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The Great War Against Berbers, also known as Great War Against Morocco, the Arab-Moroccan War or the Arab-Berber War, was a massive military conflict pitting the member states of the Anti-Berber Coalition, supported by UN, against the fast-growing Berber empire of Morocco that took place in 1986. Originally took place in North Africa, it now spread to include the entire world due to demonstrations against Berber communities in major cities around the world. Despite at least 37 million men from Arab League, Iran and other countries fighting against ten million Moroccans and Berbers, the war eventually lasted from 23 April to 8 August 1986 and results for second time single Moroccan victory against it's enemies since the Moroccan Revenge against France in 1930. With an estimated fatality of 30 million to 60 million deaths, including another 70 million were captured by Moroccans and sent to concentration camps (while the rest of 30 million are refugees), these made Great War Against Berbers the deadliest and fairly worst conflict in Muslim and Arab history, and also the best conflict in Moroccan and Berber history.
The origin of war came from the tensions between Arabs and Berbers that started 1,200 years ago, after the outcome of the Great Berber Revolt. The modern Berber state of Morocco was founded in 1912 after end of French Conquest of Morocco, which Berbers had made Arabs as enemies and soon in 1934, the Berber Cultural Revolution resulted the end of the Arab culture in Morocco, marking them Arabs into sub-humans and where all sent to concentration camps. This causes in 1945 the newly formed Arab League saw both Morocco and Berbers as a formal threat to all Arabs lived in North Africa. On 29 March 1946, the Anti-Berber Coalition was formed, with the objective of wiping out all Berbers. 40 years later, after hundreds of Moroccan anime sex film videotapes smuggling in into Algeria since 1982, the 1986 anime film that criticize and mocks Muhammad and Islam caused half of the entire Muslim population to protest the film, which prompted all nations that were members of Anti-Berber Coalition to blockade and ultimately declare war against Morocco, thus starting the war.
After Iran's failure to destroy the Moroccan government through an enormous nuclear bombardment of Anfa on 23 April 1986, Morocco declared war against all nations of the Anti-Berber Coalition, quickly pushing into and marking footholds in Algeria. Growing desperate as Moroccans matched into Algiers, the United Nations begun aiding Anti-Berber Coalition against Morocco on 8 May 1986, sending combat units in Tunisia the same month. The Algerian invasion plan to destroy Morocco, as believed by the Algerian government, was implemented several days before the war,, but quickly proved to be inadequate. After Algeria was occupied in June 1986, Morocco then conquered more lands outside of Algeria, to beat several countries all way eastward, ending up taking over Egypt. With deployment of newer technologically-advanced units, the Moroccans allowed to roll over static defenses in North Africa, with Arabs only able to win costly victories. Meanwhile during wartime, demonstrations were held in largest cities around the world to protest against Berber communities for aiding the Berber empire. After the Moroccan victory at Cairo and Capitulation of Egypt on 6 August 1986, the leaders of the Anti-Berber Coalition decided to surrender to Morocco by inviting them to Headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo to sign the Treaty of Cairo. After that, the war ended on 8 August 1986.
The Great War Against Berbers had proven to be an absolute failure for Arabs, as Morocco had claimed dominance over Algeria and Mauritania, and the Anti-Berber Coalition was dissolved following the treaty. With these lands under their control, De-Arabization and Berberization of Algeria and Mauritania had proved to begun two days after the treaty, such as creation of additionally six new Berber states that shortly became new states of Moroccan Empire. But the Algerian resistance continued to survive, as remaining Arabs hid in underground shelters with aid from the UN for many years to the present day forever.