These days, the world has become smaller with the rise of technology. Thanks to the recent technological advances, ease of access to information and people has never been easier. The internet has made it possible to explore the world and travel overseas to foreign countries. While there is a lot of good that comes out of international travel, we can’t overlook the importance of travel security.
Traveling to a foreign country can be exciting, but it can also be dangerous if the right precautions aren’t taken. This is especially true for high risk countries. Usually in such cases, the first concern that comes to most people’s minds is their safety. You may be interested in determining the safest countries in the Middle East. You may also need to learn of the different rules and regulations that you should follow when abroad. As such, travel security is essential to ensuring a smooth and risk-free business trip.
Residents of Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria have been shaken, quite literally, during the past week by a series of earthquakes and aftershocks beginning in Jordan on Wednesday, July 4, and most recently experienced in Israel on Monday, July 9. Seismic activities are not abnormal for the area, occurring primarily in the Great Rift Valley, which extends from northern Syria to Mozambique. The area lies on the Dead Sea Transform fault system, a boundary that separates two major plate systems.
The largest anti-government protests in five years erupted in Jordan on May 30, 2018, the start of a multi-day demonstration opposing International Monetary Fund (IMF)-backed tax reform that appears to be aimed at raising additional tax revenues.
RedCrow Reviews the Timeline of Incidents & Path Toward Tribal War Settlement
Tribal law seems to be taking over civil law in Jordan, as the country witnesses what could be described as tribal war in the district of Madaba. The initial cause: a May 7, 2018, dispute between the country’s two major clans, the Shawabka and the Bani Sakhr. Beginning as a relational dispute between a Royal Guard and a married woman, the situation quickly escalated into large-scale rioting, roadblocks and shooting incidents, many of which have been broadcast on social media.