Jordanian King Abdullah Receives Westphalian Peace Prize

Queen Rania and King Abdullah of Jordan are seen after a ceremony where King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein received the International Westphalian Peace Prize 2016 at the City Hall in Münster, Germany. The award, endowed with a total prize of 100,000 euros, goes to Jordan's King Abdullah. The King has been awarded a prestigious prize in Germany for his peace efforts in the Middle East. Queen Rania and King Abdullah attend the Westphalian Peace Prize Dinner at City Hall in Münster.
Queen Rania and King Abdullah attended the ceremony of International Westphalian Peace Prize 2016 at the City Hall in Münster, Germany
Queen Rania and King Abdullah attended the ceremony of International Westphalian Peace Prize 2016 at the City Hall in Münster, Germany
Queen Rania and King Abdullah attended the ceremony of International Westphalian Peace Prize 2016 at the City Hall in Münster, Germany
Queen Rania and King Abdullah attended the ceremony of International Westphalian Peace Prize 2016 at the City Hall in Münster, Germany
Queen Rania and King Abdullah attended the ceremony of International Westphalian Peace Prize 2016 at the City Hall in Münster, Germany

5 comments:

  1. Bientôt le prix Nobel de la Paix pour ce couple courageux

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  2. Did anybody else see the '60 Minutes' news story on American TV? He gets out there with his troops in battle gear with guns and goes thru military practices with them, then he gave a talk on his philosophy about taking in immigrants, and peace in the Mideast. I was enchanted by his kindness. He is truly his Father's son and striving onward with strength and courage. He is well deserving of all recognitions.

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  3. Did anybody else see the '60 Minutes' news story on American TV? He gets out there with his troops in battle gear with guns and goes thru military practices with them, then he gave a talk on his philosophy about taking in immigrants, and peace in the Mideast. I was enchanted by his kindness. He is truly his Father's son and striving onward with strength and courage. He is well deserving of all recognitions.

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    1. I saw it and like you found myself in awe really. He is a kind, gentle yet strong ruler. His Father would be so proud. Rania is a good match for him and they are both good for Jordan and its people.

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  4. Wonderful pair. King Hussein would be proud of his son and daughter in law as surely Princess Muna is.

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