Trans-Jordan


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Trans-Jordan

n
(Placename) the former name (1922–49) of Jordan1
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Lawrence (better known as Lawrence of Arabia), for a national Arab homeland in 'Greater Syria' that comprised Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Trans-Jordan, in exchange for supporting the British against the Ottoman Empire.
Most of the Jewish community was horrified at the deed, and the Jewish Agency sent a telegram of apology to King Abdullah of Trans-Jordan.
14:33-57) only took effect once the Israelites conquered the land of Israel proper, not when they had conquered "the land of Ammon and Moab" in Trans-Jordan.
The Northern Utah Environmental Resource Agency (nuera) Is An Interlocal Entity Jointly Created By (a) Weber County ( weber ), (b) The City Of Logan ( logan ), (c) Wasatch Integrated Waste Management District ( wasatch ), (d) North Pointe Solid Waste Special Service District ( north Pointe ), (e) Trans-jordan Cities, ( trans-jordan ), And (f) South Utah Valley Solid Waste District ( south Valley ).
Thus the British created Iraq and Trans-Jordan as consolation prizes for two Hashemite princes who had fought with Colonel T.
Shortly, Iraq, Aden/ Yemen, and eventually Trans-Jordan were so controlled.
The Trans-Jordan Landfill in South Jordan captures methane gas and uses it as fuel to generate electricity.
Still, the transition was not smooth, as London ignored the Iraqi people's will and, soon after the newly founded League of Nations awarded Britain the mandates over Trans-Jordan, Palestine and Iraq, decided to re-draw the map.
The British got the Hashemites also to rule over Trans-Jordan and tried but failed to have a Hashemite king for Syria.
Bank between the mountain of Palestine and the trans-Jordan plateau.
That homeland is Trans-Jordan, or Eastern Palestine .
Delegations of Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Trans-Jordan passed what they called "Alexandria Protocol" providing the basis for the creation of the "Arab League" in October 1944; Saudi Arabia joined the protocol in January 1945; and the League pact was signed in March 1945.