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Baghdad mall in Jordan !!!


[tags] Baghdad, Mall, Baghdad Mall, Jordan, Moey [/tags]


  1. hahahaha never knew you liked it that much :P LOL, no offense.. I'm a racist filthy bitch I know but it seems that mecca mall is always crowded with Iraqis

  2. hallawww

    aslan share3 il 7amra b sweifeyeh sar ismo share3 baghdad

    o6aleb b sefara lil 2ordonyeenen fee 3amman..

  3. Moey i have to agree with you.

  4. yeah it's filled with iraqis...if it wasnt, half the places in there would've gone out of business.

  5. nas

    u have no idea what's going on here,everything's gone up.the middle class jordanian family is now considered poor.

    ever heard of appartments for 400,000 JDs? and more?

    what business nas?..what business!!! ta3a shoof awwal sho sayer..i am not against anyone but when u have around one million and half more mouths to feed,use water which is scarce here,buy with suitcases filled with money,u stop to think..whats next??

  6. not really Nas, it's actually most of the buyers are students.. they do not shop from there, they just gather and eat.. food court= ew!

  7. Go to jabal alhussain it like bagdad.


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