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Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah is a mother, a wife, a boss, an advocate, and a humanitarian.

She once said, “I just wake up and feel like a regular person. At the end of the day you are living your life for the people that you represent. It’s an honour and a privilege to have that chance to make a difference – a qualitative difference in people’s lives – and it’s my responsibility to make the most out of that opportunity.”

For that reason, Queen Rania spends much of her time listening to and talking with the people of Jordan, to learn from them the best way to improve their livelihoods and Jordan’s prospects.

Queen Rania spearheads efforts in Jordan to adopt a holistic approach to national education, encouraging agencies and organizations to work on classroom quality, teaching standards, computer access, family involvement, community investment, and health awareness. Through initiatives, like Madrasati and the Teachers Academy, Queen Rania is helping Jordan’s children get the best start in life by repairing and revamping local schools, while inspiring teachers to be their best.  She believes that the power of partnerships between the public, private, and non-profit sectors is a source of great potential for change in Jordan’s education system.

The Jordan River Foundation (JRF) is Queen Rania’s NGO that gives a helping hand to the disadvantaged in Jordan.  For over ten years it has provided families with skills and knowledge to work themselves out of poverty. Today, it partners with the private sector and entire communities to bring resources, energy, and change to the lives of vulnerable citizens, empowering and inspiring them to believe they can make a difference for themselves and their loved ones.  JRF is also recognized as a leader in the region for its achievements in protecting children.  From rescuing abused children to healing whole families, JRF is now a centre of excellence, sharing its knowledge and know-how with others in and outside of the country.

Abroad, Queen Rania works for greater global action on access to quality education, and in her capacity as Eminent Advocate for UNICEF and Honorary Chairperson for UNGEI, she campaigns on behalf of children in need. She also participates in international gatherings, such as the Clinton Global Initiative and the World Economic Forum, of which she is a Board Member. As an Arab, Muslim woman, Queen Rania is committed to reconciling people of different faiths and cultures by encouraging cross-cultural dialogue, particularly amongst young people.

Her Majesty is author of the New York Times Best Seller, ‘The Sandwich Swap’, a children’s story about two young girls, Lily and Salma, who learn the value of diversity by exchanging food at school. Queen Rania is also the author of two other stories, ‘The King’s Gift’ and ‘Eternal Beauty’.

A keen runner, and seeker of good jogging tunes, Queen Rania enjoys spending time with her family and friends in Aqaba, where she can relax and get into a great book. She also makes a mean chocolate chip cookie.

Her Majesty is married to King Abdullah II ibn Al Hussein of Jordan, they have 4 children: Prince Hussein, Princess Iman, Princess Salma, and Prince Hashem.

 

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LoyalJordanian
Thursday, February 24, 2011

Dear SAJU JOSEPH,
Jordanians love their King and Queen BUT needs to communicate with them directly like what we are doing in this forum.
So PLEASE let the internal matter of Jordan to Jordanians. We are suffering here and facing discrimination every day in jobs and education quality not you. So again PLEASE you can talk about the Queen as an international figure BUT do not try to talk about an internal situation that you do not live DAILY.

We need our rights, these are NOT INITIATIVES, these are BASIC RIGHTS OF GOOD EDUCATION, EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES for work and living not added benefits. If someone do not know how to really fix his/her inner home how would he/she fix the world??

Thanks,

saju
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Please see the press release by Jordan royal family. Some selfish people trying to defame eminant person like queen Rania for their own benefits by complainiing without any proof

PRESS RELEASE
Royal court denies Jordan tribes targeting queen
(AFP) – Feb 11, 2011

AMMAN — The royal court has strongly denied an AFP report in which it is stated that major tribes, the bedrock of Jordan's regime, have accused Queen Rania of corruption.

A palace statement condemned "in the strongest possible terms, the completely erroneous and defamatory statements about Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan" contained in the February 9 report.

The report, it added, "contains serious allegations against Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah and the Yassin family in which there is no truth whatsoever."

The AFP report quoted a joint statement issued by "36 tribal leaders" earlier in the week in which they sharply criticised the queen.

"We call on the king to return to the treasury land and farms given to the Yassin family (of the queen). The land belongs to the Jordanian people," the statement read in part.

The royal court said the 36 people who signed the statement "are not leaders of the tribes to which they belong, and they do not represent the tens of thousands of people from these proud Jordanian tribes."

The palace statement added: "Amongst several other false allegations, the report claims that land and farms belonging to the Jordanian people were given to the Yassin family."

It said a check with the land registry would have shown the allegations to be unsubstantiated.

It also rejected a reference in the statement by the 36 signatories to unconfirmed reports that the queen's office had helped 78,000 Palestinians obtain Jordanian nationality between 2005 and 2010.

"This is a false accusation," the royal palace statement said. "These rumours should have been checked with the Ministry of Interior, whose official records would have proven they are totally baseless."

saju
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Some people claim that they are representing all the community and commenting about Visionaries like Queen Rania? World admiring people like Queen Rania and their works toward education and humanity.

World is with you Queen Rania..we are all with you.Don't be disappointed...continue with your educational and humaniterian works

SAJU JOSEPH
Dubai
MAIL : saju.com@gmail.com

LoyalJordanian
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Dear Queen Rania,
I would like to suggest that you watch this video and get the lesson from it, money will never give you security or respect. ONLY the real work for the people will do so.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP5fmJtoPdc&feature=related

Most of the Arab leaders are the same, they suck people’s money and dreams, now the economy is so tough where many people has no jobs, the corruption does not work anymore, if they are not removed from control now, they will be next month, or next year or any time soon. It will happen; this is a logical consequence of what they are doing.
We Jordanian have one enemy: CORRUPTION, not one person in particular but ALL corrupted people who are stealing our dreams and future.

YubiKane
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Your Majesty,

You are sooo cool!

MariaNimri
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Your Majesty, it is truly an honor to say you are such an inspirational figure in my family's country.
-Maria Nimri

LadyC
Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Your Majesty, here in Ontario Canada we have many muslim women. I would like to know in your opinion how I can best serve these new Canadians in a kind respectful way?
Respectfully yours
LadyC

Taghrid
Sunday, February 13, 2011

We love you your Majesty and you will always be our role model in our lives..god bless you

Taghrid Dmour

PeterAttwood
Sunday, February 13, 2011

You are certainly a beautiful and charming woman, but like other forms of wealth, such things are dangerous. I have not seen what you have to say about the Egyptian people and their having shaken off Mubarak, but I hope you are considering the importance of taking care to consider the poor, not to live in luxury at their expense, and not to flaunt your success. The proverb is true: He that raises high his gate is seeking destruction."

Also, one must take care not to bring shame on people, as Mubarak did by cooperating with the Israelis in tormenting the people of Gaza, in order to suck up to the American empire. It is disgraceful for Jordan to have served, like Egypt, in torturing people on behalf of the Americans. There can be no honor in such conduct.

And, finally, there is no need for a law consigning people to punishment for criticizing the royal family. Even God submits to being criticized and resisted. The proper way to deal with criticism is to learn from it to learn to live above reproach, not to throw people in jail for what they say. Shutting people up for speaking against us is to court self-deception, which eventually leads to ruin.

Faisal Aserhan
Friday, February 4, 2011

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
والصلاة والسلام على سيد المرسلين محمد عليه الصلاة والسلام
مولاتي حضرة صاحبة الجلالة الهاشمية الملكة الانسانه والأم الحنون رانيا العبدالله حفضها الله ورعاها بمكنون رعايته انه هو السميع المجيب.
بإصرار جلالتك على المضي قدما في سبيل الرقي بهذا البلد الشامخ ونيلك من دعوات الأمهات وإحساسك بقلوب وتطلعات الأردنيين، فقد تحقق لجلالتك مكانا راقيا في قلب كل أردني نشمي وكل أردنيه حرة شريفه . لن ننس وقوفك إلى جانب الطلبة والأيتام والفقراء والمرضى، ولن ننس سهرك المتواصل وعملك المتواصل في سبيل رقي أبناء الأردن وبناته.
مولاتي:
كل خصالك التي تفتقر لها ملكات وأميرات العالم حفزتني إنا البدوي القاطن في قلب الصحراء أن يكون لي طموح قد لا يوافق طموح الأثرياء ولكنه يبقى طموح طالب بدوي قد حصل على قبول في برنامج الدكتوراه في جامعة وايكاتو النيوزلنديه (تخصص ادب انجليزي) . فهل تسنح الفرصة لبدوي من المفرق أن يكمل دراسته ألا بمساعده الله سبحانه وتعالى ومن ثم ملكتنا المحبوبة، لقد استطعت أن اجمع ثلث تكاليف الدراسة وبقي الثلثان، بقي 20 الف دينار. تعثرت كل السبل لاستقراضهم من احد وباءت كل جهود الحصول على منحه دراسية،. رغم استعدادي التام أن أسد قيمه هذا القرض بعد أن انهي دراستي ولكني لم أجد.
مولاتي كلي أمل وثقه بأنك إن فراتي رسالتي فلن يخيب الله دعائي في أن أجد من يرعاني في دراستي.

حمى الله الاردن ومليكه وشعبه

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Orthodocz
Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Your Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah, many people get to be in a commanding positions as yourself and seldom do we see them doing any thing for the less fortunate. But you have made the most of it and given back to the society by doing so much for children, women and the people of Jordan! This is truly a remarkable acheivement. Taking nothing away from your achievements, in you we see glimpses of Princess Diana and Mother Teressa, who have championed similar causes.
Your focus on Education is the single most important attribute that can be given or imparted to oneself. Without education there would be no development. Being from the Arab region, you have also been a role model for the hundreds of Arab women, who look upto for your constant guidance and support.
Kindly keep up the good work and may God help you in your selfless endeavors!!!
Regards

Viral Kachiwala
Oman

Roberto Wolffelt
Friday, January 21, 2011

Your Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdulla, it is really very nice to see how you have dedicated to care for the education of the children from Jordan and of the world. It would be very good if all the rulers, presidents and politicians could understand that our world would be totally better and peaceful if the world would be equally educated. In November 1978 I had the great opportunity to meet a lady from Jordan that was doing a master in education in New York, her name was Ferial, I never will forget how deeply dedicated she was to develop her skills in education to help her country. Since then, I always wanted to visit your country. Now that I see the activity that You are doing in that field, I would love to be a Jordanian. Unfortunately in my country Argentina, education is not considered as a priority, considering that the beginning of the XX century we where the most educated country in Latin America, today we are in 3rd or 4th place. Because of the poor education levels we have increased the rates in crime and violence. I have no words to tell you how much I admire you and I would love to be able to do something in my country to help our children to have a better education.
Your Majesty, thank you very much for your effort to give us all and to the future a better world to live. I trully admire you and would love to shake hands with you and talk to you. Please never give up, we need leaders like you.
God Bless You, all the best
Roberto Wolffelt
Buenos Aires Argentina

10magnum007
Saturday, January 15, 2011

Beautiful story!!

DJPool
Saturday, January 15, 2011

Dear Queen Rania,
My american father attended Victoria College with the late King Hussein bin Talal and I have always had a great respect for your region of the world. My grandfather was a civil engineer building rayon plants in Egypt and I would marvel at the stories of the Middle East growing up; including my father's mention of King Hussein. I am relatively new to the social media world; however, I am now following you on twitter as DavidJPool, Scottsdale Az. i look forward to continued reading about your wonderful contributions to education and the welfare of others.
Your leadership and ideals are a refreshing inspiration in a world filled with so many complexities.

Best regards,

David Pool

WItaly
Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Dear Queen Rania,
I'm Riccardo, I'm 15 and I live in Formia, Italy. I subscribed to Your official website because I'm a Your fan, since I saw You at the Sanremo Festival in february 2010. I think You are the best Queen of the World and if I wasn't under full age, I should go to live in Jordan. I love arabic world and I enjoied Your project to fight the prejudices with Your Youtube channel. I'm also learning arabic language and I hope I can, in the future, speak it very well, because it is really a wonderful language and I think it is better than Spanish or German. I'm writing because you are my myth: someone adore Brad Pitt, cristiano Ronaldo, Angelina Jolie or other people of the Show. According to me, that people are totally useless! You instead are a great queen, a great woman and a great mother. I hope a day I'll meet you, because you are a symbol of the good islam. I'm christian but i don't believe very much in God, but I think everyone must be free to have his religion and I have been very shocked when I knew the attack to the copt church.In the Middle Est there are a lot of problems and I think the Talibans, the wars or the hate between Israel and the Arabic World are the motives of this bad situations and I think we, in the west, have to help these nations and people, but this help must be humanitarians, not weapons and soldiers, not helps self-interesteds. You are an excellent example of moderated Islam, because I think Islam is a good religion, and I think that are very stupid the people who think the Islam is only terrorism and talibans. Congratulations, bucause you are also a very beautiful woman. According to me the arabics women are ones of the most beautiful women in the world and I don't undestand why They must cover them whit burqa or chador. My dream is to meet you, because yuo are my symbol of the fight against the racism, the war and the illitteracy. Now I can also wish the best things to you, to your family and to the Jordan.
God bless you,
Riccardo

WItaly
Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Dear Queen Rania,
I'm Riccardo, I'm 15 and I live in Formia, Italy. I subscribed to Your official website because I'm a Your fan, since I saw You at the Sanremo Festival in february 2010. I think You are the best Queen of the World and if I wasn't under full age, I should go to live in Jordan. I love arabic world and I enjoied Your project to fight the prejudices with Your Youtube channel. I'm also learning arabic language and I hope I can, in the future, speak it very well, because it is really a wonderful language and I think it is better than Spanish or German. I'm writing because you are my myth: someone adore Brad Pitt, cristiano Ronaldo, Angelina Jolie or other people of the Show. According to me, that people are totally useless! You instead are a great queen, a great woman and a great mother. I hope a day I'll meet you, because you are a symbol of the good islam. I'm christian but i don't believe very much in God, but I think everyone must be free to have his religion and I have been very shocked when I knew the attack to the copt church.In the Middle Est there are a lot of problems and I think the Talibans, the wars or the hate between Israel and the Arabic World are the motives of this bad situations and I think we, in the west, have to help these nations and people, but this help must be humanitarians, not weapons and soldiers, not helps self-interesteds. You are an excellent example of moderated Islam, because I think Islam is a good religion, and I think that are very stupid the people who think the Islam is only terrorism and talibans. Congratulations, bucause you are also a very beautiful woman. According to me the arabics women are ones of the most beautiful women in the world and I don't undestand why They must cover them whit burqa or chador. My dream is to meet you, because yuo are my symbol of the fight against the racism, the war and the illitteracy. Now I can also wish the best things to you, to your family and to the Jordan.
God bless you,
Riccardo "Rick" Eramo

olbigjim
Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Your Majesty, I am an American who blogs about Jordan and all I see and experience here. I love this country so much, it's sometimes difficult to verbalize it adequately. I have been trying, without success, to get a resident visa for more than one year. Until then, I must leave the country periodically and return. To live here and experience this beautiful land makes that inconvenience worth it. At this point, I wish to request your permission to write a blog post about Yourself. I would like to briefly cover your biography and your humanitarian works and include a few pictures. I would like my American friends and family back home to have a better picture of you and understand what a truly great and beautiful Queen you really are.

With much respect and admiration,
Jim Wright

Jawahir Saly
Sunday, December 19, 2010

Respected Queen Rania,
I have no words to wish you and I'm inviting your majesty to visit eastern part of Srilanka where peoples are returning to normal after the internal war, and our area affected by natural disasters like cyclone, tsunami, flood etc. this is the proper place to exercise your mejesty's vision as many children are struggling to continue their studies.
If there is a way to visit Srilanka please inform me.

mobile : 0094714471100
email ; salyjawa@gmail.com

TeresaMaria77
Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Thank you

webmaster
Tuesday, December 14, 2010

TeresaMaria77, send an email to webmaster@queenrania.jo or request a media interview through the website

TeresaMaria77
Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Who do we need to write to in order to invite Queen Rania to come & give a speech in Saudi Arabia?

Ikeboat
Saturday, December 11, 2010

Kudos to all your achievements and most welcome to the all new Oil city of Ghana,Takoradi which is in the western region of the country.

raulitus_
Thursday, December 9, 2010

Good Morning her majesty. Do you have any plans to visit and be in our Cordoba Argentina anytime soon? Your work in education in all the world is very good... thanks.

staroo2
Tuesday, November 23, 2010

QUEEN RANIA AL ABDULLA OF JORDAN
“We are usually more alike than we are different." § Queen Rania of Jordan

Queen Rania is the Queen of Jordan. She is married to King Abdulla II. She was born on August 31, 1970. Queen Rania is Palestinian, but she was born in Kuwait. She graduated from the American University in Cairo where she got a degree in Business Administration. She supports many causes and many people think she is one of the most powerful women in the world.

CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING

Queen Rania encourages communication between Western countries and Arab countries. She believes it is very important for countries and cultures to understand each other and to look for similarities between the cultures and not the differences. She has won many awards for peace including the PeaceMaker Award. Queen Rania believes, "our world house has a common room. It is a room where color, race, and creed do not get in the way – not because those things do not exist, but because they aren’t important. What’s important in the common room are the values that we share – the basic belief that each of us is worthy of respect."
EDUCATION

Queen Rania wants to improve the education of children in Jordan and she also supports global education. She believes that by improving education, people can come together as one and improve their life. She started a program called, Madrasti, that will strengthen the education in Jordan, and it will improve over 500 schools in the country. She created a special award for teachers to recognize all the hard work teachers do. Through the Queen Rania Scholarship Program, Jordanian students are sent to the best universities around world to study. Queen Rania also started Al Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans so that even poor children without families will have a good education. Queen Rania works hard for her programs and causes. She never doubted that they might not succeed.

DAR AL AMAN

The Queen of Jordan works with many UN leaders, international organization, and charities. In 2000, she opened "Dar Al Aman" which means, House of Safety. Dar Al Aman was the first program in the Arab world to protect children who have been hit, abused, or left behind by their families. In the future, Queen Rania will continue to speak out for the protection of children.
1GOAL

In 2009, with the help of footballer Gary Lineker, Queen Rania started 1Goal. 1Goal is a special cause or campaign that supports "Education for All." 1Goal asks World Cup football fans to come together and ask world leaders to keep the promise they made. The leaders promised they will provide an education to 75 million children who aren’t in school. The children will not be left behind. Queen Rania believes education beats poverty. Many famous football players and celebrities have joined 1Goal. Queen Rania hopes over 30 million people, all over the world, will sign up for 1Goal before the end of the World Cup. Through awareness, they might reach their goal.

CHILDREN'S BOOKS

Queen Rania writes children's books about the things she strongly believes in.
She wrote…
• "The King's Gift," – a book about King Hussein of Jordan after he died.
• "Eternal Beauty," – a book in honor of mothers.
• "Maha of the Mountains" – a book about a young girl wanting an education.
• "The Sandwich Swap" – a book about two little girls from different countries learning about and understanding each other.

raulitus_
Friday, November 19, 2010

Her Majesty Rania Al Abdullah
I am very happy to have made contact with you, I admire her for the kindness with which he handles the fate of his people, Jordan, in addition to the commitment to the education of children worldwide.
I admire her also for its beauty and simplicity that put it in the first place among the sovereign of the world.
I live in Cordoba, Argentina and I felt very orgullozo when you visit my country and my president was received by Mrs. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
I send my most sincere congratulations and I extend to his people, I'd like to meet someday, for now is a dream nomas.
Majesty thanks, sincerely
Juan Raul Arguello

sajidhafiz786
Thursday, November 18, 2010

EDUCATION;LEARNING;ART TO PERFECT AND REDFINEYOURSELF AS OPPORTUNITY/SUCCESS ARE DECEIVING.

Amjed
Monday, November 15, 2010

كل عام وجلالتك وجلالة الملك والعائلة الهاشمية الكريمة بألف خير.

saju
Thursday, November 11, 2010

Glamour Women of the Year Awards 2010
The 20th annual Glamour Magazine Women of the Year Awards held in New York honoured women making a name for themselves across the world
Among the more glamorous honourees was Jordan’s Queen Rania, a longtime advocate of equal access to education for girls throughout the Middle East. “This is for the girls,” said the queen, dressed in a shimmering silvery gown, as she was handed her award by Huffington Post editor Arianna Huffington — who praised her for being a thoroughly modern monarch, with 1.3 million followers on Twitter.

(GULF NEWS report,Nov11,2010)

CONGRATULATIONS HER MAJESTY RANIA

Saju Joseph
Dubai
mail : saju.com@gmail.com
Mob : 00971 50 7958995

t372400
Tuesday, November 9, 2010

God Bless U,
الله يحفظك ويجعل كل أعمالك خالصة لوجهه الكريم وفي ميزان حسناتك يا جلالة الملكة. وأنت في قلوبنا حقا ونتحدث عن الإنجازات من قبل جلالتك ونشكر لك ذلك من أعماق قلوبنا

saju
Monday, November 8, 2010

Congratulations.

I come to know that queen Rania got a most presigious humaniterian award.This is truely a recongnition for your remarkable humaniterian works. God bless you

Saju Joseph
Dubai
mail : saju.com@gmail.com
Mob : 00971 50 7958995

Mohammed.Rahman82
Friday, October 29, 2010

Your Highness, You have a beautiful family. I admire the fact that you are a mother, a boss and a beauty that's why we can connect with you easily. Perhaps, Your Highness won't mind visiting this country and teach a thing or two.
Your values are undeniable and your passion for your country peoples are astonishing. Your tiny steps became bigger and bigger, And they said it's now ten years. How time flies. Few days ago, I was unknown to your fascinating work and i regret that! You are truly amazing woman. You have gotten a life time fan of yours. Hope to see new steps ahead.

Mohammed Rahman
Toronto, Ontario
Canada.

rlaksh123
Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Respected Queen Rania

I really appreciate your work,i thing every human are winning person but some persons living rich some are living poor.what is the reason for that?i thing so many reasons there,first is education so we want to provide it for every one.second is their background situation so we want to great more jobs for them.that is very important,we have to teach them how to save money,how to invest,what is the management and how to follow time management.these things are very important for today world.I like your work and motivating to child for education.

goluhaque
Sunday, October 10, 2010

Frankly speaking, I really got some doubts on your reading this comment, but meh, anyway. I got my own doubts on your objective behind "education for all".

Say, you got 20 people in an isolated planet, where there are only 10 jobs, and you educate them all. What happens? Only 10 people will still get the job. So, educating them all equally will not leave any place for a proper selection for the jobs.

Further, assuming that all people want a job for themselves, this would lead to a war between the people, now, won't it?

So, in effect, you entire theory is left destroyed, if, you aim for "education for _all_". Sorry for sounding somewhat aggressive, but yeah, this is the truth.

د. هيفاء علي طيفور
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

جلالة الملكة رانيا العبدالله , نحن الاردنيين فخورين بجلالتك وبما تقدمين لنا من خدمات ومبادرات تربوية وعلى مستوى عالي ...ونحن جميعا نفخر بك وبجلالة الغالي الملك المفدى , ونحمد الله على اننا أردنيين وقادتنا هاشمين , يحبوننا ويقدمون لنا كل الخير ويراعون متطلباتنا ويحرصون على تقديم الافضل والارقى والاحسن ,وكلنا ندعوا الله عز وجل ان يرعاكم ويحميكم ويحفظم ويبقيكم سندا وذخرا لنا , ويديم الصحة والسعادة على وجوهكم والخير في قلوبكم , وبارك الله لنا بكم وباياديكم البيضاء , وبقلوبكم النقية, وتحية حب أردنية لكم بكل لحظة وبكل ثانية ...وكما قلوبكم تنبض بحبنا فالجميع قلوبهم تنبض بحبكم

Michelangelo_
Monday, October 4, 2010

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah,
best wishes for a speedy recovery
Know that we love you and are praying for you and your family.
Michelangelo and family

shatha_antar
Monday, October 4, 2010

الحمد لله على السلامة

ranya78
Saturday, October 2, 2010

جلالة الملكة لي الشرف ان يكون اسمي كإسمك
أتمنى من كل قلبي ان تقرأي كلماتي، انا معجبة جدا بشخصيتك ، سلامة قلبك يا رب ، قلبك اللي بينبض بحب الناس

رانيا الطوالبة

rsalaris
Saturday, October 2, 2010

I would know as Queen Rania is now after her health problems.
I admire her and her country.
I think she is the women hope in the world.
I am praying for her.

Rita - Sassari - Italy

hakamup
Thursday, September 30, 2010

god bless you queen rania
I am an energy therapist, i study at dr. Nader Butto.
I help alot of people from their Diseases and aches.

please see this: http://www.naderbutto.com/

Hakam Nassar
hakamup@gmail.com

د. هيفاء علي طيفور
Thursday, September 30, 2010

جلالة الملكة الغالية ...شافاك الله وعافاك يا غالية ...جميعنا ندعوا لك بالشفاء العاجل والعودة الى ارض الوطن يا ملكة القلوب ...كلنا نحبك ونتمنى لك الشفاء والصحة الجميلة وانت تستحقين كل الخير والسعادة لانك تؤثري الاخرين عليكي وتحبي الخير لغيرك ...وتقدمي المساعدة والدهم لغيرك ..ونعم انت ملكة القلوب وانت صاحبة القلب الكبير والحنون

hakamup
Wednesday, September 29, 2010

god bless you queen rania
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Hakam Nassar
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JaimeDreyfus
Wednesday, September 29, 2010

WE ARE VERY CONCERNED ABOUT THE HEALTH OF HER MAJESTY RANIA. PLEASE LET ME KNOW ABOUT HER HEALTH. I am praying to Allah for your health. ALAH BLESS YOU.

Rania86
Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Get well soon your majesty !! I have just read what is above !! I am just too proud to have you as a queen and a motivation !!! I Have just knew about the books you wrote ! what a queen!! very inspiring! when i feel disappointed of life , i just read about what you do for others , thus makes me look after others more more..you give hope and motivation to all Jordanian women..may the good lord bless you ! :))))

ericthomaspt
Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Get well soon. May God Keep you in safe hands. We pray for you.
I just pass through your wonderful country during the invasion of Kuwait. I drank the water from River Jordan. It was a wonderful experience. I thank the Royal family & the people of Jordan for allowing us to pass through safely in you land.

Eric Thomas

tas19652002
Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Dear Her majesty Rania,

Today I read in local newspaper that you are not well and had gone for medical treatment in USA related to heart. I sincerely wish and pray to Almighty Allah for your speedy recovery. I am sure very soon you would start actively working for the community. I will too pleased if you could send few lines as your reply.

With tonnes of regards,

Dr. Tanzeem A Siddiqui
tas19652002@yahoo.com

j_awan786
Monday, September 27, 2010

Hello Rania, i hope ur fine and enjoy a beautiful life, i am from karachi, pakistan. I prayer to u , u won success to all life problem , ........... and sorry to say medam i never any think to want u , hust think only prayer me thanks.

God Blessing u and ur family

Muhammad Javed Awan

lazureanu
Monday, September 27, 2010

Jordan was blessed to have a great history and fantastic leaders like Great King Hussein and now his son Abdullah !
Also was blessed with grat QUEENS : beautiful, smart and educated !
I am interested to know what you will intend to do to make easier for wooman to education and better posittion in society.
I know that in Jordan is a jail where many womans who was raped ask for protection to do not be killed with stone by their families
Why do not have stronger law to punish mans who rape ? A woman do not ask anybody to rape her, why you do not punish animals who comit those crimes? All time for them is an excuse to escape...
What you intend to do for this poor woman to regain their life and to be reintegrated in society without fear that sombody will follow them...for something what did not want to happen with them?
I am sure that with your influence and also husband`s power to make them to obtain an "humanitarian visa" to come here in US or other country to leave a normal life in freedom, to regain their dignity ? How many of them will not fait to have a better education, to become doctors, teachers, economists,...who will very proud will be able to say : " I was born in JORDAN !!!"
All Jordan will be proud of them, including relatives who tried to kill them !!! Was a lot of shows at CNN with this subject in the past. What happened with this human ??? So many people come at you and ask for your help? In what kind you will help those womans? Thank you !

r_magableh
Sunday, September 26, 2010

god bless you and save you to help jordan and jordanan dreems work out
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christyvm
Thursday, September 23, 2010

You are so amazing...Your exactly what a Queen represents! Knowledge,Beauty! and Grace...but what makes you more amazing is that your not afraid to embrace the world and share your experiences!!!!!!

Carolina_colombia
Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Querida Rania
No sabe la alegría que me produce conocer su pagina web e inscribirme, la verdad es que usted es la mujer que mas admiro por la templanza que ha tenido a