I never imagined that I would be sending food dispatches from the city of seven hills, this quiet town of sand-colored buildings and salty seas. But that, my friends, is what we food-treasure hunters, gatherers of gourmet gems, call a challenge.
What makes this story remarkable is not the fact that Vivian Salameh sued her employer. It is the fact that a Christian Jordanian vocally criticized an issue that is related to the country's major religion: Islam.
The fifth Parliamentary elections will be held in Jordan this November. It is difficult to see signs of true reform in this year's elections and I hope that Jordanians will look beyond the banners that dress the city.