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Jordan gates towers fall down :(

While in JP meeting Khalida's friend called her to tell her about the shocking news, first I didn't believe, actually I thought it's another rumor just like the Abdoun bridge one because unfortunately we are the rumors experts in Jordan.

What I was thinking of when I first heard it, ohh god be with us, save us and inshallah it's not a the terrorists again and al-hamdulilah it wasn't the terrorists but Seems to be low standards and dirty contractors.

anyway, no more to say, leave you with the distracting news

[tags] Jordan, gates, towers, fall-down [/tags]

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