Royal House of Ghassan provides more historical documents regarding the family’s titles

The Royal House of Ghassan, through its international board and royal family member, HRH Prince Sheikh Antoine Magid El Chemor, provided for public records, the personal official passport of the late HRH Prince Sheikh Nassif Magid El Chemor (*1945+2017). The recent Passport number 184320 proves that the Lebanese Republic kept recognizing the titles of the El Chemor family even over two centuries after the last dethronement in the 18th century. That’s also a capital proof that the family members that stayed in Lebanon have never relinquished the sovereign claims since the fall of the first Ghassanid State in 636 CE. Several family members risked their lives keeping the last name El Chemor and the titles regardless of the persecution from the Ottoman Empire legally preserving the sovereign claim of the family according to the standards of international law.

More documents HERE

Learn more about the family’s Royal titles HERE

Learn more about the title Sheikh HERE

More about the sovereign rights of the El Chemor family according to international law HERE

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