Queen Rania attended Misk Global Forum 2017 in Riyadh

Queen Rania of Jordan attended Misk Global Forum 2017 (MGF) held at Four Seasons Hotel in the Saudi capital Riyadh. The queen urged the Arab world to create more opportunities for its youth strengthen its education systems and harness technology to empower its societies. The theme of 2017 is "Meeting the Challenge of Change".
Queen Rania of Jordan attended Misk Global Forum 2017 (MGF) held at Four Seasons Hotel in the Saudi capital Riyadh
Crown Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia at Hotel at Kingdom Tower in Riyadh. Queen Rania of Jordan style, fashions
Crown Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia at Hotel at Kingdom Tower in Riyadh. Queen Rania of Jordan style, fashions
Crown Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia at Hotel at Kingdom Tower in Riyadh. Queen Rania of Jordan style, fashions
Crown Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia at Hotel at Kingdom Tower in Riyadh. Queen Rania of Jordan style, fashions
Crown Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia at Hotel at Kingdom Tower in Riyadh. Queen Rania of Jordan style, fashions

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  1. "Meeting the challenge of change" - yes, this world does need a lot of change!

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    1. And meeting the challenge by covering her hair...

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    2. Heather, I think her outfit is a concession to the Saudi hosts. One can see that she wears the headscarf only on the back of her head. To me that seems like a compromise between the traditional attitude of the Saudis and her own modern life.

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  2. She looks like a nun with makeup. It's strange.

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  3. She looks like a benedictine nun...

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  4. Le foulard, c'est non! Elle n'en porte pas d'habitude, alors pourquoi là?

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  5. She looks beautiful in the headscarf. What about covering ones hair? Please, explain Heather, I don't understand why this is an issue? I guess she is dressed for the occation!?

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  6. She's a queen and shouldn't need to cover her hair.

    She doesn't do it in her own country so she shouldn't do it in saudi arabia, like Melania Trump also didn't. (I don't like the Trumps, but Melania without headscarf was a good sign)
    For the women in saudi arabia it would have been a good sign if Rania didn't wear a headscarf.

    @Simone:
    in most cases a headscarf is still a sign of forcing women (can't explain it better in english, hope you understand). For many women it's not a free choice.

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    1. She looks so beautiful and charming. She shows respect to the host country, however.

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  7. I realize she is in a delicate position by not wanting to be controversial but it's certainly ironic that she is talking about "change" while taking a backward step and wearing a headcovering she normally doesn't wear. But Coralie is correct - she is barely covering her hair!
    I don't like it that women who visit there are more or less obliged to cover their hair.

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  8. We can see that she is not at ease, that she is making a compromise. She can not ask them to take it off entirely. As diplomatic as can be. Certainly in a delicate position.

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