I live in Moab! جبل شيحان في الكرك كما يظهر من قرية السماكية

Grain fields in the Biblical Moab (Now known as Al-Kerak). The mountain in the photo is Mount Shihan which was also mentioned in The Old Testament. This is another Biblical Landsacpe, you can see in the distance Mujib Valley, which was also mentioned in The Old Testament under the name of “Arnon Valley”. You can read in Numbers 21:13: “They set out from there and camped alongside the Arnon, which …

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Two Acronyms Revealed

Those are two Acronyms that someone always find in front of him… GPS: Global Positioning System GMT: Greenwitch Mean Time Yesterday, Mr. Alex from the BBC site used the two sentences I submited! I was like reading the blog when I came to the paragraph where he said: Anyway, let’s move on and talk about some grammar. Thanks to everyone who tried the homework questions. Jameel from Jordan’s answers were …

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A Walk through History

At almost 16:15 this afternoon, the electricity went off causing me to start my daily trip earlier than the usual time which is 17:00. I wore the Sport Pajamas pantaloon that Umm Asad brought to me on the Tawjihi results, and a black shirt which seemed very (cool) to me. One unusual thing today was that I didn’t wear socks in order to try how does it feel! Now after …

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5 year-old Question o fmine: What does the acronym (INRI) that was put on a board above the head of Jesus mean?

What does the acronym (INRI) that was put on a board above the head of Jesus mean? I remember asking this question not a few times when I was in the school. I believe that I asked teacher Dima, my religion teacher, once about it. However, she said that it would be better for me to ask Father R.B. and as you can deduce from the title above, this question …

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My First Blog

I’m very happy that I finally took the decision and started my own Blog… I tribute this to (Jack) whom I find by chance in his own Skypecasts today! What did I learn today and must or will stay with me? 1- It is not important to have an accent when speaking English. What matters most is that you talk clearly and confidently so as the one whom you are …

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