Mulki: "Jordanians are one family... participating in building their country"

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Mulki: "Jordanians are one family... participating in building their country"

petra.gov.jo

Prime Minister Hani Mulki on Sunday, April 16, wished Jordanian Christians a "happy Easter" and conveyed to them the good wishes of His Majesty King Abdullah.

During a visit to the Roman Orthodox diocese, accompanied by several ministers where he met with heads of churches in the Kingdom, Mulki said Jordanians are one family living in cohesion and participating in building their country.

He said Jordan, under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah, is a secure and stable country, and that Jordanians, as one family, seek to achieve their national socio-economic developmental goals and together partner to uplift their country and preserve its achievements".

Mulki called recent attacks on churches in Egypt "a shame" and said that terrorists will receive their punishment.

In another development, Senate President Faisal Al-Fayez also wished Jordanian Christians a "happy Easter".

During a visit to the Roman Orthodox diocese, accompanied by a number of senators, and meeting with heads of churches in the Kingdom, Al-Fayez voiced pride in the Muslim-Christian national unity and co-existence, saying Christianity is an essential component of Jordanian society.

He said Jordan, under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah, is a secure and stable country, despite unstable circumstances the Arab nation is going through.

Al-Fayez condemned recent attacks on churches in Egypt, and said terrorism has no religion, voicing Jordan supportive stances with the Christians.

Sun, 04/16/2017 - 21:51
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