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|Motto: "Ghyr Alssaeudi Muhammad"
"The Arabia of Mohammed"
|Anthem: "Alwilayat Almuttahidat Alkubraa Almamlakat Alearabia"
"Great United Arabia"
Location of the Arabic Empire between Asia, Europe and Africa.
and Largest city
|Ethnic groups (2016)||52% Arab
|Government||National-socialist absolute monarchy|
|-||Prince of Arabias||Rahim Qajar|
|-||Minister Prince||Said Nasser al-Thani|
|-||President of the Imperial Court of Justice||Ahmed Shah|
|Legislature||Council of Representatives|
|Succession from the Ottoman Empire|
|-||Stablished||24 November 1923|
|-||Recognized||15 July 1924|
|-||Council of Representatives stablished||03 January 1929|
|-||Informal constitution||01 January 1929|
3.385.092 sq mi
|GDP (PPP)||2016 estimate|
|-||Total||NS$ 4,996 billion|
|-||Per capita||NS$ 102,963.00|
|GDP (nominal)||2016 estimate|
|-||Total||NS$ 4,744 billion|
|-||Per capita||NS$ 100,864.31|
|Gini (2015)|| 39.2
|HDI (2015)|| 0.866
|Currency||Dinar (Dn) (
|Time zone||AST (UTC+3)|
|Drives on the||right|
|ISO 3166 code||AE|
|a.||The main language is the Arabic. Persian, Turkish and Hebraic are also used in some parts.
The Arabic Empire (Arabic: Al'iimbiraturiat Alearabia), commonly known as Arabia, is the sole modern nation to occupy the entire territory of the Middle East. It's an absolute and autocratic monarchy openly based on the National Socialist doctrine of Hitler's Germany ruled by Emperor Faisal IV and his militaries with an iron fist. The Empire has a all-consuming and growing economy, and enjoys some civil rights. It lies more than 7 million km² between three continentes Asia, Europe and Africa, with a population beyond of 357,000 making it the third most-populous country in the world. The country is the only Arab nation in history to adopt the title of Empire, ruled from it's capital, Baghdad. It's currently the only absolute monarchie in Asia and the only declared Nazi country in the modern world and the only one still legally practicing slavery.
The region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, historically known as Mesopotamia, is often referred to as the cradle of civilisation. It was here that mankind first began to read, write, create laws, and live in cities under an organised government—notably Uruk, from which "Iraq" is derived. The area has been home to successive civilisations since the 6th millennium BC. Iraq was the centre of the Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian, and Babylonian empires. It was also part of the Median, Achaemenid, Hellenistic, Parthian, Sassanid, Roman, Rashidun, Umayyad, Abbasid, Ayyubid, Mongol, Safavid, Afsharid, and Ottoman empires. Arabic's modern borders were mostly demarcated in 1923, after the fall of the Ottoman Empire. To stem the wave of independence in the Middle East after the proclamation of the Republic of Turkey, the United Kingdom intervened through its brief mandate on former Iraq to contain the revolutions in the region. In that period, supplied by the British, the Emir of Iraq invaded and annexed all the old Ottoman territories and the other "barbarian" arab kingdoms and proclaimed himself as Emperor. Later, Egypt joined the so-called Arabic Empire giving the necessary force to fight Iran, which was defeated and finally annexed.
The Empire's economy is frightening by nominal and GDP as of 2015. Some civil rights are respected although due to its policy the country is not very inclusive or tolerant. One of the few non-members of ONU, the Arabic Empire have one of the world's fastest growing economies, with its economic reforms giving the country new international recognition and influence. The free market of plays an important role for the country's economic growth.Althought controversy, the Empire is a founding member of Liberal League, an militar and economic international alliance that brings together nations with liberal policies, and the Arab League. The Arabic Empire has become an international superpower due his scientifics developments.
- 1 Etimology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Government and politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Infrastructure
- 7 Demography
- 8 Culture
- 9 See also
- 10 References
- 11 Bibliography
- 12 Further reading
- 13 External links