UP CLOSE & PERSONAL: Jordan's King Abdullah II takes You on a Royal Tour


UP CLOSE & PERSONAL: Jordan's King Abdullah II takes You on a Royal Tour
by Darius Kadivar

At Crossroads of the upheavals shaking the Arab World, Jordan's Kingdom has played a key stabilizing role in the Middle East Peace Process. King Abdullah II takes you into an exciting journey across Jordan from a unique perspective.

Jordana Royal Tour :

Part I :

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Part II:

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Part III:

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Part IV:

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Part V:

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Royal Trek:<

A Trekkie Fan, the Then Crown Prince Abdullah still a student in the US had the opportunity in 1995 to play a cameo part in Star Trek - Voyager, Episode 35

President Obama Welcomes King Abdullah II of Jordan at White House, May 17th, 2011 :

Jordan protesters demand Constitutional change:

Pro-democracy protests sweeping across the Middle Eastand North Africa have also hit Jordan, where opposition groups have held demonstrations demanding greater political freedoms.

Queen Rania : Send me your stereotypes :

Queen Rania is launching her presence on YouTube with this exclusive video.

Queen Rania on her work, goals on Education, and Family:

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Fareed Zakaria interview King Abdullah at the Davos Annual Meeting 2010 :

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