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Panel lead by H.E. Senator Aqel Biltaji

His Excellency, Senator Aqel Biltaji (pictured to my left holding a blogJordan.com carabiner)Hang in there for updates – I’m sitting in on a press panel lead by His Excellency, Senator Aqel Biltaji (pictured to my left holding a blogJordan.com carabiner).

I have stories outside of the touristic sites that I’ll be writing about for weeks. Some of the topics will include:

  • women in education
  • Jihad, Fatwah and various Koranic verses
  • IT initiatives in the education system
  • Baptist schools
  • habitat for humanity
  • impact of the war in Iraq
  • micro-economies
  • Catholic schools
  • passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion, passion … passion for peace.

Now if I can just keep from blundering His Excellency as I keep trying to ask questions – well that and I goofed calling him Ambassador; what a stupid-head I am sometimes. I’ll blame some of it on fatigue – some of it on the excitement of this meeting.

This will include some YouTube videos of the same. In the meantime,
think on these topics:

  • if two of your neighbors get into a violent fight – what happens to your property?
  • had there been a protection of the Buddhist statues in Afghanistan destroyed by the Taliban, would 9/11 have been pre-empted
  • does anyone remember November 9?
  • what is the difference between tolerance and acceptance?

Pray I can get some electronic copy of some of the impassioned presentations so I can bring some factoids to your attention that the mainstream press often overlooks in favor of more sensationalist copy.

  • This post brought to you courtesy of Zain – Jordan’s #1 wireless communications provider.
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