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· October, 2005

Stories about Jordan from October, 2005

31 October 2005

Jordan: 1001 Nights

29 October 2005

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

Photography taken in the National Music Conservatory in Amman, Jordan. “Girl Playing the Flute” by Sabri Hakim This week marked two celebrations- Jordan's Al-Faisali brought home the first-ever Asian trophy...

25 October 2005

Jordan: Mobile Blogging

22 October 2005

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

“The Candy Man” by Roba Assi With Saddam Hussein's trial and the finding of the Melhis report, political sentiments are  running high in the Jordanian blogosphere. In regards to the uncovering...

21 October 2005

Jordan: Critical Cartoons

19 October 2005

Jordan: Ads in Mideast

15 October 2005

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

The Jordanian blogsphere sends its condolences and is praying for the victims and the families of victims of the devastating earthquake that occurred in Pakistan. Jordanian blogging portal Jordan Planet...

11 October 2005

Jordan: Mini Films around Jordan

10 October 2005

Jordan: Comments On

Interview with Haitham Sabbah

Our beloved Middle East/North Africa editor Haitham Sabbah was recently interviewed by Italian journalist Paola Caridi, who writes for news agency Lettera22. Their conversation focuses on some of the deep...

9 October 2005

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

This week marks the first week of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, a month that evoked varied feelings among the Jordanian blogosphere, a good sign that it is indeed...

2 October 2005

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

The hottest topic this week on the Jordanian blogosphere is regarding the lack of political blogs on portal Jordan Planet. Firas of IHeartAmman claims that “You know something is wrong...

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