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19 thoughts on “The Jaha (For Abood)

  1. Nas, that was a fun read!
    Mabrook to Abood!
    “And a great-big congrats to Abood, who in a few years, as we have all generally agreed, will have a belly, gray hair, 6 kids and having to ask his wife if heÒ€ℒs allowed to go out with the rest of us on a Thursday night!”
    two questions:
    is that what guys imagine marriage does to them? If yes, imagine how girls feel about it all, especially when the couple plan on kids (what pregnancy may do to the wife’s body). I don’t even know how safe it is to say “plan,” since it’s mostly an obligation in Arab society, whether the couple like it or not due to family and society attitudes towards having kids !

    What are those Thursday nights all about that gets y’all concerned min halla2? πŸ™‚

  2. Mabrook to your friend!

    You’ve forgotten the part where usually both of these two men have no clue of the bride’s or groom’s name, some smart ones would have them written on a piece of paper hidden (or as they think so) in their palms.

    It’s getting awkward for your seeing your friends getting married! Peer pressure ? :D, wow people just get married very young in this nation!

  3. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL @
    “What follows is what can only be described as an ass-whooping of awkwardness for the groom who has to shake hands and kiss-on-the-cheek every person in the room. This feat is nothing compared to what happens to him when he enters the room full of women, who converge on him like a defensive line tackling a quarterback, smothering him with kisses. He will often emerge sweaty, disheveled, with his face covered in red prints and his eyes in a daze of confusion. Later, they might force him to dance in the middle of the room like a monkey.”

    For some reason i missed this part the first time i read the post ( I was kinda sleepy lol). Nas, when reading your description about what happens once the groom enters the women’s sphere, I can’t but imagine him entering a jungle of some sort…”dance in the middle of the room like a monkey”?? I do understand how awkward the situation is for him when forced to dance, but seriously, is that really how grooms feel? It can’t be that bad!
    this is really scary and evil on your behalf! Your description would make any guy thinking of marriage freak out! Nonetheless, it cracked me up, hehehe

  4. So this is what goes on in the other ‘room’ in Jahat….No matter how much my dad explained it to me, I never actually believed that people will stand there and act it out. I think seeing the men in the family all dressed up in suites is the best part of a Jaha.

    ‘he enters the room full of women, who converge on him like a defensive line tackling a quarterback, smothering him with kisses. He will often emerge sweaty, disheveled, with his face covered in red prints and his eyes in a daze of confusion. Later, they might force him to dance in the middle of the room like a monkey.’
    I feel sorry for the brides who have to set next to their groom after receiving all those kisses. Think of all the germs.

  5. Hal: lol well i doubt your friends will get to witness it since what happens in the females-only room stays in the females-only room. but i trust that room will also smother your husband-to-be from here to tuesday πŸ˜€

    mohannad: lool, funny πŸ˜€

    secratea: you see what happens when you read my blog as soon as you wake up? you miss all the good parts! lol. well my description is just as realistic as I can make it, so me being evil is neither here nor there. i’m suspect (for assurances) that those who have been through it can back me up here (ask those around you that have) πŸ˜‰

    Dana: keep in mind that this jaha was a tad bit more modern than the “ordinary” ones that are more common in Jordan. They are usually too big to fit in a house, which is why they do them in tents or canopies, outside (but not in january) πŸ˜€

  6. Iman A: thanks! 3ogbalek inti kaman! as for invites…that will take some thought πŸ˜€

    Iman K: loool your first sentence has become a standard sentiment! lol thanks and 3ogbalek inti kaman.

    the 3ogbalak/ek syndrome has begun πŸ˜€

    Diane S: ouf ouf ouf…THE Diane S is writing on my blog? and in the same post as Iman K?! aish fee ya jama3a? It’s a special occasion! πŸ˜€

  7. An insider view of the cultural niceties of Jordanian society. You should all attend an American Muslim wedding–all it takes is a masjid after prayer time and whomever came to the prayer is invited. Kitb al Kitab right there and then off to the honeymoon. Allahu akbar. And the husband sure gets off cheap in the gold department. Alhamdulillah. Pity things are so complicated around here.

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