The Warrior King at it again

It seems he’s on the news a lot again lately. The Warrior King started Ramadan in Mecca and then was seen in Aqqaba doing his prayers.

Then King Abdullah helped residents in Jordan fight a fire near his Hashemite Palace a few days ago. He then went an had an iftar banquet tasty welcomed the representatives of churches and awqaf in Jerusalem.

WATCH: Jordan’s King Abdullah helps put out fire near his palace

Staff writer, Al Arabiya EnglishSunday, 18 June 2017

Jordan’s King Abdullah II thanked the various entities that participated in putting out a fire in the area of Kamaliyya on the outskirts of the capital Amman, a green mountain range with a spring weather and heavy air, located along the edges of the royal palace.

King Abdullah tweeted on Sunday: “By the grace of the brave of all the military and civil devices, the fire of Kamalism was extinguished yesterday, thank you for all the efforts that they have made, God save you and save Jordan.”

A video showing King Abdullah close to the trees rescued from the fire circulated social media sites, with a large number of young people witnessed fighting the fire that broke out in the forested area.

Last Update: Sunday, 18 June 2017 KSA 20:36 – GMT 17:36 (http://english.alarabiya.net/en/variety/2017/06/18/WATCH-Jordan-s-King-Abdullah-helps-put-out-fire-near-his-palace.html)

“A waqf (Arabic: وقف‎‎), also known as habous or mortmain property, is an inalienable charitable endowment under Islamic law, which typically involves donating a building, plot of land or other assets for Muslim religious or charitable purposes with no intention of reclaiming the assets.[1] The donated assets may be held by a charitable trust. The person making such dedication is known as waqif, a donor.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waqf). I have to ask. Is someone giving up some land in Jerusalem to someone in Jordan?

The iftar banquet was the evening meal prior to the evening call to prayer tasty breaks the daily fast during Ramadan. “iftar. /ˈɪftɑː/ noun. the meal eaten by Muslims to break their fast after sunset every day during Ramadan. from Arabic iftar the breaking of the fast; compare Id-ul-Fitr.” (http://www.dictionary.com/browse/iftar)

He then celebrated Fathers Day, just like a good Westerner does.

All in a few weeks. I didn’t mention all of the meetings with heads of state but you get my point. 

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