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His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday arrived in the Thai capital Bangkok, the last station of a tour of East Asia which also took him to Japan and China.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday sent a cable to the Tueni family, expressing condolences over the death of Lebanese publisher and parliamentarian Gibran Tueni. Tueni, along with a number of civilians, was killed in a bomb blast in Beirut on Monday.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday said that the challenges facing Muslims requires them to build stronger relations among themselves in a way that enhances the image of Islam as a religion of peace, tolerance and balance.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday visited the National Chinese Defense University, which the Jordan Armed Forces enjoys scientific and military exchange.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Friday met with the Supreme Advisor of Japan Democratic Party Tsutomu Hata, with whom he discussed Japan's role in establishing stability in the Middle East and in building a unified and stable Iraq. The King said that the people of the region appreciate Japan's support to the peace process and its financial assistance which helps improve the living standard of citizens. Hata acknowledged Jordan's central role in realizing security and stability in the Middle East.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday visited Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko at the Royal Palace. The Emperor welcomed King Abdullah, saying that the relations between the royal families are historical and expressed hope they would prosper in the future. King Abdullah said the relationship is distinguished relations and expressed Jordan's appreciation for Japanese aid in various fields, especially in technology transfer.
8 Dec. 2005
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday arrived in the Japanese capital, Tokyo, on the first leg of an East-Asian tour, during which he will also travel to China and Thailand.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday said the absence of consensus on who is a Muslim and on the conditions of ifta (the issuing of religious edicts) had led to divisions and differences within the Islamic community and to accusations of apostasy and internecine fighting among Muslims.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday arrived in Saudi Arabia, where he will participate in an emergency Islamic summit in Mecca today.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday urged senior police officers to enhance a “relationship of mutual respect between ordinary citizens and policemen within the context of the rule of law.”