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New EraOctober 26: Yemen asks the Iraqi-Jordanian Federation to change their flag as their flags are now identical. President Omar and King Hussein I both agree to change the flag and rotate the flag 90 degrees to the right.
October 27: The new flag is officially adopted.
October 28: The last military units exchange their old flag for their new one.
October 30: Iraqi-Jordanian troops conduct their first exersize
October 31: President Omar is once again accused of being drunk but, the Senate launches an investigation.
November 3: The Senate determines that he was not drunk and finds out that it was the same woman every time that accused him of being drunk. She is arrested is sentenced to 17 years of hard labor.
November 19: The first Iraqi-Jordanian ship is launched called the IJFS Allah Akbar, it is a cruiser with 22 inch guns. The Iraqi Disarmament Program begins and begins taking apart Iraq's nuclear weapons.
December 24: The USSR totally collapses and disintegrates. The Republic of Kazakhstan allies with the Iraqi-Jordanian Federation.
December 29: The last Iraqi-Jordanian war heads are destroyed, melted and what is left dumped into the Persian Gulf.
January 17: The New York Society of Arab Muslims is founded with secret funding from King Hussein I.
January 23: The FBI launches an investigation in the Knights of the Golden Circle after they receive $17,000,000 from an account in Iraq-Jordan.
February 12: The Baghdad ruins are finally cleared an the reconstruction begins.
March 30: Seal Six is sent into Yemen.
April 12: The President of Yemen is assassinated by Seal Six.
April 19: Iraq-Jordan sends in a special team of army units disguised as terrorist and take up residence in the wilderness of Yemen.
May 3: The 'terrorist' attack three army bases and set bombs in the nation's capital.
May 7: The 'terrorist' begin to recruit radical Muslims and other extremist.
May 12: The next series of bombings occur in Yemen causing major public outcry as the government can not track down the perpetrators.
May 17: The 'terrorist' group has recruited over 12,000 radicals.
May 23: Another set of bombings go off in Yemen and people begin to protest in the street.
May 27: Iraq-Jordan offers the Yemeni President that they can stop the terrorist if Yemen becomes a protectorate of Iraq-Jordan. In the book "The Unlikely Union" about the unification of Jordan and Iraq the author coins for the first time the phrase Trans-Iraq for the Iraqi-Jordanian Federation.
May 28: The Yemeni President completely refuses and says any further attempts at annexation would be a declaration of war against Yemen.
May 29: More waves of terrorism sweep across Yemen. Even more people go into the streets to protest the government's inability to fight the terrorist.
May 30: The President of Yemen is killed by a sniper. The Yemeni Vice-President is sworn in.
May 31: The new President of Yemen is approached by King Hussein I of Iraq-Jordan and tells him that if he allows Yemen to be annexed by Iraq-Jordan that he could stop the terrorist and would give equal rights to the people of Yemen as the people of Iraq-Jordan.June 1: The Yemeni President counter-offers King Hussein and says that he must also be the Governor-General of Yemen if it is annexed. King Hussein accepts his counter-offer and sweetens the deal with the President and says that he will receive $10,000,000 as well for his troubles.
June 2: King Hussein and the Yemeni President meet with President Omar and the Iraqi-Jordanian Senate in secret to announce Yemen's annexation. The Senate and the President accepts the offer.
June 3: The Yemeni President and President Omar sign the Treaty of Amman and Yemen is officially annexed into the Iraqi-Jordanian Federation. The treaty comes under heavy protest by the United States and the UK. Otherwise they do nothing.
June 4: Yemen is announced as a Province of Iraq-Jordan. The United Nations takes a vote on whether Iraq-Jordan has violated the Treaty of Paris. Russia vetoes the resolution. The former Yemeni President Ali Salim al-Beidh is appointed as the Governor-General of Yemen.
June 5: The Yemeni terrorist group disappears and is never heard from again.June 12: A United Nations inspector passes Iraq-Jordan for complying with the Treaty of Paris in the aspect that there was no nuclear weapons in the nation.
June 17: A US inspector comes to the same conclusion as the UN inspector.
June 18: Iraq-Jordan has a general election for its national Coat of Arms. The النسر العربي is chosen as the national coat of arms.
June 19: Many nations protest the adoption of a very Nazi-esque design for the Iraq-Jordan coat of arms. President Omar said that he was simply given submissions by citizens and let the people decide.
June 20: UN election inspectors find that there was no fraud in the election.
June 23: US inspectors back UN findings.
June 27: The Arabian Eagle is put on the uniforms of the Iraqi-Jordanian Army.
June 28: The Arabian Eagle is put on the uniforms of the Iraqi-Jordanian Navy and the Iraqi-Jordanian Coast Guard.
July 12: The last of the new uniforms are received by IJA Lieutenant Ali Mubarak.
July 17: The Sultan of Oman meets with his top advisors about the rapid expansion of the Iraqi-Jordanian Federation. His advisors agree that the IJF was most likely going to subjugate Oman soon, possibly by engineering an invasion of their newly acquired Yemen. Sultan Qaboos bin Said agrees that perhaps a personal union with the Iraqi-Jordanian Federation may be the only way to make sure that his people weren't killed in a costly and needless war as Oman would quickly fall.
July 19: The King of Saudi Arabia has a similar meeting with his top advisors as the Omani Sultan had. He also comes up with the same solution.
July 29: The King of Saudi Arabia meets with the Sultan of Oman and accidentally reveals details about the meeting he had. The Sultan of Oman reveals that he had a very similar meeting. The two agree to meet with the King of Iraq-Jordan on August 22.
July 31: Baghdad is fully restored from the nuclear devastation. The monuments are restored and it is almost exactly as it was in 1990. The only major difference is that the swords on the Victory Arch is coated in silver.
August 12: Basra is fully restored to its pre-nuclear level.
August 17: Mohamed Omar writes his entire life story from the point that he can first remember to the creation of his time machine and his life since arriving in 1985, he hides his life story in a specially made safe that can only be opened by him, it is impervious to safecrackers as if it is hit the insides, which are coated in C-4, will explode, destroying his life's story.
August 19: The Yemeni Governor-General is almost killed by an assassin hired by the Russians. The Russian assassin only hits his shoulder. He is captured by the Iraqi-Jordanian Army but as soon as he is captured he crunches a suicide pill and dies a few seconds later.
August 21: The body of the assassin is thrown into the Red Sea, never to be seen again.
August 22: The King of Saudi Arabia and the Sultan of Oman arrives at the Al-Maquar and begins negotiations with King Hussein I and President Omar. The Saudi and Omani monarch both agree that there should be a united Arab state. They also agree that if it was ever going to occur, now was the time to do so. The only problem that arises is that if you were to unite all these Kingdoms and Sultanates how would all these monarchs work together as one unit. They decide to call the UAE, Bahrain, Syria, Qatar, and Lebanon to these meetings. After several phone calls all of the Heads of State agree to begin the meetings on August 25.
August 25-September 22: The Heads of State from Iraq-Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, the UAE, Bahrain, Syria, Qatar, and Lebanon meet in the Al-Maquar. They begin the Arabian Congress much like the Continental Congresses in the 1770s in the 13 colonies. The Arabian Congress begins to discuss how this new nation would work. The UAE representative says that perhaps the nations should have their monarch have absolute control in their state and one of the monarchs chosen to be the King while the others are Emirs. Bahrain agreed with this idea but the rest do not saying that they must have a unified monarchy and not a de-centralised one. After a long argument though it becomes very apparent that the many monarchies of the middle east will never co-operate and a modified version of the UAE proposal is suggested by the Omani representative. His proposal is called the Omani Plan. The Omani Plan called for the Kings and Emirs and all the nobility of all the incorporated states to meet in Baghdad to vote for the Sultan of Arabia every time the monarch dies or abdicates. The Omani Plan was accepted and the rest of the constitution was mostly identical to Iraq-Jordan's except that the monarch had more power.September 25-30: The Results of the Arabian Congress are sent out to the nations that shall federate and are ratified. The Arab Federation is declared.
October 9: The nobility of the newly formed Arabia meet in Baghdad. They elect the first Sultan of Arabia, Hussein I of Jordan. The charismatic King now becomes the Sultan of one of the most powerful nation on Earth.
October 10: Sultan Hussein I is crowned in the Al-Maquar.
October 12: The general elections for the President occurs.
October 15: The results of the general election come in and Mohamed Omar is overwhelmingly elected.
October 22: Mohamed Omar is sworn in as the President of Arabia.
October 25: The Arab Federation launches its first ships the HRHS Saddam Hussein. The Saddam Hussein is an aircraft carrier that was almost completed when the Arab nations federated, it was built mostly in Iraq-Jordan.
October 26: The Republic of Turkey states that it will never be federated into the Arab Federation. This is because anti-monarchy sentiments still run high.October 27: The United States officially endorses the Arab Federation as a new way fo peace in the middle east.
November 12: Islamic terrorist in Israel bomb three synagogues.
November 19: The Massad captures the head of the terrorist cell and he is never seen again.
November 23: Sultan Hussein I congratulates Israel for taking care of its terrorist problem so effectively.
November 29: The New York Society of Arab Muslims hits the 4,000 member mark. The NYSAM endorses the Arab Federation.
December 12: A rebellion in Oman is crushed by Saudi and Iraqi troops.
December 13: The book Arab Unification is published and its author, Muhammed Ghadafi, coins the term Greater Arabia for all the areas native Arabs live as a majority.
December 14: Sultan Hussein I visits Oman in an attempt to quell some of the 'radical' ideas. It mostly works.
December 17: President Omar signs a letter of amnesty for the rebels in Oman.
December 19: President Omar launches the first middle eastern satellite, the Allahu Akbar, into orbit around Earth.December 23: Because of bad stabilizers the Allahu Akbar falls back to Earth in the vicinity of the Isle of Man, it disintegrates as soon as it hits the water.
December 24: President Omar awards all of the military members who were involved with the making of the Allahu Akbar the Medal of Science.
December 25: Sultan Hussein I establishes the Royal Arabian Guard, the training to go into the Royal Arabian Guard is nearly twice as long as the boot camp for the US Army and is extremely intense. This makes them some of the best fighters in all of 'Greater Arabia'. President Omar has a state dinner at the White House with President H.W. Bush
December 29: President Omar begins to modernize the infrastructure of the Arab Federation.
Reform and RelocationJanuary 22: President Omar, Sultan Hussein I, the Emirs (nobility), and the Senate sign the Re-organization of the Federal States Act. This act totally changed the state's borders and even created new states. The main reason for this was to relieve some of the racial, political, and religious tensions.
January 30: The state borders are officially changed.
January 31-February 17: Muslims in the Federal State of Masihi are moved into either Mosul, Syria, or Iraq-Jordan. Christians flock to the state as in most places their open worshipping is prohibited, the only exception to this was Masihi (which in Arabic means "Follower of the Messiah (aka Christian)").
February 20: President Omar sends in the Arabian Army to round up Christians and send them to Masihi, he also uses the military to round up the Kurds and move them to Kurdistan, it is expected that all the moving will be over by August.
February 21: Many nations begin to get a bit worried about how the Arabs are 're-locating' Christians and Kurds, much like the Germans in the 1930's.
February 23: The Arabian Army accidentally picks up a Jewish family thinking they were Christians. They were released with an official apology and $120 for their troubles.
February 27: Three Muslims are killed by fighting in Masihi after refusing to leave. No troopers are killed.
March 28: The last Muslim in Masihi leaves for Syria. The entire population of Masihi is now Christian.
March 29: Non-Kurds being moved to Mosul from Kurdistan attack the troopers killing 12. Thirty-Seven of the Non-Kurds were killed in the fighting.
April 3-12: Kurds in Syria refuse to leave for Kurdistan, the resulting riot claims 349 lives of rioters and 52 lives of bystanders. In the fighting 21 infantry are killed as well. The Kurds are still moved anyway.
April 13: President Omar assigns ten more divisions to escort the Kurds, with orders to kill any one whom shows signs of rebellion.
April 17: 22 Kurds are killed while being moved from Syria to Kurdistan, official reports say that the Kurds attacked the troopers. It is still unknown if this is true.
May 1: May Day is celebrated in Arabia. President Omar makes May 1 an official holiday in Arabia.
May 3: The last Christians from North Hijaz leave for Masihi. It is noted in many circles that the Christians seem to be the ones with the least violence against the Arabian Army that is moving them, actually there have been no reports of any fights with the authorities by the Christians. This is extremely surprising as even the Muslims and Non-Kurds who were moved from those areas had some violence against the Army.
May 12: The last Non-Kurds leaves Kurdistan for Mosul.
May 19: The last Kurds in Iraq-Jordan leave for Kurdistan.
May 29: The last Christians from South Hijaz leave for Masihi, again with barely even a whisper of resisting.
May 31: The last Kurds in Mosul leave for Kurdistan.
June 17: The last Christians in Syria are move to Masihi. The last Kurds in Syria leave for Kurdistan, 19 are killed in riots against the army.
June 18-July 30: The last Kurds and Christians in Arabia leave for their respective places. By this time Masihi becomes the state with the highest population density with roughly six million citizens, Kurdistan is fourth behind South Hijaz and Amman.
August 1: President Omar gives a speech about how the Middle East will experience a new age of racial and religious low tensions. Sultan Hussein I gives a similar speech.
Arabien, Über Alles in der Welt!
August 12: Sultan Hussein I appoints the first Christian in any level of government to the position of the Governor-General of Masihi. The move is not very surprising as Masihi is 100% Christian and officially the place where Christians are supposed to reside.
August 13: Michel Suleiman is sworn in as the Governor-General of Masihi.
August 19: Sultan Hussein I appoints Ali Ghadafi as the Governor-General of Kurdistan.
August 20: Ali Ghadafi is sworn in as the Governor-General of Kurdistan.
August 30: The President Bush calls his top generals and his Chiefs of Staff to the White House. They draw up plans for the invasion of the Arab Federation.
August 31: Operation: Blackbird (the invasion of Arabia) is finished.
September 12: The Emir of Mosul gives a tax on all oil products of 25%. The Mosul Legislature moves to dismiss his ruling.
September 15: Large peaceful protest occur against the tax.
September 22: The Mosul Legislature dismisses the 25% tax on oil in Mosul. It is the first time that an Emir's descision was over-turned.
September 23: The Senate passes the Narcotics Act which officially gives the power to the Senate to regulate the distribution and sale of all narcotics (alcohol included). The Senate bans all narcotics besides opium and caffeine. Alcohol is permitted only for religious practices with-in Christianity.September 25-29: President Omar uses the Arabian Army to enforce the Senate's decision and raids the houses of over 13,000 known drug users and distributors. They are all given a fair trial and 12,523 are sentenced to 15 years prohibition (no narcotics of any kind), 27 are sentenced to 34 years hard labour, three are sentenced to death, the rest walk out as free men.
September 30: The New York Society for Arab Muslims commemorates the one year anniversary of the federating of Arabia by unveiling the Arab Brotherhood Monument in Kuwait City. It commemorates the plight of all Arabs of all religious backgrounds and all times.
October 1: The 3 men sentenced to death for narcotics are hanged on national television.
October 22: The men sentenced to hard labour arrive at salt farms in North Hijaz.
October 31: President Omar sends out extra patrols within Masihi in case of any narcotics being sold for Halloween. The patrols arrest only three people.
November 12: Sultan Hussein I officially denounces Hamas and any organization related to it.
November 17: Mohamed Omar refuses to grant amnesty for a Taliban member whom had asylum from the previous regime in Syria. The Talibani is arrested and put on trial.
November 23: The Talibani is sentenced to death by firing squad.
November 25: The Talibani is executed on national TV by firing squad.
December 12: The Emir of Amman dies and Sultan Hussein I appoints the upstart Emir Saddam Omar, a distant (7 times removed) cousin of Mohamed Omar to be the Emir of Amman.
December 20: Emir Saddam bans the celebrating of Christmas, Easter or Lent.
December 24: The Ammani Legislature fails to overturn Emir Saddam's ruling by 12 votes.
December 27: President Omar allows the construction of a submarine fleet that is nuclear capable. The fleet is scheduled to be finished in 1995 and have nine submarines.
December 30: Production of the submarines begin in North Hijaz, South Hijaz, Oman, and Iraq-Jordan.
December 31: Sultan Hussein and President Omar arrive in Armenia to celebrate New Year's Day. Seal Six is sent to Moscow.
January 1: A bomb goes off in the Armenian capital. Sultan Hussein and President Omar are nearly killed in the blast, unfortunately the President of Armenia was killed.
January 31: Hamas kills 17 Jews in the West Bank. As a result the IDF begins a massive campaign against Hamas.
February 4: President Omar and Sultan Hussein arrive back in Baghdad.
February 7: President Omar offers Israel military aid against the Hamas.
February 8: Israel refuses Arabia's offer.
February 19: Emir Saddam of Amman raises the Amman Police Department. The APD arrests over 100 political enemies of the Emir.
February 20 The Ammani Legislature tries to over-turn Emir Saddam.
February 25: The Ammani Legislature fails once more to over-turn the Emir's decision by only two votes.
February 28: The Ammani Legislature finally over turns the Emir's decision and releases all of the political prisoners and Christmas, Easter and Lent are allowed once more.