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Jordan can bear no more; more than four thousand Syrian refugees enter its land in a day, and the total number have exceeded 150 thousand refugees, and thousands others on the Syrian side are waiting for the opportunity to escape into Jordanian land. It is a humanitarian tragedy that breaks a man’s heart. But what […]
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What is meant by the shadow economy are the businesses and activities that generate income and far from the government’s monitor and does not follow to any of the known rules and regulations, so does it exist in Jordan? The wide spread of slums in different regions in the kingdom that has reached 30 slums, […]
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The events in Syria reached to a bone crushing point, nobody can remain isolated from these events and refrain from adopting a positive or negative stance from this party or that. In Jordan many perspectives to take a stance were various and contradicting. There is the doctrinal point of view that is blinded by obvious […]
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A police operation targeting an armed group in the Al-Kamaliyah neighbourhood north of Amman ended in the arrest of all group members. This sounds normal; it is not out of the ordinary for law enforcement to perform such raids to arrest individuals and groups involved in theft and drug dealing, but what grabbed my attention […]
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What pushes global newspapers and foreign analysts to say – and sometimes with confidence – that Jordan is next after Syria? Is it just an impression of a possible path for the Arab Spring, or is the escalation of our internal crisis behind such a speculation? The “foreign” estimation is not too far from Jordanians’ […]
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The UN Observer mission to Syria has retracted its description of the “Al-Tureimsa” village incident as a massacre against civilians. The mission now admits that what happened was a battle between Syrian Government forces and armed militias that resulted in two civilian deaths and that the 37 other dead bodies are opposition fighters. It is […]
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Saleh Qallab , 29/5/2012
  To make ascertain that the region is rushing towards a new war – which if happened will definitely change many political and maybe geographic maps – it is necessary to look at the unprecedented Israeli military manoeuvres taking place on the Golan Heights. The military build-up taking place in the Gulf region, which prompted […]
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