Jordan Essay

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The country of Jordan, like all countries, has many great aspects, but also, it has
problems and issues that need to be solved. Jordan is not a perfect country, but really,
is there one? Many people around the world remain uniformed about the good aspects; and
judge the country only by the bad things that they hear, like their water scarcity or
their population and growth rate being unexceptionally high. This is an issue that is
very unfair but also easily fixed, with effort. People are sometimes afraid to learn
about those different from them, but what they don?t know is that differences are
sometimes good. You can learn a lot about Jordan through their religion, argriculture,
work, government, and history.

The people of Jordan are very connected with their religion. The main religion is Sunni
Muslim, which is practiced by ninty-two percent of the population. The second largest
religion that is practiced is Christianity. This is practiced by about six percent of the
population. Some of the different denominations of Christanity are: Greek Orthodox
(majority), Greek and Roman Catholics, Syranian Orthodox Coptic Orthodox, Armenian
Orthodox, and other Protestant denominations. The other two percent of the population
practices Shi?a Muslim and Druze religions. All together, there are four main religions
practiced in Jordan. The reason that so many religions are able to be practiced is
because Jordan?s constitution guarantees freedom of religious beliefs.

Agriculture is a very important part in Jordanian culture. The people of Jordan have an
exceptionally healthy diet because they farm most all of their food; which means no junk
food. Their meals consist of freshly farmed vegetables and meat from their animals.
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  • Jordan
    The country of Jordan, like all countries, has many great aspects, but also, it has problems and issues that need to be solved. Jordan is not a perfect country, but really, is there one? Many people around the world remain uniformed about the good aspects; and judge the country only by the bad things that they hear, like their water scarcity or their population and growth rate being unexceptionally high. This is an issue that is very unfair but also easily fixed, with effort. People are sometim