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carlota 10-10-2007 06:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Humera (Post 677799)
Here's an article:

Queen Rania reunites mother and son after 25 years


isn't she amazing? :wub:

Little_star 10-10-2007 07:06 AM

That is such an inspirational story and I'm sure to a certain degree has even more meaning for Rania who has family in the West Bank.

Little_star 10-10-2007 07:08 AM

I love the recent photos from Sweileh, talk about taking a hands-on approach!

Lady Jennifer 10-10-2007 08:14 AM

Such a wonderful article. There is a link to HELLO! about it as well: Queen Rania turns Oprah to reunite mother and son on TV

I wonder if the mother will stay with her son in Jordan for awhile? Or if she will be able to move there to be closer to him.

Little_star 10-10-2007 11:43 AM

Rania's video message for Peace One Day 2007
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Joumana 10-10-2007 11:43 AM

دار ال*ياة - Dar Al Hayat

https://pdf.lahamag.com/pages/10-2007/368People01.pdf

dazzling 10-10-2007 05:19 PM

Queen Rania Joins 600 Children across Jordan in Their Activities</STRONG>

Amman, Oct. 10 (Petra) -- Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah spent the afternoon entertaining almost 600 underprivileged children from all of Jordan at the Children’s Museum.

Queen Rania, who is the Chairperson of the museum’s Board of Trustees, brought together 120 orphans and 550 children from less fortunate areas of Jordan, for an eventful storybook reading and a tour of the museum - full article


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King visits army headquarters - article
King Makes Phone Calls with Number of Leaders - article

Little_star 10-11-2007 10:32 AM

I love the photos from the museum trip, some of the children look like they're having so much fun!

Humera 10-11-2007 07:32 PM

When it was first announced around two weeks ago that Queen Rania was adopting four schools in order to refurbish them, I actually thought to myself wouldn't it be amazing if Rania actually turned up at the schools with a paintbrush in her hand? and she actually did!
I had no idea it would all happen so quickly though. Its always good to see royals making good on their promises.

The Children's Museum was an amazing idea too. Since its opening less than six months ago QR has made several personal visits to the Museum, with her own family and with kids from all over Jordan. I love follow-up visits, QR makes a lot of them.


This event is from more than a week ago (October 2) but was missed somehow so Im posting it now:

JRF holds annual Ramadan fundraiser

AMMAN (JT) - The Jordan River Foundation (JRF) on Tuesday held its annual Ramadan fundraiser event, whose proceeds will be used to support JRF’s different programmes and projects across the Kingdom.

The event, attended by Her Majesty Queen Rania, who chairs the foundation, was held to empower the JRF and to strengthen relations with its various sponsors, both individual and corporate. Jordan Times
  • Photo - Queen Rania and her mother
October 10 - Princess Ayah visits Anas bin Malik Orphans centre

Humera 10-11-2007 07:43 PM

Queen Rania supports Toys of Hope, calls local FM station

Amman, Oct. 11 (Petra)-- For a child, having a small toy to play with is usually a welcomed break from homework and chores, but for thousands of underprivileged children this Ramadan, the gifts they will soon be receiving as part of the Toys of Hope initiative will be bringing immeasurable happiness and hope.

Hearing about the initiative through the many promotions created by Play 99.6 FM, a local Jordanian radio station, Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah called into the station's morning show, Thursday to voice her support for the project.

. . . Earlier this week, Her Majesty had stopped by a nearby supermarket with one of her daughters to drop off a generous donation of toys. When asked about it on air, the Queen said, "It was such a rewarding experience to feel that you're doing something good. You've managed, through a very simple project, a very simple idea, to capture what Ramadan is about it's about compassionate giving and caring for others and to really channel that spirit into something very productive and positive. So I hope through your initiative you've managed to bring a lot of 'play time' to all of our children." Petra

Tomorrow (Friday October 12) is the first day of Eid in Jordan and in most of the Middle East, hope you all had a wonderful Ramadan!
:flowers:Eid Mubarak everyone!:flowers:

clymne 10-12-2007 05:00 PM

YouTube - Queen reunites mother son

Here's the link to a 10 minutes video with queen Rania appearing with mother and son in the tv show.

Rossina 10-12-2007 05:50 PM

Great vidio thank you .....
you can see the programe again on tv today
JR tv 6 am GMT ..... 9 KSA :: ::
New tv 9 am GMT .... 12 Ksa
:flowers::smile::flowers::flowers::smile:Eid Mubarak :smile::flowers::smile::flowers:

dazzling 10-13-2007 10:54 AM

King performs Eid prayer among worshipers - article
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King & prince Hamzah

salma 10-15-2007 03:09 PM

Hands-on Rania turns painter during her schools crusade

Little_star 10-24-2007 06:32 AM

Some more photos of Rania entertaining children at the Children's Museum, Amman
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Jordanian queen keeps audience of 700 children entertained

Jordanian queen keeps audience of 700 children entertained

Humera 11-08-2007 05:34 PM

Ramadan: 2006 and earlier
 
Welcome to the Ramadan: 2006 and earlier thread.

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Ramadan 2007

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Little_star 09-01-2008 12:47 PM

King exchanges good wishes with a number of Arab leaders on the occasion of Ramadan
Jordan News Agency - Petra - King exchanges good wishes with a number of Arab leaders on the occasion of Ramadan

Humera 09-02-2008 06:52 PM

Iftar at the Childrens Museum of Jordan
 
Queen Rania breaks fast with three hundred underprivileged children, opens Ramadan tent to offer light entertainment to thousands of disenfranchised youth

Amman, Sept. 2 (Petra)-- Between stilt walkers, clowns and magicians, Tuesday, sat a very happy and entertained Queen Rania surrounded by over three hundred children as they waited to break their fast on the second eve of Ramadan.

. . . Queen Ranias uber-playful tent was set up to give different groups of underprivileged children the opportunity to enjoy special and exciting iftar evenings during the Holy month of Ramadan. Petra

also from Jordan Times


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Humera 09-03-2008 02:08 AM

A Jordanian family shakes hands with King Abdullah II (C) and his Prime Minister Nader Dahabi (R) as they inspect a local market in Sahab, east of the capital Amman, on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on September 1, 2008. On the first day of Ramadan, Jordan reduced prices of fuel derivatives by around six percent to help cashed-strapped citizens cope with soaring prices, which more than doubled since last year.Bakhata Mahmoud (R), 75, speaks with King Abdullah at her home during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan in Amman September 1, 2008. Muslim tradition calls on its faithful to perform charitable work including alms giving and caring for the needy.
King Abdullah smiles to crowds after visiting 75-year-old Bakhata Mahmoud at her home during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan in Amman September 1, 2008.

Mademoiselle Lilo 09-03-2008 09:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Humera (Post 818255)
Queen Rania breaks fast with three hundred underprivileged children, opens Ramadan tent to offer light entertainment to thousands of disenfranchised youth



thanks for photos lovely captions of QRania with children.
her face,hmmmmm.......little white than usually.


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