Daoud Kuttab
A legal complaint has been filed with Jordan’s Attorney general against Amman Net’s Daoud Kuttab regarding his recent investigative report on the imprisonment of an American-Jordanian businessman. The
The local security council of Marj al Hamam congratulated Monday Reverend Habis Nimat for being chosen as the new president of the Jordan Evangelical Council at his home. The council, made up of
The foreign affairs committee in the UK parliament has issued a detailed report about the state of the media around the world which included strong language for holding perpetuators-including
The detention of a number of activists Sunday in the vicinity of the National Human Rights Center who were trying to deliver a complaint about the arbitrary measures of the security towards activists
Jordan’s Baptists Support Hashemite Custodianship and denounce Christian Zionists
The leader of Jordan’s Baptists has publicly supported the Hashemite Custodianship of Jerusalem’s holy places and has denounced Christian Zionists. Reverend Suheil Madanat president of the Jordan
No Country for Palestinians
The Israeli general election should have given Israelis an opportunity to choose between war and peace. Instead, Israelis will have a choice between war and more war, between occupation and more
AmmanNet exclusive: U.S. Peace Plan is 60 pages long
Washington- The American peace plan that is expected to be made public after the 9th of April Israeli elections is reportedly made up of sixty pages. Reliable media sources in the US capital told
King Abdullah stands strong on Jerusalem
It's unusual for senior politicians to speak in absolutes. They normally qualify their statements, leaving themselves an escape in case circumstances change. But what happened in the industrial
EU and UNESCO support free expression through radio
With funding support from the European Union, UNESCO representative in Jordan and the European Union ambassador attended the opening of the new radio Al Balad studios in Amman last Sunday. As part of
280,000 Jordanians visited Turkey last year
The Turkish ambassador to Jordan Murat Karagöz said that 280,000 Jordanians visited Turkey last year for shopping, tourism and real estate purchases considering this a record. He hailed the -Istanbul