Future Princess' Past Hometown and house located, a personal account of the horrors of the Syrian regime, and the NGO brainchild of Google's Wael Ghonim promises to operate for a good local Egyptian cause.
So the cat's out of the bag-- England's future (this Friday) Princess once lived in Amman. Here are the details as reported yesterday by the Daily Mail in the UK.
"Wow, makes a neighborhood proud, yea? Begs the question that there even was an Um Uthayna then. I remember lots of green fields bordering Mecca/Medina then."
"The shabby one-storey building was home for more than two years from May 1984, when her father Mike got a job as a British Airways manager and moved his family from Berkshire to the Jordanian capital Amman."
"The building, in the Um Uthainah area of Amman, has now been turned into a medical centre for sick children."
A gritty tale 'straight' from the heart of the Syrian shaking regime:
"We had a visit from the security services:
it was late at night, in the wee small hours. Everyone was fast asleep. I woke when I heard the clamor and immediately guessed what had happened."
Wael Ghonim Leaving Google to Start a Technology NGO in Egypt
As one might expect this Google Front Man to communicate his news to us, a tweet brings word of his latest venture:
"Wael Ghonim Google’s head of marketing tweeted that he is taking a sabbatical from Google to start a tech Non government organization to “fight poverty and foster eduction.”