“Flag Parade” and the Arab Revolt of 1916 – ITEL Radio – 6.11.16
Inside the Eye – Live! for Saturday, June 11, 2016, returned to Amman, Jordan. First up was a discussion of the “The Arab Revolt of 1916” and Jordan’s “Flag Parade” which was held on June 10th to commemorate the event. Hour two included a long segment with caller “Mike” in South Carolina which discussed, among many items, the total lack of accountability and trust of Jewish “businessmen” who ply their trade and wares amongst “goys”. Hour 3 continues with more listener participation, while the show ended on a brief rant about Jewish hypocrisy and calls for violence against Donald Trump supporters.
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“Flag Parade” and the Arab Revolt of 1916
AMMAN — His Majesty King Abdullah, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army (JAF), on Thursday attended the “Flag Parade” organised by JAF at Al Rayah parade ground in the Royal Hashemite Court.
The parade, which was the culmination of the Kingdom’s celebrations of the Great Arab Revolt centennial and the Arab Awakening anniversary, was held in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Rania, HRH Crown Prince Hussein, Royal Family members, senior officials and officers, and 5,000 guests.
Also among the audience were families of some of those who participated in the Great Arab Revolt and families of JAF martyrs, a Royal Court statement said.
Around 1,000 troops participated in the celebration, which also came on the anniversary of the passing away of Sharif Hussein Bin Ali, the leader of the Great Arab Revolt.
The parade began with a march setting off from the JAF Musical Band command by a division of horse and camel cavalries, crossing some 3km through Al Aqsa Street in Amman, which leads to the newly built Al Rayah parade ground, accompanied by infantry units and a JAF Band.
His Majesty drove in the Royal Red Motorcade through the same march route, which was lined with cheering crowds of Jordanian men and women, the statement said.
Arriving to the parade ground, flanked by cavalry units, King Abdullah reached the Royal dais. On a nearby hill, an artillery unit fired a 42-gun salute in honour of the King and the Great Arab Revolt centennial.
Source – Jordan Times – read more here