Jun. 1, 2016
But he just announced that he will be performing in Amman, Jordan in August, and no one is saying a word.
Even though Jordan has been blocking most Gazans from entering its territory since last year.
Like visible ghosts, after five decades of living and giving birth in Jordan, their families are not recognized. They cannot work, receive government benefits, have full access to education, own a car, nor travel freely. Unemployment tops at 50 percent, school dropout rates are high and life expectancy is much lower than regional averages.