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Dr John Fahd Touma

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 27th February 2020. Registration No. 0540. (Vol.3).

Arms: Per fess wavy Purpure and Argent, in chief a crumbling tower wall Argent between two oak slips of three acorns eradicated Or and in base a Viking longboat proper sails Argent two pallets Vert over a barrulet wavy enhanced Purpure.

Crest: A Common Blackbird Sable beaked and legged Or holding in its beak a sextant also Or.

Motto: إيمان عزيمة اصرار.

War Cry: إلى الأمام

Assumed: Lebanon 26th February 2012.

The Arms of Dr John Fahd Touma

The arms were designed to reflect the heritage of the armiger, John, and his wife, Eleanor. The Purple and Gold colours refer to arms of the County of Wexford, Ireland, the birthplace of the armiger’s wife. The three acorns (on each of the two oak slips) refer to the couple's three daughters.

The crumbling wall refers to the historic ruins in the home towns of Wexford, Ireland and Qob Elias, Lebanon.

The Viking longboat refers to the diaspora and expeditionary spirit of the Touma family and the Viking influence on Wexford. The longboat similarly references seagoing history in Lebanon.

The green mantling refers to the Cedar of Lebanon and the Palm of Saudi Arabia, where the couple have resided for many years.

The sextant references Dr Touma's profession relating to measurements and marine studies.

The blackbird is admired for its song and is often seen at the family home in Qob Elias.

The motto, in English, is "Faith Perseverance Dedication" and the war cry, in English, is “Forward”.
 

 

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