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This video is about why to not travel to the Middle East and in particular Amman, Jordan. The country is dangerous for westerners especially women. There are various issues such as no jobs, over pricing of all items, high taxes, security problem, water problem, refugee problem, sexism, scam artists, cheating, stealing radicalization and more. Stay away from it. Please view this security message http://jordan.usembassy.gov/sm_012316.html
A love dialog between a water miller and a girl who is in love with him. The oldest recording was made by Elias Behar in 1926 in Istanbul. Years later, a different version (with Turkish lyrics) was recorded by Victoria Hazan and published on album "Todas mis esperansas". After WWII it was also recorded by the Belgrade Rabbi, Josef Levi. The performance by Shira u'tfila mixes all three different interpretations mentioned above.
يقع نبع البحاث في منطقة مرج الحمام في العاصمة الاردنية عمان تم بناء مطعم ومنتزه على مجرى مياه الينبوع المكان هناك أكثر من رائع أنصح كل السائحين بزيارته
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We have selected 100 unique places on Earth that are projected to undergo profound changes within the next few generations. We based our selection of the 100 places on the 4th Assessment Report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Simply by drawing attention to the beauty of these places, 100 Places to Remember Before they Disappear creates an argument to preserve them. The 100 Places we have chosen to highlight, and the people who live in them, are in serious danger because of rising sea levels, rising temperatures and extreme weather events triggered by climate change. Among ambassadors are Joss Stone, Desmond Tutu for more info visit http://www.100places.com - Amman · Jordan Water, not Oil, is the Worlds Most Important Natural Resour...
After the first big rain of the season on October 6ht, 2009 many streets in Amman looked like this one.
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For analysis of this event, visit: http://www.STRATFOR.com Jordanian anti-riot police attack pro-reform demonstrators camping at a central square in Amman using water cannon and batons minutes after the youth group was attacked by pro-regime loyalists. One person reportedly died from a stroke and several were injured, including journalists. (March 25) Video courtesy: Reuters About Stratfor: Stratfor brings global events into valuable perspective, empowering businesses, governments and individuals to more confidently navigate their way through an increasingly complex international environment. For individual and enterprise subscriptions to Stratfor Worldview, our online publication, visit us at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/ And make sure to connect with Stratfor on social media: ...
in Amman Jordan in the seventh roundabout
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http://www.waterishope.org/ Ariane Kirtley talks about her experience in the Azawak region of Niger, why she started Amman Imman: Water is Life and how students around the world are joining with her to save lives. Ariane spoke at the Montessori Peace Academy conference in November, 2006. All photos courtesy of Ariane Kirtley. Find out more about Amman Imman at http://www.waterishope.org/. Find out how students are helping at http://montessori-amman-imman-project.blogspot.com/ Background music by Tinariwen.
Amman Imman empowers and helps preserve Africa’s most vulnerable indigenous people. It establishes points of civilization emphasizing the role of women and engaging youth as guiding forces for societal stability, optimism, and resilience. The purpose of Herds for Economic Resiliency (HERds) is to establish a livestock loaning program and fodder bank and to train women in animal husbandry best practices. For details, visit http://diningforwomen.org/programs/amman-imman-water-is-life/
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