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Hello Planet!

If you are reading this through Planet Ubuntu it means that EMEA membership team is done torturing me.
In other words, I made it to the planet which also means I became an Ubuntu Member, So please join me and welcome ME as a new member, Jad Madi
[tags] ubuntu, membership [/tags]

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  1. Oh, wow, that's really weird, i've never seen them either! And they're actually kind of cool... Let us know if you find out where they are from.

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  2. I have never seen them either but I haven't been back to Jordan in 4 years. I think these are "firqet salahif al ninja al isti3radiyeh" after they lost their popularity and eventually were dressed as bears, mummified and displayed in "hadeeqit al toyoor".

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  3. This is really weird! but I guess they'd be either in a park or a children center!
    Didn't the source you got them from mention anything to guide you where they are?

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  4. Oh that my photo!
    Sorry, Excactly
    That's bears named
    'UNITED budy beares"
    It's not only JORDAN
    but 127 nations's.
    I started from BELLIN.
    And Now there are
    in TOKYO until 8th MAY 2005.
    After that they are
    moving another coutry.
    more info
    (JAPANESE but more photo
    about the project)

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  5. Hey
    Thank you PinKick, for the info and URLS,
    really great shots,
    wonder if they are going to have some landing in jordan for a while..

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  6. ya3ni hathol mish "salahif il ninja"?

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  7. la man, mesh 7alasif el ninja!

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  8. http://www.united-buddy-bears.com/de/bears/showpicbig.php?lang=en&bbbyear=2005&picbignum=1056874185.jpg&bearid=217
    here's the Jordanian Bear.. It doesn't look like a bear to me!!

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  9. Oh, anman has plan to invite the bears in 2006.

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  10. Congratulations on becoming a member :)

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  11. Not the best introduction post ...

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  12. Congratulations and welcome!

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