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When people come to Jordan, they find a country that is safe, warm, and welcoming, a people who embrace modernity and revere their traditions, and a culture that is rich, diverse, and peace-loving. This Jordan is my Jordan.

Over the years, I’ve been pleased to see our country blossom and grow into everyone’s Jordan. Many of my friends, seasoned travelers, believe there’s nothing left that can surprise them, but then they come here and we prove them wrong. Before they leave, they tell me that Jordan is more than just ‘a place to visit’, it’s ‘a place to experience’.

They’re right. Visitors are discovering the out-of-the-way places tour buses don’t go, eating in cafes that aren’t decorated with Michelin stars, and chatting to village shopkeepers over some Arabic coffee. Our vision’s a sustainable one. It’s about developing Jordan in a way that protects and promotes what’s precious to us, while providing jobs for our people, and an authentic cultural experience for our guests.

So, no matter how long you’re here for, what kind of trip you’re on, or even what mood you’re in, you can still find your niche. We have five star hotels, great restaurants, shopping malls, and spas, as well as souks, traditional coffee houses, authentic cuisine, and old-style hammams (bath houses). Not to mention World Heritage sites, Roman ruins, the largest spa in the region, prized nature reserves, and the oxygen-rich Dead Sea!

Our number one attraction is the rose-red, Nabatean city of Petra, carved out of stone cliffs made famous by Indiana Jones. Hidden within mountain gorges, this once-lost city has survived earthquakes and the passage of time; its geological history is etched in the walls, its secrets lie buried below ancient roads.

Near Petra, Dana Reserve is a stunning geological wonder; it looks like something from prehistoric times! Local Bedouin guides take you through gorges that abound with birds, animals, and flowers. Several hours trek down the Great Rift Valley, you’ll find Feynan Eco-Lodge, where climate-conscious guests can rest their carbon footprints.

Jordan is also host to many sacred religious sites. Here, you can see where Jesus was baptized, walk in Moses’ footsteps, visit his burial place at Mount Nebo, and enter Lot’s cave. And, nearby, is one of the most therapeutic stretches of water in the world: the Dead Sea. There’s always laughter on the shore as people slather on the mineral-rich mud.

If you’re an adrenalin junkie, Jordan’s adventure tourism is scaling new heights. In Wadi Rum, you can hot air balloon, fly microlites, ride 4x4 sand-dune buggies or Arabian horses, and rock climb Jabal Rum, the highest peak in the area. And in the evening, cook your dinner in the sand with local Bedouins, then sleep under the stars. If you want to cool down, you can take a dip in the Red Sea, diving coral reefs and old wrecks.

There’s no place like it, so, come, see my Jordan; I know you’ll enjoy making it your own.

http://www.visitjordan.com/

More of Queen Rania's thoughts about her beautiful country:

1. Condé Nast Traveler “World Savers Awards"
2. The Greenest Queen: A Royal Initiative Transforms Jordan
3. Queen Rania Celebrates with famous friends in the beauty of Jordan 
4. Queen Rania discusses her new book "The Sandwich Swap" with Oprah

Learn more about Jordan through the following Jordan Tourism Board's comprehensive brochures:

1. The Jordan Visitor's Guide
2. The Eco and Nature Brochure
3. The History and Culture Brochure
4. The Leisure and Wellness Brochure
5. The Fun and Adventure Brochure
6. The Biblical Jordan Brochure

For real time updates and information about Jordan follow Jordan Tourism Board's account on twitter: @visitJordan

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russiaedintorni.myblog.it
Monday, November 18, 2013

The Jordan is indeed a great country!

MariaNimri
Friday, March 30, 2012

I can honestly say I have never been more excited to go to Jordan in my entire life. I was born and raised in America but Jordan is my home. After 5 years, I can finally say i'm going home again.

SUMAIRA QASMI
Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Love you dear :)

DW Duke
Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Okay, I will come to visit Jordan. Who is the best tour guide/ historian who will assist? Musician? :)

MagnusD
Sunday, October 30, 2011

Your Highness Queen Rania .. I am so excited about your commitment to the development Jordan, young people will learn, or develop into, free large individuals, can do their homeland proud and good. I am writing to you from cold NORWAY, where we have royalty that is very meadow listed in the individual's fate. I look forward to follow you and support your work, make others aware of your work and your vision. with respectfully greeting to you, queen Rania Al Abdullah, from me in the cold north

TimGladieux
Sunday, October 23, 2011

Rania Al Abdullah,
With all Respect, because of My Spiritual Belief I can not address another human being as Highness, Queen or King. I bow to no one except "The One", who needs no name but is often referred to a Allah or God. It is his blessings, grace and love I wish for you, your people and country. I live by the rule that "God is God and I am not". And I believe if we all regardless of our spiritual beliefs, live that way there could be peace in the world.
I wish you much success in all your efforts in your own country and around the world.

May the Peace of God be with you.

russiaedintorni.myblog.it
Sunday, October 16, 2011

Dear Queen, I make excuses myself because, as I had said own here on this site, I cannot come in her beautifulst earth the Jordan because I have been more of the previewed one in Russia for job. I sorry not to be be of word! But the wish and desire to see her Country remain!

Burhan
Thursday, September 15, 2011

Respected Queen Rania Al Abdullah
I hope your Highness are fine, Its really honor and pleasure for me to write to your esteemed personality.
As you very well aware about the current flood situation in Pakistan(we badly suffer from heavy flood)
Many countries, organization and people want to help us, but due to our corrupt Government and officials.
All are HESITATING.
We HARDCARE are small organization who always help needy people.
We dont need Donation or AID
we want that your highness help us,we will return your money in 4 to 5 years
Please write us hardcare@live.com
Thanks and Kind Regards
Burhan
CEO at HARD CARE

SUMAIRA QASMI
Thursday, September 8, 2011

:)

Rana Imani
Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Its Very Wonderful i want to vist Jordan,Queen Rania my name is Rana without an i and my middle name is imani just like your daugther but with an I. Your country is very beautiful

helpthacause
Friday, July 22, 2011

Very nice. Good job.

Basit Farooq
Thursday, July 21, 2011

Beauty Full

GULFIDAN
Tuesday, July 19, 2011

your majesty
i met your highness once , and since then i knew how KIND & BLESSED person you are ..
wish you best of the best in building up our JORDANIAN community , and as you taught us HAND BY HAND WE CAN LET OUR BELOVED JORDAN shine more and more .. lots of respect

yassir
Tuesday, July 19, 2011

GOOD MORNING Queen Rania, am new at your site and am very happy to become a member. god bless you all

mirana15182
Monday, July 18, 2011

nice place....................... haven

siriphon
Thursday, July 7, 2011

hello all i'm from thailand and feel good to meet website i like Queen Rania she so strong and she is my idol for idea

safoosh daqamseh
Friday, July 1, 2011

OoOh my god

so nice ;)

mayra
Sunday, June 19, 2011

Good Morning Queen Rania I was married for five years my Exhusband was born Palestine then there parents move to Jordan I met in University in U.S. I have a boy name Jehad. Maybe one day I will visited Jordan.I like your sweets things and some of food and the pita bread i buy a store Arabic Store.

IwishIwasinJordan
Friday, May 20, 2011

JORDAN RULES!

JamesOvDearborn
Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Good Afternoon Queen Rania Al Abdullah,

I have many important things I wish to discuss. First: If it pleases the Universe; This Citizen of Jordan shall take over Lybia as Colonel Gaddafi is now expected to stand trial for violations of the Uniform Code Of Military Justice. Particularlly for falling asleep on duty during a time of war.

As Temporary King of Libya I shall lead by example. I will start at the top and will sweep from the top down until my time is up. The Philosophy shall be Work Smarter and Not Harder.
May all citizens be permitted to Work with a smile in their Hearts and it shall be no more than work to take pride in.

My reign shall serve to unite, rebuild and liberate. I ask that all weapons of mass destruction be neutralized and stored aboard appropriate academic institutions at once for the purposes of educating the youth of the mistakes that our peoples have already made.

It shall be up to all our children to determine the fate of this planet. They cannot be allowed to know of the world where such power is harnessable by human mechanism. If they do, World War Four will occur, then World War Five, and so on...

Queen, my time for you today is at an end.

It sounds like you are inviting even the most humble with your words:

If you’re an adrenalin junkie, Jordan’s adventure tourism is scaling new heights. In Wadi Rum, you can hot air balloon, fly microlites, ride 4x4 sand-dune buggies or Arabian horses, and rock climb Jabal Rum, the highest peak in the area. And in the evening, cook your dinner in the sand with local Bedouins, then sleep under the stars. If you want to cool down, you can take a dip in the Red Sea, diving coral reefs and old wrecks.

There’s no place like it, so, come, see my Jordan; I know you’ll enjoy making it your own.

AntoniaReed
Monday, January 3, 2011

Your Majesty,
We are moving to Amman, in May 2011, and will be there for the remainder of 2011. We have an 11 yr old girl who would like to take ballet in Amman, and a 12 yr old boy who loves singing classes or would like to play soccer for the first time. We are looking for those classes that would be available in Amman for American children of those ages. They also participate on a swim team now and would love to continue their competitive swimming in Amman. We saw that you are the chair person for the swimming federation of Jordan and are excited about that. Could you have an assistant please send on information with regards to those activities? We would love to visit all of the historical sites in Jordan, and we are really looking forward to our time there. Also, we are bringing our dog, Kit kat, and need information on how to transport a dog into the country. As we know you are busy helping all the people of Jordan, we look forward to being contacted from your assistant or your office. Thanking you in advance for your help in these matters.

zorirasheva
Monday, December 20, 2010

My name is Zornitsa Rasheva and work for International University College in Dobrich, Bulgaria. The International University College is a modern business school offering value-oriented high-quality education. The college is striving to successfully fulfil its mission, pooling academic knowledge, providing vocation-oriented training and managerial expertise in fields such as international hospitality and tourism, marketing, international business and management, economics and information technologies. We organize every year English Language Courses in Bulgaria. Last summer we had two groups from Jordan. I was amazed of their high education level and their patriotism.
Kind Regards
Zornitsa Rasheva
International University College
3, Bulgaria Str.
Dobrich, 9300
www.vumk.eu
career@vumk.eu

marciocalais
Sunday, December 19, 2010

I Love os much Jordan, and for that i jumped with parachute in Brazil for show my crazy love to Jordan http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChJyL9WtFIY

lezgeen
Sunday, December 19, 2010

Your Magesty!
As you know Gulf region is driest region in the world.Average freshwater availability is 30% below the level needed for water security.Today 11 Arab countries suffer from water scarcity and this number is anticipated to reach 18 by 2025.(Gulfnews,july 12,2010).
Desalination plants dotting the coast line from Dubai to Kuwait are legally flushing brine or waste water, carring chlorine and metals into the Arabian Gulf by tonne every day.
Antiscalants to reduce scale formation in desalination plants can produce
increased and harmful algae growth when pumped back to the ocean and recent
links to devastating red tide have been made between the industry and the
marine environment.
Brine's increased salinity can reduce vitality and biodiversity while
chlorine is very toxic for many organisms in the mixing zone in an area where
effluents are dilured before flushing.(Gulf news,15 june,2009).
In this case we are russian reseachers suggest to use for prevention of
ecological catastrophe in Gulf region our Global Project (Gulf news,10 august
2009)and see attachment.Also see website:http://khalidov.net/eng/and
www.icetrim.org.
Our project is last chance to save GCC (Gulf region) from huge ecological
catastrophe.Please pay more attention for this Global Project and only your
will and effort can help understand value of our Global Project and save Gulf from huge
ecological catastrophy and make really GREEN all desert in UAE because of Alive Water.

Representative of Mr.Khalidov H.
in UAE
Dr.Koodrat
00971507568804

kharoud
Friday, December 10, 2010

Your Majesty,
I am not from Jordan. I had never been to Jordan. But I saw Jordan in movies. It is really a beautiful place. Watching its beauty i want to go there. It is really awsome place. and I also want to do my best to help humans. I never find any work which is in favour of humanization for a single country but i always think this doing for this whole world. For humanization. and you are doing really a great job by leading everybody to help others. Really a great job.

VictoriaSweiss
Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Your Majesty,
I am Jordanian, but at the moment i am studying in Washington at AU, Im doing a double major in IR and Business. You were always and inspiration and a role model. I will be visiting Amman Inshallah in 2 weeks and spending the Summer there after next semester, i can't wait to start working to help my country and i was wondering if i could work as a volunteer or get an internship being involved with Madrasati or one of your great projects. I miss Amman so much and i admire all the work you do from the bottom of my heart and hope that one day i might be able to take part in some of it... you create footsteps for all of us to follow :)

Rudayna
Thursday, November 11, 2010

Jordan the best

marciocalais
Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Dear Queen Rania.
I do not know protocols to introduce myself to you, but I can only say my feelings for the King and my dear Jordan. I am a Brazilian, a religious Catholic, that makes three years that I live in Zarqa in Jordan in college at... St. Joseph in New Zarqa. I live a short time in Jordan but it is enough for learned to love that place and all people, but I learned much more from your campaigns against terrorism, for that reason I am writing to you now. Right now I'm in Brazil on vacation to visit my family. but I think since I arrived I can not stop talking about Jordan. I have organized several meetings with people from schools, churches, even cities to show the wonders that the Jordan have, among them the beauty of the unity of the people whether Christian or Muslim and we are all Jordanians and live together for do the best to Jordan. When I finish my pilgrimage this clarification to the Brazilians about Jordan, I want to make a video and power gives him in return for my love for my dear Jordan. I was born in Brazil but my heart is Jordanian, I am karakii... I love Jordan.....

Jack42
Saturday, November 6, 2010

Your Majesty,

I am American - I taught in Yarmouk Univesity many years ago - I have brought groups of people here to see and love Jordan as you love Jordan. Senator Akel BilTaji was great help in spreading a love of Jordan among foreign visitors here.

I retired here 8 years ago but I see a different persona or spirit in Amman. I wish everyone would respect the environment more and stop building so close to one another - in our case, a neighbor built a room and bathroom against our well wall. I have tried for 4 months to get it removed but no cooperation.
Let us save Amman.

Jack42
Friday, November 5, 2010

Your Majesty Queen Rania Abdulla,
Beautiful photos of a beautiful treasure-filled country. My wife, Mary Jubrael Rabadi, and I brought many groups from Aramco-Saudi Arabia over a 17 year period to counter the false propaganda of some Arab citizens. We succeeded we were helped greatly by Senator Akil Bil Taji over the years.

I was on the faculty of Yarmouk University from 1976 - 80. Then we traveled and worked abroad. My wife and I have our apartment here in Amman - retirement - in Um-Issumaq Shamali. We have been on Isaad Sabahak twice.

I came from AUB in 1975 - a refugee with my wife and baby and a small suitcase after being target practice for the different armies and militias in Lebanon. I said on TV that I will always be grateful to the Jordaian people for their welcome and help.

I have been saddened by problems with a neighbor who has built in our Ertidad - a room alleged to be just a storeroom - with a doorway into the house originally - against several building codes. We and another neighbor wrote formal complaints which mysteriously disappeared from the file used for approval. A nieghbor objected but it seems it was said that all agreed. A lot of "mistakes" etc. We are angry about a bathroom drain built next to our wells. Baladia has assured us that several warning tro stop the building have been given but the work goes on everyday to beautify this 30 square meter storerooms. I think that the inspectors or the Baladia was somehow tricked in to signing this inncoplete file. My wife - Mary Jubrael Rabadi - owns our land and we can't allow the possibility of a bathroom poisoning our wells and our people. I have written over 20 emails to Mayor's Office - filed several complaints with Baladai and with the Commission on Corruption.
What is happening to my beautiful Jordan. Thank you so much, your Majesty.

34040419930204222X
Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Your majesty Queen Rania :
Have you seen my leaving message?Maybe you are so busy that you have no time to give me a letter.Well,it's OK.Eh,this is my e-mail:sweet_elly@sina.com.If you do have time ,you could send a short message to it. You can send your address and post number to it and I will write to you.
Maybe I write these words is not very polite,but I really want to have some connection with who I admire if it is possible.
Tell you a little secret :My mom is the same age as you.

vollyballlexis@aol.com
Sunday, October 31, 2010

Your Majesty Queen Rania,
It Alexis Fanaro agian. I left out a little bit in my last message. After i sent it I realized if you did want to contact me you really had no way well my Email is : vollyballlexis@aol.com. i Want to show people how much you help and show them how important education truely is. Alot of kids can have an education handed to them here and throw it a away for no real reason. I wan to be like you, I want to spread the word to the world. I want to help. I hope you can help me.
Sincearly Alexis Fanaro

rlaksh123
Friday, October 29, 2010

Respected Queen,
This is Raman from India.i like Jordan very much because of its culture,good people and its nature.i would like to come to jordan for next year.i saw so many images of jordan natures and historical monument.i like jordan people and their honesty.i am always learning a lot of things for queen rania.her service is more important for the child not only in jordan,need all over the world,because she is became the world leader,most of people heard her voice.So her service is important for all.my best wishes for her sustainable service.my mail id(rlaksh123@yahoo.com).

sana_rabadi
Thursday, October 28, 2010

Your majesty Queen Rania ,
My name is Sana . I heard a lot things about you and I love you so much for your dedication , honesty , loyalty , and giveness .
I am a Jordanian citizen and live in USA . I have a problem and I'm looking forward to hear from you so I can explain my problem to you and let me know if you can help me in any way , if it's possible . My email address is ( sana_rabadi@yahoo.com ) . Thank you for your time and for having a special page for us . Ican't wait to hear from you . With love , Sana

Mohammed.Rahman82
Monday, October 18, 2010

Your highness,decendants of the holy family please take my salam. I am a poor Canadian who has seen the video of Jordan, It's captavating. If God permits i have an arada to visit Jordan, and experience it's rich history. Give my Blessing to your children and Brother Abdullah, His majesty.May Allah make you ever happy.
Mohammed Rahman

د. هيفاء علي طيفور
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

للملكة الغالية والمحبوبة ,كل الحب والتقدير للملكة الغالية والمحبوبة ,لك مني ومن كل اهل عجلون المحبة والتقدير والامنيات لجلالتيهما"جلالة الملكة والملك" الامنيات الحلوة , ونحمد الله ان الهاشميين رمز عزتنا وفخرنا بالاردن وبالعالم ,والله اكبر يا وطن ما اجملك

peterlekake
Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Your Majesty Queen Rania,
I feel elated getting this chance of reaching you.my name is peter lekake from Nairobi,kenya.I am happy for the noble idea you have.I got to know you recently in BBC and i must admit you are apt,eloquent and intellingent..I just got a job in one the firms here and my biggest plan was to set up a children's home and help this needy children.Am embarking on a saving plan of 3 years and God willing start.All i need from you is prayers and hoping one day to invite you to celebrate this achievement.
I still believe Jordan is a beautiful country full of warm people..I look forward visiting in the years to come.once more i wish you all the best in day to day activities.

Regards
peter lekake

shaykh Junaid
Monday, September 27, 2010

Dear Queen Rania,
May Allah Azza Wa Jal, reward your efforts and make them the means of your Jannah and the Mag'firah of your family.
In addition to your great Humanitarian efforts, all of us should personally continue to make an effort on our selves. We all should strive to pray on time, learn and teach the word of Allah, Al Quraan and dress in a way that will reflect Muslim values. In reality Allah knows the condition of the hearts and it is to him that all of us have to submit.

Your brother in Islam
Shaykh Junaid
Imam Inglewood Musjid
California
USA

sambrook
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Dear Queen Rania,

I have recently become aware of your work and I am a big fan. I am British and I live in Egypt. I recently converted to Islam and I am eager to begin a project to promote peace arond the world between Muslims and non-muslims. In the west, a lot of people have misconceptions and prejudices about Muslims and Islam. I propose to begin a campaign to re-educate such people. I also think it would help to reeducate Muslims, so that both sides can work toward a mutual goal of peace.

I would like to start by addressing the proposed burning of the Qu'ran by Pastor Terry Jones and the Dove Outreach Center to commemorate 9/11. I am shocked that anyone can think that this is the best way to commemorate it. We should all be striving for peace. This action will just incite more violence!

I have looked at the Dove Outreach Center's website and they say that their teachings are based on the bible and the website states "God loves you and he longs for a real and deep relationship with you. He created you on purpose and it's his desire that everyone knows and fulfills his calling." It is my belief that God created and loves all of us, no matter what our beliefs.

I encourage Muslims around the world to answer Pastor Jones with love and peace and not more violence. Pastor Terry Jones and the Dove Outreach Center are just a minority of the western population, just as Al Qaeda is a minority of Islam. Let's rise above the violence and join together in striving for genuine, true love and peace around the world.

As I say, I would like to start by addressing this issue and to commemorate the anniversary of 9/11 and I ask the world to focus on peace. I also have some other ideas to help bridge the gap between Islam and the western population.

I am a freelance writer and I live in Cairo. I have written a number of articles for Egyptian magazines, including the cover story of the Ramadan issue of leading Egyptian magazine Identity: Insha Allah - God is Willing and So Am I. You can view the article at http://www.facebook.com/?sk=2347471856#!/note.php?note_id=10150233423830655.

I would love to hear your views on the subject and I would like to know if you would be interested in getting involved.

Salams,
Samantha

omran1967
Friday, September 10, 2010

Your majesty Queen Rania al Abdullah.
My name is Omran Brkawi.
i am 42 year old.
Married and have four children.
i am proud to be a Jordanian citizen.
My work is a taxi driver .
Driving Taxi as a work gave me the opportunity to visit the most interesting Sites in Jordan .
I created through my modest abilities.nice profile about jordan.
http://www.wayn.com/profiles/omran1967
I am proud to inform Your Majesty that my page ranking the first in Jordan & 42 in the all world .
Many Foreign & tourists write to me and booking me as a driver.
I had the honor to take part in the contest ( Twisit Jordan ) & posted MY video.
http://www.twitvid.com/RGDVH
ALL My Dream ( me and my kids ) That I can buy a small tourist bus or taxi in the monthly installments.
I am ready to sent a quarter of their income this bus or taxi to help orphans.
I thank Your Majesty for giving me the honor of writing to you.
i am sorry if my english is not good.

omran brkawi
omran_brkawi@yahoo.com

khaledsaadeh
Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Your Majesty's

You are considered as mother of Jordanians, and I am one of your children, i would like to share my problem with you to find a way to solve it, and that maybe high light popular issue that most of youth probably face,

My problem is with girl that I knew, she don’t have a right to choose her destiny because of her family (tradition and culture), so I need your help,

Thank you

Barry L. Chusid
Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Your Majesty's,
In 2001just before the events of 9/11, I was wonderfully welcomed to Jordan and After Attending the Site of His Majesty, The Father of the King, and your Father in Law, I was Blessed to be allowed to visit the grave. I loved him.
I left Gifts, with the Guards, and I hope they were enjoyed.
I have Retired from the Service, yet still retain contacts in multiple circles. From Time, to a Time, I have considerably useful information, which I would prefer to express under more secure circumstances.The Safety and Security of Your Majesty's are of some required Honor, His Majesty, King Abdullah's Father had my Word of Honor.You might check with His Majesty of Morocco on the absolute nature of that statement. Death for me, before Dishonor.
Occassionally, things arrive upon my desk which involve the Safety of Yourself and His Majesty.I would rather a more private forum.
Barry L. Chusid //USSS Id#Z3

abd el wahab shraim
Wednesday, September 1, 2010

queen rania you are the best :D

advpradeep
Friday, August 20, 2010

Hello,
I personally dont know you,but after reading so many good things about you i felt happy that still good people are alive..in this world..I would love to educate small kids and and make them understand the reality of life,current segments,law knowledge,how to respect older people and poor people.etc..looking for a path to spread education ..and i dont need any remuneration for this from your side.just a place to stay and plenty support from you to make kids the best youth and responsible youth.world-wide.

abed.kittaneh
Thursday, August 19, 2010

My dear queen Rania,

i want to thank you from all of my heart for what you did to this beautifull country and others countries.

you are really amazing queen, mother, wife and humanitarian.
I PROUD that you are MY QUEEN.

allah ydemek lal watan o elna ya rab.

34040419930204222X
Thursday, August 12, 2010

Dear Queen Rania

Have you seen my last comment?I have made a silly mistake:"ang" is "and" actually.And I forgot to leave my post number:232001.I know you really are busy ,but I am eager to receive your rely.And if I have your address I will write a letter to you!
Rania(Can I call you by your name directly?It's a really kind and beautiful name I think.)Have you ever came to China?Welcome to my country and my hometown--Anhui Province.

Haigaz
Sunday, August 8, 2010

Your majesty Queen Rania al Abdullah,
I Am Haigaz Kradenian, proud to be a Jordanian citizen from Armenian origins , i work as a freelance photographer , i will be more than happy to be a volunteer to help your majesty through my photos , Our Dear Queen your office can call me anytime and give me any assignment so i can participate in the best way that i can do to help changing lives for the better.
your servant,
Haigaz Kradenian
+962 799131606

baberbaig
Saturday, August 7, 2010

Dear Queen I am Mahmud Baig Baber from Pakistan. I love your country because of you. Why ? Because you are really serving your people. I have different field experience in banking, social mobilization and now as Dairy Farm Advisor. I have done my qualifications (MS.c. Hons) in Agriculture Agronomy. I present my skills in education in Agriculture, Dairy Farming and Micro financing to serve your lovely Jordan. Its my dream to serve Muslims and human all over the world.

34040419930204222X
Friday, July 23, 2010

Dear Queen Rania

I'm a Chinese girl ang great admirer of you.I agree with you that:"Education=Opportunity."I am 17 and is preparing for my college extrance examination which will be held next summer.I would be very happy if you could send me a hand-written letter or a picture of you with"to 菱(Ling)".
Many thanks in advance for your kindness.

Hope your country will be better ang better,your family will be warmer and warmer!

Yours sincerely,
Ling Wang(My Chinese name:王菱)

My Address:
Class 26,Grade 3/No.2 Senior High School/ Huai Nan/Anhui Province/
China

SAB
Monday, July 19, 2010

Dear Queen Rania,

I am a young Architect and Intrepreneur from Stuttgart.
I would like to send you a letter for an interesting project.
Can you please mail me an adress I could send the letter to?
Many thanks and Kind Ragards

Anuscha Banedj-Schafii