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By Jawad Anani - Oct 23,2017
Some Israeli likudniks and ultra-right-wingers are asking for a conference to create a Palestinian state on the East Bank of the River Jordan (or Jordan); that calls for a revision of Jordan’s stand on the Palestinian issue as a whole.In 1967, Jordan, under the late King Hussein,
By Jawad Anani - Oct 16,2017
Polish historian and diplomat Marek Moron gave a lecture on October 10, at an event organised jointly by the embassy of Poland and Al Rai Centre for Studies.Poland’s current and previous governments were not favourably viewed in the Arab and Islamic worlds.
By Jawad Anani - Oct 09,2017
In his meeting with the Senate speaker and heads of committees, His Majesty King Abdullah clearly charted a clear map of economic policies.The ideas that had been in circulation among Jordanians were fuzzy and worrisome.The King wants the current Cabinet to run the full parliamen
By Jawad Anani - Oct 02,2017
Israeli officials speak loudly in support of the Kurds’ right to have their independent state, using the same words Palestinians do in arguing for the same rights.Israelis say that the Kurds have been denied their right to have their own political entity.
By Jawad Anani - Sep 25,2017
Last week, I had the privilege of reading the book “Fortress of Peace: Jordan’s’ Interfaith Drive and Model of Coexistence”, penned by Rula H.
By Jawad Anani - Sep 18,2017
Two main messages were sent by His Majesty King Abdullah in the interview he gave Jordan News Agency, Petra, last week.The first was his demand from the Jordanian people to show greater appreciation for the serious economic challenges Jordan is encountering, such as interruption
By Jawad Anani - Sep 11,2017
During Eid Al Adha, the Jordanian public scene witnessed a heated debate over the leaked proposed new Income Tax Law.Government Spokesman Mohammad Momani said, after a long, deliberate, silence, that the leaked proposal was merely a scenario among many others and the law will hav
By Jawad Anani - Sep 04,2017
A big question asked by most Jordanians was why Jordanians of Palestinian origin had a poor participation in the July decentralisation and municipal elections?The social media were ablaze last week with comments on the debate that was held at the invitation of MP Tarek Khour
By Jawad Anani - Aug 28,2017
Of the former prime ministers of Jordan, I know some who published their memoirs and others who are working on them.The ones who already published are Mudar Badran, Taher Al Masri and Abdul Salam Al Majali. I know that Abdur Rau’f Rawabdeh is diligently working on his own.
By Jawad Anani - Aug 21,2017
Jordan’s newspapers covered the news about the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Jordan.

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