The conclusion of the activities of a course for trainers on the counter-terrorism reference curriculum at the Military Center for Combating Terrorism


A course for trainers on the counter-terrorism reference curriculum was concluded at the Military Center for Combating Terrorism and Extremism, in cooperation with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the Defense Capabilities Development and Strategic Education Program. The center's commander, Col. Amjad Al-Harout, said during a speech he delivered: "Holding such courses is the embodiment of the vision of His Majesty the Supreme Commander of the Jordanian Armed Forces to enhance strategic communication with the local community, and to carry out scientific studies through this center and under the umbrella of the Royal Jordanian National Defense College, where it was held This course is for a number of officers of the Jordanian Armed Forces, in cooperation with experts from the Counter-Terrorism Department in NATO, which opens the way for everyone to exchange experiences and knowledge, especially with regard to preventive and remedial measures in combating terrorism and extremism. Colonel Staff Al-Harout emphasized the importance of intellectual and educational fortification of civil societies, as correcting extremist thought needs to be matched by moderate thought based on moderate religious constants, far from interpretation and extremism that ultimately leads to terrorist action, and this requires concerted efforts and joint work with partners and allies, especially those Academically and cognitively, this course is essential to the success of a two-way approach to counter-terrorism cooperate Senior expert and author of the reference platform for combating terrorism at NATO, Mr. Sajjan Johel, delivered a speech in which he said: "Jordan is at the forefront of countries that fight extremism and terrorism, and Jordan seeks continuous coordination and cooperation with the international community to build a comprehensive global approach and find appropriate ways to deal with terrorism, and work To dry up its sources and take proactive steps to limit its spread, and that this step is an essential process for the success of the partnership between NATO and Jordan. It is noteworthy that this symposium lasted for 5 days, with the participation of specialized experts from several NATO training centers, with the participation of officers of various formations and ranks.