Queen Rania hosts Iftar for Jerash women

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Queen Rania of Jordan has hosted Iftar for women in the governate of Jerash.

The Queen hosted the women to celebrate their contributions to their local community.

Jerash’s Governor, Firas Faour, attended the Iftar meal held amidst the city’s Roman ruins to honour women from across Jerash who are active in both social and youth advocacy.

Queen Rania addressed her guests to thank them for their advocacy work and to express her pride in being in Jerash.

Her Majesty said, in part, “You are an incredible and admirable group of Jordanian women. Each and every one of you is the epitome of kindness and generosity within your homes and beyond.”

About Jerash, she added: “Jerash is known for its beautiful nature, history, and ruins, but what makes it most remarkable are its people and women.”

Governor Faour also thanked Queen Rania for coming to Jerash and for her work in supporting women and local communities.

Iftar is a meal held during Ramadan to break the fast for Muslims.

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