|Great Caliphate of Persia
الخلافة الفارسي كبيرة
|Anthem: My Ummah has appeared
|Government||Theocratic Democracy under Constitutional Parliamentary Monarchy|
The Great Persian Caliphate, also known as the Islamic Empire, is a sovereign nation in the Middle East and Asia Minor.
Formation & Faisal's Rule
The caliphate was formed in 1931 by a union of Middle Eastern nations under the direction of Iran. Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud was the chosen as the first Caliph of the GCP. In 1937, the caliphate attacks the Jordan, Azerbaijani, and Georgian Provinces of the Russian Empire which led to a three year war resulting in the defeat of the caliphate with Al Saud. The caliphate continued pressuring the Russian Empire for those areas as they considered those provinces "the Holy Lands" and also aimed to take Chechnya. By the 1950s, the caliphate had a new enemy, the Indian Empire, who they fought unsuccessfully for control of Khorsan. Faisal was killed by a unexpected heart attack.
Samad EraIn 1971, the people's discontent of Faisal death with some saying he was murdered. Abdul Basit Abdul Samad was installed as the new Caliph. Despite the hope for change, Samad continued the bitter relations with the Russian Empire and eventually got the country kicked out of the Global Cooperation Federation. The Empire of Japan, Empire of India, and the North African Union watched the foreign policies of the IEP very closely. Tensions between the Russian Empire and Samad's Caliphate escalated quickly and without warning with the Caliphate sponsoring terrorist uprising in the Caucusus. In the 1978, the tensions erupted into the War of the Caucusus, which ended in a military stalemate and the death of Samad from a unknown illness .
Al Khattab Era
After the ending of the Caucasus War in 1982, Ibn Al Khattab was installed as the new Caliph still sending aid and arms to the uprising in khosan and Caucusus . He began major reforms in the foreign policy and domestic policy and said that "In the Islamic world, all people are equal, regardless of age, sex, religious views, political views" In 1984, The people should be free to choose what they want to do, as claimed by Al Khattab. Foreign culture was warmly welcomed by the newly reformed caliphate and the country began to develop in a positive manner. In 1987, many countries had established embassies and political and diplomatic relations with the caliphate. It was accepted back into the GCF. By the 1990s Russian-Persian relations had greatly improved and the Caliphate was booming. In 2002, a Russian national who was still bitter about the grievances poisoned Al Khattab and was subsequently arrested by Persian authorities and deported to Russia, where he was treated as a traitor and sentenced to death by electric chair in 2009.
After the assassination of Al Khattab, Khaled Al-Hakim took to the throne and further pushed For Khorsan and The Holy Lands . He further improved relations with the Russian Empire and called for a cultural exchange between the two nations. In 2010, the first Russian school in the country opened with a debut enrollment of 50,000 students. Giving out a speech,"Today, we rise again as one nation, Collusion breeds slavery! And we shall not be enslaved! The time has come to show our true strength. They underestimate our resolve. Let us show that we do not fear them. As one people, we shall free our brethren from the yoke of foreign oppression! Our armies are strong, and our cause is just. As I speak, our armies are nearing their objectives, by which our noble crusade has begun. Just as they lay waste to our country, we shall lay waste to theirs."