A camel race has become an obsession for Israel and Egypt over the last three years.
But what started as a camel-racing race on the outskirts of the Egyptian city of Amman has turned into a global phenomenon, drawing in spectators from across the globe and generating millions of dollars in revenue for the two countries.
The race is known as the Kamalahat and its owners are known as Kamalis.
The events have attracted thousands of spectators from all over the world, including hundreds of thousands of Americans, according to a report from the Jerusalem Post.
The Amman race attracted an estimated 1.4 million spectators, according the report.
The Kamaliahat attracts crowds of around 200,000 people.
The Israeli Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said it is also working with other countries to provide more camels to the race.
A photo posted by Kavitha Chaitanya (@kavithachaitanya) on Oct 17, 2017 at 9:59am PDTThe race takes place on a two-kilometer (1.6-mile) stretch of the Nile River between Amman and Alexandria, a region in southern Egypt that has been under military control since 1956.
It has been staged annually since 1982.
It is an event that has attracted hundreds of foreign and Israeli tourists from around the world.
A photo posted on Facebook by a British man, who had traveled from London, England, to participate in the race, showed the race’s epicenter near the Egyptian border.
The photo was taken on Oct. 17, 2016.
It was posted on Twitter by the British man who traveled to Amman to participate.
Kamalis are not the only ones bringing camels into the race in Amman.
An online campaign is underway to raise funds to provide camels and other equipment for the event, the Jerusalem Times reported.
The event attracts thousands of participants from around Asia, Africa, Europe and the United States.
It was held in September in the Israeli city of Eilat.
The organizers of the race have not responded to the Times’ request for comment.
The race has attracted a worldwide audience, but it has been especially popular with Israelis.
The event is especially popular during the Jewish Passover, which takes place each year from October to December.
Israelis are the main draw of the event and, according.
Many Israelis who participated in the event had family members who are Egyptians.
Some were also visiting from the United Kingdom and other European countries.
Israel has also hosted events similar to the Kamals, including one that was held on October 8, 2016 in the Egyptian capital Cairo.
The annual event attracted an attendance of almost 2,000 spectators.
The United Arab Emirates, which has a population of just over 40 million, has hosted similar events in the past, including the one held in February in Dubai, according a report by the Emirates News Agency.
It also hosted a camel racing race in February, according an Emirates News Service report.
Amman, the capital of Jordan, is known for its historical and cultural attractions, including a large number of historical sites that are often referred to as the “City of the Dead.”
Many of those sites are on the banks of the Euphrates River.
In recent years, the region has been a hot spot for foreign tourists, who have also made Amman their home.
Egypt has long hosted the Olympics and the World Cup and hosted the World Athletics Championships in 2017.
In 2018, it hosted the Pan Am Games and the FIFA World Cup, which is a world championship for athletes from around 60 countries.
There are many foreign tourists and expatriates who visit Egypt to take part in these events, which are held in the capital city.
The country has also been a major economic base for Israel.
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