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Fearless @QueenRania takes on the mighty @Oprah

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  • On:Saturday, April 24, 2010 7:19:47 AM
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    September 11, that infamous day that shall forever live in the minds and conscious of humanity for ever. A date, that strikes anxiety in the most maverick veterans of politics, especially if they're from that part of the world branded as "Middle" and "East". That date was attacked again this time by the stunning, glamorous,  and ever radiating, the humble, sociable and lovable Queen Rania Al Abdallah.

    This time the velvety attack was at the animosity and hatred that erupted in the aftermath of the horrible mindless atrocity. Turning man against man, tearing the fabric of the global village that was still in it's infancy

    Queen Rania on Oprah

    What I can say is, simply, Bravo Queen Rania, Bravo... You managed to, once again, "shock and awe" everyone into attention, then masterfully navigated your way out of that minefield. Scoring a few positive messages on your way out. Where rarely ANYTHING positive is ever heard in the western media. Let alone a prime time show like Oprah

    Quick links:On Oprah, Tour Jordan with the queen

    Her eloquence and elegance reminds me of late king Hussein. She's wise beyond her years.

    She's a wonderful queen on a Mission, or should I say, tackling tough and very brave goals. From educate people to bridging the gaps between East and west to improving the image, and clearing the name of the culture that has been demonized. All while doing that with so much class and acceptance to diversity and tolerance.

    Just imagine, how many hearts and minds have been touched by this soft, but extremely powerful message. Now think of all those hate shouting, flag burning crowds sending all sort of wrong messages.

    I'm so honored to have a queen like that who takes every opportunity to brush some of the ill begotten ideas off the amazing culture that she comes from. This culture that has come under so much fire in recent years after being hijacked by extremists from all sides.

    Thank you Queen Rania for being our Ambassador to the west, and the rest of the world. Thank you for properly representing us. Thank you for being our face and voice. Thank you for not abandoning the fight and leaving the arena to the ugly face of extremism and hatred.

    Thank you

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    • Haitham Al Shishani
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    • On: 4/24/2010 11:30:46 AM
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    Well said,
    She is extraordinary indeed.

    H.
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    • Marvin
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    • On: 5/13/2010 5:14:59 AM
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    I thought Queen R did well in that interview. It certainly was a step up from the usual sort of crap that Oprah broadcasts, the whole "woe is me, I've suffered so much, I'm so damaged, I vow to feel GOOD about myself again!" That kind of message is good once in awhile, but nonstop, every day, it just rots your brain.

    So, Queen R was a nice interval in what normally is a waste of bandwidth.
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    • Omar
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    • On: 5/16/2010 4:07:03 PM
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    ahhh god dude!
    I seriously felt noxious reading this post! What the hell are you talking about?! Do you really applaud a parachute-jumped queen that spends the money of her poor dwelling-in-poverty people on private designers on demand for her fashion fetishes! And what kind of crap is that that she's beyond smart and wise?! I can present hundreds of more educated Jordanian girls that would beat her in any debate in a blink and they don't spend 0.1% of the money she splurges around like its hers!

    Not in my entire life in the States have I heard any applause for her humanitarian efforts for bull! Queen Rania of Jordan is an icon for fashion celebrities! Just a pretty face from the middle east, no one gives a crap for what that Arab Barbey has to say! You seriously have to wake up pal!
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    • On: 5/16/2010 7:22:45 PM
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    Omar,
    You're entitled to your own opinion. People are also entitled to disagree with you.
    I personally get asked all the time about Queen Rania, and her humanitarian efforts. She's not just a pretty face. She is smart in so many avenues, well educated, and has the opportunity to actually make a difference.
    No one ever suggested that other Jordanian women are lesser than Queen Rania in any way. If anything, the public, augment and support the officials. I just hope all of that continues to exist.
    As for her "spending", I don't want to justify anything, I haven't heard of the Queen or the royal family in general ever blew millions on belly dancers or gambling tables. They do have a certain status to maintain and that happens to be far higher than what most Jordanians can afford. Part of the perks of being a queen.

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