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No idea why the people in this region believe that the change is better ,,, and no idea why the people following some countries in region has been ruined because of that change and I bet no one of these countries will be better than past ,,, unfortunately from worse to worst ,, I'm not understanding this point , how they taking wrong examples and follow it

I wish people of Jordan become wiser and stop protesting to keep their country safe ,,,, because the change will ruin their country as other countries in region has been ruined .
As a Jordainian it must be frustrating and worrisome for you. In an article I read peopke were angry about the price of petrol skyrocketing. One man was quoted that if the King didn't do something then he should get out. What I don't understand is how do people think that getting rid of the King help with fuel prices. Do people really think that they would be better off without him? Fro what I have heard the King is one of the more stableand least reactionary of the various rulers in the Middle East.
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As a Jordainian it must be frustrating and worrisome for you. In an article I read peopke were angry about the price of petrol skyrocketing. One man was quoted that if the King didn't do something then he should get out. What I don't understand is how do people think that getting rid of the King help with fuel prices. Do people really think that they would be better off without him? Fro what I have heard the King is one of the more stableand least reactionary of the various rulers in the Middle East.
I'm not Jordanian , but I live in Jordan since 11 years old ,,,, I really don't understanding that too ,,, the government wasn't unfair to rise the fuel prices it was one of the solutions ,,, Jordan is in critical situation , have lots of debts ,, and I believe that the government they working hard to find some solutions to rescue their country ,,,, I really not understand what Jordanians looking for ,,,, ok that they are angries because they can not handle high prices ,,, but this is not the fault of the king ,,, whole world is suffering from economic crisis ,,,, and unfortunately The economic crisis has had a negative impact on Jordan significantly ,,,, and the government of Jordan suffering of that , & trying to getting out of the crisis ,,,,,,, why Jordanian blam the king no idea
and yes I believe too that king Abdullah he is good ruler ,,, the people should look at the wealth of the country before judging the ruler ,, and Jordan is a poor country soo he can not do much good things as gulf countries dose .
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Queen Rania is now in Paris
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What is HM doing there? .. Any idea?
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Queen Rania is now in Paris

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i think this absolutely not the perfect time while the Jordanians angry from the government and the king
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Queen Rania is now in Paris
since when?
is she there to attend something or just holiday?
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Old 11-22-2012, 04:03 AM
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Hopefully not another shopping trip. Bad timing if it is.
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King, UN official discuss closer cooperation in humanitarian fields

Amman, Nov. 26 (Petra)--His Majesty King Abdullah II on Monday met with UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos, who is currently on a visit to the Kingdom to check on conditions of Syrian refugees.
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HM King Abdullah patronizes military graduation

Jordan News Agency (Petra) |King patronizes graduation ceremony
King attends military course graduation ceremony | The Jordan Times

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I guess the king is a bit relieved now !

Jordan secures financial assistance from Saudi Arabia | The Jordan Times
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Abdullah has been talking, at least to the western media, for a couple of years now about the need for constitutional reforms and increased democracy in Jordan but has he taken any concrete steps in this direction or is it all just talk? I would have thought the disturbances in the region would have given him some incentive to play the democratic leader, as well as giving him some political cover at home and abroad. At least if real power rested with Parliament then the politicians would become to focus of the peoples anger/frustrations and the King and his family could be seen as being above day to day politics.
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Queen Rania meets volunteers of Family Kitchen food bank
Amman, Dec 3 (Petra) -- Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah met today with founding members and a group of volunteers from the Family Kitchen organization which packages and redistributes excess foods from top hotels, fine restaurants and bakeries as high quality meals to some underprivileged families.
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Queen Rania is now in Paris
These are the things which enrage people like hell. They will start propaganda that she is living a luxurious life travelling and shopping all over the world when people are suffering here. And she will be likened to Marie Antoniette.
I seriously feel JRF needs to get a very good PR setup. They are very very bad in that.
They should first of all potray that the whole family, mainly Hamzah is with the King fully.
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Queen Rania meets with representatives from various charitable associations in Wadi Al Seer
Amman, Dec. 4 (Petra)-- Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah visited today the Wadi Al Seer Women Association, one of the oldest associations in the area established in 1963. The Queen also met with board members of the Anwar Al Huda Islamic Society, and Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein Kindergarten, a project done by the Circassian Charitable Society.
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Queen Rania meets with Jordanian winners of international teachers' competition
Amman, Dec. 9 (Petra)--Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah met with two teachers today who won the top prize in the category of "extended learning beyond the classroom" at the 8th Annual Microsoft Partners In Learning Global Forum, held in the Czech Republic capital Prague.
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King urges youth to participate in elections, decision-making
Amman, Dec 10 (Petra) -- His Majesty King Abdullah II on Monday said the youth are the key engine that drives the development process and the vehicle and purpose of development.
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