Jordan 9B

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  • Development of islamic in Jordan

    It started in the early 7th century, the area of modern Jordan became integrated into the new Arab-Islamic Umayyad Empire (the first Muslim dynasty), which ruled much of the Middle East from 661 until 750 CE.
  • Major cities

    It had a population of 635,160 inhabitants in 2015, and is the most populous city in Jordan after Amman.
  • Development of Christianity in Jordan

    Jordan contains some of the oldest Christian communities in the world, their presence dating back to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ early in the 1st century AD. Christians today make up about 4% of the population, down from 20% in 1930, but their absolute numbers have increased. This is due to high immigration rate of Muslims into Jordan.
  • Jordan's Independece Day

    When Jordan became independent it was initially known as the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan, recognized by the U.S. and Great Britain after the takeover of the Hashemite army
  • Al Abdali Urban Regeneration Project

    Al Abdali urban regeneration project is a strategic development in the heart of the Heart of the capital Amman - converting a 34 hectar military camp site into what is considered to be the most prestigious mixed - used environment in Jordan
  • Al-Manar Project

    The Al-Manar Project is a free national human resource development center that works to advance the career prospects of Jordanians. This is accomplished by offering human resource information that may support Jordanian advancement in the career field. Gender and social inclusiveness are the main concerns for the project.
  • Jordan's Conflicts

    But since then, growth has slowed and private investment has dwindled – and despite achieving relative financial stability, Jordan still depends on foreign aid. One of the biggest problems could end up being unemployment. More than seven out of 10 people in Jordan are under 29.
  • Jordan's Conflicts

    Jordan’s water crisis is emblematic of challenges looming around the world as a result of climate change and rapid population growth. Low-income neighborhoods will be the hardest hit, with 91 percent of households receiving less than 40 liters daily for 11 consecutive months per year by 2100.
  • Major Cities

    Amman is Jordan's most populous city with more than one million people. Amman has its origin as the ancient town of the Ammonites. The town is a booming economy within Jordan and is among the highest ranking cities in Asia and North Africa regions.