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Jordanian engineer designs the "Hashemite Car"

Amman, May 22, (Petra) A Jordanian engineer has designed a car with high safety and luxurious standards. The "Hashemite Car" as it was named by the designer will be highly equipped and highly prepared for maximum comfort.
Fadi Al-Ghusein, a Jordanian engineer working for NASA and living in Ohio, U.S. chose to announce his invention on the occasion of Jordan's 60th anniversary of the Independence Day. The project will be launched by FORD motor company and sponsored by the Mustangs Club of America, Ghusein told Petra.
Ghusein was graduated from Jordan Al-Isra'a private university faculty of engineering in 2002. He is the first Arab scientist to hold membership of the International Conference of Math Scientists, which is the highest international body that cares about and sponsor achievements of math scientists.
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