Yahabibi Sultanate

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Kesultanan Yahabibi
Yahabibi Sultanate

Coat of arms

Satu Orang, Satu Negara! (English: (One People, One Nation!)
Yahabibi Royal Anthem
Capital cityGameel
Largest cityGameel
Official language(s)English
Official religion(s)Secular
Short nameYahabibi
GovernmentExecutive constitutional monarchy
- SultanDanial I
- Prime MinisterBrandon of Gameel
- Type - Unicameral
- Number of seats - 5
Established22 February 2016
Area claimed300m2
CurrencySingapore dollar (SGD) SGD 50 Paper f.jpg
Time zoneUTC +6
National sportFloorball Floorball ball.gif


The Yahabibi Sultanate (Malay: Kesultanan Yahabibi) (Chinese: 雅哈比比苏丹国) is a micronation located in the Republic of Singapore. The Yahabibi Sultanate has a fledging population of about 18 peoples, and its capital is Gameel, consisting of a building and road on a school soccer field. The Yahabibi Sultanate is led by a Sultan, Sultan Danial. The Yahabibi Sultanate is an absoulute monarchy. The Sultan does not reside in Gameel, but in a palace in the Republic of Singapore several kilometers away from the Sultanate. The Sultan does visit the territory of the Sultanate everyday.



Sultan Mukhtaar established the Yahabibi Sultanate on the 22nd of February, 2016. Mukhtaar and a number of Singaporean settlers, including the current Sultan Danial, first planted the flag of the Yahabibi on Gameel several days after establishment. Sultan Danial drew the plans for the flag of the Yahabibi and after agreeing with the Sultan and his court, the flag was put in use. Sultan Mukhtaar established the Yahabibi Army in the style of the Soviet Red Army, using their ranks and governing systems for the majority of 2016. Yahabibi population soared after mass-citizenship applications flooded the Immigration Office. Many people such as the current Prime Minister Brandon Chen and others joined the Yahabibi as immigrants in the later part of 2016. In the later part of 2016, a tired Sultan Mukhtaar abdicated to become the leader of the Patriots Party and left the throne to his loyal servant, Sultan Danial I. The Yahabibi flourished under Sultan Danial I's rule, and even appointed a heir to the throne as Princess Amira I, a Friend of the Sultan. Sultan Danial also appointed Prime Minister Brandon Chen of the United Yahabibi Party as Prime Minister of the Yahabibi.

Patriot Coup

As the power of the United Yahabibi Party soared, the former Sultan's Patriots Party was quite upset with the new development, viewing Sultan Danial to be a traitor for his actions. It was a few days after the United Yahabibi Party took control of the government when the former Sultan Mukhtaar proclaimed himself Sultan once again and declared a military coup against the Yahabibi. Half the military joined the uprising against Sultan Danial who was nearly assassinated on several occasions by Patriot forces. The uprising culminated in the Battle of the Main Hall when Sultan Danial and several of his forces were ambushed near the Main Hall in the Frontier Territory. The battle ended with Sultan Danial and his forces taking Mukhtaar as a prisoner of war while the Patriots surrendered. This was the first Yahabibi military victory, with heavy fighting near the main hall causing extremely minor to no injuries but causing the Patriots to surrender after their leader was captured. After a formal sign of surrender, Mukhtaar rejoined the Yahabibi Sultanate while the Patriot Party was still allowed to be a party in the Yahabibi, just without an armed wing.

Sultan Danial proclaimed everyone's lives to be back to normal after the coup, forcing stricter laws and even increasing his personal power.

Yahabibi-Fatimabebe War

Former Princess Amira I created her own group, the Fatimabebe, in November 2016. The former princess took along with her a full score of Yahabibi defectors and new recruits to the Fatimabebe group. Relations were neutral between the two groups, but they turned sour after Sultan Danial announced them as traitors and were committing treason. After the defection of a Yahabibi spy, war was declared on the Fatimabebe and frequent harrasment of citizens of both sides continued. Battles sprung out all around the Yahabibi, while heavy fighting caused the Sultan himself to be lightly injured by the Fatimabebe forces.

Heavy fighting spilled over into January 2017, and a bitter rivalry continued. Prime Minister Brandon Chen set out on a diplomatic mission to normalise relations in January 2017 but this was quickly halted when two Yahabibi spies in the Fatimabebe were discovered. They were immediately kicked out, followed by the Fatimabebe ending all diplomatic relations with the Yahabibi. The Fatimabebe told the Yahabibi government that the war was going on for too long and the never ending rivalry was not needed. After a discussion in parliament, the Yahabibi signed a white peace with the Fatimabebe in late January and promised peace between the two factions.

The two nations suffered greatly during the course of the war, and two members of both groups even left and created a splinter faction due to the war. In the end, most Yahabibi citizens felt nothing was won and were greatful that the war was finally over.

After the close of the war, several Yahabibi volunteer soldiers led by Sargent Nicholas J. staged a mutiny against the Yahabibi. This was the start of the Nicholas J. Insurgency.

Republic of Genutron

In January 2017, a Yahabibi officer by the name of Colonel Aaden left the Yahabibi to start the Republic of Genutron, which first aimed at being a mutinious rebellious state against the Yahabibi Sultanate. However, former Yahabibi general Justin Yeo joined forces with the Republic but wanted to stop the bloodshed and stepped in during the first stages of the conflict, he managed to broker a peace between a two nations and instead sign a formal military alliance, which was the Treaty of Gameel.

The Yahabibi and Genutron fought the Nicholas J. Insurgency with major losses and few successes, while leadership scuffles in Genutron caused many problems for the alliance. It was in early February when the Yahabibi wanted to get General Justin Yeo back in their ranks when tensions finally reached a breaking point with the Genutron. The Republic of Genutron President Aaden agreed to let the former general, now Prime Minister of Genutron, join the Yahabibi.

He insulted the Yahabibi and General Yeo, which caused an enraged Sultan Danial I declare war on the Genutron.


Unlike most micronations, the Yahabibi has a military called the Yahabibi Royal Guard. The official duties of the royal guard is to defend the Sultan and the borders of the nation, specifically Gameel. The Yahabibi Royal Guard is armed with wooden weaponry to defend and carry out their missions. The Yahabibi fought against another micronation, the Fatimabebe, which ended in a Yahabibi soldier getting wounded but the Fatimabebe surrendering. Thankfully, the Yahabibi military were not involved in many conflicts other than the revolution.

The commander in chief is General Justin Yeo with Major Reyes.J as the second-in-command.


The Yahabibi Sultanate has a very diverse population. Recent Yahabibi census has put the population at 18 people. Of the 18 people, 10 are Malay, 4 are Chinese, 1 is Tagalog, 1 is White (American) and two are Indian.

The same census reports that Islam is the most widely practised religion in the Yahabibi, followed by Christianity, Catholicism, Buddhism and Agnosticism.