Her Majesty Queen Noor is an international public servant and an outspoken voice on issues of world peace and justice.She plays an active role in promoting international exchange and understanding of Arab and Muslim culture and politics, Arab-Western relations, as well as conflict prevention and recovery.Queen Noor is a Founder, President or actively involved in a number of international organizations advancing global peace-building and conflict recovery among which are Global Zero – an international movement to eliminate nuclear weapons, United World Colleges – a global education for peace network, Refugees International, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Queen noor wrote her book alot about politics and the king during hard times.
Parts about family she didnt give too much unlike king abdullah who I think gave way too many personal detail away like he wrote he and rania drove noor and her kids to airport i think before coronation and it was awkward and relations with noor were not close after that. *If I remember right: 1 haya was not happy with noor when king was in hospital, 2 Haya say something in a interview like that she felt p.
His wife Rania took over from her as current queen consort of Jordan; Queen Noor is the queen dowager of Jordan.
"When I married my husband there wasn’t a precedent [for royal spouses to speak out on political issues]," she said.
She is the daughter of Najeeb Halaby (1915–2003) and Doris Carlquist (1918–2015) of Swedish descent.
Her father was a Navy experimental test pilot, an airline executive, and government official.
Queen Noor is an international public servant and advocate for cross-cultural understanding and conflict prevention and recovery issues such as refugees, missing persons, poverty, climate change and disarmament.
Her peace-building work has focused on the Middle East, the Balkans, Central and Southeast Asia, Latin America and Africa.
It's almost summer time, which means seniors only have a handful of days left of school before they move on to bigger, better things.
As your last year winds down and you begin to think about what's next, you can't help but also dwell on the good times you've had with your friends, going to your first parties, pulling all-nighters studying with roommates, and basically living out your high school or college experience to its fullest.
Her Majesty chairs the King Hussein Foundation (KHF) which she founded in 1999 to build on her late husband’s humanitarian legacy in Jordan, in the Middle East and abroad as well as the Noor Al Hussein Foundation which she founded in the 1980s to facilitate sustainable social and economic advancement throughout Jordan.