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His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday visited the northern governorate of Irbid where he was greeted by thousands of its citizens and community leaders.
10 July 2005
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Sunday met U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick, who arrived in Jordan on a short working visit.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Sunday instructed the government to reconsider a Cabinet decision issued last February that designated the Development and Investment Fund of the Jordanian Armed Forces to execute the Disi water conveyance project. The project is meant to carry potable water to Amman.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Saturday said Jordan will send its ambassador to Iraq despite the recent assassination of the Egyptian ambassador there at the hands of a terrorist group.
His Majesty King Abdullah II, during a phone-call with Egyptian President Mohammed Hosni Mubarak, expressed his condemnation of the heinous crime of the assassination of the Egyptian Ambassador-designate, Ihab Al-Sharif, in Baghdad.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Friday condemned "the tragic and terrorist attacks on London yesterday."
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday condemned the terrorist attacks that targeted London today.
7 July 2005
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday met with U.S. Senator Carl Levin, ranking democrat on the Senate's Armed Services Committee, who is touring the region. The King and Levin discussed ways to enhance Jordanian-US ties and the regional situation, especially with regards to the Palestinian-Israeli peace process.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday met with Feisal Abdul-Rauf, Chairman of the Cordoba Initiative, which enhances ties between the Islamic world and the US, and Ingrid Mattson, Vice-President of the Islamic Society for North America.
Leading Muslim clerics on Wednesday endorsed religious edicts (fatwas) forbidding the declaration of any Muslim an apostate (takfir) and limiting the issuance of religious edicts to qualified Muslim clerics in the eight schools of Islamic jurisprudence.