The people shout and appeal to the king

Written by Dr. Sattam Al- Fayez In most of the articles that we have written in this corner, which we look at from time to...

King renews confidence in military, security agencies

  AMMAN — His Majesty King Abdullah, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army (JAF), on Tuesday reiterated his confidence in the army...

Queen says no time to waste in education reform

AMMAN — Her Majesty Queen Rania said on Sunday there is no time to waste when it comes to reforming Jordan’s educational system, adding...

Army rises to Rakban camp challenge, security threats

  A Border Guards member is seen on the border with Syria on Tuesday (Photo by Amjad Ghsoun) RAKBAN — In an arid land 500 kilometres...

Important statement from the World Shield Organization in Jordan regarding membership...

  The General Secretary  of the International Shield for the Protection of the Rights and Freedom of Citizens in the Middle East and Africa, Dr....

PM inaugurates Saudi-funded Desert Road revamping project

AMMAN — Prime Minister Hani Mulki on Thursday attended the launching ceremony of the revamping project of the Desert Road, which is funded by...

Twelve years passed for the massacre of Amman’s hotels

  Written By/ Eng. Jihan Ahmed Alghazawi Twelve years have passed since a group of extremists perpetrated terrorist attacks on three hotels in Amman on November...

22 suspects arrested for violence, vandalism in restive town

  AMMAN — Police on Wednesday and Thursday arrested 22 suspects for injuring three gendarmerie officers and attacking public property and a police station in...

Suicide is self-imposed aggression and a means of protesting to those...

  Written by Issam Alghazawi In last decade ,We used to wonder the suicide phenomenon spread in the industrial countries specially in the Scandinavian   countries  ,...

Amman, Warsaw seek closer military, security cooperation

AMMAN — His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday returned to the Kingdom from a working visit to Poland, according to a Royal Court statement. Earlier...