Queen Rania’s Exclusive Interview With AlArabiya

  November 1, 2013 at 1:00 pm by

AlArabiya broadcast aired last Sunday and Monday an exclusive interview with Queen Rania of Jordan. The interview, which is the first of its kind with an Arabic television, was presented by AlArabiya’s famous Jordanian journalist, Montaha Alramahi.

During the first part, Queen Rania expressed her vision for education in the Arab world. Her Majesty talked about the urgent need for what she called “education revolution”, women empowerment, polarization and youth unemployment in the region. The second part of the interview was broadcasted on Monday and tackled the Queen’s personal life, her role as Queen in Jordan and abroad.

In addition to this, it also covered corruption rumors spreaded against Her Majesty and members of her family during the past three Arab spring years.

The full interview is available on Queen Rania’s youtube channel with English subtitles.

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3 Responses to Queen Rania’s Exclusive Interview With AlArabiya

  1. Lowell says:

    What about addressing the anti-western, anti-Christian, and anti-American indoctrination that permeates the education systems throughout the entire Arab world and find their expression in school books that brainwash the young minds of the next generation?

  2. Lady Daphne says:

    Rania lives in two worlds. I hope she is espousing the Western way of life, in which she spends a great deal of her time. Surely she doesn’t want to live the crushing Arabic style.

  3. NATALYA says:

    In Her Majesty’s interview I have heard the answers to the questions about how to harmonize the uneasy situation in the Arabic world. Her Majesty’s way of vision of things seems to me correct and promising. Thank you !

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