Madaba still shining by Natasha Tynes | Sep 20, 2005 | Jordan, my nation, Shutterbug | 5 comments Still on the issue of Madaba, during their respective visits here both Amal and my sister insisted we put up a picture of our car and its license plate on the blog. For some reason they thought it was quite unique. Well, I think it’s just natural. Related 5 Comments natasha on September 27, 2005 at 3:49 pm Dear Pure Jordanin, Thank you for your kind words. Glad to know that you like my blog. Good luck with your studies. Reply pure jordanian on September 27, 2005 at 3:44 pm Hiiiii,,,well let me first tell you that am a jordanian from the pure south,,from the wonderful,amazing city of AQABA,,well i LOVE your website actually its amazing and i think JORDAN is proud to have you as a citizen,,and AM CURRENTLY STUDYING IN CANADA,,2nd year university student,,am majoring in POLITICAL SCIENCE,,and one of the reasons i chose BPs,,Is to prove to the world that we arabs&muslims,, have an opinion that we have to express whether they like it or not,,its not fair that people just go into our lands and occupy it,,HELL NO,,we wont allow it,,look whats happeneing to our palestinian brothers??,,i love the palestinian UNITY,,between muslims and christians,,they are defending their country for the same reason for the same cause,,and finally,,LONG LIVE JORDAN!! Reply jameed on September 23, 2005 at 2:43 am Nasim, older cars are traditionally known as “3azeezeh”…I may get that one day; i doubt it will be taken so i am not in a hurry Reply nasimjo on September 21, 2005 at 1:35 am Jameed & Natasha … we need such plates on the Jordanian Roads.. Just imagine the names: Za3ra Za3raa Z3ra Za3rah 7areega 7reega Bag3a Swele7 fesalaui we7dati akhbarkee a5barkee … & ill be surly writing a book & publish it entitled: (How to integrate A Jordanian in NYC in 21) Respect Natasha … Respect 😉 you are 100% Jordanian resource 🙂 Reply iyas on September 20, 2005 at 9:54 pm between your car and malhas’s, i decided that it might not be a bad idea to change my license plates next year. you can guess what i will write on them. aslan i have to legally change them since I am missing the front one after an accident. i’ll keep the 2002 Olympic plates for sentimental value. they only made them for a year then were discontinued. Reply Leave a Reply to jameed Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.