United Empire of Islam RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Great Absolute Monarchy of Ice cold (elected 45 days ago)

Founder: The Caliphate of Greater Islamic empire of Pakistan

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Welcome to the United Empire of Islam!
Est. 8th June, 2012 CE/18th Rajab, 1433 AH
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Embassies: Hellenic Civilization, North Africa, World Alliance, Central Pacific Empire, State of Palestine, United States, The INTernational Waters, the Greater German Reich, Alliance Of Armed Nations, New Warsaw Pact, New Coalition of Nations, Minecraftia, The Graveyard, Right to Life, One big Island, The Nation of Nations and Friends, and 76 others.The Alliance of Dictators, New Europe, New Republica, The Commonwealth Of Furry Peoples, Federation of Free States, Asia, The Commonwealth of Kings, Celtic warrior, Sunalaya, ISI, Medina, Mecca, Black Mesa Islands, International Western Union, Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Callington, Nationalist Commonwealth of Free Regions, Puppet Park, Repubblica Italiana, The Alliance of Grittonia, Eastern Roman Empire, Laissez Faireholm, Republic of Turkmenistan, Most Serene Republic of San Marino, Futaba Aoi, Principality of Andorra, Unitarian Union, The Republic of Rose Island, Nakhitchevan Autonomous Republic, Eladen, British Caribbean Sea, BLITZKRIEG, Republic of Azerbaijan, Union of Free States, Philippines, The ProcrastiNations, Astyria, Federation of Europe, Greece for Greeks, The Republic Of Iraq, NationStates Sesquipedalian Countries, The Darwin Allied Republics, The United League of Empires, Commonwealth of Liberty, India, League of Christian Nations, Old World Union, United Dictatorships, The inukastani desert territories, Blahbania, Empire of Andrew, Asiana, The Federation of Dethklok 1000, The Grand Empire, Panessos, The Revolutionary Council, Emirates of Futurnia, United Federation of Nations, United Nations of Earth, The Illuminati, Fusionism, United Abrahamic Nations, Continent of Xenonia, The Empty Quarter, Brannack, The Second Republic Alliance, Island of Union, Eurabia, The Royal Alliance, NS Intelligence Agency, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, The New Roman Kingdom, New Coalition of Catholic States, Coalition of Catholic States, International Workers Union, and The Kingdom of Judah.

Tags: Democratic, National Sovereigntist, Medium, Defender, Regional Government, Religious, and Serious.

Regional Power: Moderate

United Empire of Islam contains 41 nations, the 282nd most in the world.

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#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Islamic Republic of RehbranCapitalizt“Courage: the surmounting of fear but never its absence.”
2.The United Democratic Republic of KawtherNew York Times Democracy“Allah Rabi, Mohammed Nabiyi, Ali Imami, Kawther Mawtani”
3.The Islamic Sultanate of JohorWA MemberFather Knows Best State“فَإِنَّ حِزْبَ ٱللَّهِ هُمُ ٱلْغَٰلِبُونَ ”
4.The Sultanate of Bourbon Colonial MorroccoCorporate Police State“طن، الملك Allāh, al-Waṭan, al-Malik”
5.The Dominion of The Great East Asian SunFather Knows Best State“كن صامتا في بعض الأحيان، ولكن لا تخرس أبدا.”
6.The United Federation of FraeryaWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“United, Faith, Equality, Liberty, Neutrality”
7.The Republic of LandakDemocratic Socialists“Spirituality, Equity, and Freedom”
8.The Great Absolute Monarchy of Ice coldWA MemberCorporate Bordello“The last remains of frozen Golden city ”
9.The United Republic of Kesmet HungaryFather Knows Best State“Our Country, Our Strength, Our History”
10.The IPPAC Chairman's Ambassador of IslamistaanInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Live to Lead”
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The Sultanate of Al Meajilia wrote:I think both ideologies to the extreme are wrong. An extreme form of Capitalism means no welfare which is bad and extreme Communism means no owning property, goods, etc. which is bad. An ideology incompatible with Islam should not have all it's aspects followed by Muslims, a huge percentage of communism is incompatible to Islam due to what you said "dictatorship over the proletariate" as well as being anti-religion and having monopoly over everything. Islam unlike other religions actually has laws in place and a proper order to issue rulings as well as it's own economic jurisprudence as long as what we do does not conflict with the boundaries of Islam it should be fine.


You wouldn't need welfare if you had charity. This is where Zakat comes into make a big difference. An extreme version of capitalism would essentially mean people freely interacting with each other as well as buying and selling of goods and products without being coerced by a third party. If you are being coerced by the government to give up the fruits of your labour through taxation to a monopoly (government) so they can distribute how they see fit; that isn't charity. I would say that is extortion. Granted, there are some things that would conflict within a capitalist framework i.e certain things being banned like alcohol, prostitution and drugs.

I will give you an idea of extremist capitalism. I decide to sell bread. You want to buy my bread. So we negotiate a deal that suits us to the point that satisfies both of us.

The Emirate Commonwealth of Songhai-Maghreb wrote:You wouldn't need welfare if you had charity. This is where Zakat comes into make a big difference. An extreme version of capitalism would essentially mean people freely interacting with each other as well as buying and selling of goods and products without being coerced by a third party. If you are being coerced by the government to give up the fruits of your labour through taxation to a monopoly (government) so they can distribute how they see fit; that isn't charity. I would say that is extortion. Granted, there are some things that would conflict within a capitalist framework i.e certain things being banned like alcohol, prostitution and drugs.

I will give you an idea of extremist capitalism. I decide to sell bread. You want to buy my bread. So we negotiate a deal that suits us to the point that satisfies both of us.


I'm talking about free healthcare, education, right to affordable shelter etc.

Is my flag better like this?

The United Democratic Republic of Kawther wrote:Hardanistan somehow went through the blockade by Godmodding then attack your nations friendly guests

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The Sultanate of Al Meajilia wrote:I'm talking about free healthcare, education, right to affordable shelter etc.


Most shelters are provided by charities. And there is no such thing as "Free healthcare". In Canada as well as other places, someone has to pay the doctors, nurses, etc and pay the hospital costs. It is covered by taxes, lottery revenues, philanthropy, out-of-country payments, and provincial medical service plans, and to a lesser extent, by payments from workers compensation systems and insurance carriers (i.e. insurance companies pay the medical system directly when they accept a claim for injuries). The average person pays a relatively small monthly premium in most provinces to cover health care costs (known as the provincial medical services plan). The basic premise is that no Canadian is without access to health care, but it is becoming a multi-tiered system, with people who can afford to pay more jumping the queue for non-emergency procedures like heart valves or knee replacements.

And essentially I would rather allow competing private sectors handle health care as they are the ones who innovate and compete to gain peoples business, thus lowering costs.

The Emirate Commonwealth of Songhai-Maghreb wrote:Most shelters are provided by charities. And there is no such thing as "Free healthcare". In Canada as well as other places, someone has to pay the doctors, nurses, etc and pay the hospital costs. It is covered by taxes, lottery revenues, philanthropy, out-of-country payments, and provincial medical service plans, and to a lesser extent, by payments from workers compensation systems and insurance carriers (i.e. insurance companies pay the medical system directly when they accept a claim for injuries). The average person pays a relatively small monthly premium in most provinces to cover health care costs (known as the provincial medical services plan). The basic premise is that no Canadian is without access to health care, but it is becoming a multi-tiered system, with people who can afford to pay more jumping the queue for non-emergency procedures like heart valves or knee replacements.

And essentially I would rather allow competing private sectors handle health care as they are the ones who innovate and compete to gain peoples business, thus lowering costs.

Brunei have free healthcare

Nothing is ever free. If it's ran by the government and I am assuming it is then that means that it's subsidized and funded by the government who has access to tax revenue and wealth.

For anything and everything, there is a cost, and someone, somewhere bears it. Sometimes, something may seem to be free, but in the long run, that thing will extract its "cost" from you in some way. Now, this "cost" may be in one form or the other - in cash or in kind.

The Emirate Commonwealth of Songhai-Maghreb wrote:Most shelters are provided by charities. And there is no such thing as "Free healthcare". In Canada as well as other places, someone has to pay the doctors, nurses, etc and pay the hospital costs. It is covered by taxes, lottery revenues, philanthropy, out-of-country payments, and provincial medical service plans, and to a lesser extent, by payments from workers compensation systems and insurance carriers (i.e. insurance companies pay the medical system directly when they accept a claim for injuries). The average person pays a relatively small monthly premium in most provinces to cover health care costs (known as the provincial medical services plan). The basic premise is that no Canadian is without access to health care, but it is becoming a multi-tiered system, with people who can afford to pay more jumping the queue for non-emergency procedures like heart valves or knee replacements.

And essentially I would rather allow competing private sectors handle health care as they are the ones who innovate and compete to gain peoples business, thus lowering costs.


That's what I meant. I believe both government hospitals and private hospitals should be available. Many times people can't afford private healthcare it becomes too expensive for them.

Me and MY mum and sister's have Alliianz Egypt and petty good coverage insurance company private healthcare.They % are good, for Doctors visits. I had got Bupa Egypt private health insurance for my self when working at the bookstore few years back.there oka Bupa , group % rates are high Bupa give me a international studies insurance loan. When I went too The university of Howard, in the state's. Before moving back to Africa,

Salaam everyone been busy/:(

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