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A new rumour is being circulated between Jordanian bloggers saying that Jordan's E-Government is about to release a new WordPress plugin for your self-hosted WordPress blog.

An unofficial spokesman of E-Gov WordPress plugin development department said, The goal is to help Jordanian bloggers not to cross the ambiguous red line , easily and smoothly,, We have been working on the new algorithm for three years now and we are certain of bloggers satisfaction he adds.

The unofficial source also said We are working hard to provide a tool for Jordanian bloggers who uses blogger.com, WordPress.com and LiveJournal.com as they have been asking for it for a while but we can't promise a deadline now


The core idea of this plugin seems to be helping Jordanian bloggers whenever they ran into mental disorder by criticising their dandy Government, Parliament or the private sector in Jordan as most of the bloggers seems to imagine things that doesn't exists in Jordan's dictionary like unemployment, bureaucracy, lack of democracy and one of them even though fuel price has increased in the last two years!

The deficiency of B12 Vitamin seems to be the reason of this black and negative imaginations or it could be the exaggeration in our education about platonic city and utopia, Professor of psychology at New Jordan University.

Online and Offline communities had a quick reaction Some Jordanian rebels are planning to release another plugin as a strike back against their E-Government, The rebels plugin code name is FOS and it's not an Arabish word but stands for Freedom of Speech.

Muslims brotherhood on the other side are arguing and calling for public demonstration because they have been asking for Internal honesty plugin for a while and the E-Government team aren't being cooperative with them.

The promised plugin has loads of nice features, most bloggers voted for Oula's restriction list wish list as they are aware of mental disorder, and the funny thing is, I was in a white taxi and the driver said If they are after online publications, websites and blogs then they wouldn't surprise me if they run after one of my favourite glossy magazine later like NOX





further reading:
http://bakkouz.net/2007/09/24/say-no-to-censorship/
http://www.black-iris.com/2007/09/24/a-sad-day-for-online-free-speech-in-jordan/
http://ajloun.blogspot.com/2007/09/youve-come-long-way-back-baby.html
http://oeliwat.jeeran.com/archive/2007/9/330995.html
http://ayaalmusa.blogspot.com/2007/09/blog-post_23.html
http://www.ammonnews.net/arabicDemo/article.php?articleID=10634
http://nasimjo.blogspot.com/2007/09/blog-post_24.html
http://american-in-jordan.blogspot.com/2007/09/big-brother-is-watching.html
http://jadmadi.net/blog/2007/09/25/jordans-e-government-wordpress-plugin-10v-beta/
http://ghasseel.blogspot.com/2007/09/blog-post_24.html
http://hareega.blogspot.com/2007/09/dear-our-censorship-hero-mr-nabil-al.html

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