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Jordan comes to the rescue of Gaza air strikes victims

IBN Live 2008/12/31King Abdullah II Gives Blood for Palestinians

As the war rages on between the Palestinians and Israel, an offer of help to the Palestinians comes from Jordan's Queen Rania.

As a sign of support and solidarity, she has donated blood for the survivors at the Al-Hussein Medical Centre in Amman.
Queen Rania who has a Palestinian background has also urged other Jordanians to come forward and help.
On Monday, King Abdullah II also donated blood.
Following the air strikes on Gaza since Saturday, the Islamist lead opposition in Jordan has been demanding an end to the peace treaty with Israel.
King Abdullah said, “Our duty now is to stop the Israeli military offensive against our brothers in Gaza. We are ready to help our brothers as requested. We spoke to the army to prepare military hospitals and hopefully we will be sending them very soon to Gaza. Donating the blood is something simple and the least we can offer to our brothers in Gaza.”
Speaking to reporters after giving blood at the King Hussein Medical Centre on Monday, Abdullah said that his country will dispatch military hospitals to Gaza to help treat those wounded in Israeli air strikes.
..."We in Jordan are uncomfortable and there is no one closer to the Palestinians than Jordanians. ...

Daniel 11:23 And after the league made with him he shall work deceitfully: for he shall come up, and shall become strong with a small people.

Gaza air campaign 'a first stage'

BBC 2008/12/30

Israel's air assault on Gaza is "the first in several stages" of operations aimed at ending militant rocket fire, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said. As bombing continued for a fourth day, another top official said Israel was ready for "long weeks of action". ...Opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu has backed the offensive, telling the BBC that "Israel is using a fraction of its power to try to target surgically the terrorists". ...

Arabs lavish jewels on Secretary of State Rice

Associated Press 2008/12/22

President George W. Bush's foreign policies may be unpopular in the Middle East, but Arab leaders showered his top diplomat with jewelry worth far more than a quarter of a million dollars last year.

While Bush himself didn't fare nearly as well, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice raked in at least $316,000 in gem-encrusted baubles from the kings of Jordan and Saudi Arabia alone, making her one of top recipients among U.S. officials of gifts from foreign heads of state and government and their aides in 2007. In January, Jordan's King Abdullah II gave Rice an emerald and diamond necklace, ring, bracelet and earrings estimated to be worth $147,000, according to the State Department's annual inventory of such items released Monday just in time for Christmas. The king and his wife, Queen Rania, also gave Rice a less expensive necklace and earrings along with a jewelry box valued at $4,630, the document shows. ...

Daniel 11:21 ...but he shall come in peaceably, and obtain the kingdom by flatteries

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The End of WMDs

Newsweek.WashingtonPost.com 2008/12/19

...This week I was privileged to join a distinguished group of 100 international political, military, business and civic leaders in Paris to launch Global Zero (www.GlobalZero.org), a campaign to mobilize decisive momentum for the global elimination of nuclear weapons. Global Zero is combining public outreach with high-level policy work to develop a step-by-step plan for phased, verified reduction of the world's estimated 27,000 nuclear weapons down to zero. ...My husband King Hussein, a Hashemite direct descendant of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), steadfastly called for removing nuclear weapons from the Middle East, calling them "One of the most dramatic examples of the gaps between the world's technological progress and moral rectitude." "Nuclear war is not a military problem. It is a moral dilemma," he said. In my husband's last interview before his death he underscored the threat of terrorism, the potential availability of WMD and our responsibility to future generations to increase control over them. And, he emphasized over and over again that only through dialogue and truly listening and trying to understand each other's perspectives, fears and needs would we find solutions to the issues that divide us. Global Zero is helping to facilitate that dialogue, and with it a path to peace. ...

1 Thessalonians 5:3 For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.

Calls in Iran to Topple Egyptian, Saudi Regimes

www.Memri.org 2008/12/12

Iran's attacks and accusations against Egypt and Saudi Arabia have recently intensified. In early December, Iran's leading conservative government dailies Kayhan and Jomhouri-ye Eslami accused the Egyptian and Saudi regimes of treason, and called on their peoples to topple their regimes. Kayhan editor Hossein Shariatmadari, who is close to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, praised Khaled Islambouli, the assassin of the late Egyptian president Anwar Al-Sadat, and called to follow his example. At the same time, student demonstrations were held in Tehran, during which protesters called for killing Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and threw firebombs at the Egyptian interest office. Also, on December 10, 2008, an Iranian group called "Brothers of Radhwan" set fire to the offices of Saudi Arabian Airlines in Tehran, to protest against what the group called the rapprochement between Saudi Arabia and "the regime occupying Jerusalem."(1) The Egyptian Foreign Ministry protested to the director of the Iranian interest office in Cairo, Hossein Rajabi, against the attacks in the Iranian press and the anti-Egypt demonstrations in Tehran.(2) Following are excerpts from the Kayhan and Jomhouri-ye Eslami articles ...

Unofficial Iraqi Proposal: Implement EU Model In Gulf

TheMemriBlog.org 2008/12/11

Iraqi government spokesman Ali Al-Dabbagh has unofficially called... for the establishment of a regional political body in the Persian Gulf similar to the EU. The body would be for economic and security cooperation, and for resolving disputes and clashes among the states in the region.

Al-Dabbagh proposed that the body include Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait, with the option of expanding it to include the rest of the GCC countries.

1 GW Solar Plant Planned By Amelio, Al-Husseini Group In Jordan

SolarIndustryMag.com 2008/12/4

The Al-Husseini Group, a diversified real estate, industrial and trading organization based in Amman, Jordan, and PV module manufacturer Amelio Solar have initiated a joint venture to bring large-scale photovoltaic energy production capacity to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in cooperation with the government and the national utility. The joint venture has launched a multi-year project to construct a 1 GW photovoltaic power generation plant in Jordan, including an integrated 200 MW thin-film photovoltaic module factory that will serve as a dedicated, low-cost source of Amelio Solar thin-film photovoltaic modules to supply the power plant. ... Over a three-year installation period, the factory will reach an annual manufacturing capacity of 200 MW, beginning with a 22 MW manufacturing line to be completed in 2009.

Daniel 8:25 And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand

Students tackle global issues through robotics competition

The Jordan Times 2008/12/4

A total of 360 students convened on the shores of the Dead Sea on Wednesday to engage in an engineering challenge by executing tasks that rely on science, team building and problem solving. The 59 teams of Jordanian students across the county, and one team from Lebanon are taking part in the fourth national robotics competition, launched by HRH Prince Hamzah Ben Al Hussein yesterday at the King Hussein Convention Centre. ...“I am extremely proud,” Prince Hamzah said, “to see students from all over Jordan and Lebanon engaged so passionately in the analysis and application of science and technology.” “This competition encourages young minds to pursue scientific thinking as a means of overcoming challenges and therefore to contribute to Jordan's advancement,” he added. ....In line with the JCEE mandate to develop and promote innovative educational applications and curricula among private and public schools in Jordan and the Arab world, the centre will hold the First FLL Arabia and the second Arab robotic competition in March 2009 in the Kingdom. More than 12 Arab countries will take part, according to the statement. These accomplishments are made possible through major partnerships with the Ministry of Education, the King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau and the King Abdullah II Fund for Development.

Daniel 12:4 But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.

MKO invites Jordan MPs to Paris confab

PressTV 2008-12-3

The daily Al-Arab al-Youm reported Wednesday that over 35 Jordanian parliamentarians have received invitations to take part in a conference headed by MKO leader Maryam Rajavi. One lawmaker Abdullah al-Jazi said upon receiving the invitation he had made it clear that he did not intend to attend the conference. According to the report, 25 members of the Jordanian parliament have so far accepted the invite. This is the third time that the outlawed organization extends invitations to Jordanian parliamentarians. Earlier in September when 33 Jordanian officials participated in an MKO-organized rally in Paris, the Hashemite Kingdom's Foreign Ministry was quick to reject any shift in Amman's position on the terrorist organization. "Jordan has not changed its position on the Mujahedin Khalq Organization. The participation of Jordanians in a conference organized by the MKO was an individual decision and does not reflect the official Jordanian stand," Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nassar Habashneh was quoted as saying. ...

 

WIPO International Seminar Urges Arab Countries for More R&D Development

ag-IP News 2008/12/3

...Tackling the same issue of Research and Technology Development in the Arab region was Dr. Bashar Khasawneh, director of Research Programs at King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau, who started his presentation by stating some figures: "Scientific publications in the Arab world amount to 1.1% of the worlds publications, where 6,500 books are published by Arab writers, compared to 102,000 in North America.""Ironically, Arab states are spending more on military needs than on R&D for defense purposes; however, they are not realizing that it is the R&D, innovations, science and technology that we should invest in to create a concrete defense mechanism," he added. Speaking about Jordan and R&D, Khasawneh clarified that 3% of R&D funding is coming from the private sector while 79% is from the public sector, adding, This means that there is so little solid faith in our potentials to be creative and innovative that the private sector is not devoting enough financial resources to enhance the R&D field. Khasawneh, in his presentation, mentioned some of the solutions for boosting R&D that include reforming the education system to promote scientific enquiry and critical thinking; establishing excellence centers and technology incubators; creating and funding patent registration services and launching awareness campaigns. "Governments should establish national research agendas with the priority of funding and supporting R&D; meanwhile, academic and research centers could contribute to the enhancement of R&D by stopping the brain-drain process and becoming talent magnets, gauging national needs for university disciplines and strengthening industry-university ties," he elaborated. ...Meanwhile, the second day of the five-day seminar highlighted other issues, mainly the valuation of Intellectual Property (IP) assets and development of a national IP strategy in addition to the role of the private sector in promoting respect for IP rights. In this regard, Hams Madanat, executive director of Internal Training and Continuous Education at Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization (TAG-Org) explained the private sectors corporate social responsibility to raise awareness among the public in respect of the importance of IP and the need to respect and maintain IP rights. "When coupled with a solid legislative system and a conducive research and development environment, IP shall create an infrastructure for a strong, ever-evolving knowledge-based economy," she stated. ...

Daniel 11:38 But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things.

Daniel 12:4 But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.

Pres. Lee, Jordanian King Sign MOU on Cooperation

King Abdullah II & President LeeKBS 2008/12/1

President Lee Myung-bak and Jordanian King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein held summit talks Monday and discussed the strengthening of bilateral economic cooperation. At the talks in Seoul, the two leaders agreed to expand South Korean companies’ participation in Jordanian projects, including the building of nuclear power plants, a waterway linking the Red Sea and Dead Sea and desalination facilities. ... Following the talks, the two signed memoranda of understanding on cooperation for the construction of nuclear power plants and waterways. ...