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· March, 2009

Stories about Jordan from March, 2009

Jordan: Blogger Exposes a State Secret

Jordanian blogger Rami Abdelrahman has blogged about a closely guarded secret about his government's involvement in the war on Afghanistan - and is getting unwelcome attention from the intelligence service.

Jordan: Amman joins Earth Hour

Jordan: Psychological Problems

Jordan: 19-year-old woman killed by father and brothers

Jordan: Call to end Honour Killings

Jordan: Photographs from Damascus

Jordan: Online Petition in Support of Journalist

Jordan: Billionaires Drop

Jordan: Day Against Cyber Censorship

Jordan: New Facebook Design

Jordan: Bloggers Come Together in Celebration

Jordanian bloggers came together to mark the second Blog About Jordan Day on March 12, an initiative started in 2008 by Qwaider. Jordanian and expat bloggers wrote about Jordan's perks...

Jordan: Blog About Jordan Day Approaches

Blog About Jordan Day, an initiative started in 2008 by blogger Qwaider, has begun. The day designated for all bloggers, Jordanian or not, to write about Jordan in any shape...

Jordan: “I've been Twittered”

Jordan: Is the Government paying off Journalists?

Jordan's “shameful reaction”

Jordan: Demo For Arab Technology Innovators

Jordanian Mohammad Azraq attends the launch of Arab Crunch Demo, a blog which aims to promote Arab technology start-ups, and shares his findings in this post.

Jordan: Adopting a Palestinian Child

Arab World: Birthday Food for Thought

Several bloggers from across the Arab World are marking their birthdays online with philosophical posts, describing their lives, hopes, accomplishments and dreams. Here's a selection of posts.

Jordan: Photo of the Moment

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