raising awareness of the true significance of the Great Arab Revolt's inception, which helped to the formation and renaissance of the country and is regarded as a revolution of freedom and dignity for Arabs. On June 2, 1916, Sharif Al-Hussein bin Ali fired the first shot of the Great Arab Revolt against injustice and tyranny in the name of freedom, independence, and Arab dignity.
Monitoring and recording research on the Great Arab Revolt and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan's past.
Interacting with the youth market through cultural and social events that advance the goals of the Jordanian government.
Put into practice the pioneering Hashemite leadership's directives and visions, which are geared toward realizing the idea of patriotic and purposeful dialogue.
Dealing with national problems and implementing the royal high initiatives for the growth and rejuvenation of the Jordanian state.
Planning national awareness campaigns and streamlining program implementation in the travel sector in response to the Great Arab Revolution.
Celebrating national occasions, hosting seminars, and keeping up with Jordanian events for the sake of this nation.
Holding seminars and talks to explore changes in the Jordanian market.
The discussion of royal initiatives and discussion papers.
Enlisting Jordanian history experts to present seminars on the Great Arab Revolt.
supervised by student: Fadi Bany Salameh