Latest in Blog Posts

Photo Galleries

Video Galleries

MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2009, 06:24 PM

My name. Your space.

Well, it’s been a long time coming, but we’re up and running now.I hope you enjoy the new look and feel of www.queenrania.jo.

It might have my name on it, but this is your space too. It’s a place where you can contact me directly…give me feedback… post photos… blog back…debate ideas…be part of a global campaign…suggest things for me to do and see…learn more about education…exchange information…and take action on issues we both care about it.

C’mon! What have you got to say for yourselves?

Have a look at My 5 for some inspiration…

Comments (260)
To leave a comment, please login or register »
DW Duke
Saturday, September 1, 2012

Shabbat Shalom on 13 Elul. Let us recognize a person of humility and kindness, Queen Rania Al Abdullah. She is a loving person who reaches her heart to everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity or origin. Blessings upon her forever and upon her faithful and devoted husband King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein. May they guide and teach those who seek an answer to the sadness within.

DW Duke
Saturday, April 28, 2012

And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.
Khalil Gibran

jaspel@hotmail.com
Thursday, October 20, 2011

Dear All,

I was so moved by the book 'Mornings in Jenin' by Susan Abulhawa that I would like to do more.
Is there an organisation in London helping Palestinian refugees that I could join to help?
Blessings
Andrea from London
Twitter: Andrea Bosanac@jaspel2

fatima ibrahim
Friday, October 7, 2011

Dear my Queen Rania
My Queen since I have seen you in my university and you are my inspiring even there is many meters between us, Jordan has given me a favor because of the ownership of an honor with out them I couldnt continue my dream thank you my town Now I am graduate of mechatronics engineering, I wont talk about me only friends, brothers will face good job that is all I am asking, is it too much!My family is waiting a lot from me and I am waiting too, Jordanian woman get involved help her self to have a decent life and later to her children is it my big dream it is hard to see your dreams gone with the wind Thanks my Queen for time Fatima_ib89@hotmail.com

DW Duke
Wednesday, September 14, 2011

It seems that the gross domestic product in Jordan is higher than I thought if children aren't excited about an easy $100. Maybe we should increase the positive reinforcement. How about the winner gets $100 and an opportunity to meet the Queen. Well, I can offer that but somebody can. :)

DW Duke
Sunday, September 11, 2011
webmaster
Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Hi Omar,
Can you please send me moe information about this internet venture to webmaster@queenrania.jo?

Thank you.

omarmasrur
Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Your majesty...I know this may not work but may I request an audience to share with you an internet venture that empowers 1+ billion parents of K-10 children globally to improve education outcomes for their children. My email is omarmasrur@gmail.com. Sincerely,

DW Duke
Monday, August 29, 2011

Has everyone heard this precious treasure performed by Eric Proffitt before the United Nations as an anthem for victims of human trafficking? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pm7vyEYJAmY

A little boy asked me "Why do they call him Eric Proffitt? Is he a prophet?"

I said, "He would say 'no,' but who really knows?" "_"

DW Duke
Monday, August 29, 2011

Indeed, hints are welcome. Here is a page that gives another big clue: http://www.queenrania.jo/gallery/image Here is another: http://www.queenrania.jo/gallery/image?page=1

I know there is a young person in Jordan (or elsewhere) who would enjoy this incentive possibly as an initial investment on a college fund. :) Come on kids, I want to get rid of this $100. bill that is burning a hole in my pocket. :)