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The 13-year-old told Al Jazeera he "hated" school five years ago, when his teacher asked him to return textbooks she gave to him by "mistake".

I was wondering what are the dating culture like for Jordanians?

"We do not want to empty Palestine and achieve the goals of the occupiers," Ensour told journalists at a recent news conference.

Although King Abdullah II has publicly rejected the notion that Jordan could become an "alternative homeland" to the Palestinians, fears persist among East Bank Jordanians that the government’s new measures could lead to a demographic change."Absolutely, a fear of a demographic change in Jordan is there, whether it is by Palestinians, Iraqis, or even Syrians," said Mohammad al-Khawaldeh, a retired general and a strong opponent to granting full citizenship rights.

Last month, the government finally responded to their campaign, rejecting their demands of full citizenship for their children and instead implementing a scheme of "benefits" to "ease" the children's access to some services.

The benefits, which apply to children but not husbands, would provide improved access to primary education in public schools, health insurance and driver's licenses, and an exemption from fees associated with residence permits and work permits.

His aunt also told him to slow down the courting because it's not fast in American culture.

She told me that Arab men (especially him) are quick and direct about what they want. I told him I wanted to get to know him better (as we agreed on after the first time he talked about marriage). Can someone be help me understand what is going on?

Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour has confirmed that the decision "is not a step towards granting full citizenship or conscription into the army" for these individuals.

One woman, who spoke to Al Jazeera on condition of anonymity, said her 20-year-old son was beaten by police for failing to present an ID at an Amman shopping centre.

"Shouting 'my mother is Jordanian' saved him from death or prison," she said.

A few weeks later, she said, her son attempted suicide after being denied a driver's In another case, to send her eldest son to university, Mashal al-Zoubi spent 10,000 dinars (,000) - three times the tuition for a Jordanian citizen.

"I am left with so many questions; will these benefits be interrupted if one of our children has a job offer abroad for a year or so?

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