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Old 11-06-2004, 05:16 PM
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MECCA, SAUDI ARABIA: Jordan's King Abdullah II meets 06 November 2004 with Saudi King Fahd bin Abdel Aziz (R) in Mecca. The talks focused on ways to further cement bilateral ties and on latest developments in the region, the official Petra agency said.
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A picture provided by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) shows Jordan's King Abdullah II (C) and Prince Ali (L) arriving 06 November 2004 in Jeddah before heading to Mecca to perform the minor umra pilgrimage and to hold talks with Saudi officials. King Abdullah will have "talks with King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz on latest regional developments and bilateral relations," the official Petra agency said.
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King's remarks in the News Xchange 2004

Amman, Nov. 18 (Petra) -- His Majesty King Abdullah II said that we are energizing our economy, achieving structural reform and working for stable, democratic political life, pointing that the lasting peace is deep change and deep change does not come overnight.
King Abdullah's remarks came in a speech at the News Xchange 2004 conference, which is being held in the Bulgarian city of Algarve. The conference is one of the most important media conferences in the world, in which more than 500 of world's top
broadcast professionals take part.

The King reiterated that laws have been drafted to liberalize the media sector in Jordan and to open the public airwaves to private TV and radio stations.

King Abdullah affirmed that Islam is a religion of peace, rooted in core values of tolerance and respect for others, adding that the vast majority of today's Muslims expect themselves to be full partners in our 21st century, on the basis of peace and shared respect.

Regarding the role which the Arab media plays in the success of the regional reform and peace, His Majesty warned that extremisms don't seek dialogue but they seek platforms and exposure and that responsible journalists deny it to them.

As for Iraq, His Majesty reiterated that there be a rebuilt, violence-free, democratic and sovereign Iraq is urgent for not only the region but also the whole world.

Regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict King Abdullah affirmed that this conflict untold suffering to the parties and held back the regional development, noting to the commitment of the Arab countries to a balanced and lasting solution based on a two-state solution.

Following is the full text of the King's speech

King's Remarks............1st LD

Thank you all, It's a pleasure to join the world's topbroadcast news professionals. I've had the privilege of being interviewed by more than a few of you. And my country has been honored to host many of you and your colleagues during the last few
years. I'm grateful for your hospitality today.

I understand that my time with you this morning is listed on your agenda as a keynote address. But I've learned enough from my friends in the broadcasting world to know that you don't want to sit for 20 minutes looking at talking head. So, if I may, I'd like to make just few remarks, and then I hope we can have some interaction
back and forth.

First, let me say that every one of you is part of an extraordinary enterprise, an international dialogue of tremendous scope and power. Through your work, the people of the world had unprecedented access to information and ideas. And your viewers want to share in that larger world. To benefit from modern knowledge and
opportunity. And more, to share in the benefits of justice and peace.

So how does our world expand its promise, to those who are left out? I've suggested before that we face a great choice in this century. In one direction is a world of freedom and openness- a human community based on respect for others and growing opportunity.
The other direction is the way of the extremists, toward a world of violence and division.

I believe in progressive chance. And I believe that for this to happen, we need thoughtful journalists and credible sources of news more than ever. Today, the camera lens is the eye, not of the cameraman, but of millions of viewers watching over his or her shoulder. And we count on the global media to keep the focus clear.
The challenge is, to see beyond the surface. To avoid distortion.
And to translate, not only between languages, but between cultures and communities- especially, today, Muslims and non-Muslims worlds.
Only a few years ago, such dialogue was rarely discussed.
Today building bridges is a major issue. We human beings have an
urgent need to understand each other better, to speak to each other
more responsibly, to avoid easy categories and avoid inflamatory
rhetoric.

King's Remarks...............2nd LD

In the past few years, I 've talked often about Islam as a religion of peace, rooted in core values of tolerance and respect for others. Islam's historic dynamism made my region a pioneer in civic development and scholarship- and by the way, paved the way for Western development as well. I've tried to express what the vast majority of today's Muslims expect themselves to be: full partners in our 21st century, on the basis of peace and shared respect.

Speaking out on these issues is my responsibility, not only personally, but as a citizen of the Arab Islamic world. And there are millions more who share my belief in the values and the future of our region. Jordan has led the way, with structural reforms. We
are energizing our economy. We are working for stable, democratic political life.
And we have put significant emphasis on human rights. A new Human Rights Center has been established to act as an ombudsman. In the area of the media, we are enacting laws to restructure state media organizations, and disengage the government from direct control. Laws has been drafted to liberalize the sector and to open
the public airwaves to private TV and radio stations. And we abolished the Ministry of Information.

We know there is work ahead. Lasting change is deep change, and deep change does not come overnight. But Jordan has made its choice, for progressive reform, optimism, and peace. And many throughout the region agree.

Let me say, I am delighted that News Xchange 2004 is highlighting the role of the Arab broadcast media. The Arab media has an important role if regional reform and peace are to succeed.
Dispassionate, knowledgeable reporting, fairness, credibility-these are all essential to constructive public dialogue. Extremists don't seek dialogue, they seek platforms and exposure. Responsible journalists deny it to them, just as they deny the hatred and
violence terrorists incite.

I cannot talk about our region without discussion the subject of peace. I know you're all closely following events in Iraq. It is urgent for the whole region, the whole world, that there be a rebuilt, violence-free, democratic and sovereign Iraq.

King's Remarks................3rd LD

The Arab Israeli peace process is also critical. This conflict is the central challenge of our day - not just in the region but around the world. It has brought untold suffering to the parties. It has held back regional development. And it is causing worldwide collateral damage - including extremist violence and a serious loss of faith in international justice.

In 2002, the Arab countries committed themselves to a balanced and lasting solution. It was a milestone proposal: Real security for Israel to live in peace with its neighbors. A sovereign, viable, democratic and contiguous Palestinian state. And a process that leads to a comprehensive settlement, based on a two-state solution, addressing the Syrian and Lebanese tracks.

The parties agreed to the goals. The G-8 supported them. Now it's time for some hard, focused work to make it happen. At Yasir Arafat's funeral, world leaders came together with a new sense of urgency about fulfilling the dream of an independent Palestine and
peace. I have urged the international community, especially the United States, to take the lead in moving the parties forward. Now, I urge you, as news professionals, to help the world's leaders keep their eyes on the prize. Ordinary people on both sides, Israelis and Palestinians alike, are crying out for peace.

Listen to them. Listen to their hopes. Help them speak louder than tanks and bombs.

Let me close by joining you in paying tribute to a special group of your peers- the reporters and cameramen and translators and others who have been killed doing their job. Many broadcast professionals have gone into danger to get the news in conflict
zones and areas of crisis. Some have taken these risks to cross divides, to make sure they are hearing the whole story.

I Know this conference is going to be looking closely at safety issues, and the welfare of journalists and their families. To me, the greatest honor I can pay them, and all of you, is to continue the work for peace. I believe we will succeed.

Thank you very much.
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Old 11-28-2004, 11:44 PM
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Al Awadi Praises Queen Rania Al Abdullah's Efforts

Al Awadi Praises Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah's Efforts

Manama/ Nov.27(Petra)-- The Higher Council of Bahraini Women
Secretary General Lulwa Al-Awadi praised Hr Majesty Queen Rania Al
Abdullah's exerting efforts which came within her persisting efforts
to contact all segments of Jordanian society related to women and
children affairs.
"Jordan witnesses active women movement
and women in Jordan became a true partner for man that becomes clear
through her participations in the advanced political position in
Jordan through General Federation for Jordanian Women(GFJW), Awadi
told reporters on the occasion of the conclusion of first session
of the Higher Council of Bahraini Women chaired by Sheikh Sbika Bint
Ibrahim adding that the Higher Council of Bahraini Women looks
forward to further cooperation with Jordanian women corporations to
benefit of their experiences.
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Queen Rania inaugurates the Country's First Intel Computer Clubhouse

AMMAN/Nov.29(Petra) - Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah on Monday inaugurated the country's first Intel Computer Clubhouse - an after-school program set up to provide community-based technology-learning programs, enabling youth in underserved areas to acquire the tools necessary for personal and professional success.

Established in partnership with the Intel Corporation, the International Youth Foundation (IYF), the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD) and the Museum of Science-Boston, the Intel Computer Clubhouse, set up at Queen Zein Al Sharaf Institute for Development in Hashmi Al Shamali, will serve young people aged 10-18 providing them with access to high-tech equipment,
professional software and volunteer mentors to help them develop the self-confidence and enthusiasm for learning they need to be successful in the future.
Queen Rania commended the establishment of the Computer Clubhouse, highlighting the importance of such facilities and the resource they constitute for Jordan's future generation.

"Thanks to the dynamic and proactive combination of the International Youth Foundation and the Intel Corporation, we now have a state-of-the-art computer clubhouse for Jordan's youth. Enabling and encouraging our young generations to access the vast opportunities in the world of information technology is one of the greatest gifts we can give them," Queen Rania said.

Queen Rania, who serves on the IYF Board, toured the clubhouse and discussed with students the opportunities it provides and the skills they learn through the facility which has been provided with state-of-the-art equipment. Based on the Computer Clubhouse learning model created by the Museum of Science, and the MIT Media Laboratory in 1993, the Intel Computer Clubhouse in Jordan is part of a network of more than 90 Clubhouses worldwide.

The philosophy of the Intel Computer Clubhouse is based on providing a supportive learning environment where youth build skills and self-confidence, as well as a future, working together with adult mentors who provide inspiration and serve as role models.
Mrs. Farah Daghistani, Executive Director of JOHUD, described the launch of the Intel Computer Clubhouse as "a milestone and an extraordinary opportunity for the young people of Jordan."

"We take pride in what has been achieved and the commitment of everyone to provide y0uth a place to interact with one another, have an outlet for their creativity and gain valuable insight as to their own worth and future prospects," she added.
In his remarks, IYF President and CEO David Hornbeck thanked the partners in the project and underlined the IYF's appreciation for Queen Rania's leadership in ensuring young people in Jordan have greater access to educational opportunities,
especially around information and communications technology.

"We have benefited greatly from her wisdom and passion that she brings to the critical issues facing youth today. Queen Rania has made "closing the hope gap" an underlying goal of her efforts here and around the world - a mission I heartily endorse," Hornbeck told attendees. Queen Rania inaugurates Kingdom's first Intel Computer Clubhouse

Queen Rania meets officials from Intel Corporation, International Youth Foundation and Boston Museum

Amman/ Nov. 29/ (Petra)-- Her Majesty Queen Rania Monday met President of the International Youth Foundation (IYF) David Hornbeck, Vice President and General Manager of the Intel Corporation, Europe, the Middle East and Africa Christian Morales and Regional Coordinator of the Museum of Science-Boston Ms. Ingeborg Endter. The meeting, held in presence of Executive Director of the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development(JOHUD) Mrs. Farah Daghistane, comes as part of Queen Rania's efforts to enhance partnership between international organizations and similar organizations in Jordan.

Talks during the meeting focused on ways to benefit from technology expertise of international organizations for the development of local community in Jordan and to help equip the youth sector with necessary high tech with a view to benefit from their
potential and creative skills.

Earlier on the day, Queen Rania inaugurated the country's first Intel Computer Clubhouse- an after-school program set up to provide community-based technology-learning programs, enabling youth in underserved areas to acquire the tools necessary for personal and professional success.

The Clubhouse is established in partnership with Intel Corporation, the IYF, JOHUD and the Boston Museum. Located at Queen Zein Al Sharaf Institute for Development, the Clubhouse will serve young people aged 10-18 providing them with access to high-tech equipment, professional software and volunteer mentors to help them develop the self-confidence and enthusiasm for learning they need to
be successful in the future. Injadat/ Petra

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Queen Rania meets officials from Intel Corporation, International Youth
Foundation and Boston Museum
Amman/ Nov. 29/ (Petra)-- Her Majesty Queen Rania Monday
met President of the International Youth Foundation (IYF) David
Hornbeck, Vice President and General Manager of the Intel
Corporation, Europe, the Middle East and Africa Christian Morales
and Regional Coordinator of the Museum of Science-Boston Ms.
Ingeborg Endter.


Rania looks beautiful in those pictures, absolutely radiant. I love her hair. She's been wearing gorgeous coats lately.
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Old 11-30-2004, 03:31 AM
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That means that Farah Daghestani still live in jordan and not in saudi after her marriage!

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The meeting, held in presence of Executive Director of
the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development(JOHUD) Mrs.
Farah Daghistane, comes as part of Queen Rania's efforts to enhance
partnership between international organizations and similar
organizations in Jordan.
queen rania in the celebration of the 25 anniversary of the royal society of arts. Princess Dr. Wijdan Ali heads the society. within 550 person many princes attended in addition to the prime miniters , ministers, senators and representatives.
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some pics from the opening of the computer clubhouse

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Polfoto 29-11-2004 In this photo released by the Jordanian Royal Palace, King Abdullah II of Jordan, left, receive interim Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, right, in Amman, Jordan, on Monday, Nov. 29, 2004. Mahmoud Abbas led the delegation for talks in Amman on ways to revive Mideast peace efforts.
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LMAO i was thinking the same thing when i saw that picture LOL:p
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I read in the forum she wears black and long coats to hide her pregnancy. I would image women are happy to show their pregnancy not the opposite. But maybe she does because it's the fourth child not the first, or because black in winter is warmer
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actually, lots of women wear black during their pregnancy, ie. Catherine Zeta Jones, Julia Roberts etc. Its more slimming.
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Polfoto 01-12-2004 In this picture released by the Royal Palace King Abdullah II of Jordan, left, shakes hands with Iraqi interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, right, in Amman, Jordan Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2004.
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I think it doesn't matter the colour of her clothes, withe, red or black she always looks very elegant and beautiful.

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KA doing some good. Please read below:

Winter Coat Campaign kicks off in Madaba

His Majesty King Abdullah launched the 'Winter Coat Campaign' on Thursday during a visit to the Ghernata Basic School for Boys in Madaba Governorate, 30 kilometres south of Amman. The campaign, which is expected to last for ten days, will cover around 2,000 schools. A total of 186,000 coats will be distributed to first to sixth grade state school students. During the visit, the King ordered officials to make sure no school student is left out without a coat this winter. Accompanying the King on the visit were his special adviser, Yousef Dalabih, and Royal Court Minister Samir Rifai (Photo by Yousef Allan)

Royal decree bestows title of maali on Malkawi

AMMAN (Petra) — A Royal Decree was issued on Thursday granting Mohammad Yousef Malkawi, currently an advisor at the Royal Court, the title of maali as of Dec. 3.

What does "maali" mean?
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AMMAN (Petra) — A Royal Decree was issued on Thursday granting Mohammad Yousef Malkawi, currently an advisor at the Royal Court, the title of maali as of Dec. 3.

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Maali is a title one get when become a minister, or in the level of minister.
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King Launches "Winter Coat" Campaign for School Students

King Launches "Winter Coat" Campaign for School Students
Madaba, Dec. 2 (Petra)--Within the attention given by His Majesty King Abdullah II to school students and his continuous keeness to inspect their conditions, His Majesty launched today "the Winter Coat campaign" that includes the distribution of 182,000 coats to public and military culture schools in various parts of the Kingdom at His Majesty's own expense.
The campaign started at the Ghirnatah school in the Madaba governorate where the King distributed coats to its students to protect them against winter.
King Abdullah's endowment, which comes as a personal donation from His Majesty to school students, will include, over ten days about 2000 schools for boys and girls from the 1st grade to the 6the grade in remote areas.
His Majesty, who was accompanied by his personal advisor Yousef Dalabeeh, Minister of the Hashemite Royal Court Sameer Rifai and Minister of Education r. Khaled Touqan, listened to the needs and demands of some students.
Minister of education for his part thanked His Majesty for his endowment, oting that it reflects the care and attention given by the King to students.
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