Energy, or lack thereof, was a big issue in 2007. Prices have gone higher than ever before, affecting everything from heating to being able to afford bread. So to commemorate both the New Year and the wonderful announcement of the lifting of oil subsidies in 2008, coupled with the expected new price for a natural gas tank skyrocketing to 9.90JDs in a few weeks, I wanted to review some of Emad Hajjaj’s best work on the issue last year. Here are my picks:
oh god have mercy on us, I cant live in amman like this
walla ya Nas shar il baliyyat ma…yobkee.
That was for Emad Hajjaj
But I think the best one is osama Hajjaj’s pic:
I have a suggestion
what if every Jordanian blogger put this picture as his profile pic.
Ohh no may be the government will rise the cabbage prices.
The article you linked to says it will “not” be 9.90 JOD.
A: I know. it wasn’t a mistake. it was intentional 😉
great collection , hajjaj is god in cretivity
I cannot believe these prices. What are the people to do? Starve to death? Freeze to death? Or maybe that’s Jordan’s plan all along,.. Amman is becoming overcrowded and thus they employ this kind of population control.
This makes me so sad wallahi… Allah ey3een elnas, o ne7med Allah 3al ne3meh ele e7na feeha, that we can afford food and a warm home.