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Jordanian nationalism

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Symbols of Jordanian nationalism: Field marshal Habis Al-Majali and former Prime Minister Wasfi Al-Tal at the Amman International Stadium in 1967.
Symbols of Jordanian nationalism: Field marshal Habis Al-Majali and former Prime Minister Wasfi Al-Tal at the Amman International Stadium in 1967.

Jordanian nationalism is a nationalistic ideology that considers the Jordanian people a part of a wider Arab Nation. It first emerged in 1920, when Muslim, Christian and Circassian tribes supported Emir Abdullah I in establishing the Emirate of Transjordan, later supporting its independence from British administration in 1946.[1]

References

  1. ^ "'Jordan first' or the birth of Jordanian nationalism". Retrieved 2015-08-24.
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