History, Language & Culture Jordan
Jordan was formerly under the rule of the United Kingdom and gained independence on May 25, 1946. Later in 1953, King Hussein ascended to the throne as head of Jordan until early 1999, and King Ab. Dullah II bin Al Hussein ascended the throne from King Hussein. His father who died by vowing to the Jordanian Parliament on February 7, 1999.
Jordan is a small and landlocked country. Except in the port city of Aqaba Da Red, so it has to rely on neighboring countries. Especially Iraq to transport goods through the sea. In the past, King Hussein had played a significant role in regional stability. He is a key player in mediating conflicts between Arab countries. In addition, Jordan signed a peace agreement with Israel in 1994 made King Hussein a vital part of the peace negotiations in the Middle East. In the eyes of the United States more and more.
Jordanian Arabic is a group of sub-accents of the Levantine Arabic language. Used to speak in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The structure of the language is a type of the Semitic language group. But has a root influence from English, Turkish and French languages. It has more than 6 million speakers and is understood in the Levantine area. It is classified as a language spoken in everyday life in Jordan.
Jordan has a number of places of historic and religious significance, both arts and culture worthy of learning: The Dead Sea is the sacred sea that appears in The Old Testament, the Jordan River. River of Jordan), which is believed to be the place where Jesus was baptized on the Jordan River. The Jordan River is a place where many pilgrims come.