absolute success or relative success / Royal Scientific Society, Marketing and International Public Relations Department, Industrial Studies Division ... Prep. by Amer Jabarin .... - Amman : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung [u.a.], 2009. - 515 KB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Amman ; Bonn : FES, 2009. - Text in arabic language with english summary ISBN 978-9957-434-36-6
The Jihadi Salafist movement in Jordan after Zarquawi
identity, leadership, crisis and obscured vision Amman ; Bonn
identity, leadership, crisis and obscured vision / Mohammad Abu Rumman ; Hassan Abu Hanieh. - Amman : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Amman Office, 2009. - 202, 140 S. = 14,7 MB PDF-Files. - (Islamic politics in Jordan ; 3) Electronic ed.: Amman ; Bonn : FES, 2009. - Text in arab. and engl. language ISBN 978-9957-484-09-5
Aykhayyat, Leen; Alkuzaie, Hussein; Shawaneh, Abdullah
[Women in Zarqa Governorate
why should they be involved Amman ; Bonn
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