Interview: Jak se žije v Jordánsku

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[17:39:38] mohammad alrawashdeh: Jordan shares its borders with palestine, the Syrian Arab Republic, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The Dead Sea in the Northwest of Jordan is 400 metres below sea level and is the lowest point on the earth’s surface. The capital city of Amman is perched above the Dead Sea at a height of 800 metres on the plateau that extends 324 kilometres from the Syrian Arab Republic to Ras en Naqab in the south. It is well known as one of the country’s most distinctive features. By complete contrast the Red Sea is teeming with life.

The capital city of Amman is home to about one third of the population, approximately 2.5 million.

The population of Jordan is 9.1 million and the population density is 66 per square kilometre. The official language in Jordan is Arabic, although English is also widely spoken, as is French, German, Italian and Spanish in many tourist spots.

[17:42:09] Zæl: Is there war also in Jordan? Are there attacks or something like this?

[17:42:24] mohammad alrawashdeh: There are no wars, no terrorists

[17:43:12] Zæl: So it simply doesn’t happen that somebody blows himself up?

[17:43:35] Zæl: as we (at least think that we) know from other countries?

[17:43:41] mohammad alrawashdeh: now no

[17:44:33] Zæl: hm… do you have any explanation for it?

[17:45:00 | Upraveno 17:45:07] Zæl: I mean… why not there when they are in other countries nearby?

[17:47:21] mohammad alrawashdeh: Because the ISIS US and Israeli industry and is intended to tarnish the image of Islam in Europe

[17:47:42] mohammad alrawashdeh: and everyone know that

[17:48:14 | Upraveno 17:48:28] Zæl: why do you think so?

[17:48:24] mohammad alrawashdeh: ask them

[17:49:06] Zæl: well, it’s a bit complicated… and you know, the readers unfortunately won’t simply believe it just because you say it

[17:49:46] mohammad alrawashdeh: remove it

[17:50:00] Zæl: yes, that exactly what I wanted to say…

[17:50:17] Zæl: let’s let this be… I would have to write much more to explain this

[17:50:36] mohammad alrawashdeh: i can answer you but they student and can’t understand

[17:51:18] Zæl: I know… okay, let’s go for some other question (Actually I will write about this, in future, not this time…)

[17:51:34] mohammad alrawashdeh: ok

[17:52:04 | Upraveno 17:52:28] Zæl: Are there any other religions than sunni Islam in Jordan?

[17:53:07] mohammad alrawashdeh: dont right sunni

[17:53:22] mohammad alrawashdeh: because we are same

[17:53:48 | Upraveno 17:54:07] Zæl: aha, so it doesn’t matter as far as it is Islam?

[17:55:19] mohammad alrawashdeh: The religious population is made up of over 94% Muslim , There is also a significant Greek Orthodox Christian making up the remaining 6%.

[17:56:12] mohammad alrawashdeh: They are Sunni or Shi’a Muslims

[17:56:13] Zæl: What is the relation between those two religions like?

[17:56:51] mohammad alrawashdeh: which religions ?

[17:57:12] Zæl: I mean Islam and Christianity

[17:57:41] Zæl: but between sunni and shi’a is also interesting

[17:57:42] mohammad alrawashdeh: yeah

[17:58:08] mohammad alrawashdeh: forget about it sunni and shia

[17:59:25] Zæl: okay

[17:59:32] Zæl: so islam and christianity

[18:00:26] mohammad alrawashdeh: Thx

[18:03:33] mohammad alrawashdeh: If you come Jordan ,, you cant to differentiate between a Muslim and a Christian

We live with each … beautiful life without any distinction

[18:05:06] Zæl: interesting

[18:05:55] Zæl: it’s been told to us that when it is time to pray, you start to pray even on the street

[18:06:04] Zæl: is that right?

[18:06:18] Zæl: And if so, what do the christians do in the moment?

[18:07:03] mohammad alrawashdeh: no thing

[18:07:09] mohammad alrawashdeh: hahaha

[18:07:48] Zæl: I know my questions are funny for you, but we simply can’t imagine it very good, haha

[18:08:36] mohammad alrawashdeh: they go with us to the mosque .. and go with them to churches

[18:08:46] mohammad alrawashdeh: No

[18:08:51] mohammad alrawashdeh: problem

[18:09:24] mohammad alrawashdeh: Since the uprising began in Syria in 2011, millions of Syrian refugees have came to Jordan to seek safety from the ongoing civil unrest in the country .

We have almost 2 million refugees Syrian

[18:09:58] mohammad alrawashdeh: this answer the question number 4

[18:10:08 | Upraveno 18:11:20] Zæl: what does a muslim do in a church? I mean… you use it as a mosque to pray to Allah?

[18:10:35] Zæl: (yes, thanks, but firstly about religion, please, I’ll go to it right after this)

[18:10:57 | Upraveno 18:11:25] Zæl: or just go inside without praying

[18:11:10] mohammad alrawashdeh: yeah ….

[18:11:52] Zæl: you said 94 % muslims, 6 % Christians, are there any Jews?

[18:12:23] mohammad alrawashdeh: NO

[18:12:46] Zæl: ok… so the refugees..

[18:12:50] mohammad alrawashdeh: The relationship between Muslims and Christians in Jordan Ultimate from other countries

[18:13:08] mohammad alrawashdeh: nice words

[18:13:10] mohammad alrawashdeh: hahaha

[18:13:20] Zæl: you mean it is the best in the region?

[18:14:03] mohammad alrawashdeh: Love brings us together

[18:14:18] Zæl: Wonderful

[18:14:32] mohammad alrawashdeh: we are 🙂

[18:14:41] Zæl: haha, ok, nice to hear

[18:14:57] Zæl: does the state see it the same way?

[18:15:22] Zæl: I mean… I’ve already read about nice relationships between normal people of different religions

[18:15:35] Zæl: but police and judges were different

[18:16:00] Zæl: because of the government

[18:16:09] Zæl: Which wasn’t so friendly

[18:16:32] mohammad alrawashdeh: i cant undersand you

[18:17:02] Zæl: I mean… people were friendly to christians, but the government was strictly islamic and didn’t accept them

[18:17:09] Zæl: what is your government like?

[18:18:09] mohammad alrawashdeh: You should know that they have rights like Muslims

There are a lot of them in the government

[18:18:14] mohammad alrawashdeh: 😛

[18:18:20] Zæl: nice

[18:18:30] mohammad alrawashdeh: Thx

[18:19:42] Zæl: 2 millions refugees… aren’t there any problems? I mean… if Jordan har just 9 mil., then it is very much

[18:20:01] mohammad alrawashdeh: no problem

[18:20:25] mohammad alrawashdeh: we are one nation

[18:20:36] Zæl: even economy? Are there enough jobs?

[18:21:57] mohammad alrawashdeh: Dont worry abou this

[18:22:04] mohammad alrawashdeh: Support comes from the Great Powers

[18:22:11] Zæl: I read about some investions (from Eu) to your industry to make more places

[18:22:42] Zæl: Great Powers are EU and USA, or who do you mean?

[18:22:52] mohammad alrawashdeh: yeah

[18:23:23] mohammad alrawashdeh: then ?

[18:24:15] Zæl: As you said, there are many imaginations about Islam in my cultural region (so EU and USA and some other)

[18:24:47] mohammad alrawashdeh: yes

[18:24:55] Zæl: Is there some lie you know about and you’d like to say it as it is?

[18:25:41] mohammad alrawashdeh: this a bid subject

[18:25:50] mohammad alrawashdeh: big

[18:26:00] Zæl: I know… it would be very long, but just an example

[18:26:40] mohammad alrawashdeh: i will answer you .. As you like

[18:29:38] mohammad alrawashdeh: Everyone attacking Islam because its true religion

The evidence you can see the media in Europe as a talk about Islam

It is the of terrorism and killing people

[18:29:52] mohammad alrawashdeh: i know you cant post it

[18:29:56] mohammad alrawashdeh: 😛

[18:30:57] Zæl: „Everyone attacking Islam because its true religion“

[18:31:24] Zæl: What’s your view on it? I mean… do you believe that it is the only right way, or…?

[18:31:26] mohammad alrawashdeh: i told you .. its a big subject

[18:31:37] mohammad alrawashdeh: yeah

[18:31:49] Zæl: So every other way is wrong?

[18:32:09] Zæl: you don’t have to discriminate them to think that

[18:32:34] mohammad alrawashdeh: i recpect every reglions but its wrong

[18:32:35] Zæl: but I simply want to say… do you think that the christians are wrong?

[18:32:40] Zæl: interesting

[18:33:25] mohammad alrawashdeh: عليك ان تعرف المسلمون يحبون عيسى عليه الصلاه والسلام

[18:33:43] mohammad alrawashdeh: انت تفهمني ؟

[18:34:09] mohammad alrawashdeh: اخبرتك انه موضوع اخر وكبير

[18:34:47] mohammad alrawashdeh: كتبت عربي لان المشكله في لوحه المفاتيح

[18:34:52] Zæl: لم أفهم الكل، أبحث كلمات

[18:34:52] mohammad alrawashdeh: اصبر قليلا

[18:36:54] mohammad alrawashdeh: now its ok

[18:37:01] mohammad alrawashdeh: sorry for that

[18:37:53] mohammad alrawashdeh: You have to know the Muslims love Jesus

The difference between Islam and Christianity

Islam says that he is Messenger of Allah

Christian says he is God or the son of God

[18:37:58] Zæl: it’s okay, I understand

[18:38:55] mohammad alrawashdeh: Do not care for it

[18:39:03] mohammad alrawashdeh: cont ……….

[18:39:11] Zæl: how is it between men and women?

[18:39:27] Zæl: you know, we speak about the right equality

[18:39:35] mohammad alrawashdeh: like what ?

[18:39:40] Zæl: which isn’t good in some islamic countries

[18:40:05] mohammad alrawashdeh: of course

[18:40:45] Zæl: That women… to make it visible I’ll say it stronger: that women are men’s possession in some islamic countries

[18:40:50] Zæl: How is it in Jordan?

[18:41:21] mohammad alrawashdeh: hahahaha

[18:41:25] mohammad alrawashdeh: no bro

[18:41:29] Zæl: I know…

[18:41:40] mohammad alrawashdeh: Women have rights in the Jordanian society

[18:41:40] Zæl: but I don’t write this for myself, you know…

[18:42:05] Zæl: The same as men?

[18:42:12] mohammad alrawashdeh: ok

[18:42:24] Zæl: Also… are there women in police or government?

[18:42:31] mohammad alrawashdeh: yes

[18:42:42] Zæl: and also doctors, teachers, judges,…?

[18:42:51] mohammad alrawashdeh: yeah bro

[18:43:03] Zæl: nice…

[18:43:50] Zæl: is it acceptable, when a woman goes out without anything on her head?

[18:44:47] mohammad alrawashdeh: nice question

[18:44:51] mohammad alrawashdeh: hahaahahaah

[18:45:46] Zæl: haha, okay, but is it?

[18:46:13] mohammad alrawashdeh: i dont no

[18:47:08] Zæl: ok

[18:47:20] Zæl: and your opinion?

[18:48:46] mohammad alrawashdeh: :^)

[18:49:00] mohammad alrawashdeh: they should respect Teachings of Islam

[18:49:27] Zæl: Even non-muslims in your country?

[18:49:36] mohammad alrawashdeh: no

[18:49:56] Zæl: so the christian women don’t have to in Jordan

[18:50:09] Zæl: is it commen that they don’t wear it?

[18:50:14] mohammad alrawashdeh: There are Muslim women do not wear the hijab

[18:50:18] mohammad alrawashdeh: its ok

[18:50:38] mohammad alrawashdeh: u understood me

[18:50:58] mohammad alrawashdeh: Women are choosing

[18:51:06] Zæl: And how do people react, especially the older?

[18:51:14] mohammad alrawashdeh: not me or any men

[18:51:34] mohammad alrawashdeh: hahahahah

[18:52:22] mohammad alrawashdeh: the older people .. they have onther world

[18:52:32] mohammad alrawashdeh: in all country

[18:52:51] Zæl: yes, I could speak myself

[18:52:57] mohammad alrawashdeh: for people no problem

[18:53:30] Zæl: okay…

[18:53:46] Zæl: just to assure my school mates

[18:54:19] mohammad alrawashdeh: what ?

[18:54:48] Zæl: there are informations like… that father chooses man for his daughter and so on

[18:55:22] mohammad alrawashdeh: no

[18:55:38 | Upraveno 18:55:45] Zæl: I know it can’t be right when I know what you wrote before, but I want to have it written to be able to show it, thanks

[18:55:39] mohammad alrawashdeh: you can chosse you wife

[18:55:59] mohammad alrawashdeh: your

[18:56:20] mohammad alrawashdeh: :$

[18:57:10] Zæl: Yeah, I read that kissing is acceptalbe before the merriage, sex of course not… It’s so, isn’t it?

[18:57:36] mohammad alrawashdeh: no

[18:58:34] mohammad alrawashdeh: my reglion not acceptalbe that

[18:58:56] mohammad alrawashdeh: but i can kissing you now 😛

[18:59:39] Zæl: your religon doesn’t accept kissing, or sex? (I’m not sure what you were talking about)

[18:59:43] mohammad alrawashdeh: (kiss)

[19:00:18] mohammad alrawashdeh: befor the merriage

[19:00:33] mohammad alrawashdeh: not after the merrige

[19:00:37] Zæl: so even with kissing they have to wait, interesting

[19:01:04] mohammad alrawashdeh: 😛

[19:01:16] Zæl: And can they be alone with each other without being merried?

[19:01:48] mohammad alrawashdeh: like what ?

[19:02:00] mohammad alrawashdeh: gilefriend ?

[19:02:21] mohammad alrawashdeh: girlefriend ?

[19:02:27] Zæl: hmm… yes, or just friends, that doesn’t matter for me right know

[19:02:36] mohammad alrawashdeh: no

[19:03:17] Zæl: so a man and a woman can’t be together in privacy without being married, even if they just talk?

[19:03:27] mohammad alrawashdeh: your question about reglion

[19:04:01] mohammad alrawashdeh: they can of course without sex

[19:04:45] Zæl: yes, I don’t mean sex right now, that’s clear

[19:04:49] mohammad alrawashdeh: friendly

[19:04:52] mohammad alrawashdeh: ok

[19:04:58] Zæl: ok

[19:05:36] Zæl: That’s… enough about men and women, if you don’t have anything more to say

[19:05:43] mohammad alrawashdeh: (:|

[19:06:03] Zæl: Is it already too much?

[19:06:18] Zæl: I mean… we can stop it if you want…

[19:06:37] Zæl: I have a few more questions (your opinion about us) but those can wait

[19:06:54] mohammad alrawashdeh: no problem

[19:07:03] mohammad alrawashdeh: con ……..

[19:07:12] Zæl: super, thanks

[19:07:23] Zæl: So… what do you think about Europe?

[19:08:01 | Upraveno 19:08:24] Zæl: if you couldn’t answer such a… big question, I’ll be more concrete

[19:09:01] mohammad alrawashdeh: Upscale and civilized peoples

I have a lot friends from Europe

i love them

[19:09:55] Zæl: and what about our view about islam and it’s world?

[19:10:04] Zæl: you know, many of us don’t really like you

[19:10:59] mohammad alrawashdeh: hahahaha

[19:11:35] mohammad alrawashdeh: Governments differ from peoples

[19:11:39] mohammad alrawashdeh: 🙂

[19:12:05] Zæl: always… yes, that’s what I say… and this would also be long…

[19:13:25] Zæl: You know, we also have refugees from Syria, not so many, but because of the cultural differences many people (nearly everybody) sees it as a big problem… And a lot of them don’t want here anybody because they fear Islam

[19:14:03] mohammad alrawashdeh: i know that ,,, i happy to you know that

[19:14:24] mohammad alrawashdeh: i am

[19:15:26] Zæl: Do you have any… view or something to tell us? Some opinion about the refugees?

[19:16:36] mohammad alrawashdeh: May Allah protect them

[19:16:44] Zæl: hmm… yes…

[19:17:12] Zæl: you know, the problems which could appear (as I think) aren’t that they would be bad

[19:17:40] Zæl: but that they will live in isolated comunities in Europe

[19:17:58] Zæl: with nearly no possibility to get job and a normal life

[19:18:24] Zæl: so their children will be strangers here but even in the country their parents come from

[19:18:59] mohammad alrawashdeh: i know that

[19:19:02] Zæl: and that makes it dangerous, even when neither we or they want something bad

[19:19:03] mohammad alrawashdeh: dont worry

[19:19:32] Zæl: but… yes, that’s not the interview, I’d like to speak about it a bit later

[19:19:55] Zæl: so… I don’t think I have some interesting questions anymore, so…

[19:20:03] Zæl: Is there something you’d like to tell us?

[19:21:36] mohammad alrawashdeh: I wish you a happy life and beautiful

[19:22:01] Zæl: thank you…

[19:22:19] Zæl: so if it’s all, I thank you very much for your answers

[19:22:38] Zæl: you helped us to understand your world a bit more

[19:23:15] Zæl: and maybe you made your (the Arab’s) reputation a bit better, at least in my school

[19:23:54] mohammad alrawashdeh: U welcome bro

 

[19:31:44 | Upraveno 19:31:42] Zæl: Have you ever doubted about your religion?

[19:32:15] mohammad alrawashdeh: no

[19:32:34] Zæl: okay, thanks

[19:32:57] mohammad alrawashdeh: you should read the koran

[19:33:02] mohammad alrawashdeh: u welcome

[19:33:12] Zæl: I will

[19:33:18] mohammad alrawashdeh: 🙂

[19:33:43] Zæl: but don’t expect me to become a muslim, I don’t think I will

[19:34:05] Zæl: but one can’t tell, isn’t it?

[19:34:35] mohammad alrawashdeh: hahahaha

[19:34:56] mohammad alrawashdeh: this is your choose

[19:35:01] Zæl: 🙂

[19:35:18] mohammad alrawashdeh: i need you know the truth

[19:35:57] mohammad alrawashdeh: if you read the koran yoou will know everything you want

[19:36:01] mohammad alrawashdeh: THx

[19:36:07] mohammad alrawashdeh: see you bro

[19:36:24] Zæl: إلى اللقاء

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