Three stations active in Jordan, I found them! Sent locations to supercharger.info for map update.
(BAD TRANSLATION) Manaseer Group 16 September Manaseer oils and hydrocarbons in collaboration with the Royal Court opens units fast shipping vehicles electric Tesla from the Royal vision of the need to go to the use of alternative energy sources and in line with the Manaseer environmental group policy and community responsibility and cooperation with the Royal Hashemite Court Amer, have successfully completed the installation and operation of three units Fast Shipping vehicles electric Tesla successfully in a series Manaseer company for oils and gas stations (one of the group companies), located in each of the Naemeh - Irbid, Qatraneh (Desert Road) and Aqaba (opposite the King Hussein International Airport), where the company has to provide and create the infrastructure and the source of the right energy units shipping. This works Manaseer company for oils and fuels currently on the promotion of green infrastructure for electric vehicles in the Kingdom through the installation of ten additional units fast shipping service electric vehicles of various types and expected to be completed by the end of November of this
Irbid (32.5442039,35.8562229) http://www.mgc-gas.com/portfolio-posts/hello-mohammed/
Qatraneh (31.2754973,36.0536046) http://www.mgc-gas.com/portfolio-posts/qatraneh-service-station-al-karak/
Aqaba (29.5996525,35.0272666) http://www.mgc-gas.com/portfolio-posts/airport-service-station-aqaba/
I clicked on the Aqaba link at work and Kasperski alerted me the page is infected with a trojan horse virus. You seem to have good intentions so I'm not blaming you personally, just FYI to everyone. Thank goodness I didn't click on that at home, my Norton subscription ran out. The Facebook page seems legit though.
Considering there must be very few Teslas in Jordan, so could these have been funded by some rich dudes who really want to drive their Teslas around the country?
I expect Tesla to start up in Israel at some point, but other than that country, Turkey, and Jordan I find it hard to believe that Tesla will move into any other Middle East country.
On top of that, if they did build SuC to other Middle Eastern countries you could theoretically drive from Jordan to Norway for free. Which sounds amazing but I doubt a lot of people would do it.