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We Must Move On: Insaanistan Post-Civil War [IC/Read OP]

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Postby Insaanistan » Mon May 09, 2022 10:55 am

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The Insaanis were relieved and overjoyed at the assurance and revelation. The women and girls ululated to show their gratitude. Smiles were all around as the Erloaneans handed out food to the Insaanis. Those who had sick relatives either brought them to the Erloaneans or gave the newcomers directions on how to get to the houses of the sick (though the directions were confusing and usually things along the lines of “The house is next to the rocks that look like a bowl turned upside. You’ve gone too far if you see a date palm that leans to the left.”). The two girls smiled at the officer and translator.
“Snow and ice?” repeated the second girl, “Like they get in the mountains of Sinai?” The first girl turned to the translator.
“Is snow what makes you people white? Can you bring us some snow? We’ll be white too!”


The translator chuckled and responded "We don't get much sunlight up north. That makes us white. Snow can't change your skin color, but we could try getting you and other kids snow to play with. What do you think?"

Medics checked up on sick people that arrived with thier relatives, giving thier families or friends the necessary meds and giving advice. Thankfully, there were no seriously ill people yet. Soldiers set up tents for Insaanis so they wouldn't be baking under the sun.

The 2 girls nodded vigorously in agreement, grinning widely. Though the soldiers had set up tents, the Insaanis were a but amusingly awkward around them. Though certainly not city dwellers, the inhabitants of the village were not nomadic and thus had little experience with tents.
One man embarrassedly knocked down one of the tents by playing with the ropes out of boredom.
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Postby Insaanistan » Mon May 09, 2022 3:44 pm

This is Al Jazeera.
[intro plays]
Live from Al Jazeera news headquarters in London, here are your top stories for the hour.

Insaanistan is poised to begin its Parliamentary elections this Sunday. The Insaani MPs, many of whom were put into office before the removal of the Royal Family and Mr. Tamzali, will have to compete to keep their seats in the Two Legislatures. This election is expected to be a contentious one as Communist and Islamist parties are expected to make a comeback.

[Elshayyal] It’s been years since Insaani President Mustafa Abu Jamal was killed in Somalia in a nuclear missile attack, but the legacy of this president still resonates throughout. His face still adorns cafes, barbershops and homes throughout the country. A Democratic Socialist, Abu Jamal prohibited Communist and Fascist parties in the country, limited the power of Islamists. The chaos caused by the 2 civil wars in recent years, and the many regime changes, have led to these groups gaining prominence once more. Interestingly enough, many of those groups suppressed by Abu Jamal seem to be claiming him as one of their own.

[Marcus Altafini] We’re entering a time when the people will show that they support us and what we’re fighting for. We may be banned in Insaanistan, but you can’t keep people from believing in us.

[Elshayyal] When asked why Communists were claiming Abu Jamal as their own, Altafini said this

[Altafini] Those are the so-called “Islamic Communists”, who have nothing to do with Marx. They are like the centrists of Communism.

[Elshayyal] However, Communists find difficulty in actually obtaining foreign allies to campaign to make sure they remain visible in the country. Many once saw New Antarcticania as a possible ally,
[Plays Clips of Antarctican Attacks & Battles on Insaanis in the Past 2 Years]
but with war Insaanistan and war crimes against Insaanis fresh in people’s minds, allying with them would be suicidal.

Islamists also are attempting to make a comeback. Exposing the economic crisis brought on by coronavirus and the conclusion of the Second Insaani Civil War, as well as the numerous military interventions in Insaanistan, they are likening it to “Crusader attacks”, calling on Muslims to unite against it, though the economy has now begun improving due to sales of oil to Western nations following bans on Russian oil. They alternatively portray Mustafa either as a “kaffir”, a disbeliever, or a martyred Islamist mujahideen.

[Tarek Mohammed] He, may Allah have mercy on him, died a martyr, protecting the integrity of our nation from Kharijites. Look what happened after he died. The country was invaded by Godless foreigners from the West. These crusaders bombed our lands like they did to Iraq and Syria and Afghanistan. When Asim tried to fix it, they ousted boxed him into a corner and him.

[Elshayyal]Mohammed says that if they didn’t want to be called crusaders, they shouldn’t have likened their military intervention in Southern Europe to the Crusades. However, recent terrorist attacks by groups such as the Taliban and DAESH have made it necessary they distance themselves from such groups who also claim to be Islamists. When I asked Mohammed why he was so against the foreign troops stationed in Insaanistan, he told me he distrusted them greatly.

[Mohammed] They only intend to slowly spread across our country until they’re so common place we don’t blink at them. Now more of them have entered, passing out food and the like. They only want to win over the people with gifts. They can’t put us to sleep, though. The Muslims will wake up and crush them!

[Elshayyal] The Jundallah are also hoping to see a huge turnout of support this year. Though not officially Islamist, many of their top leadership share Islamist connections or leanings. Parliament still hasn’t voted as to whether the Jundallah shall be allowed to participate as a political party in Insaani politics. The Jundallah were formed in 2021 as President Tamzali fled the country, helping Langenian troops consolidate control over the country. They’ve come head to head with the Yusuf Administration, though their military wing works in coordination with the Insaani military. They even have control over key centers across the country, such as the Muslimbol International Airport.

Voters across the country go to the polls on Friday, with the Russia-Ukraine war, the economy, terrorist attacks, Covid, the war in Sharifistan, and Palestine on their minds among other issues. People will be on the edges of their seats, watching to see what happens next. Jamal Elshayyal, Al Jazeera, Cairo.
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Postby Erloane » Wed May 18, 2022 10:21 am

Insaanistan wrote:
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The translator chuckled and responded "We don't get much sunlight up north. That makes us white. Snow can't change your skin color, but we could try getting you and other kids snow to play with. What do you think?"

Medics checked up on sick people that arrived with thier relatives, giving thier families or friends the necessary meds and giving advice. Thankfully, there were no seriously ill people yet. Soldiers set up tents for Insaanis so they wouldn't be baking under the sun.

The 2 girls nodded vigorously in agreement, grinning widely. Though the soldiers had set up tents, the Insaanis were a but amusingly awkward around them. Though certainly not city dwellers, the inhabitants of the village were not nomadic and thus had little experience with tents.
One man embarrassedly knocked down one of the tents by playing with the ropes out of boredom.


When the tent falls several Erloaneans said profanities and complained in latin. Thankfully nobody was harmed and the tent was fixed up quickly. Translator with a loudspeaker made an announcement. "Attention. Please, contact the mayor or any other representative and tell them to come here. We would like to ask them a few questions. That is all. Thank you."

Meanwhile in the command tent an officer is calling his superior back at Insaani-Langenian HQ.
"Pantheon. Ares reporting in. Unloading cargo and establishing relations with locals. No hostile forces sighted, working on getting some intel. Ares over."
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Postby Mosarat » Thu May 19, 2022 2:41 pm

Mosarat’s political parties are similar to the ones in Egypt’s pre Nasser era. Currently the parties in the government are:
The Mosaratian Unity Party: They are a Conservative Islamic Democratic and Mosaratian Nationalist Party (They are Pharonists)
The Parliamentary Party: They are a Conservative Liberal and Mosaratian Nationalist Party

The parties in opposition to the government are:
The Solidarity Party: They are a Liberal and Social Liberal party
The Desert Camel Party: They a Social Democratic and Progressive party
The Toiler Party: They are Democratic Socialist Party and have an Islamic Socialist faction
The Coptic People’s Party: They are Coptic minority interest party


The parties ask the Insaani politicians for permission to come speak at rallies and to give endorsements. They believe this will continue to solidify relations between Mosarat and Insaanistan.

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Postby Insaanistan » Fri May 20, 2022 5:41 am

Mosarat wrote:Mosarat’s political parties are similar to the ones in Egypt’s pre Nasser era. Currently the parties in the government are:
The Mosaratian Unity Party: They are a Conservative Islamic Democratic and Mosaratian Nationalist Party (They are Pharonists)
The Parliamentary Party: They are a Conservative Liberal and Mosaratian Nationalist Party

The parties in opposition to the government are:
The Solidarity Party: They are a Liberal and Social Liberal party
The Desert Camel Party: They a Social Democratic and Progressive party
The Toiler Party: They are Democratic Socialist Party and have an Islamic Socialist faction
The Coptic People’s Party: They are Coptic minority interest party


The parties ask the Insaani politicians for permission to come speak at rallies and to give endorsements. They believe this will continue to solidify relations between Mosarat and Insaanistan.

OOC: https://www.nationstates.net/nation=ins ... id=1284864
The major political parties in Insaanistan.
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Postby Mosarat » Sat May 21, 2022 6:13 pm

Insaanistan wrote:
Mosarat wrote:Mosarat’s political parties are similar to the ones in Egypt’s pre Nasser era. Currently the parties in the government are:
The Mosaratian Unity Party: They are a Conservative Islamic Democratic and Mosaratian Nationalist Party (They are Pharonists)
The Parliamentary Party: They are a Conservative Liberal and Mosaratian Nationalist Party

The parties in opposition to the government are:
The Solidarity Party: They are a Liberal and Social Liberal party
The Desert Camel Party: They a Social Democratic and Progressive party
The Toiler Party: They are Democratic Socialist Party and have an Islamic Socialist faction
The Coptic People’s Party: They are Coptic minority interest party


The parties ask the Insaani politicians for permission to come speak at rallies and to give endorsements. They believe this will continue to solidify relations between Mosarat and Insaanistan.

OOC: https://www.nationstates.net/nation=ins ... id=1284864
The major political parties in Insaanistan.


The MUP decides to endorse Jundallah and the Parliamentarians decide to endorse the Islamic Party of the People. The Solidarity Party and DEP decide to endorse Democratic Liberal People’s Party and Democratic Party respectively. The Toilers endorse the Democratic Socialist Party. The CPP decides to remain neutral.

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Postby New Antarcticania » Sun May 29, 2022 6:46 pm

Somewhere in the Western Republican-Royalist border.

6 days after the Tear-gassing of Insaani and Royalist soldiers.

1/8th Mtn Bde.
4th Combined Div.
Antarctican Army in Sharaifistan
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As a boy, he had grown up in the Poryanya Mountains. Father an miner,Mother an pasture worker. He was there before the red banner toppled over the Island like a man who had been shot in the chest. It was a simple life drowned by childhood bliss and of the sweet grass on what little level ground the mountains had to offer, blowing away in every direction possible.

When he was 17, however. With the toppled regime being replaced with another regime -- one being more red than the last -- He joined the military. Whether if it was because he felt compelled to join this new effort of reclamation of this Island nation's glory days, or whether he was encouraged by the Promises that the government promised that their soldiers will reap once their retire, we may never know.

Tonight, however. He would not be basking in the warmth of the raging fire in the stove of his platoon's barracks. Instead, he would be moving to an vantage point in the mountains with the rest of his squad. For you see, not only was he an mountaineer, he was also an Forward Aircraft Controller.

So tonight, armed with nothing else besides his service rifle (An AK-74M with an side mount rail and an generic 3x scope with night vision) his binoculars, and his radio. He and his team are to crawl up towards the mountain behind Antarctican lines, and await further orders.

Unsurprisingly, he felt like as if he was just mere hours away from starting a new war in the Mediterranean.
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The pilot in the MiG-29SMT doges and weaves his way through the paths that was laid in the Turkish mountains. He makes his way east, towards the Insanni lines. Where he would deliver his payload.

What was it? He wasn't sure.

Earlier that day, the only bomb he was to deliver that night arrived in an unusually unique box, an iron crate - all black, no markings whatsoever. And then, rumors spread like wildfire amongst his airbase about munition crews inspecting the bomb - an RBK-500; only to find that the bomb was not containing the usual sub munitions, but weird objects, wrapped in a red-checkered -- almost paper-like -- skin.

But none of that mattered to him now, all that mattered to him was to not crash nose-first into the side of one of those damned mountains. And so, he dodged and weaved, dodged and weaved, weaved and dodged, under the terrain and the heavy ECM cover over the skies of Socialist Sharifistan tonight. Until, when there is nothing but the and an mountain -- located just near the lines where socialist turns Royalist -- is between the MiG and the Insanni lines.

"Ragno, this is Breakneck 11, one MiG-29SMT with package on station, 20 minutes effective time. Do you copy, over?"
"Breakneck 11, I have targeting data. 1 mile east from reference point, bearing nine-two, entrenched infantry. Drop payload directly on target. Landmarks are one bunker 100m left of target if facing east and using Reference point. Grid designation is..."
The FAC proceeds to read out a twelve-digit long string of numbers.
"IP is at 5,000 ft. Reference point bearing eight-seven. Popping green smoke to identify Friendly position. fire at will."

"Copy." And without the skip of a beat, the pilot pushes his throttle as it could go, rising out of the mountains and into the open sky, he saw the smoke rising from the mountain as his MiG screams past it, he reckoned it came from around halfway up the mountain, enough to get a good vantage point over the border and heavenwall.

It was sundown.
All the Insannis could see was the silhouette of single MiG climbing into space, even from so far away. They could see it's afterburners.
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Postby Insaanistan » Mon May 30, 2022 5:21 am

OOC:
The sandwich NA says he dropped down: https://www.prairiedogbrewing.ca/store/ ... -sandwich/
IC: The Insaani troops watched at the wrapping fell down, some of it hit them in their heads, arms or shoulders. Seeing as it had come from an Antartican plane, they were already suspicious. Carefully, some of them began to peel back the wrapping.
“It’s just some bloody pork sandwich,” someone said, after opening one of the checkered wrappers.
“Oh, for f*ck’s sake,” said someone else. “What was the point of that?”
“I’m case you aren’t aware,” answered another, “it’s a commonly held belief among Islamophobes that we fear to be even in close proximity to it, or that we believe casing pork on bullets and shooting said bullets at us will deny us entry to Paradise.”

“What a waste of food,” another person said. They slowly began to pick up the sandwiches and pile most of them up, giving the rest to some of the Christians, atheists and other non-Muslims stationed there. Piling the majority of the sandwiches (most still wrapped) up, they set it on fire.

The smell permeated the encampment. While a few of the soldiers found the smell enticing, most either barely noticed it or began vomiting.
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Postby Insaanistan » Tue May 31, 2022 3:04 pm

Erloane wrote:
Insaanistan wrote:The 2 girls nodded vigorously in agreement, grinning widely. Though the soldiers had set up tents, the Insaanis were a but amusingly awkward around them. Though certainly not city dwellers, the inhabitants of the village were not nomadic and thus had little experience with tents.
One man embarrassedly knocked down one of the tents by playing with the ropes out of boredom.


When the tent falls several Erloaneans said profanities and complained in latin. Thankfully nobody was harmed and the tent was fixed up quickly. Translator with a loudspeaker made an announcement. "Attention. Please, contact the mayor or any other representative and tell them to come here. We would like to ask them a few questions. That is all. Thank you."

Meanwhile in the command tent an officer is calling his superior back at Insaani-Langenian HQ.
"Pantheon. Ares reporting in. Unloading cargo and establishing relations with locals. No hostile forces sighted, working on getting some intel. Ares over."


The village didn’t really have a mayor, so after much deliberation they just decided to send the oldest person alive in the village. They ended up sending two people, as neither of said people knew their exact age. An old Siwa Amazigh man named Al-Haji Muhammad al-Masri, and a Saīdi Arab woman named Al-Hajia Salma bint Abu Qasem ash-Shaybani. The al-Haji was wrinkled with copper skin in a scraggly silver beard and moustache. He really looked 70, despite the fact he was certainly at least 100 years of age. He stood upright and often adorned traditional Siwi clothing. The al-Hajia was hunched over and considerably more wrinkled. Her facial expression made it look as if she was perpetually squinting. She had a headscarf round her head, but one that resembled those worn by Eastern European Slavic women. She walked with a cane, but did not move slowly. She of late was having a bit of difficulty hearing. She had been born pale skinned but had over the last century or so tanned a great deal, nearly to the al-Haji’s complexion. Mumbling to herself in Arabic, she silently cursed her ruined sandals as she hobbled along with the al-Haji. His lips parted slightly along the way as he thumbed the dhikr beads in his right hand, his left hand placed behind his back, clinging to his light blue gelabiya. The al-Hajia adjusted her veil, a snow-white color that was only that much whiter than her hair. She wore a black abaya as well, which was less likely to get visibly dirtied by the sand.
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Postby Insaanistan » Tue Jun 14, 2022 11:42 am

Abdülfetih took a deep breath as Shaheeda stared at him with suspicion.

“I am of the hashashin,” he said. “Mustafa was one as well.”

“You’re telling me Mustafa used to kill people as a job?” Shaheeda asked, offended that anyone would dare to make such a claim.

“Not exactly,” he corrected. “We were called al-Hashashin, but our job wasn’t to be assassins, per se-“
“Then what was it?” she asked impatiently.
“I’m getting there,” Abdülfetih assured her.
“We were spies for Insaanistan, so to speak. Not like you are, though. Our jobs were much more dangerous, much more secret, and way more important than your assignments.” Noticing Shaheeda’s change in expression, he added “No offense.”

“Offense taken,” she said. “Proceed.”

“I was member,” he continued. “So were Zaynab, Haroun, as Shuaib,” he said, pointing at the others. “And so was your cousin, Soraya.”

Here, Shaheeda’s attention had been grabbed as a parent grabs an energetic child.

“Mustafa was the best out of all of us at the time. When we first joined, we were fighting all the time. What would you expect. You can put Insaanis from all over together and expect them to just get along. Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Sunnis, Shias, Ibadis and Druze. Catholics, Orthodox and Maronites. Arabs, Berbers, whites and Blacks. But Mustafa, he was level headed. And he was mixed with so many bloody things that it seemed like he fit in with everyone. He was like a peacemaker, keeping us in check, even though he was younger than most of us. As we competed our missions, we became like blood to one another. Sometimes we lost someone, and that only brought us closer, like a knot tightening and tightening. Then one day we had a mission: take out Saddam Hussein. We had agents in Baghdad, informants in the Ba’athist movement, and the necessary resources to do it. And the higher ups wanted Mustafa to lead the mission. He refused. They asked why. He said ‘I’d sooner die than burn down the cradle of civilization.’ They insisted, he refused. The more reasons he gave for refusing, the more we became convinced. In total, 9 out of all 15 of us also refused to join the mission. We were subsequently suspended for 2 weeks. When we came back, Mustafa was backing his stuff. We urged him to stay and reminded him that now that we had been suspended, we couldn’t participate in the mission even if we wanted to. He told us ‘I hate Saddam, I hate his bloody party. But look at Iraq, look at how it prospers. Curse anyone who goes along with this. May God have mercy on our brothers in Iraq, because their country is about to crumble and burn to ashes. There will be mourning in Karbala, but not only for Husayn.’

Then, we found out that those in charge had decided to have mercy on us. By forcing half of us to be in the mission. We trained for the next few months, against our will. None of us were willing to do what Mustafa had done. Then, one day, our CO came in, a blank expression on his face. It was March 20th, 2003. The US had invaded Iraq. There was no need for us to carry out the mission anymore, they said. The US had realized it’s mistake in the Gulf War, they told us, and would not let Saddam live this time.

Sure enough, Mustafa’s prediction came through. They destroyed Iraq. Praise be to God, we had nothing to do with it.”

By now, Shaheeda’s head was spinning. “Then, what are you guys doing here?” she wondered allowed.

“I never said the Hashashin were disbanded, did I?” Abdülfetih said with a slight smile.

“Oh, come on, that’s not fair. You used the past tense on purpose,” Shaheeda said. Abdülfetih began laughing. Shaheeda grabbed him by his shirt and pulled him close.
“You think this is funny? We’re in a foreign country hiding out so that we don’t get killed by whoever killed the rest of our family, and you’re here telling me some long winded backstory like this is some movie?”

Again, everyone attempted to get her away from Abdülfetih, as he protested her aggressive behavior.
“This is real life, this isn’t some story! You little-“

“Language,” Khadijah warned, and for the first time Shaheeda processed that her cousin-in law was there. She finally let go of Abdülfetih, who was relieved to still be alive.

“We’re just trying to help,” he said. “Calm down, princess. We’re here ‘unofficially’, as the current administration has no clue we exist. We’re dedicating our lives to protecting you, and finding any more Royals we can,” he told her. “Which,” he said, smiling slightly again, “will be much easier you don’t murder us.”
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