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Jordan Protests - Game Changer - Moslem Brotherhood TRYING TO SAVE Jordan's King?
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[quote:AWFEKKIT:MV8yMDUwMzA4XzM0NDU4Mjk1XzkzM0JCODQ3] [quote:DarbyDoom:MV8yMDUwMzA4XzM0NDU2Mjc4XzkzRDY5RTQ3] [quote:pool:MV8yMDUwMzA4XzM0NDU2MTA4X0RFRDFCNkQ5] [quote:DarbyDoom:MV8yMDUwMzA4XzM0NDU2MDI3XzdEOUFBM0ZE] Climate explains late-night lifestyle for much of the year.... [/quote] Not trying to be 'hell' bent, but with their lifestyles, they are outside working/hanging out in the markets, driving taxis all day long. Most of the students are inside and come out at night, but they already have limited electricity so, it could be because they aren't at work or school for their get together schedule. [/quote] They don't take siestas like Spain? It's in the Sunnah that they are supposed to take a nap...? [/quote] No. The Arab world, for the most part, are night owls. It's partly because of the climate, but also because most men work two jobs (a day job and a night job). The region doesn't function on a 9 - 5 schedule at all. Cutting subsidies on petrol, eh? They're doing that here, on the most expensive gasoline, starting today. Hmmmmmmmmmm. [/quote]
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Rena Netjes (@RenaNetjes)
11/13/12, 5:35 PM
Is it Egypt that helped spark tonight's demo's in Jordan? Cutting of Egyptian gas cost the Jordanian govt 2 bln USD #ONtv
Protests break out in Jordan, mention king by name
As of this writing, protesters are amassing in Amman, the capital, in a demonstration that was initially sparked by cuts to fuel subsidies but have come to more directly address the country’s governing system, including King Abdullah himself.
Local media report protests in several other Jordanian cities. Demonstrations in the country’s south have “become commonplace over the past year,” George Washington University Professor Marc Lynch said, pointing to this article on “tribal dissent” in the kingdom.
link to www.washingtonpost.com
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