Middle East RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Emirate of Arabian Kingdoms (elected )

Founder: The Caliphate of Paradise

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Welcome to the Middle East, birthplace of all the monotheistic faiths and of historically famous civilizations.

The Middle East is part of a broader inter-regional roleplaying system also integrating the following regions :

- African Continent;
- American Continent;
- Asian Continent;
- European Continent.

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Please refer directly to the WA delegate for all World Assembly matters.

Embassies: African Continent, Africa, and NationStates World Regions.

Tags: Featured, Role Player, Map, Independent, Large, Isolationist, Offsite Forums, Neutral, and Modern Tech.

Regional Power: Moderate

Middle East contains 60 nations, the 213th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Stationary in Middle East

Long-term World Census surveillance revealed which nations have been resident in their current region for the longest time.

As a region, Middle East is ranked 10,227th in the world for Most Stationary.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of FrennierstanDemocratic Socialists“I've got a Golden Ticket”
2.The Republic of YemenAnarchy“Do not sigh, for your enemy will hear and rejoice.”
3.The Dictatorship of AbrahamadeenCorporate Police State“Abrahamadeen!”
4.The Caliphate of ParadiseCorporate Police State“There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his Prophet”
5.The Armed Republic of SayeliaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Long live the mercenary life”
6.The Armed Republic of KyroistanIron Fist Consumerists“Progress over pleasure”
7.The Federation of Al-AsiriFather Knows Best State“درع و الثروة للشعب”
8.The Royal City-State of AlexanderhavenIron Fist Consumerists“Long Live the Great Kingdom of Casinia”
9.The Empire of Afsharid PersiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Long Live Persia! | !زنده باد ایران”
10.The Kingdom of MantukaCorporate Police State“لَا إِلٰهَ إِلَّا الله مُحَمَّدٌ رَسُولُ الله”

Regional Happenings


Middle East Regional Message Board

Post self-deleted by Afsharid Persia.

Persia News Agency - Bandar Abbas. Nader Shah officially declares support for the new government of The Republic of Deir ez-Zor, sends troops and humanitarian aid to the nation amid Persian Gulf naval exercises.

The new emerging government of Deir ez-Zor has officially supported the Middle East Triple Alliance and sought for help with the remnants of the past regime. Although the new government has been established, and the war is mostly over, Pro-Salah fighters are still fighting for control over certain parts of the nations. They and the previous regime are rumored to have been supported by the President of The United Arab Republic of Abu Arabia, Za'im Hussein. The Captain of the Afsharid Persian navy, Captain Bahador Koroushi, has declared Afsharid Persia's support for the newly established government of Deir ez-Zor and has sent troops by order of the Shah, to assist with the wiping out of the Pro-Salah forces.

"One by one, the power of Za'im Hussein shall be cut from the region. Soon, the only thing left will be to root out the source of the cancer itself." said the Captain after a series of Naval exercises. "President Salah of Deir ez-Zor was an oppressive dictator, supported by none other then Za'im Hussein. However, with the help of God, the people of Deir ez-Zor have stood up and driven out the dictator. We stand by these people, who have thrown off the shackles of oppression, and will do anything we can to aid them in the establishing of their new government. We have ordered a number of our own troops to be sent to the country to assist with the wiping out of the rebels. We have also sent a number of Generals to train the newly formed army of Deir ez-Zor, and have sent humanitarian aid to civilians as well. President Za'im Hussein should learn from this. His ally has fallen, and if he doesn't change his ways, he will be next. And it will not come by any foreign force, but by the will of his people!"

After his speech to the media, we were able to get a personal one on one interview with him. The Captain gave response to news from the Abu Arabian media.

"Yes, it's good that President Hussein is realizing who is enemies are. But it would also be wise if he were to realize who his allies are. President Salah seemed to be the closest thing he had to an ally, and well, we can see what happened to him. He wouldn't dare sink any of our ships. The Persian Gulf is dominated by our forces and those of our allies the Arabian Kingdoms. The Kahokian has also recently arrived."

Naval exercises will continue between the members of the Middle East Triple Alliance, now with the presence of the Kahokian Navy as well.

Saturday, October 22, 2016 - Bandar Abbas

The Federal Republic of Baksharshahats wrote:I guess then the whole war between Baksharshahats and Kurdistan was literally pointless.

(I wouldn't say 'pointless', I honestly thought it was fun (as fun as RP war and genocide can be :)). Seeing as The Republic of Deir ez-Zor currently occupies the lands you desire, maybe its best if you talk with him via messaging, see if you guys can work something out regarding new borders on Persia's map.

Btw, Afsharid Persia, the map looks great! As Abu Arabia said, definitely should be on the regional/world fact book. We certainly appreciate your time and effort in making it.)

Abu Arabia, Afsharid Persia, and Natuna Raya

This freakin Deir ez Zor...

The Federal Republic of Baksharshahats wrote:This freakin Deir ez Zor...

Que haces?

(Let's get back to RP guys, chill)

The Republic of Deir ez-Zor wrote:Que haces?

Tu tierra me pertenece.

The Federal Republic of Baksharshahats wrote:Tu tierra me pertenece.

(No, his land doesn't belong to you lol. I made it so your nation has the borders you wanted, and he can have what he wants too.)

Abu Arabia and Greater-Kurdistan

Post self-deleted by Baksharshahats.

The Empire of Afsharid Persia wrote:(Thanks man, really appreciate it! The map is more complete now than when I made that post. You can view the latest version in my factbook titled "Afsharid Persia and its Neighboring Countries").

(You're welcome! The map is superb. Maybe the next step is to add capitals and other major cities of countries? Thanks again for doing the map and all the details with it.)

Afsharid Persia and Greater-Kurdistan

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