BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Oct. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Perhaps the most extraordinary secret of the Middle East was the long-reigning mighty Christian dynasty of the Ghassanid Sovereigns. For nearly 2,000 years until very recently, this bloodline ruled over the largest territory longer than any other Arab Dynasty. Founded in 220 CE by HM King Jaffna Ibn Amir the empire sprawled across parts of modern-day Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia. Their rule flourished from 220 CE until the mid-18th century (Christian branch), and 1921 CE (Muslim branch). Even more remarkable was the Ghassanids' noble legacy of chivalric ideals, cultural acceptance, women's equality, democracy, and charity. It can be said that the foundations of chivalry were laid by these people, known as The Christian Kings of the Middle East, documented as the very first protectors of the Holy Land almost five centuries before the first Crusades, and the creation of the primordial orders of chivalry. Continually fighting for survival and religious tolerance, the Ghassanids survived multiple Muslim empires but, since WWI, were forced into exile by the Ottoman Empire. They moved to the Americas, North and South changing their surnames to avoid further persecution.