The Arab Revolt as a Great Uprising


The Great Arab Revolt was the largest and grandest Arab effort at the national level in the Arab Mashreq in the modern era. On the one hand, it came as an embodiment of the principles of Arab nationalists who were members of secret Arab societies (the Qahtani, Al Fatat and the Covenant), and on the other hand, it had an element of plurality and consensus since it included the people of Hijaz, Iraq, Natural Syria and parts of the Arabian Peninsula.

Suleiman Al Mousa
Suleiman Mousa, Prince Zeid’s Memoires, “The War in Jordan”, Page 9