Queen Rania visited Mafraq's Hayyan Rwaybed Village

Queen Rania visited the village of Hayyan Rwaybed in Mafraq to meet with members of the local community, including beneficiaries of an economic-empowerment program supported by the Royal Court. Financed under a royal grant and implemented in collaboration with the Community Centers Association the scheme provides 145 community members with financing to launch their own income-generating projects.
Queen Rania of Jordan wears Basmet Al-Khair Charitable Society' traditional Jordanian dress. Queen Rania wore Talitha Salma embroidered dress
Queen Rania of Jordan wears Basmet Al-Khair Charitable Society' traditional Jordanian dress. Queen Rania wore Talitha Salma embroidered dress
Queen Rania of Jordan wears Basmet Al-Khair Charitable Society' traditional Jordanian dress. Queen Rania wore Talitha Salma embroidered dress
Queen Rania of Jordan wears Basmet Al-Khair Charitable Society' traditional Jordanian dress. Queen Rania wore Talitha Salma embroidered dress
Queen Rania of Jordan wears Basmet Al-Khair Charitable Society' traditional Jordanian dress. Queen Rania wore Talitha Salma embroidered dress
Queen Rania of Jordan wears Basmet Al-Khair Charitable Society' traditional Jordanian dress. Queen Rania wore Talitha Salma embroidered dress
Queen Rania of Jordan wears Basmet Al-Khair Charitable Society' traditional Jordanian dress. Queen Rania wore Talitha Salma embroidered dress

10 comments:

  1. Hoy se ve menos acartonada, la cara se le ve mas natural. el traje divino y el cabello hermoso.

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  2. Beautiful dress in traditional style. If only the women in her country would follow their queen and stop covering up their hair.

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    1. Rania is such a beautiful woman!

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    2. Rania is fortunate to be surrounded by a husband and other men in her immediate family who support her choice to not cover her head if she chooses. Sadly many of the women in her country are not as fortunate, and in fact a large number of the women actually prefer to cover up.
      Yes, she is very beautiful.

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    3. Would you say that about Orthodox Jewish women, nuns, eastern European women, and African women, many of whom cover their hair?It’s a offensive and ignorant to think these women are being forced to cover their hair. Most of them do it because they believe it is modest and that God requires it of them. And for them, they find it normal and in many cases, liberating to wear the hijab. In a place like Jordan, it is their choice to cover or not and in the end, isn’t that what freedom is about?

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    4. No, Anonymous April 26 at 5:33, it is not offensive and ignorant. Would you say that to Masih Alinejad, 41 years old, born in Iran, living in New York now? She started "My stealthy freedom". And she could say a lot about being forced and not having equal rights. There may be women who cover deliberately, but a lot of others do not. Shaparak and about 40 women in Iran have been arrested because they refused to cover. Probably these women find that YOU are ignorant?

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  3. Today Q Rania's look is perfect, she can wear almost every thing she is very slender everything looks better, and she is very pretty.

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  4. I love when Queen Rania wears traditional Arab clothing. I wish she would wear the head covering, hijab, a bit more when she wears traditional clothing, because it is the perfect finishing touch to any traditional Arab dress.

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