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In 1950, Transjordan merged with part of Palestine to form the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It lies in the center of the Middle East, sharing its northern border with Syria, eastern border with Iraq, it's southern and eastern borders with Saudi Arabia, and western border with the Jordan River, the Dead Sea, and Israel. Jordan has barren deserts, fertile valleys, and colorful rock and sand mountains.It contains the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, and the Great Rift Valley, which was created twenty million years ago when tectonic plates shifted, stretching from Lake Tiberius south through Jordan and into eastern Africa. In 1946, the population was about 400,000; in 1997, it reached 4.6 million, a figure twice that of 1981. job search criteria and your career profile, we'll match you with local jobs from some of the United States's leading employers.

Iraq was the centre of the Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian, and Babylonian empires.By the year 2012, the population is expected to double. The flag of the Palestinian people is identical but does not have the white star.From Mount Nebo in western Jordan, many people believe that Moses saw the Promised Land.I was kind of shocked that it was so well received by many people who had been down this road before.I suggest to you that what Crown Prince Abdullah talked about a few days ago was not new at all.

Iraq was the centre of the Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian, and Babylonian empires.

By the year 2012, the population is expected to double. The flag of the Palestinian people is identical but does not have the white star.

From Mount Nebo in western Jordan, many people believe that Moses saw the Promised Land.

I was kind of shocked that it was so well received by many people who had been down this road before.

I suggest to you that what Crown Prince Abdullah talked about a few days ago was not new at all.

1) ARCHEOLOGY The first reason is that Israel has the right to the land because of all of the archeological evidence. Every time there is a dig in Israel, it does nothing but support the fact that Israelis have had a presence there for 3,000 years.