Farah, who has been a reader of The Black Iris for some time now, started her own blog early last month. I am astonished to see that in about 30 days, this very young woman has become quite the issues blogger, which is why I’m plugging her blog here: Observations of a Jordanian, because I think it’s worth a read.
Meanwhile, as a new blog is emerging another one is saying goodbye. Batir Wardam, one of the most prominent Jordanian issue-bloggers around has said farewell to politics with a new intention to transform his blog into a more personal space.
While I respect Batir’s decision and empathize with his point of view, I hope he will one day soon succumb to the temptation that is politics, and return in full force.
I hope Batir changes his mind as well.
Welcome to Farah, I am also impressed of the value and content of her blog 🙂
Oh! Thank you so much Nas! 😀 I can’t believe people actually like what I have to say. Don’t you think I’m feeling any pressure now, not at all. Excuse me while I go throw up.
I love her blog.
Just checked it out, I’m adding this to my google reader. THanks!
Farah: on the contrary; thank you! I’d like to see more substantial blogs becoming part of the jordanian blogosphere. and pressure is good sometimes. trust me; it’ll keep your momentum going 😀
Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.