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By Mahmoud Al Abed - Oct 17,2018
Recently, a group of young people from Hai Al Tafaileh joined ranks to fight the spread of drug selling in the narrow street of that old neighbourhood.The area is an underdeveloped neighbourhood in East Amman, predominantly inhabited by families descending from the same tribe in
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Oct 10,2018
Just 10 days ago, His Majesty King Abdullah said Jordan needs to have three to four political parties with clear platforms, representing all political leanings, and capable of representing the people and reaching the House of Representatives.
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Oct 03,2018
A heated debate surfaced over tribalism after a group of angry men from the same tribe attacked a family when the father drove past a wedding procession on Mafraq Highway, leading to the death of a toddler that His Majesty King Abdullah mentioned by name, Hashem Al Kurdi, wh
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Sep 26,2018
Unfortunately for Prime Minister Omar Razzaz, he is destined to take action regarding two explosive files he inherited from previous governments.
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Sep 12,2018
The new income tax bill is finally out; same old same old, and no idea if people have the energy, the time and the mood to take to the streets "to change the government" like they did earlier this summer. But regardless of how the scene would look like in the coming days, wh
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Sep 05,2018
The debate triggered by the incident at Al al-Bayt University in Mafraq is timely.
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Aug 15,2018
Criticism targeting Media Minister of State for Media Affairs Jumana Ghunaimat, especially during and after this week's security operation to eradicate a suspected terror cell, was expected, but not necessarily fair. Maybe it is not the person, but the approach and attitude.
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Aug 08,2018
"It turned out that the same official who was facilitating my investment was communicating all information about me and my [good] financial position to someone bigger than him," alleges a Lebanese investor on a darting show produced by Kingdom TV, clips from which have been circu
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Aug 01,2018
Almost midway into its 100-day challenge, the government of Prime Minister Omar Razzaz, has run into a set of challenges that illustrates where Jordan stands and raises a big question about the path ahead.
By Mahmoud Al Abed - Jul 26,2018
We do not have a health insurance problem in Jordan. The majority of population, both citizens and their guests, are covered by some kind of medical insurance system.

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