His [ Bono] vicious allure is capable of ensnaring even a deity, but it is not the shattered state of the royal family which troubles me most, but the fate of Jordan’s dangerously heterogeneous and bipolar (Jordanian-Palestinian) society,” said Dr. al-Shana’a, warning that this calamitous incident would entail catastrophic consequences for Jordan as a nation.
“This pops a few question for us, how could an Arab Muslim Queen attend the most obscene parts of an Irish singer’s video production alone without the presence of her husband, we could have understood that if she was single, but even if she was the wife of the King of Sweden, it still is kind of bizarre thing. What coincidence that they were there at the same time? What was the Queen doing in a hotel alone without her husband, where this Bono was staying? Why wasn’t the visit announced in our media? And why in Rome during the holy month of Ramadan? She besmirched our traditions and values” said Ali, a Jordanian citizen who wanted to remain anonymous for fear of retribution.
There are myriad of statements from various Jordanian personalities blaming King Abdullah as the one behind Rania’s sudden death.
Raed Khammash from the New Jordan Party, a leading opposition faction, said: “Everyone in Jordan knows that the late Queen and her husband were not loyal to each other. We wish we could report everything we know about the moral corruption in our country, and it will all come in due time, but I can assure you, Rania’s death is just the tip of the iceberg; she is Jordan’s Marie Antoinette with a red light agenda. We believe the King himself had ordered his secret agents in Rome to liquidate Queen Rania as the funeral was ceremony conducted in complete secrecy “.
This Story is published on http://awdnews.com/, Baaghi has no own opinion on it.