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· September, 2009

Stories about Jordan from September, 2009

Middle East: The Cupcake Revolution

A cupcake revolution is taking the Middle East by storm and sweet-toothed bloggers are tracking its development. Jillian C. York reports from the frontline.

MENA: Thanks “Khawater” from Japan

Television viewers across the Arab world were in for a treat this Ramadan, with the airing of a special programme on Japan. In its fifth season, Khawater (Thoughts) visited Japan,...

Jordan: GPS nightmare

Jordanian Ahmad Humeid writes: “This GPS/Mapping story in Jordan is turning into a really painful one!”

Jordan: Migratory Birds over Amman

While driving, Jordanian blogger Naseem Tarawnah “noticed a swarm of birds, possibly the largest I’ve ever seen in Jordan, swooping by.” He had his camera with him and here‘s the...

Jordan: Why was he let off the hook?

“The woman in Malaysia who was to be caned for drinking beer will now wait until after Ramadan for her punishment,” writes Kinzi, who lives in Jordan, and asks: “What...

Jordan: Maktoob's Rise

Jordanian site Jazarah discusses the development of Arabic site Maktoob in this post. “Yahoo! and Maktoob officially announced the acquisition of, the largest Arabic website, by the international giant...

Jordan: Support Palestinians

From Jordan Ali Dahmash argues for supporting Palestinians by urging Arabs to travel to Jerusalem.

Jordan: Making Lists

Do you make lists to determine the direction of your life? Tololy, from Jordan, shares her experience with making lists in this post.

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