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Jordan is a country in West Asia, located east of the Jordan River, and its capital is the city of Amman. The country has a population of about 10 million and 98% of its population is Arab. The type of government is the constitutional monarchy and its current king is King Abdullah II. The currency of Jordan is the Jordanian Dinar.
Geography of Jordan
Jordan is bordered to the north by Syria, to the northeast by Iraq, to the east and south by Saudi Arabia, and to the west by Israel and the West Bank, where the total Jordanian border with these countries is 1,619 km. The country is tangent to the Gulf of Aqaba from the south and therefore has a water border of about 26 km, and this is the lowest water border among the Arab countries.
As a large part of Jordan is desert, its climate is also dry and desert. Meanwhile, the western parts of the country see relative rainfall throughout the year (from November to April).
Jordan is administratively divided into 12 provinces. Jordan is divided into twelve provinces (Arabic: محافظه): Each of the twelve provinces is governed by a governor appointed by the king.
Also, for each of the provinces and development projects in their respective areas, special authorities are considered. Jordan Provinces / Provinces are divided into about 52 districts.
The Impact of the Middle East Conflict on Jordan
The ongoing Arab-Israeli war, the Gulf War, and other conflicts in the Middle East have had a profound effect on the Jordanian economy. The fact that Jordan has signed an agreement with its neighbors, along with its stability, has made Jordan the first choice for many Palestinians, Lebanese people, migrants and refugees in the Persian Gulf.
Although this trend has made the Jordanian economy more active, it has also damaged the economy by greatly reducing the amount of resources that everyone has the right to use. Jordan has enacted a law that says Palestinians other than Jewish Palestinians can immigrate to Jordan and obtain citizenship. This law does not always apply to allowing Palestinians to enter.
It is also illegal for Jews to buy land in the Kingdom of Jordan. Violence has also given rise to extremism in Jordan. Following the suicide bombings in the port city of Amman in November 2005, King Abdullah called for an end to extremism.