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· July, 2009

Stories about Jordan from July, 2009

Arab World: Trouble for Gay Travels in the Muslim World

The first gay book to have been ever translated into Arabic after being originally printed in English has run into problems straight off the press. Katharine Ganly reports on blogger...

Jordan: Swine Flu Reactions “Funny”

Jordanian Osama Romoh [Ar] is surprised with the mania surrounding swine flu (H1N1) in this part of the world. “The reaction of people towards swine flu or any other epidemic...

Jordan: Four Years of Blogging

Jordanian blogger Hareega marks four years of blogging with a message to his readers: “Thank You.”

Jordan: Summer Stories

American Kinzi, who lives in Jordan, writes about her and her family's life and adventures this summer.

Jordan: Why was Marwa killed?

Jordanian Naseem Tarawnah discusses the recent murder of Egyptian Marwa El-Sherbini, 32, in a courtroom in Germany in front of her three year old son and says: “This case was...

Jordan/US: Patient Mix Up

Jordanian blogger Hareega, who practices medicine in the US, writes about a patient mix up in this post.

Jordan: Message to the Iranian People

“The Iranian people have the virtues of a great civilization running through their veins. We love you Iran,” tweets Queen Rania of Jordan here.

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