Republic of Greenfield
The Emirate of Greenfield is a self-declared Islamic state located in the American town of Greenfield, Massachusetts. It was declared on Jumada Al-Awwal 8, 1436, or February 26, 2015 by it's leader Abdu r-Raḥmān.
| Islamic Republic of Greenfield |
La ilaha il Allah,Muhammad rasūlu-llāh
Arabic: There is no God but Allah, Muhammad is the messenger of Allah
Sharia is our guiding light!
|Western Massachusetts |
|Official language(s)||English, Arabic|
|Government||Islamic Dictitorial Republic|
|- President||Abdur Rahman|
|- Prime Minister||Minya Nanas|
|- Religious Head||Imam Jones|
|- Type||- Unicameral|
|- Number of seats||- 3|
|Established||Jumada Al-Awwal 8, 1436 |
February 26th, 2015 (As Emirate)
Jumada Al-Awwal 28
March 19th, 2015
|Population||18,000 (Residential) |
The Emirate of Greenfield is an dictatorial republic, which is led by the President, who serves for life until death or resignation. The President appoints a Prime Minister, who serves as head of Government and runs the National Council. The National Council is the legislative branch of the Government, and consists of Ministers appointed by the President.
The military of Greenfield is the government agency responsible for protecting the country and its people. The military follows the Islamic rules of warfare, those being to not harm any innocents, to not harm women, nor children, nor the elderly, only kill other combatants. The military has not engaged in any combat.
The Military is split into several divisions. Those being the Home Guard, Presidential Guard, Islamic Revolutionary Army, and the Navy.
The Home Guard are the division of the Military responsible for protecting Greenfield Territory. It could be compared to the American National Guard.
The Presidential Guard is the division responsible for protecting the President from foreign and domestic attack.
Islamic Revolutionary Army
The Islamic Revolutionary Army is the division responsible for protecting Islamic interests locally. It was deployed during the occupation of the Sorrenian Township New Damascus, which is now contested territory between the Republic and the Sorrenian Federation.