Anniversary of combating electronic bullying

Submitted by munir on Tue, 06/13/2023 - 12:05

As the third Friday of June is approaching, we are getting closer to marking the International Day Against Cyberbullying (Stop Cyberbullying Day), which was endorsed by the United Nations in 2012. With time passing by, we find out that this issue is getting more difficult and spiking, which necessitates getting alerted to it not only nowadays but rather throughout of the year.


The mosaic of the national wedding

Submitted by munir on Sun, 06/04/2023 - 10:10

The bells of the Churches of Amman and their sisterly churches in all parts of the country rang their bells with festive tones in an expression of jubilation and happiness marking the national event that brought overwhelming joy in hearts, homes, streets, and in all squares of this homeland which were turned into theaters of elation and euphoria.

Our Jordanian jubilation and media developments

Submitted by munir on Sun, 05/28/2023 - 11:34

These are among the wonderful weeks that the country is experiencing these days, which teach us, as has been the case all the time, how to be wholeheartedly united in an atmosphere of one extended family, a family with its love and solidarity. With the wonderful and traditional celebration marking Independence Day and honoring a host of institutions and individuals who work for the country in various fields of benevolence, we reiterate the dear words expressed by Prime Minister Bisher Khasawneh, "Blessed is the J

Witchcraft is the mother of all evils

Submitted by munir on Mon, 05/08/2023 - 09:15

In a world where evil lurks in nooks and crannies, witchcraft remains one of the worst and most serious evils in the world. It implies surrendering one's life to demon and fulfilling destructive deeds that contravene the Lord's good and loving will. It is the mother of all evils as it wreaks havoc on all walks of life and endorses committing all kinds of crime without any limitations.


The motorcade of Francis crosses the bridges of Budapest

Submitted by munir on Thu, 05/04/2023 - 11:44

Over the course of the three-day visit by Pope Francis to the Hungarian capital, Budapest, it  was designed to meet with the local Catholic Church, led by Cardinal Peter Erdo, as well as to deepen diplomatic relations between the Holy See and Hungary, while holding two meetings with the country's new president, Katalin Novak, and Prime Minister Viktor Orban.