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Near my home exists a giant traffic circle. Actually, the street is home to three traffic circles that are no more than 200-300 meters apart from one another. It is, perhaps, a symbolic representation of Amman itself, which is known to be littered with these circles. What’s interesting about this particular circle is that every [...]
Did you ever notice, whenever there seems to be a great deal of traffic in a specific spot, there is always a traffic cop around, and that it also feels like the traffic actually increases due to his/her presence?
The new General Intelligence Department (aka mukhabarat) – the most feared security apparatus by the average Jordanian, is actually located on a street called “The People’s Street”.
A new category here on the Black Iris. Did you ever notice?… Whenever a Jordanian government official says a certain piece of public land is not for sale, it usually means it’s probably in the process of being sold?
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