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Basrani Civil War: Escalation [Closed/OOC]

A staging-point for declarations of war and other major diplomatic events. [In character]

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Postby Laeuwen » Tue Jul 18, 2017 4:04 am

Basran wrote:IC
Ill post later/soon.
FEDERATION OF LAERENIA

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Postby Apror » Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:32 am

Apror wrote:Christian Resistance Army.

Nation Name:Apror
Alliance Affiliation: (FNRB/BDR, BDF-JSDU-CRA, NPA)CRA
Order of Battle: (Structure/Number/List of your military/peacekeeping/monitoring personnel)
WIP, I want to know a little more from IC conversation.
First Battle Group- 2,500 Proffesional Soldiers.
1st People's Militia- 5,000 Militia
7 Transport Craft

Additional Information: (Any additional information you think people need to know)

Stuff I should do?
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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:51 am

Apror wrote:
Apror wrote:Christian Resistance Army.

Nation Name:Apror
Alliance Affiliation: (FNRB/BDR, BDF-JSDU-CRA, NPA)CRA
Order of Battle: (Structure/Number/List of your military/peacekeeping/monitoring personnel)
WIP, I want to know a little more from IC conversation.
First Battle Group- 2,500 Proffesional Soldiers.
1st People's Militia- 5,000 Militia
7 Transport Craft

Additional Information: (Any additional information you think people need to know)

Stuff I should do?

Deploy your troops? Make a statement? The Western CRA territories are the only ones accessible by boat, but expect some form of resistance from the NPA once they detect your boats have landed in CRA territory. There is going to be a battle in the hills and ridges north of Ghamran soon, as the NPA attempt to eject the CRA from the mainland of Western Basran.

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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:32 am

*Casually waiting for more posts on the IC*

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Postby Laeuwen » Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:44 am

Basran wrote:*Casually waiting for more posts on the IC*

Done
FEDERATION OF LAERENIA

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Postby Radimostan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:46 am

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THE IN-CHARACTER NAME IS RADITIA, NOT RADIMOSTAN

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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:31 am

Deian salazar wrote:I will post later today when I get my laptop.

Alright

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Postby Radimostan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:42 am

What differences are between the FNRB and the BDF?
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THE IN-CHARACTER NAME IS RADITIA, NOT RADIMOSTAN

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Postby Kash Island » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:44 am

Basran wrote:
Kash Island wrote:hmm thinking about supplying and training the CRA, they are a smaller group which means they will be easier to coordinate, I can bring weapons/trainers. Probably deploy some special forces to assist as well.

i want to support the nationalists but they appear to be allied with Islamists...so no...

You can support the FNRB without supporting Jahbat al-Islam or the Hezbollah Brigades. For example, Apror is supporting the CRA but not the BDF.


does the FNRB ideologically help the Islamists?

or are they merely allies of convenience
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Postby Furbish Islands » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:52 am

Radimostan wrote:What differences are between the FNRB and the BDF?

I don't know, but the main difference(from what I understand) is that the FNRB are allied with Islamic extremists, including Hezbollah, while the BDF is allied with Jewish and Christian groups.

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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:56 am

Kash Island wrote:
Basran wrote:You can support the FNRB without supporting Jahbat al-Islam or the Hezbollah Brigades. For example, Apror is supporting the CRA but not the BDF.


does the FNRB ideologically help the Islamists?

or are they merely allies of convenience

The FNRB directly helps the Hezbollah Brigades, which are yes, Islamist, but not as radical/extremist. Jahbat al-Islam and the FNRB do not conduct operations together and are merely allies of convenience, thus Jahbat al-Islam does not receive material, training or logistical support from the FNRB. Jahbat al-Islam gets its stuff from the Hezbollah Brigades.

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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:56 am

Radimostan wrote:What differences are between the FNRB and the BDF?

The FNRB is more hardline than the BDF. The BDF broke off from the FNRB due to that, as they believe the FNRB will install an authoritarian regime.

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Postby Radimostan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:59 am

Basran wrote:
Radimostan wrote:What differences are between the FNRB and the BDF?

The FNRB is more hardline than the BDF. The BDF broke off from the FNRB due to that, as they believe the FNRB will install an authoritarian regime.


What is the stance of the FNRB on Jewish and Christian minorities living in Basrani?


THE IN-CHARACTER NAME IS RADITIA, NOT RADIMOSTAN

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Postby Kash Island » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:00 pm

Basran wrote:
Kash Island wrote:
does the FNRB ideologically help the Islamists?

or are they merely allies of convenience

The FNRB directly helps the Hezbollah Brigades, which are yes, Islamist, but not as radical/extremist. Jahbat al-Islam and the FNRB do not conduct operations together and are merely allies of convenience, thus Jahbat al-Islam does not receive material, training or logistical support from the FNRB. Jahbat al-Islam gets its stuff from the Hezbollah Brigades.



well were a nationalist benevolent dictatorship, so im trying to figure out whos closest to my ideology.
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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:02 pm

Kash Island wrote:
Basran wrote:The FNRB directly helps the Hezbollah Brigades, which are yes, Islamist, but not as radical/extremist. Jahbat al-Islam and the FNRB do not conduct operations together and are merely allies of convenience, thus Jahbat al-Islam does not receive material, training or logistical support from the FNRB. Jahbat al-Islam gets its stuff from the Hezbollah Brigades.



well were a nationalist benevolent dictatorship, so im trying to figure out whos closest to my ideology.

The BDF are basically Liberal Kemalists but Arab. The FNRB are basically Arab Natioanlists/Ba'athists.
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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:07 pm

Radimostan wrote:
Basran wrote:The FNRB is more hardline than the BDF. The BDF broke off from the FNRB due to that, as they believe the FNRB will install an authoritarian regime.


What is the stance of the FNRB on Jewish and Christian minorities living in Basrani?

The FNRB actually has a decent chunk of Christians in its ranks just like the Syrian Arab Army does irl and the two religions have generally managed to get along due to their common goal of driving out the commies and defending their religious practices. The Christian Resistance Army are Radical Christians and are pretty much the Catholic version of Jahbat al-Islam and do not tolerate Islam what so ever. Jews though, its pretty much an Israel vs Palestine thing going on, they both hate each other and there's been a long history of Muslims attacking the Jews (albeit this was the NPA) which has ignited tensions and lead to the creation of the JSDU and its alliance with the BDF.
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Postby Radimostan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:23 pm

Well, this interesting. I support Kemalism but the BDF is stupid because it backstabbed their allies when victory was in sight.

Also, I thought the Ba'athists are pro-socialism. Why are they fighting communists?
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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:56 pm

Radimostan wrote:Well, this interesting. I support Kemalism but the BDF is stupid because it backstabbed their allies when victory was in sight.

Also, I thought the Ba'athists are pro-socialism. Why are they fighting communists?

Neo-Ba'athism is distinct from Ba'athism. They only embrace certain concepts of it. The FNRB also embraces integral nationalism.

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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 1:30 pm

Deian salazar wrote:Pissed off, give me a bit.

Okay

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Postby Jewish Legions of Radimostan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 1:38 pm

Nation Name: Technically Radimostan
Alliance Affiliation: JSDU
Order of Battle: (Structure/Number/List of your military/peacekeeping/monitoring personnel)
Legions HQ
-1st Legion
-2nd Legion
-3rd Legion
-4th Legion
-5th Legion
Each Legion has cca. 500 men (and women). They are not equipped with heavy weapons.
Additional Information: First of, the Legions are not under control of the Radimostanian government.
I did not know what side should I choose, so I instead created this NS account. JLR is a group of Jewish nationalists, many of them are veterans of Radimostanian Self-Defense Forces or at least former members of local militias.
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Postby Jewish Legions of Radimostan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 1:39 pm

Deian salazar wrote:
Jewish Legions of Radimostan wrote:Nation Name: Technically Radimostan
Alliance Affiliation: JSDU
Order of Battle: (Structure/Number/List of your military/peacekeeping/monitoring personnel)
Legions HQ
-1st Legion
-2nd Legion
-3rd Legion
-4rd Legion
-5th Legion
Each Legion has cca. 500 men. They are not equipped with heavy weapons.
Additional Information: First of, Legions are not under control of the Radimostanian government.
I did not know what side should I choose, so I instead created this NS account. JLR is a group of Jewish nationalists, many of them are veterans of Radimostanian Self-Defense Forces or at least former members of local militias.

Are you Melissa too?


Who is Melisa?

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Postby Jewish Legions of Radimostan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 1:40 pm

Deian salazar wrote:
Jewish Legions of Radimostan wrote:
Who is Melisa?

...Basran.


No, I am not Melisa.

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Postby Basran » Tue Jul 18, 2017 2:03 pm

Jewish Legions of Radimostan wrote:Nation Name: Technically Radimostan
Alliance Affiliation: JSDU
Order of Battle: (Structure/Number/List of your military/peacekeeping/monitoring personnel)
Legions HQ
-1st Legion
-2nd Legion
-3rd Legion
-4th Legion
-5th Legion
Each Legion has cca. 500 men (and women). They are not equipped with heavy weapons.
Additional Information: First of, the Legions are not under control of the Radimostanian government.
I did not know what side should I choose, so I instead created this NS account. JLR is a group of Jewish nationalists, many of them are veterans of Radimostanian Self-Defense Forces or at least former members of local militias.

Approved. How do you intend to get them into Basran though? You could sneak them into the southern islands held by the JSDU.

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Postby Jewish Legions of Radimostan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 2:04 pm

Basran wrote:
Jewish Legions of Radimostan wrote:Nation Name: Technically Radimostan
Alliance Affiliation: JSDU
Order of Battle: (Structure/Number/List of your military/peacekeeping/monitoring personnel)
Legions HQ
-1st Legion
-2nd Legion
-3rd Legion
-4th Legion
-5th Legion
Each Legion has cca. 500 men (and women). They are not equipped with heavy weapons.
Additional Information: First of, the Legions are not under control of the Radimostanian government.
I did not know what side should I choose, so I instead created this NS account. JLR is a group of Jewish nationalists, many of them are veterans of Radimostanian Self-Defense Forces or at least former members of local militias.

Approved. How do you intend to get them into Basran though? You could sneak them into the southern islands held by the JSDU.


Yeah, I think that's the best destination.

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Postby Laeuwen » Tue Jul 18, 2017 3:01 pm

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