Straight Outta Lweibdeh

Words: Tamer Masri, Jobedu Co-Founder | Photos: Jobedu I was at work when Meesh called to tell me about a gem of a store he found tucked in a nook in Jabal Lweibdeh, nearly seven years ago. Driving home after lunch at his grandma’s house in the...

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Driving An Electric Car In Jordan

Over the past few months, we’ve been seeing various announcements by the government regarding electric cars in the country. This has included removing tax and customs duty on electric cars and charging devices, setting up charging ports at...

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Blood Moon Rises Over Jordan

Late last night (or, earlier this morning) a rare global event in the sky was perfectly visible in Jordan. The moon’s orbit was at its closest to Earth, which is something that’s known as a “Super Moon” since it appears 8%...

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Your 2015 Eid Holiday Binge Watching Guide

If you’re like me, Eid is a time to disconnect from the rest of the world, unwind at home, and catch up on all those films and TV series you’ve missed. There’s just too much on TV these days, so here are a few favorite picks...

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Solving Amman’s Traffic Bottlenecks

Words By: Sandra Hiari The summer season is a perfect time for understanding how Amman functions as a city. The temporary crowds coming into town increases the population density in the Capital, so much so that travel times skyrocket, and parking...

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Breakfast In Amman, With Mahathir Mohamad

It’s a clear-skied Friday morning in September, and the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad, walks into an eco-café on the tip of Jabal Amman. Surrounded by security, he’s escorted on to the outdoor terrace overlooking the...

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