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| The Khilafah Movement |
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!
|Capital city||City of New Damascus (Temporarily)|
|Largest city||City of New Damascus|
|Official language(s)||English, Arabic|
|- Khalif||Khalif Hamza|
|- First Minister||Vacant|
|- Foreign Minister||Abdur Rahman|
|- Type||- Unicameral|
|- Number of seats||- 4|
|Established||9 Jumada t-Tania 1436|
|Population||18,000 (Residential) |
The Khilafah was an Islamic micronational project that was created in late March 2015. It was a Caliphate located all over the globe. It was led by Khhalif Hamza, who was elected shortly after the foundation of the Khilafah.
The Khilafah was formed out of the Republic of Greenfield, a dictitorial Islamic micronation. Originally the Emirate of Greenfield, Greenfield was an Islamic micronation located in Western Massachusetts, led by Abdur Rahman. In March 2015, it declared itself a Republic. Abdur Rahman declared himself President. In late March, Abdur Rahman, along with some members of the Greenfield Government declared a Khilafah, claiming the Greenfield territory. Soon, other Islamic micronationalists joined. The Khilafah was created in an attempt to unite Islamic micronations under one banner. The Government hopes to grow, uniting more Islamic micronations by the end of 2015.
In May 2015, the Khalif and his council decide to disestablish the Caliphate, creating several small states in the region they formally controlled.
The Khilafah is a Caliphate, led by a Khalif, who is the successor to the Prophet Muhammad both politically and religiously. The Khalif can appoint and create ministries as he wishes. The Khalif holds almost complete power, but is expected to follow Sharia.
Law and order
Laws in the Khilafah are based on those of the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad. Judges in the Khalifah are expected to make decisions based off of the Qur'an and Sunnah.
The Military is responsible for protecting the territory of the Khalifah, and protecting the Muslims in and around the territory of the Khalifah. It is led by the Khalif as Amir of the Armed Forces.