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His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday urged Muslim leaders and clerics in the US to continue their efforts to spell out the true image of Islam and its international message of tolerance and moderation.
16 Sept. 2005
His Majesty King Abdullah said that building a stable, secure Iraq would be a success enjoyed not only by Iraq alone, but by Jordan and the entire region.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Friday said that the Israeli withdrawal plan from the Gaza Strip is a courageous step which gives hope to achieve a just and lasting peace in the region.
His Majesty King Abdullah II said that terrorism and those who support it is a source of concern and forms a great challenge for the international community.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Friday continued his meetings with world leaders and heads of delegations participating in the UN 2005 World Summit.
His Majesty King Abdullah II reiterated the necessity of cooperation amongst the followers of the three monotheistic religions to spread peace and justice on earth by working together and accepting one other.
In the presence of Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah, former US President Bill Clinton Thursday launched the Clinton Global Initiative in New York whose aim is to meet global challenges.
New York - His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday held talks with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on the sidelines of the UN World Summit in New York.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday said justice, peace, freedom and moral values will shape the environment for global economic development and growth.
Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania opened up a dialogue on the essence of Islam with students of Islamic, Christian and Jewish faiths at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in Washington, DC. The academy's students expressed appreciation of the King's efforts in continuing the inter-faith dialogue and praised his efforts to achieve international peace.