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· February, 2007

Stories about Jordan from February, 2007

The Jordanian Blogosphere: February Clippings

The Jordanian blogosphere is abuzz with two controversies this month. The first revolves around the proposal to build a tourist complex near the Dibbin Forest that will result in the...

Palestine: Children's Blogging Project

Bahrain-based Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah was instrumental in making a children's blogging project see light. Read more about the project, which aims to bridge the widening gap between children in...

Jordan: Caricature Expo Planned

Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff will hold an exhibition in Jordan, thanks to the efforts of Palestinian blogger Izzi, among others. Latuff himself blogs about it here.

Arabisc: Are the Americans Bribing Arab Journalists?

Are the Americans bribing Arab journalists? And how should Arab journalists react? These are the sensitive questions posed by Jordanian blogger and writer Batir Wardam in his blog, Jordan Watch,...

Jordan: Support Dibbin Forest

Jordanian blogger The Black Iris is spearheading a campaign to protect a forest from destruction. Click here to support the drive.

Valentine Special: Is Love in the Air in the Middle East?

If a picture says a thousand words, this is the image Cece, who is based between Bahrain and Kuwait, has posted to sum up how she feels about Valentine's Day....

Jordan: Warm Welcome for Russian President

Jordanian blogger Firas extends a warm welcome to visiting Russian president Vladimir Putin and gives him some advice – such as : “If you are walking in Wast El Balad...

Arabisc: Jordanian MPs Having a Ball!

Jordanian blogger Batir Wardam doesn't mince his words when he says that Jordan's Members of Parliament are in for a great weekend. After all, for a few hours of work,...

Jordan: Are Women Worse Drivers?

The Black Iris is wondering whether Jordanian women are worse drivers. To take part in the debate, click here.

Jordan: When It Snows in Amman

It snowed in Amman, Jordan and the snow melted the next day, writes Black Iris. “The morning of a snow fall, when it’s really bad outside and the driving conditions...

Jordan: Children Live in Places You Can Never Imagine

Ad Blog Arabia gives us an insight into a wonderful campaign to provide children with better living conditions.

Jordan: Petra Among Seven New Wonders of the World

Jordanian blogger Batir Wardam says Petra is still in the race to be included among the seven new wonders of the world.

Jordan: Car Exemption Rumours

Jordanian blogger Khalaf is wondering what it takes to get old cars off the roads. This follows newspaper reports on how people with old dilapidated vehicles are holding on to...

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