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Old 11-13-2005, 08:39 AM
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Jordan Announces Capturing the Female Terrorist</STRONG>
Pet0266 4 0132 Jordan Announces Capturing the Female Terrorist Amman, Nov 13 (Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah II declared on Sunday the women who was supposed to bomb her self with her husband in Radisson SAS Hotel in Amman failed in her mission and now she is arrested. Al Qaeda, led by Abu Mossab Al Zrqawi, declared earlier that four people including a women did the attacks on the three hotels in Amman. His Majesty affirmed that the Jordanian intellegence apparatuses are working hard to reveal the identities of those terrorists. //Petra// 131333 Local NOV 2005 
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I Want to congratualte King Abdullah and all Joradanians for this great news,now we know we are safe no matter what happens...they captured the women and got the details of the terrorist act in less than 5 days! The women will appear late tonight to explain the whole details behind this act.
I think A lot of news channels will broadcast it,it will be at about 8pm Jordan time (18.00-GMT)
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Yes, I see also on CNN, after to clock later the assassination attempt.
Oh, its nice you saw Hashim on CNN..I watch CNN for sometime and nowadays I am constantly following the news about the Jordan bombings, but I am not lucky enough to see Hashim on CNN news:( ..I saw Prince Ali and The King on the news feature but not Prince Hashim:(
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King Calls for Setting up Unified Arab Mechanism to Study Means of Terrorist Organizations

King Calls for Setting up Unified Arab Mechanism to Study Means of Terrorist Organizations Amman, Nov. 13(Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah II called on chiefs of Arab police to set up a unified Arab mechanism to study means of terrorist organizations in spreading extremism thoughts. In a speech that was delivered by Prime Minister Adnan Badran on behalf of the King, His Majesty stressed the necessity of fighting extremism thoughts and building a community culture that stands against them. During opening the Arab Police Chiefs Conference in Amman on Sunday,

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Iraqi Woman Confesses on Jordan TV

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this attack is so so horrible, i heard about it days ago, but i can't quite believe it. my sympathy and condolence to all the Jordanian people. I share in your loss, 3 of Chinese citizen were killed in the attack too.

i'm moved by what I saw in the pictures. QR&KA they did great job in giving the people their help and showing their concern. QR was really upset. the Jordanians show great courage and unity in facing the attack. my heart is there with you

i really wish that this kind of attack will end, never happen anywhere to anybody again
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from jordan times...

i thought the photo was beautiful... really shows how much involved rania is with all this as she was seeing this girl all the days she went to see the wounded, and they seem to have become quite close.

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The Queen talks with an injured survivor of Wednesday's blasts as she continues her tour of the Kingdom's hospitals on Saturday (Photo by Nasser Ayoub ) AMMAN (JT) — Her Majesty Queen Rania continued her visits to the capital's hospitals Saturday to follow up on the recovery of those injured in Wednesday's attacks.
During a visit to Al Bashir Hospital, the Queen spoke with patients and offered encouragement to those struggling to come to terms with the tragic loss of their loved ones.
Many of the patients told the Queen of the horrific events that took place on Wednesday evening when three suicide bombers struck the Radisson SAS, the Grand Hyatt and the Days Inn hotels killing 67 people and injuring scores of others.
Speaking with the medical staff, Queen Rania also reiterated the need to deal with the emotional and psychological traumas suffered by the victims through continued counselling and treatment, to enable them to come to terms with the unimaginable and sudden loss of loved ones.
Visiting the Arab Medical Centre, where several of those who were critically injured received treatment, resilient survivors spoke of their determination to resume their normal lives, stressing that the visits and support of Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania had given them the strength to persevere, in spite of the emotional scars brought about by the attacks.
At the Speciality Hospital, Queen Rania met several Arab patients, who were injured, offering them her support and sympathy.
Also yesterday, the Queen visited the Blood Bank, commending the efforts of the medical staff and ordinary citizens who have donated blood to those in need.
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i found this photo of what i think it's princess rym, can't identify the others. please remove it if rh princesses are some kind of different group, but i would say it means royal house princesses...

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i found this photo of what i think it's princess rym, can't identify the others. please remove it if rh princesses are some kind of different group, but i would say it means royal house princesses...

http://www.petra.gov.jo/nepras/2005/Nov/13/2497I.htm
Well,I was just saying today that it looks like Rym doesn't even care for what happend,thank God I was wrong and she's at least out in a parade!
Well,those are Princess Aisha ,Rym and AYah bint Faisal.
I saw the whole thing live on TV it was amazing but I only SAw Princess Aisha,I probably didn't recognize Rym Al-Ali.

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here's the a full coverage of the parade...
It was amazing it left us with tears,they did a great Job (Tareq al-Nasser and Rum group,Amer Al-Khaffash and a few other Jordanian actors,the women who played "Amman" was amazing,she played the role in English and Arabic,the music was so touching and performance was more than great...this shows to the world how civilized we are and how united we are facing such horrible acts!

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Pet1019 4 0609 Hundreds of people in Jordan join in movement Ma'an Madoon - Together Forward Amman/ Nov.13(Petra)-- Hundreds of Jordanians participated today in a silent procession and ceremony - Ma'an Madoon - Together Forward to mourn the tragic events of 9 November 2005 and to demonstrate Jordan's united position with the world against terrorism. The procession was led by a bride dressed in mourning clothes, representing the city of "Amman" and its grief, outrage and despair over the recent terrorist attacks. The bride was accompanied in her walk by children of Jordan symbolizing the optimism of the future and the determination of the Jordanian spirit to overcome this tragedy. The ceremony was held at the Third Circle, with the Grand Hyatt as the backdrop of the event and began with the call to prayer and sounding of the church bells. "Amman" delivered a powerful message to the world, defiant in her courage, channeling grief and suffering into love, hope and light. "My sun still shines, my spirit soars? my heart is open, my soul sings in unison with the world? together we stand, together we walk, together forward, Ma'an Madoon," said "Amman". Two songs were written and performed especially for today's ceremony by renowned Jordanian musician Tarek Nasser and RUM, sending messages of Jordanian's courageous spirit and will to overcome this tragedy. Images of terrorist attacks from around the world were also displayed uniting all people and countries who have suffered the same pain as Jordan. The second song was supported by visuals which evolved into hope and glory. Video clip and email messages from people expressing sympathy and support from around the world were also shown. The ceremony ended with all participants joining together to sing the national anthem of Jordan. The Making of Ma'an Madoon - Together Forward How it began A group of friends, all asking themselves, what they could do to help Jordan, came together on the day after the attacks, and came up with the idea to create the event. Its objective was to allow Jordanians the opportunity to come together to grieve this tragedy, and begin to channel that energy into hope and light, to show the world, the true spirit of the Jordanian people, united with the world against terror. Ma'an Madoon was implemented in 3 days. We thank everyone for their energy, devotion and support. Wardat/Petra 132114 Local NOV 2005 


http://www.petra.gov.jo/nepras/2005/Nov/13/2501I.htm (the women in Black is the one who played "Amman".
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Well,I was just saying today that it looks like Rym doesn't even care for what happend,thank God I was wrong and she's at least out in a parade!
Well,those are Princess Aisha ,Rym and AYah bint Faisal.
I saw the whole thing live on TV it was amazing but I only SAw Princess Aisha,I probably didn't recognize Rym Al-Ali.

let's wait and see if Noor Hamzah will do something.
even if she doesn't care, she wouldn't be the only one. the royal house of jordan is so big and we only saw rania, noor and abdulah doing something. (but actually we can't blame them for that, as they are the most important ones...)

by the way, a little bit offtopic but... was any picture of princess jaliya (if i good remember), the daughter of ali and rym, released? we didn't have any news of her pregnancy except from the announcements of pregnancy and birth...
is it the first time rym goes out on a royal duty after pregnancy?
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even if she doesn't care, she wouldn't be the only one. the royal house of jordan is so big and we only saw rania, noor and abdulah doing something. (but actually we can't blame them for that, as they are the most important ones...)

by the way, a little bit offtopic but... was any picture of princess jaliya (if i good remember), the daughter of ali and rym, released? we didn't have any news of her pregnancy except from the announcements of pregnancy and birth...
is it the first time rym goes out on a royal duty after pregnancy?
Yea, but I think the situation is still delicate,they can't all appear on TV they probably are doing smthing and of course they visited the injured in Hospitals but they didn't show it on the news.

No,we didn't get to see any pics of baby Jalila,as for Rym,she appeared paronizing some event a week after she gave birth....
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Old 11-13-2005, 06:45 PM
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In the coverage on AOL today, it said the woman was pushed out of the ballroom by her husband after she had problems with the detonation device on her belt. She also said they entered the ballroom and saw "a group of children, women and men" so they knew who they were going to hit. This is so utterly deplorable it defies imagination. I hope the experts who have been appearing on CNN, MSNBC and FOX saying this act has created dissention within the ranks of terrorists are correct. Al Zarqawi is apparently increasingly seen as a renegade who is following his own agenda--and that is murder for the sake of murder. It's alway interesting to me that the madmen who mastermind these attacks put others on the front lines and never try to "sacrifice" themselves. Apparently, their belief in their cause is not so great they feel it's worth it.
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I actually thought, as the media was saying a over the past day or two, that the woman died with her husband. But as it turns out, she's alive.
Is she the wife of the man who ordered an orange juice at the hotel, tried to diffuse his bomb and when it didnt work, he went out to make some adjustments, and went back in after 15 minutes and then blew himself up.

I saw King Abdullah's interview on CNN last night and he was quite blunt at one point about the sort of people that carry out suicide attacks. He said something that many in the media have mentioned since the attack took place, which was what sort of person goes into a hotel, sees a wedding party, full of innocent men, women and children, and decides to blow them up? KA said that all these people want to do is to kill Muslims. Which is true because there was a group of westerners in the hotel, very near the wedding party. Yet the suicide bomber chose to kill the wedding party, instead of the westerners.
One can only wonder at the minds of these people. I am very glad the female bomber was arrested. There are pictures of her on Petra. I hope she can give the Jordanian authorities the information they need to prevent such attacks in the future.


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My understanding is that the man who was at the bar and then left to correct some problem with his detonation device was at the Day's Inn and this was at the hotel hosting the wedding reception, the Hyatt? While her statement is a bit scattered, the part that I found particularly horrendous is when she stated they entered the ballroom of the reception and saw "children, women and men" and tried to position themselves so the maximum amount of damage would occur. But for the fact her device did not go off, the death toll would be even higher. And, from her statement, they deliberately targeted the party--seeing little children and fellow muslims there! (I say "fellow muslims" but the truth is they are obviously not one with those of their faith--if it is their faith). Deplorable and hideous! And, yes, I, too, am glad they caught her after she admitted to "running out with the crowds." I wonder why she ran if she wanted to die in this monstrous display of evil! What is the penalty in Jordan for participating in this crime? What is the penalty for those who may not have been there but conspired? If anyone knows, I'd appreciate the information. One would think the death sentence would be the penalty....but I don't know if that is the case in Jordan.
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Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi, 35, made her statement hours after being arrested by authorities tipped off by an al-Qaida in Iraq claim that a husband-and-wife team participated in Wednesday's bombings at three U.S.-based hotels. The attackers killed 57 other people at the Radisson SAS, Grand Hyatt and Days Inn hotels.
Al-Rishawi's brother was once the right-hand man to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian leader of al-Qaida in Iraq, said deputy premier Marwan Muasher. He said the brother, Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi, was killed in the former terrorist stronghold of Fallujah, Iraq.
Officials believe al-Rishawi, who entered Jordan from Iraq on Nov. 5, may provide significant information about the operations of al-Zarqawi's group, which claimed responsibility for the hotel bombings, Jordan's deadliest terrorist attacks. The group said the attacks were retaliation for Jordan supporting the United States and other Western powers.
Al-Rishawi was shown on state television wearing a white head scarf, a buttoned, body-length dark denim dress, and belts packed with TNT and ball bearings. Muasher told CNN the belts were captured with her.
Al-Rishawi said she and her husband, Ali Hussein Ali al-Shamari, 35, were wearing explosive-laden belts when they strolled into a Radisson ballroom where hundreds of guests, including children, were attending a Jordanian-Palestinian wedding reception.
"My husband wore a belt and put one on me. He taught me how to use it, how to pull the (primer cord) and operate it," she said, wringing her hands.
"My husband detonated (his bomb). I tried to explode (my belt) but it wouldn't. I left, people fled running and I left running with them."
Muasher said al-Rishawi's husband noticed her struggle and pushed her out of the ballroom in order not to attract attention before blowing himself up.
After a second showing of the tape, a TV announcer cited security officials as saying the woman gave no further details because "she was still suffering from the shock of the blasts and her subsequent arrest."
Al-Rishawi was arrested Sunday morning at a "safe house" in the same Amman suburb where her husband and the other two bombers rented a furnished apartment, a top Jordanian security official said.
Jordanian security was tipped off to her presence by al-Qaida in Iraq's claim of a female bomber, the official added, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to journalists. The group apparently assumed she was killed in the blasts.
"There were leads that more people had been involved, but it was not clear that it was a woman and we had no idea on her nationality," the official said.
Al-Rishawi, who is from the volatile Anbar province town of Ramadi, west of Baghdad, said on state TV that she entered Jordan from Iraq four days before the attacks with her husband and two other men using fake passports. She said they rode across the border in a white car with a driver and another passenger.
"My husband arranged our trip from there, I don't know," she said, adding that they rented a furnished apartment in a middle-class suburb of western Amman. She said bombers took taxis to the hotels.
Jordan officials confirmed the three bombers were Iraqis. Al-Rishawi did not name the other two, but Jordanian authorities identified them as Rawad Jassem Mohammed Abed and Safaa Mohammed Ali, both 23.
Muasher said investigations showed no Jordanians were involved, but several local followers of al-Zarqawi have been arrested.
King Abdullah II told NBC's "Meet the Press" that "all Jordanians are unified, in that they want the people who are responsible for these crimes to be brought to justice."
"If we know where they are, even if it's beyond the borders of Jordan, we will give it the best shot possible to bring these people to justice," he said.
Jordanian counterterrorism officials believe al-Rishawi could provide significant leads into al-Zarqawi's whereabouts and his terrorist operations in Iraq.
But the officials, insisting on anonymity because of the sensitivity of their positions, also fear her capture may spur al-Zarqawi to avenge the arrest with more attacks in Jordan or against Jordanian interests abroad.
Al-Zarqawi, who traveled from militant training grounds in Afghanistan to Iraq before the U.S.-led 2003 war, has been sentenced to death in absentia here for terrorism-related crimes. He has vowed to topple the kingdom's moderate Hashemite rulers. The U.S. government is offering a $25 million bounty for information leading to his capture.
Residents of Iraq's Anbar province said al-Rishawi comes from a clan living mostly in Ramadi, an insurgent stronghold about 70 miles west of Baghdad.
Ironically, the clan, known variously as the Burishas and the Rishawis, is known for its good ties with the Americans. Its members include Iraq's defense minister, Saadoun al-Dulaimi, who visited Jordan on Sunday.
Al-Dulaimi offered Jordan his government's support in the bombing probe and warned that unchecked violence in Iraq will spread terrorism across the region.
He also accused Syria of letting Islamic extremists train on its soil and enter Iraq to carry out terrorist attacks. The United States and Iraq have repeatedly called on Syria to lock down its borders and stop al-Qaida extremists from entering Iraq.
During a tour of the Radisson on Sunday, former President Clinton offered his support to "defeat this kind of destructive terror that murdered children and other innocents."
Muasher said the hotels were chosen because they were "easy targets," referring to the lax security before the attacks. Security measures have been increased.
The wedding was targeted because the bombers wanted to "inflict the biggest number of casualties and victims," Muasher said. The security official said the Radisson also was targeted is because it is a favorite for Israeli tourists.
The bomb strapped to al-Rishawi's husband was packed with the powerful explosive RDX and ball bearings and designed to kill as many people as possible, Muasher said.
The bombing has raised fears that al-Zarqawi's terror campaign has gained enough momentum to spread throughout the region.
Despite the Iraqi involvement, Muasher insisted relations with its eastern neighbor are unlikely to suffer.
"It's true that the terrorists are Iraqis, but this doesn't mean that the Iraqi government is involved or condones such actions," he said. "We all know that the (Iraqi) government suffers from this group."
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King, Queen Receive Clinton & his Spouse

His Majesty King Abdullah II and Her majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah on Sunday received former US President Bill Clinton and his spouse Hilary Clinton, who expressed their profound condolences for Jordan leadership and people on the victims of terrorist attacks that targeted Jordan last Wednesday.

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Princesses Aisha, Rym, and Ayah al-Feisal take part in a rally (Petra)

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thanks for these pics, humera!
is that really Princess Rym? how come she looked so different, somehow so tired... the new baby and this terror effect seemed to have effect her so much.
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There was an article about the bombing in the Sunday Times in Perth Australia, and it had a large picture of Queen Rania sympathiseing with victims and i think it showed her in tears. It was quite the pic
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