What’s Really Killing Jordanian Women

Try as I might, there are things in Jordan that I cannot fully comprehend, and will often times shock me. The state of the country’s young population is one of those things. When I see two tribes suddenly going to war because one 19 year old...

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Recycling Jordanian Governments

Still trying to wrap my head around the Khasawneh resignation and despite all the heated rhetoric being thrown around in the press, ed and the attacks being launched upon the man, tadalafil leave it to Emad Hajjaj to say it all. Brilliant. But the...

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Jordan’s Diplomatic Passports Brouhaha

After some limited so-called public outrage over moves by Parliament to amend the Passport law to grant themselves permanent diplomatic passports – along with royal family members, senators, royal court chiefs, King’s advisors, Islamic...

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I Can Haz Hiatus?

Every now and then, we all need a break, and I certainly needed one. Especially from the bubble that is social media, where one day you wake up and start the robotic routine of posting, tweeting, replying…before realizing you’re not...

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It’s Time (Seven Years Later And Other Thoughts)

“God help us from those who believe that they are the sole possessors of truth. How we manage at times to agree willingly to become prisoners within our own minds and souls of beliefs and ideas on which we can never be flexible. How can we...

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Jordan: One Of The Most Militarized Nations On Earth

The headline came as no shock. Jordan is the fifth most militarized nation in the world according to the 2010 BICC Global Military Index. Only Israel, Singapore, Syria and Russia are ahead of the Kingdom. The index measures various...

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