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After the 1967 war with Israel and Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait, there were sudden and massive influxes of Palestinian Arab refugees, who now make up more than two-thirds of the population.
In 1996, 1,359,000 Palestinian refugees living in Jordan were registered with United Nations; 250,000 Palestinians continue to live in ten refugee camps.
Yes, in the past 5 years perhaps the buildings of Amman have changed. Now what I’ve concluded is that the sexual revolution in Amman has been hands down the biggest change in the city this past half decade.
The stories I hear are some that I refused to believe until I witnessed a few things first hand.
Sex has become so commonplace in West Amman that it’s not even funny, it’s actually quite sad.
It’s not only the normalization of sex but the ease in which it’s available.
Nomadic people, predominantly Bedouin, account for more than 10 percent of the total population.
The population is young, with a birthrate that is double the world average; 43 percent of the people are under age fifteen. English is taught to all students and is widely spoken. The flag has black, white, and green horizontal stripes with a red triangle on the hoist side bearing a white seven-pointed star.
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A night at the club is pretty much a guarantee for most people.
Relationships have become sexually based; or in other words, hooking up for the sole reason of having sex.
Driving expensive cars and sporting the latest fashions, many of these young, affluent Jordanians gather almost every night at the chic new spots.
"We are still a conservative country, but people here are becoming more and more interested in nightlife entertainment," said Hassan al-Hassan, co-owner of a newly opened nightclub, Upstairs, in the Abdun district with partner Khaled Naffaa.