Jordanian Voices After The Rain

In the week that has followed the 45 minute rain storm that flooded Amman, check cialis buy cialis Jordanians have continued to express their frustrations with the catastrophic event that claimed four lives and left a debris of damage in its...

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The Amman Bombings: Are We Safer Ten Years Later?

Ten years ago today, I took what felt like the longest bus ride of my life. Somewhere over the Atlantic ocean, my parents were on a plane heading from Amman to Toronto where I was finishing my studies, and in anticipation, I spent most of that...

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The Socioeconomics Of Bad Weather In Jordan

We’ve grown used to injustice in this country. We’ve grown accustomed to remaining relatively silent for the sake of not rocking the boat. From bad laws, policies, scandals, whatever – we’ve become anesthetized; satisfied...

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In Memory Of Soraya And Jumana Salti

“Say not in grief that she is no more, but say in thankfulness that she was. A death is not the extinguishing of a light, but the putting out of the lamp because the dawn has come.” – Tagore Today, I learned that both Soraya...

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Weathering Jordan’s Erratic Weather

The past few days (if not weeks) have seen incredibly erratic weather hit Jordan, and much of the region. This week, Amman has been covered in dust from sandstorms, while today the rain came pouring down creating flash floods. From traffic jams...

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The Journey From Jordan To Elsewhere

Words By: Amjad Yamin* Fareed is one of the thousands of Syrians who decided to move from one refugee camp to another across continents, help plunge into the unknown and risk his life for a promise of a better future for his children. The first...

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