Jordan's King calls for firm stance against terrorism
JORDAN: Jordan's King Abdullah II has called for a firm stance
against terrorism, local daily The Jordan Times reported on Monday.
The king made the call at a meeting of chief editors from major
dailies in the country on Sunday on the third anniversary of the hotel
blasts in the capital Amman that claimed dozens of lives.
To fight terrorism, it is important to deliver the Message of Islam
that is based on moderation and rejection of extremism, was quoted as
He called on media leaders to help spread awareness against terrorism
and promote the true values of the Muslim faith.
A series of blasts occurred in three hotels frequented by Westerners
in Amman on Nov. 9, 2005, claiming dozens of lives and over a hundred
King Abdullah, meanwhile, reiterated his solidarity with the
relatives of the victims of the bombings.
Amman, tuesday, Xinhua