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With the backing of the British, who pledged their support for a unified kingdom of Arab lands in the Middle East, Jordans for sale, Husayn initiated the Arab revolt in 1916, and, by 1918, Faysal's forces had liberated Damascus from Ottoman rule. By the end of World War I, Arab forces controlled all of modem Jordan, most of the Arabian peninsula, and the greater part of southern Syria. http://www.newjordanstrade.com
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