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Amman, Jan. 8 (Petra) -- His Majesty
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 King Abdullah King Abdullah can refer to:
  • Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, regent of Saudi Arabia since 1995 and king since 2005.
  • Abdullah II, king of Jordan since 1999
  • Abdullah I, Emir of Transjordan (1921–1946) and King of Transjordan (1946–1951)
 II on Tuesday received Chairman of the Far East Broadcasting Company in Korea (FEBC-Korea) Billy Kim and discussed ways to enhance religious tourism between the two countries.

The King hailed the company's efforts to enhance understanding and coexistence among followers of different religions, as well as its endeavour to boost religious tourism in the Kingdom and its holy places.

Jordan, the King said, is keen to bolster its position as a model for coexistence between Muslims and Christians as well as the many values highlighted by "Common Word" and the "Amman Message", which aim to maximize common values and enhance dialogue among faiths, peoples and cultures.

The King highlighted Jordan's key efforts to protect Muslim and Christian holy places in Jerusalem Jerusalem neighborhoods

  • Abu Tor
  • A-Tur
  • American Colony
  • Arnona (Old Talpiot)
  • Atarot
  • Bab-a-Zahara
  • Baka
  • Batei Ungarin
  • Bayit Vegan
  • Beit HaKerem
  • Beit Hanina
  • Beit Safafa
  • Beit Yisroel
  • Bukharim
  • City of David
 and prevent Israel from Judaizing the city and change its identity as a symbol of peace.

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Date:Jan 8, 2013
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