Tuesday, February 1, 2011

In a surprising move, Jordan's king Abdullah II has replaced his cabinet and Prime Minister today. Following continuous protests in Jordan from both Islamist hard-liners and students concerning corruption.  The dismissals come in the wake of similar protests in Egypt and Tunisia, as well as  recent unrest in Iran.  All eyes are focused on the Middle East as world governments ponder how the region's instability will turn out.

23 comments:

  1. hmmm we shall see..


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  2. Wow, a lot of stuff happening in the Middle Eastern world. Hope everything stabilizes.

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  3. guess we'll know soon enough, unless their government decides that deterrence and stringing citizens along is the best policy like they do in the united states.

    also, abdullah looks a touch like tom hardy from inception, no?

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  4. I wonder if this is going to spread to Libya or Saudi Arabia.

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  5. looks like the situation in there is kind of tense

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  6. "They've declared a Day of Rage. Or, as the Middle East knows it - Tuesday." ~ Conan

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  7. this whole situation keeps getting crazier

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  8. Don't know much about the situation. Looks like everything in the Middle East is going insane.

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  9. This guy need to give his people a break.

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  10. Dat dere middle east is causing all sorts of problems right now. Get your shit together people.


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  11. @Cameron - tell me about it :(

    so many problems, and always innocent civilians paying the price

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  12. Oil prices have already started rising as a result of the tensions out there, I just hope it sorts itself out before we all end up riding around on bikes!

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  13. Everything in the middle east looks like if it was about to explode, hope everything sorts out well!

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  14. his turn after Mubarak because he is Unjust and destroyed Jordan

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  15. Yeah the entire situation in Egypt right now is just a total cockup. They need to get that guy out of office ASAP.

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