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Jordan Mothers Hope for Full Citizenship Rights

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

"I feel that I am a citizen with a quarantined identity. I cannot pass it on to anyone," says a woman married to a man who is not Jordanian. The government's late-December reform disappointed her and other activists.

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