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His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday discussed in a telephone call with Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam, the challenges facing the region and efforts to address them, especially in light of the spread of violence and extremism.
His Majesty King Abdullah, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, on Wednesday, visited the Southern Military Zone, where he met a number of officers.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday performed Eid Al Fitr prayers with worshippers at King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque.
His Majesty King Abdullah, accompanied by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Hussein, performed noon prayers on the last Friday of Ramadan at the Great Ajloun Mosque.
His Majesty King Abdullah joined worshippers on Thursday night at the King Hussein Mosque in performing taraweeh prayers and prayers marking Laylat Al Qadr, which Muslims celebrate on the eve of Ramadan 27 to mark the anniversary of the revelation of the Quran.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday, while chairing part of the Cabinet session convened to discuss the repercussions of the Israeli aggression on Gaza, King Abdullah reiterated that the Israeli aggression must stop as soon as possible, stressing Jordan’s rejection of Israel’s policy of collective punishment and targeting civilians.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday reaffirmed Jordan’s stand with the Palestinian people, with all its capabilities, in facing the fallout of the Israeli aggression on Gaza and called on the international community to shoulder its responsibilities to secure protection for the Palestinians and stop the Israeli assault.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday called for an immediate ceasefire of the Israeli aggression in Gaza, cautioning against the consequences of the catastrophic campaign in the region.
His Majesty King Abdullah and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday discussed the developments in Gaza.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday met with US Vice President Joe Biden, and warned against the “dangerous” escalation in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, which he said would deepen the suffering of Palestinians and fail peace efforts.