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· November, 2005

Stories about Jordan from November, 2005

Jordan: Takfiri Culture

Nas say, “…there was calculation, there was a lack of hesitation, and this requires a degree of indoctrination that can only be traced back to the Takfiri culture of “if...

Jordan: 60 events in memory of victims

Wael Attili is calling for action. 60 events in memory of our victims! he says, one man can bring an idea, two can embrace the idea, and three can make...

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

Jordan: A New Government in the Making The newly appointed Prime Minster has been announced, being Marouf Bakhit. Naseem Tarawneh thinks that this might help the path to reform. Khalaf...

Jordan: e-Thesis on e-Journalism

Rami designed his thesis idea. e-thesis on e-journalism in the Middle East. Help him answer these questions: In the Middle East, who is using the Internet as an alternative (FREE)...

Jordan: HIV Status in Jordan

Jameed says that the efforts of the Health Communications division should be applauded; they barely have any financial resources, they don't have many volunteers, and they just recently hired a...

Jordan: New government

Khalaf is feeling depressed today because he sences that a new government is in the making. What is bothering him is that he feels that these changes don't seem to...

Jordan: How to cope with a disaster?

Arrabi recommends reading “I Lived In The Garden Of Allah” (By R.V.C. Bodley), which Arrabi says it's very inspiring in how to cope with disaster, especially in light of the...

Jordan: Visit Finland

Rami, the MA student in Global Journalism at Örebro University, Sweden has an outstanding piece describing his visit to Finland. He says, “It is no wonder that J.R.R. Tolkien found...

Tunisian blogger dinner

On Friday night I had the pleasure of joining the 8th Tunisian Bloggers Meetup, along with fellow WSIS participants Jeff Ooi of Malaysia and Isam Bayazidi of Jordan. After the...

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

“Candle Light Vigil in Amman” by Isam Bayazidi Amongst anger, grief, the detaining of the female accomplice, demonstrations all around the world, new claims released by Al-Qaeda, the week after...

Jordan: Terror in the digital domain

Zeid Nasser calls to unite to denounce the actions of terror groups, also to be vigilante on the Internet, keeping an eye open to subversive and suspicious activities. “It's the...

Jordan: Jordanians Disapprove Al-Qaida

Natasha says that almost two thirds of Jordanians have changed their views of Al-Qaida for the worse following suicide bombings against Amman hotels. She feels very sad and extremely frustrating...

Jordan: Getting Things Straight

Rami Abdelrahman wonders, after Amman was bombed, that did not only show how vulnerable we are, but also how we need to get many things straight. Why do we stick...

Jordan: A million signatures against terror

Ahmad Humeid hopes that the call for a campaign to gather one million signatures against terror and its ideologyidea is taken up by the Jordanian media and NGOs.

Bomber’s wife arrested in Jordan

The forth member (woman) of the terrorist group, which hit Amman few days ago, was arrested today.

Jordanian Bloggers React to Amman Bombings

Child carrying sign that says “No to Terrorism, down with terrorism and Zarqawi” by Lina Ejeilat from the Amman Demonstrations Flickr Set. The Jordanian community is in a state of...

Explosions Rock Jordanian Capital, Amman

Three explosions hit Jordanian capital Amman Wednesday night; one in Radisson SAS, the second in Hyatt Amman, and the third in Days Inn. For more on the explosions occuring in...

Jordan: More Arabic Blogging Services

Isam Bayazidi is happy to hear about more Arabic Blogging Services. After Fastlink and Al Bawaba blogging services, now comes Jeeran Blogs. Isam also plans to start the Arabic section...

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

Jordanian Bedouin posing in one of Jordan's vast deserts by Laith Majali With the occasion of Eid, a holiday celebrated bi-annually by over a billion Muslims, the Jordanian Blogosphere wishes...

Jordan: Living Standards

Khalaf believes that government should work to achieve the best achievable standards of living for the most number of people without significantly damaging the social and physical environment of the...

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