Stories about Jordan from December, 2007
Jordanian Mohammad Azraq announces his debut post covering the Jordanian blogosphere at Global Voices Online here.
From a film festival in Dubai, a Jordanian film maker is making his debut at Sundance. Mohammad Al Azraq reports on that as well as the citizenship law in Jordan,...
What happens when an unmarried woman gives birth? Lina from Jordan investigates.
Jordanian blogger Hareega airs his views on the right to exist in this post.
“I'm not Anti-Hijab or Anti-Hijabi or anything. But I really find it weird that some ladies are so keen on wearing it, while they live up to nothing that it...
Jordanian blogger Mohammad Azraq is back from a conference in Lebanon. Read his observations here.
“People know that it takes a long time for a doctor to graduate, but they don't know about the whole process. I'll give you a brief description of how a...
While we have touched on the plight of Iraqi refugees in neighbouring Arab countries previously, nothing compares to the real misery they are facing away from their homes and jobs...
Iraqi Faiza Al Arji updates us on the situation of Iraqi refugees in Syria and Jordan in this post.
Jordanian Roba Al Assi celebrates 15 years of cell phone text messaging with this post.
Jordanian blogger Khalaf argues that a new traffic law passed by cabinet aims to fill up the government's coffers and not prevent accidents and save lives.
What's the difference between parking and barking? Jordanian blog Talasim shows us in a picture.
Jordanian blogger Bakkouz lists the miseries of being Jordanian in this post (Ar), in which he posts an email he had received from his mother.
Natasha Tynes, from Jordan, discusses torture in her country and reports on a new law which penalizes anyone that tortures any citizen to get information.