jordan pulse -
Amman - 400 male and female players competed in the second “Middle East” Karate Championship held at the university, for the championship trophy, which was supervised by the Jordanian Karate Federation.
The university believes that in hosting the tournament, which comes in cooperation with the Fajr Wolves Club and the Activity Time Karate Club, it is necessary to contribute to the comprehensive development of children, enhance sportsmanship, and consolidate the exchange of experiences. Such initiatives not only benefit the participating children, but also It also reflects positively on the university's commitment to holistic education, community development, and engagement with its stories.
The university believes in the importance of community involvement, especially with responsibilities that go beyond the concept of university education. While the university invests in the minds of its students, we find that it is a pioneer in providing its facilities throughout its area for educational and recreational practices launched by various institutions in various fields.
The university views competing against others in a safe and supervised environment as helping participants improve their defensive techniques, learn the ABCs of hard work, break down social barriers, and build inclusivity.
In this regard, the Chairman of the Referees Committee of the Jordanian Karate Federation, Faiq Al-Jabari, expressed his pride at the Middle East University and the space it has provided to showcase children’s talents in martial arts, as a testimony of commitment to its continuous endeavor to build a better society.
In turn, the Director of the Second Middle East University Karate Championship, Muhammad Hadid, stated that the university’s organization of the championship respects and demonstrates the quality of its sports and recreational facilities, which can be clearly seen as meeting international standards.