Essay on Jordan Is a Land Loaded with History

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Thesis: Jordan is a country with great complexity that includes location and geography, demography, communication, morale, laws and any other capabilities and habits as acquired by man and woman in the Jordanian society. The land is commonly known for its desert land but the history and the consideration therein when it comes to its people, society, culture, language and power and authority rests on its ancient and preserved sayings from Mohammed.
I. Jordan is a land loaded with history. It has been home to some of man's earliest settlements, villages and ruins of the world's greatest culture that can still be seen today. A. Jordan is about 35,475 square miles (91,900 square kilometers).
1. It lies in the center of the Middle …show more content…

The Emirate of Transjordan was the name given to this small state when it was recognized in 1921. 3. 1946 Transjordan became a completely sovereign state. In 1950, Transjordan merged with part of Palestine to form the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Amman is the capital and the largest city.
IV. The separation between Jordanians, Bedouins, and Palestinians is clear in this society. Jordanians are defined as residents who have lived east of the Jordan River since before 1948. Palestinians are defined as residents whose birthright extends back to areas west of the Jordan River. People of Bedouin descent are considered to be of the purest Arab stock. (The Existing Question By Remi Kanazi)
A. Jordan is the only Arab country where Palestinians can become citizens.
1. The flag has black, white, and green horizontal stripes with a red triangle on the hoist side bearing a white seven-pointed star.
2. The flag of the Palestinian people is identical but does not have the white star.
V. Ethnic Relations include deserts with little vegetation and water, Bedouin families have lived in the traditional way for thousands of years. They roam freely and pay little attention to borders.
A. Bedouins form the core of the army, occupying key positions, even though their political influence is diminishing.
1. Palestinians are typically referred to as educated, hard-working people, and their influence in Jordan has resulted in a

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