What is the atheling of the Roman Catholic church thinking when he bows to a Muslim Queen, and from a country with an Arab League human rights record?
Certes, Jordan is a great place if you don’t piss off the ruler-ship, and their claque, thus, not subjecting yourself to their torturing security forces. Factually, the Jordanian press fares well, when they don’t engage in sarcasm, nor criticism, and female rights are progressive, if you discount knowledge of the 25% of the total murders committed in Jordan in 2000 are honor crimes statistic -or, more aptly named, the vagina dishonor stats.
some redeeming values. What does getting his (pre-ascension) ain’t a saint, but he works with what he inherited, and Abdullah does have Star Trek nerd on, have to do with Middle-Eastern politics? It fits Jordan’s to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life forms and new civilizations, to boldly go where no Hashemite has gone before mission. Ok, it is just a tralatition for his political relationships with the US, EU, and Israel.
Notandum, Pope Francis has already signaled his desire to honor women, expressed when he broke the tradition and washed the feet of a female.
Veridicously, the Bishop Of Rome comprehends equiponderating requires humbling oneself to the perceptions of others. While most focus on the act, not the symbolism, King Abdullah II’s expression concretes the pope’s intuition: If the leader of 1.2 billion members can show deference to this woman, it strengthens Queen Rania Al Abdullah’s platform, and that is a telesis that will help a country where women have been losing ground since the Arab Spring.
Queen Rania ‘s Maha of the Mountains
- Pope Francis Bows For Queen Rania Of Jordan (See Photos) (muzicupdate.wordpress.com)
- The Pope Bows for Muslim Queen Rania of Jordan (mojiakubudel.com)