King Abdullah of Jordan NPR's Robert Siegel has a conversation with King Abdullah II of Jordan during his visit in Washington, D.C. King Abdullah discusses prospects of democracy in his country as well as throughout the Middle East. They also discuss Islam and "the Amman message" -- which seeks tolerance and humanity and rejects extremism as a deviation from Islamic beliefs -- and the current prospects for an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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King Abdullah of Jordan

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King Abdullah of Jordan

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NPR's Robert Siegel has a conversation with King Abdullah II of Jordan during his visit in Washington, D.C. King Abdullah discusses prospects of democracy in his country as well as throughout the Middle East. They also discuss Islam and "the Amman message" — which seeks tolerance and humanity and rejects extremism as a deviation from Islamic beliefs — and the current prospects for an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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