What’s been happening on Jordan’s citizen journalism project, 7iber lately? Ramsey is at the Sundance Film Festival reporting on the ongoings of two, yes two, Jordanian films premiering there this year: Captain Abu Raed and Recycle. Check out his insider updates as he gets up close and personal with the stars. All Hail The Zarqawi Filmmaker! Hazim Bitar reviews Jordanian filmmaker Mahmoud Massad’s documentary, Recycle.
Sam Boiller has written a very comprehensive two-part article on the impact of blogging on politics in Jordan. Be sure to read both part one and part two.
I round up the Jodanian blogosphere’s reactions to the current situation in Gaza. Read the sorrow, anger and frustration as they pour out on to the keyboards of Jordanian bloggers. Meanwhile, Ola Eliwat relates a tragic scenario she witnessed first hand, of a little boy who hung in the cold of Amman last week, just to beg for 1 JD.
Also be sure to check out the Laith Majali photo story as his camera depicts the monochrome streets of Amman.
Last But Not Least:
If you have any stories, articles, diary entries, reviews, rantings, pictures, videos, or just about anything you think we should take a look at because the world absolutely needs to see, hear or read about it…then feel free to email it to us at:
Nas,,you can take this artical by thr BBC to 7iber “The Philippines has banned its citizens from going to Jordan to work amid claims of widespread abuse of domestic staff by Jordanian employers. “>/a>
i think the better idea, i.e. the idea of the site, is that you write something about the topic and we’ll publish it 🙂
“If you have any stories, articles, diary entries, reviews, rantings, pictures, videos, or just about anything you think we should take a look at because the world absolutely needs to see, hear or read about itâ€¦then feel free to email it to us at:” Nas, that what you wrote,did you change your mind?
“Nas, that what you wrote,did you change your mind?”
what the heck are you talking about? 7iber is a citizen journalism project, we don’t publish BBC articles. if you have thoughts on that particular subject then feel free to write us an op-ed and submit it. what’s the big deal? why is this so difficult to comprehend?