President Trump and Melania Trump Welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan to White House
Brought to you by Desert Diamond: http://ddcaz.com (AP) - President Donald Trump will meet Jordan's King Abdullah II this week but there are questions as to ...
Jordan's Queen Rania and Princess Iman visit cultural tourism group in Amman
The mother-daughter duo visited Amman's famous Rainbow Street with the Out and About group.
Queen Rania of Jordon in powerful attack on ISIS
During a powerful address to the Abu Dhabi Media Summit in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the 44-year-old monarch spoke out against horror videos of being promoted by ISIS on Twitter and Facebook.
Sitt al-Mulk
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Yatie
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Zabibe
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Asma bint Shihab
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Zein al-Sharaf Talal
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Queen of Sheba
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Musbah bint Nasser
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Queen Rania of Jordan
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Samsi
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Arwa al-Sulayhi
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Huzaima bint Nasser
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Alia al-Hussein
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Aliya bint Ali
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