Jordan

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Group.png Jordan   SourcewatchRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Jordan (orthographic projection).svg
Flag of Jordan.svg
LocationMiddle East
Typenation state
Interest ofCENTCOM, House of Hashim
Member ofArab League, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, UN
SubpageJordan/Ambassador
Jordan/Prime Minister
Middle Eastern kingdom.

Jordan is a country in the Middle East.

 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
2011 Attacks on LibyaLibya"Perhaps one of the most egregious examples of US military aggression and lawlessness in recent memory", carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthor
George Curzon“[We need an] Arab facade ruled and administered under British guidance and controlled by a native Mohammedan and, as far as possible, by an Arab staff…. There should be no actual incorporation of the conquered territory in the dominions of the conqueror, but the absorption may be veiled by such constitutional fictions as a protectorate, a sphere of influence, a buffer state and so on.””George Curzon

 

Event

Event
Le Cercle/1996 (Amman)

 

Group

GroupStartDescription
Princess Sumaya University for Technology1991University trying to boost IT-sector in Jordan

 

Citizens of Jordan on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Rania Al-Yassin31 August 1970Queen of Jordan. She represents the royal family in many international organizations.
Firyal Irshaid1945A longtime companion to Lionel Pincus, founder of Warburg Pincus. She was mentioned in Jeffrey Epstein's black book, and is a board member of the spooky International Rescue Committee.
Marwan Khreesat19462016Spooky Jordanian bomb maker
Marwan Muasher1956Jordanian diplomat who attended Le Cercle
Hussein bin Talal14 November 19357 February 1999
Zaid al-Rifai27 November 1936Former Prime Minister of Jordan. Attended Le Cercle

 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bandung Conference19551955IndonesiaImportant conference for the global south; participants soon became prime targets for US foreign policy


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