Jordan's protests run deep
The civil unrest roiling through the Arab world is lapping at Jordan's historic City of Seven Hills.
Jordan, a state full of refugees from the Arab-Israeli conflict, is also being punished by its neighbours for supporting Iraq during the Gulf War 21 years ago.
That frames the life of one of the protestors now rising up against the rule of King Abdullah II. Irish journalist Don Duncan puts a human face on the unrest in the kingdom.
It was part of his report on the March 31 Dispatches
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