Samir Rifai


Thousands Protest Over Economy in Jordan

Jordan witnessed thousands of demonstrators spurred on by the popular uprising in Tunisia, urging the government to step down.

MB offshoot in Jordan engages in sit in protesting to living standards

Jordanians engaged in a mass sit in where more than 3,000 Jordanian trade unionists, Islamists and leftists sat outside parliament protesting against the government's economic policies.

Jordan’s Parliamentary Elections and the Islamist Boycott

Despite efforts by Jordanian Prime Minister Samir Rifai to dissuade the Muslim Brotherhood from its decision to boycott the November 9 parliamentary elections, the Brotherhood has held its ground, with

Right under the Dome

Prime Minister Samir Rifai’s agenda this week has been full of meetings with representatives of political parties and media organisations to discuss issues of concern to Jordanians.

Jordan: MB political arm remains committed to boycotting elections

The Jordanian government’s recent proposal to the Muslim Brotherhood offshoot in Jordan has apparently failed in its bid to convince the group to participate in the country’s upcoming parliamentary elections.

Jordan’s PM urges MB offshoot to reverse decision to boycott Fall polls

Jordan's Prime Minister Samir Rifai called on the Muslim Brotherhood offshoot, the Islamic Action Front (IAF) in Jordan to reverse its decision to boycott the upcoming parliamentary elections.