and a number of German senior officials, the King affirmed the necessity of the international society's commitment to establishing an independent Palestinian state.

The King said that the only way of solving the Palestinian- Israeli conflict is the two-state solution which live side by side in peace and security, stressing that achieving this comes through the commitment of the two sides, the Palestinians and Israelis, to implement the roadmap.

King Abdullah called for an immediate halt of violence in Gaza, expressing that the continuity in building settlements and the separation wall hamper any progress to reach a just and comprehensive peace.

The King also called the EU and the international community to shoulder their responsibilities to put an end to the deteriorating situation in the Palestinian lands, stop violence and end the suffering of the Palestinian people due to the Israeli practices.

His Majesty noted that the instability, chaos and violence in the Middle East region, which resulted from failure to reach just and comprehensive solutions especially in Iraq and Palestine, increase extremism and terrorism, a fact which requires unifying efforts to store peace and security for the peoples of the region, affirming that Islam is a religion of tolerance and dialogue and it has no relation to terror, which Jordan condemns in all its forms.

Concerning the situation in Iraq, the King affirmed that Jordan exerted all efforts to support the Iraqi people and government to achieve stability and security as soon as possible with a view to enable Iraq regain its normal positions and effective role in the region.

King Abdullah called on the international community to further support the Iraqi government in its efforts which aim to achieve peace, rebuild Iraq and build its institutions, stressing the importance of security in Iraq with a view to hold elections over Iraq.

King Abdullah's talks with the German president and foreign minister also touched on ways of enhancing the bilateral ties especially in the economic and trade fields. Both sides had identical views toward continuing work to develop cooperation relations in all domains.

The King expressed appreciation for Germany for its support to Jordan in implementing its economic and social programs that aim to achieve sustainable development in different sectors.

On their part, German president and foreign minister hailed Jordan's determination, under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah II, to achieve peace in the region.

They highly valued the friendship relations between Jordan and Germany affirming that Germany will continue supporting and enhancing its relations with Jordan.

They also hailed the economic programs implemented by Jordan to develop its national economy which are a model example in the region.

King Abdullah stressed, in statements to Agence France-Presse (AFP) follwing his meeting with Fischer, that we are committed to support the temporary Iraqi government to make the security situation in Iraq more stable.

The King affirmed that he will meet with Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi soon to discuss with him ways of supporting Iraq with a view to help it hold elections in January, 2005.

King Holds Talks..............2nd LD

German Minister of Foreign Affairs, Joschka Fischer said, in a statement to the Jordanian Television and Jordan News Agency //Petra//, that its is a great honor for us to meet with His Majesty King Abdullah, adding that we have a strong friendly relation and ties in the different spheres.

concerning the Iraqi issues, Fischer said that the situation in Iraq is complicated, expressing hope that Iraq regain its stability and the Iraqi government play its political role.

Fischer also hailed the ties between Jordan and Germany adding that we highly value the role of Jordan in the region. He also reiterated his country's and the EU countries readiness to continue presenting aid that include developing tourism, trade, and economic in Jordan.

On his part, Foreign Minister Marwan Muasher said that the statements of Israeli Prime Minister's advisor make us wonder about Israel's commitment to the roadmap and the peace process.

Muasher added that His Majesty the King explained the situation to Fischer, the King affirmed the necessity of hard working,especially after the American election, with a view to fasten the peace process and reach a just solution.

He also pointed that the king touched on the bilateral and economic ties between Jordan and Germany.
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Old 10-07-2004, 08:24 PM
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King Opens Faces of the Orient Exhibition

King Opens Faces of the Orient Exhibition
Berlin, Oct. 7 (Petra) -- Their Majesties King Abdullah II and
Queen Rania Al Abdullah opened Thursday evening, in the presence of
the German President Horst Koehler and his wife, 'Faces of the
Orient" exhibition which reveals 10,000 years of art and
human culture from Jordan.

On display would be about 700 pieces representing the main
historical ages of the civilizations which existed in Jordan.

Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Alia Bouran said that the
exhibition reflexes the public and official interest of the people
of Germany of the eastern peoples and their contributions in
supporting the human civilization.
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Old 10-10-2004, 04:07 PM
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whatever happened to the Arab Women's Summit?
The last one was in 2002. Has Rania completely abandoned the event or has it merely been postponed because of the Iraq situation?
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I notice QR wear more black since she appears pregnant (except in the last wedding ceremonies) !
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King Receives Amr Mousa

Amman, Oct. 11 (Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah II on Monday discussed
with Secretary General of the Arab League Dr. Amr Mousa the latest developments
in the Middle East especially the Palestinian issue and the exerted efforts
to find comprehensive solutions for the conflicts in the region.
During the meeting which was attended by Minister of the Royal Court
Sameer Al Refai, His Majesty affirmed the necessity of the commitment
of the Palestinians and the Israelis, in implementing the road map stressing
that the rise of the acts of violence threatens the establishment of an
independence Palestinian State.
King Abdullah urged the Palestinians to intensify their efforts to
form a clear vision and to implement the reforms which enable them to
be active partners in the peace process.
The King pointed out that Jordan, through its continued efforts and
its relations with the International community, spares no effort to revive
the peace process and to help the Palestinian people.
The two sides also discussed the latest developments regarding the
Iraqi issue and means of restoring security and stability in the Iraqi
territories.
For his part, Mousa briefed the King on the efforts of the Secretariat
General of the Arab League to put an end to the situation in the region.
He also reviewed the efforts being exerted to develop the Arab League
and to activate its role in all fields.
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