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Subj: Jordanian Citizen
Date: 1/20/02 14:57:35 Central Standard Time
From: awadi@fwadi.com (ahmed wadi)
To: arabtimes@aol.com
 

Date: 20/12/2001
Jordanian Citizen
Intends to raise a complaint to the European Human Rights Court The Jordanian Citizen - E. N. had raised a complaint to the High Court of Justice for remuneration against the Capital Governor - due to a unexcused decision raised against him to forbid him from traveling / due to a request by his brother Dr. J. N. - Ex- Minister, whom there are financial and family conflicts between both brothers. But the High Court of Justice had had rejected the remuneration appeal due to the decision made by the capital governor to prevent him from traveling is not against the law, and did not cause any damages.


The airport authorities had returned Mr. E. N. from the airport, where his destination was to London for business trip, because he used to visit London several times for his business and trials he was following.
He called the lawyer Mr. Nigel Adams and asked him to study the case against the Jordanian Government before the European Human Rights Court, and a letter from the mentioned British Lawyer dated 22/11/2001 that he asked for supportive papers to raise the trial, the Jordanian citizen is in the process of preparing the papers.

 
From: acc-houston@ev1.net (ACC-Houston)
To: Undisclosed-Recipient:@platinum.rackshack.net;;
 

An Open and Urgent Letter from Imad F. Abdullah
January 21, 2002
Dear Friend,
I am taking the initiative to call on you with this personal note, and I am writing out of concern and under duress as I watch our dream hang in the balance.
The American Cultural and Community Center is at a serious crossroads, and unless all of us rally immediately, we are at risk of losing it to the Bank. ACC needs an immediate cash infusion to bridge this crisis.
Ever since the first meeting I had with 5 other individuals in September 93 to embark on the Arab Center, I never had any doubt that we will get there and succeed in building this Center. In fact, from the first public event when we presented the idea to our community in May of 1995, it has taken only 5 years to have the building in place, as we proudly toured it with our 2000 Gala Guests, Dr. Al-Otaiba and A.R.T's Hala Serhan.
This is almost record time for such a community endeavor by any group, and it was done on a volunteer basis and with no precedent in the United States to learn from. Our community supported the Center and the ACC Board delivered on its promise, and we are reaping visible benefits to all our community from this strong presence in Houston.
The present financial difficulty has nothing to do with the operation of the center. It is due to the short-term nature of the bank note, which makes payments fairly high. We are meeting extensively with several lenders and trying our best now to refinance, but the difficulty arises out of our inability to finance the outstanding debt as a long-term mortgage since we do not have a steady income stream that lenders are asking for. Lenders want Cash Flow, and on a regular basis, and this comes mainly out of written pledges and commitments.
So far we have raised nearly $2 million from our community, and have delivered an asset valued at $3 million at a minimum and met our continuous overhead, and have only an outstanding note of slightly under a million. The money raised is in a 16,000 square foot building and 13 acres of prime land. In fact, we recently had an unsolicited starting offer from an outside group to purchase our center for $2,500,000 for them to use as a community center, which of course we turned down. ACC is not for sale at any price.
We are in a crisis because, in addition to our regular overhead, we have to come up with about $35,000 every 3 months to meet the note payments. The situation with the September 11 World Trade Building collapse disaster has not helped and forced us to delay the Gala from last October to this February 16, and to channel much of our effort towards the repercussions of the event and to protect and assist our community.
ACC Board members and many friends have not hesitated in guaranteeing notes in the hundreds of thousands, nor in coming up with personal funds time and time again to meet the necessary payments. Many of them have even made loans to ACC to meet obligations, and as recently as last month to come up with that payment. They all believe in ACC so much, but at this time, it has stretched us very thin.
My friends, ACC needs you now more than ever, and needs you today. I am asking you to rise to the occasion, reach for your checkbook and send us a check today for whatever amount you can, be it in the hundreds or $1,000 if possible, and as much more as you can give, $5,000 or $10,000 or more. We need to show the pledge forms to the lenders, and the goal is to have at least 200 individuals out of the total to commit to a $1,000 per year to ACC. You can simply print the pledge form herewith and fill out the few pledge lines committing yourself to the amount you choose per year, and for the next 2 to 5 years, depending on your comfort level. As a Tax Deductible donation, the cost of a $1,000 donation to you is probably $600 to $700 only depending on your tax bracket, and possibly less if you are a corporation. We are a 501 C 3 Non Profit organization, and donations are Tax Deductible. I know I am asking a lot of each of you, but we have no alternative. If ACC is lost, there will never be another opportunity to re-establish a similar one, at least not in my lifetime. In times of crisis, we have no alternative but ourselves, and if there ever was a time, this is the time.
Please make your check payable to The Arab American Cultural and Community Center, and mail it with the pledge form today to ACC, 10555 Stancliff Road, Houston, Texas 77099. Please do not allow our request for $1,000 to hold your heart. Pledge what you can, and we're grateful.
Most important is your understanding of the situation, and please forgive me for the direct manner of asking. ACC has very little room now. Thank you
Imad F. Abdullah,
Charter Trustee Board Member, Past President

 
Subj: dear brother
Date: 1/23/02 19:05:29 Central Standard Time
From: rami_91@hotmail.com (rami badran)
To: arabtimes@aol.com
 

dear dr. osama:
hi, and hope that every thing is alright. first i am sorry not writting in arabic.
i am a palestinian who lives in palestine not any were else. i just wanna say that your ideals are very good but the way u show it and the things u write are irrelevant to the arab problems i mean does it really matter if the queen rania is not astrict muslim are u astrict muslim who pray 5 times????! besides i always feel that u enjoy it when ever u finde that any feamouse person have done any thing wrong.
but the thing that makes me so upset is what are saying about osama ben laden, u could be right but.... are u really sure from what are u saying and lets say that osama wanna rule the islamik world, first of all why??? why??
and u know more about osama and what he was before becoming an official mojahid, remeber that he does not think in the same way u think.... he is clean heart and very smart and also breave and u as apalestenian how do u help us in writting these things the arabs will think that we all are the same as u and to be honist with u i dont trust any arab in this world acceps the libians the reall men in the arab word. mabey i am wring u are right or maby some of what i have written is right i will be very happy if u well replay my ltter and correct me
your brother
rami...

 
Subj: VIP picture!!!
Date: 1/26/02 04:27:55 Central Standard Time
From: robin_jerusalem@yahoo.com (Robin Jayson)
To: arabtimes@aol.com
File: top.jpg (111395 bytes) DL Time (115200 bps):
 

Dear Sir,
This is a photo taken secretly in one of the dirtiest places in Ramallah city-Palestine. You can find in the picture: Yesser AbedRabboh (Minister of CULTURE & Information), Mustafa Issa -Abu Firas (the governor of Ramallah) and the poet Mahmoud Darweesh.
Could you please put it in your picture's page with a sweet caption?!
Yours,
Angry Palestinian

 
Subj: koraa wa rodood
Date: 2/27/02 00:31:04 Central Standard Time
From: Moe500SH
To: ARABTIMES
 

hi, i would like to congradulate for your great newspaper and for the honesty of your articles... i didn't know how to post this on your web site in the kora'a wa rodood section so i'll just mail it to you and hopefully you'll post it....
this message is for the arafat followers like Mr. falyouna here at your website talking mess about your newspaper and praising arafat,,,, for him i say "TOZ FEEK WEB ARAFAT TABAAK" i hope you excuse my language bass people like that piss me off .... this is going to be a long message so bare with me but it's worth reading... Ya Mr. falyouna you served with the U.N for many years and you can't speak that very good english?? ... bass thats not the issue here ... How the hell can anyone like that mother fu**r arafat?? to all those who like him i say you are a bunch of "idiots" not just him but other un-elected leaders,,,,, people like falyouna are the root our palestenian cause, people who like arafat day after day of him screwing us up.... the guy is what? almost 80 years old, sick, and dumb, where else in the entire world would you find a leader like him?? to those who like arafat and his "intelligence" groups i say , allah la eywaffikon ya wlad el haram,,,, kharabtoo byootna ya ekhwat el sharm***a in lebanon you screwed us up,,, in jordan you screwed us palestenians up and gave us a bad reputation,,,, you fought your own brothers in islam and arab brothers and even other palestenians,,,, everybody knows what goes on in lebanon refugee camps, stealing and "raping of wives of people who died for their country and have to beg the like of arafat and his followers for money" i say it with the bottom of my heart INTO WLAD HARAM,,,,, allaho akbar ya ammy!!! sho had , a person cannot be quiet anymore!!! what the hell is all of this corruption in the arab world?? are there no more morals? no sense of desency?? where are the millions of arabs ,,,,, we palestenians are dying in palestine and being killed everyday, and nobody answers our calls?? allaho akbar ya nasss! the israeli soldiers and high ranked officers are refusing to serve in the army because of the brutality they might use against palestenians ,,,,, meanwhile in the arab world ??? nothing , not even a simple peacefull march ... just to show support,,,,, the iranian minister of defense even though i don't know anything about the guy said something that i as a palestenian will never forget in my entire life ,,,, something that no arab leader dares to say anymore!!! he refused to believe in the idea of the israeli state, but dare any arab leader say that openly like he said ??? and really mean it? NO! ,,,,,,, ya amy palestine is almost gone and the people are all half dead and nobody answers our calls for our arab brothering countries for help,,,,,, instead of support we get pressure to sign peace papers from other arab countries like egypt? masr? masr abd el naser allah yerhamo he's probably crying blood for the state we're in right now!! the egyptian people are great people and this is not critisizing them but their current leadership,,, no names mentioned we all know who i'm talking about .... when israel wants peace we go running asking where to sign ??,,,,,,, what happened to us arabs??? WHAT HAPPENED?? the one of us is dying looking for food for his family and our leaders are stealing our money and taking off ... and others are fucking around with foreign hookers hisha el sam3een!! wake up people,,, wake the hell up!!!! sabra and shatila how could anyone look at those poor people and not cry ya alam ya hoo?? ibko ala sharafkom ya nass ibko al sharaff hal omma ,,,,,, Your arafat ya mr falyoun the first thing he did in lebanon is bull dozer schools and build doskas instead ,,,, you what formed your fatah??? the zooran and shabbeeha who did now want to go to school ..... you know what caused sabra and shatila ,,, that asshole whats his name before leaving beirut a loser like the bitsh he is said in those words" we did not lose the war???" " we still have a couple of thousand fighters in the camps in lebanon and in the camps of sabra and shatila" .... i hope mr fawzi helps me remember that mother fuckers name and thats what made the israelies go in there ..,,wake up, isha ya nayem!!,,, ya amy khalas if i want to talk about our arab world corruption i will not finish .... true in america arabs are hated ,,, bass i would rather live here and enjoy my freedom and democracy than live under such rulers,,,, "if you are hit by your enemy then thats ok, but if you are hit by your own iben balad then thats what really hurts!!" before you or any critisizes the democracy we enjoy in america go vote ya abaday!! once you guys have elections and presidents elected for just a term not the whole century then come and talk .... this e-mail is really long but its not long enough to tell you that you guys deserve someone like mr. fawzi to make fun of you maybe "maybe" you'll wake up and smell the real world and pull your head out of arafats ass!! q))| \)| q)| \) khirbat byootna and tsharshahna min wara rooskon!! all the good one are dead man!! koll el nass that struggled and strived for palestine were either killed by israel or shot by zooran arafat....habeebak arafat ya ustaz go ask him were the money of the thawra are???? we can't take it any more ya ammy!! I can't take anymore of the arab rulers crap, then there's iben laden akhoona hoon!! don't even get me started on him,,,, that guy helped us by getting our cause to the ears of the entire world and screwed us up at the same time, he screwed us up in one day more than it took arafat 30 years to do!!!! i'm so sorry for the long message i hope you publish part of it or all of it on your web site or newspaper ..... and sorry about the language ,,,,
THIS MESSAGE FROM: hal mowaten lmshahhar!

 
Subj: a reply to the second e-mail sent by Queen Rania
Date: 2/28/02 10:45:05 Central Standard Time
From: werty74@lycos.com (jeniffer james)
Reply-to werty74@lycos.com
To: arabtimes@aol.com
 

arabtimes@aol.com

To the Arab Times editor:

A second e-mail from "I ask you Not To Publish my name"

The following is a reply to the second e-mail sent by Queen Rania, in which she responded to my first reply, on the issue of hijab.

You can publish my email this time: werty74@lycos.com

Following is the text of my reply:

A Case of Complete Royal Bankruptcy

Dear Rania,

I really had no intention this time of replying to your e-mail, since it clearly reflected complete bankruptcy on your part. This was evident in the fact that you chose to respond only to one point in my previous e-mail, since you had no solid argument to respond to the other points. However, I felt that someone should tell you to show some modesty and not make big claims; for example, that you are more knowledgeable than Muslim scholars who interpreted the Koran. It is enough to refer to one point, which should make you feel very small, compared to those giants. Those scholars always attribute perfect knowledge to Allah when they say "wa Allahu a'lam" [Allah knows best] at the end of their explanations, as Ibn Kathir did in the passage you quoted. They never claim that they know everything, but they always do their best. They never brag about their knowledge, and this is the merit of true scholars. People who vaunt and bluster are those who possess shallow knowledge and who
can never be real scholars [like yourself I am afraid].

The other day, I was looking at one of your pictures, in which you smile innocently, and I noticed that your face does not reflect the arrogance you expressed in your reply. But it seems that your sinister self lies deep inside you. I strongly urge you to resist this sinister self, show some modesty, and admit that you have gotten yourself into a big predicament.

A piece of advice: Be modest and don't let people call you "Your Majesty" because "Majesty" belongs to Allah alone. One of the Prophet's traditions [hadith qudsi: Allah speaking] says something very dangerous, which should make your poor self tremble in fear. You can ask your royal scholars about this hadith. I'll give you a hint. It starts with: "al-azamatu izari wal kibriya'u rida'i..... "

 
Subj: NajiAli
Date: 2/28/02 17:17:23 Central Standard Time
From: dr-q@nets.jo (drQ)
To: arabtimes@aol.com
 

Marhaba,,,

I was very pleased to see ur new section on Naji Ali. What I want to say it that I've got improved cartoons of him -done by me-
I would love to send them to you...
if interested let me know!
best regards

Dr. Saba Qusus -NoMan'sRib-

 
Subj: A Report from a Suppressed Protest in Amman
Date: 3/9/02 06:49:17 Central Standard Time
From: azar22@hotmail.com (AZAR Association)
To: arabtimes@aol.com
 

Jordanian Regime Suppresses a Pro-Intifada Protest: A Field Report
==================================================================

Amman, Jordan
March 9, 2002
At noon sharp on Saturday 9, 2002, a human chain suddenly formed on the sidewalk between the First and Second Circle in Amman, Jordan. Every few yards a sign was raised: “Support the Intifada, No to Defeatist Initiatives”; “Lift the Official Arab Siege on Iraq”; “Palestine is ARAB”;
“Sharon and Bush are Partners in Crime”; “NO to the Aggression on Iraq and the Palestinian People”; etc.. Each sign was repeated dozens of times in one sequence as if to make the point clear to whomever it may concern, and to passers-by who started gathering around like the clouds before the rain.
A line of dedicated activists and citizens stood SILENTLY steadfast beneath those signs to underscore the point: WE CANT WATCH WHAT’S GOING ON IN PALESTINE AND IRAQ IN SILENCE ANYMORE!

In fact, the previously unannounced human chain was a peaceful protest against the massacres perpetrated by Zionists against the Palestinian people, against the looming threat of aggression on Iraq, and against the incompetence of Arab regimes, if not outright facilitation, of the aggression on Iraq and Palestine.

Minutes before the protest began, a few satellite TV stations and news agencies had been told of the protest. A leaflet explaining the objectives of the protest was handed out to passers-by. It was a day not to fear the oppression of Arab regimes.

But exactly seventeen minutes into the peaceful protest, around thirty anti-riot vehicles accompanied by several police cars rushed to the scene. Public security officers tore down the signs violently from the raised hands of the peaceful protestors. The entrance to the First Circle was blocked by the Police at the Second Circle. Anti—riot vehicles then lined up in one long row to separate the protestors from the people and the cars in the street, even though the protest remained totally on the sidewalk and didn’t obstruct traffic or pedestrians in any shape or form. Subsequently, the protestors were ordered to disband under the threat of force.

HAVING MADE THEIR POINT, the protestors began to disband, but it seems that wasn’t fast enough for civilian and police officers. Some of the protestors were pushed around. Others had their identity cards confiscated, but there were no reports of the usual arrests or beatings.

As a throng of protestors was headed away, a few of the women trying to speak about the protest to some TV crews in the area were prevented by force. Then Security personnel confiscated the tapes in all the TV cameras around. Chants erupted as a platoon of anti-riot troops closed in on the group. A security force intercepted the LEAVING protestors at the other end, and forced them to disband individually, and in different directions. In each case there were arguments and pushing, these were initiated by Security. In each case, it was very clear that the regime was most interested in clearing the Pro-Intifada protest as quickly as possible. Thus even if excessive force was not used as usual (because the protestors tried very hard not to give Security the excuse), the protest was suppressed nevertheless.

This comes as part of a pattern actually since pro-Intifada protests erupting in Al Baqaa and Al Wihdat Camps yesterday, Friday, March 8, 2002, were also contained by the iron hand of the security apparatus. At night, tear gas was used against pro-Intifada demonstrators, but there has been no reports of arrests so far.

The confiscation of the tapes of TV crews comes only a few days after the attorney general halted the distribution of two Arab Nationalist weeklies, Al Majd and Al Wihdah, after they published articles pertaining to financial corruption connected to high-ranking elements in the security apparatus.

In short then, there is no question that the Jordanian regime, just like other Arab regimes, has been falling short on both support for the Intifada and democracy. Given what’s going on in Palestine, an Arab regime has to BEYOND irrational to stifle expressions of Arab grass-roots support for the Intifada. Hence, there is no question that THIS IS THE TIME FOR THE ARAB PEOPLE TO MOVE *NOW* in spite of the Arab regimes in support of the Intifada. The Arab regimes have proven to be hopeless basket cases. If we don’t act immediately, no body else will. For this is the time to stop watching sad TV reports on Palestine and to go down to the street, COME WHAT MAY, to pressure Arab regimes to stop selling themselves wholesale to Bush and Sharon. The Palestinian people need us to act NOW. They don’t need the defeatist initiatives of those who try to pass off their vehement defense of their status and privileges at the expense of principle as ‘political realism’.

LET’S ACT NOW. PALESTINE NEEDS US MORE THAN EVER.

Later
Ibrahim Alloush

 
Subj: HELP! ARRESTS IN JORDAN
Date: 3/9/02 11:16:49 Central Standard Time
From: alloush43@hotmail.com (Ibrahim Alloush)
To: alloush@freearabvoice.org
 

Dear Friends,

Following a peaceful pro-Intifada protest in Amman at noon today, three activists have been called in to the  headquarters of Preventive Security in downtown Amman this afternoon where they have been detained pending their  trial in a State Security Court. These are: Dr. Aida Dabbas, Engineer Khaled Ramadan, and writer Mouwaffaq Mahadeen. WE NEED YOUR HELP. Please use the addresses below to email, write, and fax Jordanian officials worldwide to ask them to release the three activists as they have not engaged in any illegal activity and didn't cause public disorder in any shape or form. They are only being accused of participating in a pro-Intifada demonstration. Mind you arrests may continue and state security court doesn't follow civilian law.

Write to the Jordanian embassy in the country of your residence and to the Jordanian government directly.

To find the address of the Jordanian embassy in your country, check
http://www.embassyworld.com/embassy/jordan.htm

Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Washington, D.C.
3504 International Drive, NW
Washington, DC 20008
Tel: (202) 966 2664
Fax: (202) 966 3110

Email: HKJEmbassyDC@aol.com
Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
London, United Kingdom
6 Upper Phillimore Gardens,
London, W8 7HB
Tel: 0207 937 3685
Fax: 0207 937 8795
Email: jib@jordan-information-bureau.org.uk

Jordan Representative to the United Nations
866 United Nations Plaza, Suite 552
New York, N.Y. 10017
Tel: (212) 752-0135, 0136
Fax: (212) 826-0830
Email: jordan@un.int

Jordanian General Intelligence Department
P.O.Box (1980) - Amman
Tel. 5865131
Email: gid@amra.nic.gov.jo
Web: http://www.gid.gov.jo/

Please send copies of your correspondence to alloush@freearabvoice.org

Later
Ibrahim Alloush

 
Subj: Jordanian Police Hits Fiercely
Date: 3/10/02 16:03:24 Central Standard Time
From: hbustani@hotmail.com (Hisham Bustani)
To: hbustani@hotmail.com
 

SUPPORT NEEDED

Jordanian Police Hits Fiercely on School Students Demonstration and Arrests the Principal

Report by: Dr. Hisham Bustani

Amman, Sunday, March 10, 2002

This mourning, hundreds of school children from "Al-Ra'ed Al-Arabi Schools" left their school at the lunch-break and swept the heavily guarded area around the Zionist Embassy in Amman to protest the recent Zionist massacres in Palestine, and to demand the closure of the Zionist embassy.

After a few minutes, large numbers of anti-riot police arrived at the scene, and came down fiercely on the students (aged between 10 to 18 years), beating them with with clubs, fists, boots and any other means availiable. Many of the students, still wearing their school's uniform, sustained heavy injuries. Eyewitnesses say that many had severe bruises and cuts, and others were bleeding. No details yet on the numbers and severity of the injuries.

The students were packed in prison-trucks, driven away from the scene, and then released. There are no reports on any arrest.

The Principal of Al-Ra'ed Al-Arabi School, Mr. Tayseer Al-Dwaik, was summonned to the Main Police Station in Al-Abdali, Amman, detained for several hours, and was threatened of being referred to the State Security Court, and then released.

This demonstration is the second pro-Intifada/pro-Iraq activity in the last 24 hours in Jordan where demonstrations and gatherings are banned by the authorities since October 6, 2000 (the peak of pro-Intifada demonstrations in Jordan).

Yesterday, police, non-violently, ended a human-chain sit-in that took place in Amman, in which about 200 participants stood on the sidewalk one beside the other, raising slogans against the Zionist massacres in Palestine, against the embargo and possible assault on Iraq, and against the Bush/Sharon terrorism. Later that day, three activists who attended the sit-in: Engineer Khaled Ramadan, Dr. Aida Dabbas, Journalist/writer Mr. Mowaffak Mahadin, and Ex-MP Mr. Khalil Haddadin were summoned the Police Main HQ and were almost referred to the State Security Court, but they were later release under heavy local and international support and pressure.

These activities clearly show the people's full support of the Intifada and refusal of the recent "peace" initiatives that came in the middle of a new peak of massacres undertaken by the criminal Sharon and the Zionist killing machine. The masses are fully aware that the struggle is against the Zionist project as a whole, and that "peace" settlements and treaties with the Zionist enemy are nothing but the concrete realization of the Zionist project in the Arab region. They also come as a refusal to the war threats (especially against Iraq) that are being marketed by the US administration and its salesman Tony Blair.

Please: Condemn these acts of Police violence, and condemn the oppression and massacre of liberties in Jordan at the following addresses:

His Majesty King 'Abdallah bin Hussein
Office of H.M. the King
Royal Palace
Amman, Jordan
Fax: + 962 6 463 4755

Dr Fayez Tarawneh
Chief of the Royal Court
PO Box 80
Amman, Jordan
Fax: + 962 6 463 1452

Ali Abu Al-Ragheb
Prime Minister
PO Box 80 352
Amman, Jordan
Fax: +962 6 4 642520

Kaftan Al-Majali
Minister of Interior
Fax: +962 6 464 0404

Faris Nabulsi
Minister of Justice
PO Box 6040
Amman, Jordan
Fax + 962 6 568 0238

Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Washington, D.C.
3504 International Drive, NW
Washington, DC 20008
Tel: (202) 966 2664
Fax: (202) 966 3110
Email: HKJEmbassyDC@aol.com

Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
London, United Kingdom
6 Upper Phillimore Gardens,
London, W8 7HB
Tel: 0207 937 3685
Fax: 0207 937 8795
Email: jib@jordan-information-bureau.org.uk

Jordan Representative to the United Nations
866 United Nations Plaza, Suite 552
New York, N.Y. 10017
Tel: (212) 752-0135, 0136
Fax: (212) 826-0830
Email: jordan@un.int

Jordanian General Intelligence Department
P.O.Box (1980) - Amman
Tel. 5865131
Email: gid@amra.nic.gov.jo
Web: http://www.gid.gov.jo/

Numbers of various Jordanian diplomatic missions around the world:

The Jordanian Embassy in Paris
00-331-463-702-06
The Jordanian Embassy in Roma
00-39-06-860-6122
The Jordanian Embassy in Madrid
003491-308-2536
The Jordanian Embassy in Bonn
00-49-228-353951
The Jordanian Embassy in Bern
00-41-31-382-2119
The Jordanian Embassy in Vienna
00- 43-1-405-1031
The Jordanian Diplomatic Mission in The Hague
00-317-0-354-1046

 

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