BAJD – I love Jordan


It is the second year where the Jordanian blogshpere celebrate this beautiful country. It is like a national holiday where sentiments of nationality and patriotism are spread in the air, mostly with appreciation for the achievments and prospects Jordan has.

For me, and yes you all know that I am an optimistic person, I have never felt this good about Jordan, and never been as hopefull as I am today. I can point up success stories everywhere, I can smell creativity in the air, I can see young people with dreams and ambitions, I can feel real motivations for achieving and building for the bened of everyone.

In my humble opinion, there are 3 reasons behind this achievment spirit in the country:

1. The stability and safety Jordanians are benefit of since we signed our peace treaty with Israel. Now energy and money are invested in getting this country forward rather than enticing fear and waste it on military equipments.

2. The huge efforts King Abdulla II and Queen Rania are putting in managing the different sectors that build Jordanian economical and social structure. A lot of initiatives have been set in the past couple of years, and a lot of sectors have been supported and raised up to build industries that we didn’t have before – IT, tourism and film are at the top of my head.

3. The state of the world today, with the internet and communication evolution that made things easier for people to connect and work togather like never before. Today a Jordanian young man has the same chance to make it big the same way Mark Zuckerberg – the creator of the facebook – have done.

Creativity can do miracles in this world, and we certainly have built a frutile ground for it to grow.

12 thoughts on “BAJD – I love Jordan

  1. Its great to be optimistic. But, I have to disagree with you on the reasons you listed. I hope the best for Jordan. I just can’t get into explaining my disagreement.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    See, the first two reasons are exactly the same reasons why I think this country is going to shit.Man .. you are really really professional in pissing people off .. Really, among all the shit that has been going on, the peace treaty with Israel is what makes you optimistic !! .. and really, the King and the Queen !!! You know, in the free world, they refer to us as “just another corrupted country in the middle east” Do you know why ?? because of your amazing king and his lovely queen. And btw, I thought you were all about gays and that stuff, so please stick to that and don’t get involved in shit that you don’t know. because if you keep doing that, people will never take you seriously.

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  3. Mansour says:

    I seriously suggest you run your posts by someone before you actually submit them.. Maybe they can explain to you the facts!

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  4. As a Turkish,i have been to Jordan a few times and each time i enjoyed more.And the King and Queen are the main factors what makes me see it pretty at all…

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  5. mab3oos, I respect your opinion!Mohanned, sure I am!Anon,“You know, in the free world, they refer to us as “just another corrupted country in the middle east” That is not true at all. They refer to us as a moderate stable country with a westernized liberal policy. An oasis in the middle east!When I was in Sweden, we had a lecture about Sweden branding and the lecturer asked us what do you have in mind when Sweden is mentioned, people gave different answers. Then he said for instance when I hear Jordan, I think Queen Rania. She must have done something to be highly regarded around the world, no?Mansour, what facts are you referring to? can you be specific?Leenosh, THANK YOU!Moey, I did🙂Genki_Dama,🙂, it didnt make me optimistic now, I was just pointing out the reasons Jordan are moving forward at a good pace today.

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  6. Rosa says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHthe reasons, the first reason per se is so untrue i doubt that you live in jordan,so where you are from and what country were you blogging about exactly?

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