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The name "Ghassan" comes from the first Ghassanid State founded in 220 CE by HM King Jaffna Ibn Amir and comprehended parts of modern-day Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia. Since the fall of the first State in 638 CE, The Ghassanid Dynasty has ruled several other realms like the Byzantine Empire, the Rasulid Sultanate in modern-day Yemen, and the Principalities of Al-Aqoura and Zgharta-Zawye in modern-day Lebanon from 1211-1747 CE by the Christian branch of the family; and the Principality of Jabal Shammar (a transliteration of the surname Chemor) or Hail in modern-day Saudi Arabia until 1921 CE by the Muslim branch.
The Ghassanids are currently estimated in around 15 million people whithersoever dispersed around the world. Although originally from the Middle East, the vast majority of the Ghassanids live in South and North America victims of the ongoing exodus since the 19th century. Even being a minority in the Arab countries, the Ghassanid presence is still very strong and evident.
The Sovereign Imperial & Royal House of Ghassan is the dynastic, historical, legal, and cultural representative of the Royal Ghassanids and the Ghassanid people. Since no longer ruling, the Royal House presently is an international, non-profit, apolitical, secular, cultural/educational, and a charitable "umbrella organization" recognized and accredited by the United Nations and the Government of the Lebanese Republic, being responsible for several affiliated organizations, fraternities, and initiatives, with the specific purposes of the promotion of the historical and Cultural Arab heritage, especially but not limited to the Ghassanid people, the notorious Ghassanid's ideals such as the broad cultural incentive, women's equality, democracy, the promotion charity, and the chivalric ideals. Also, the promotion and application of the principles of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Royal House is a non-profit recognized by the United States Government as a tax-deductible charity under section 503 (c) 3 of the IRS - Internal Revenue Service. More about the Royal House of Ghassan HERE