The old ways are over. I make my own way.
Jacob Holn, War Veteran
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Islamic Republic
Predominant Religion
Predominant Language
Member States
Afghanistan, Bahrain, Brunei, Iran, Mauritania, Oman, Pakistan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Morocco, Qatar, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Burkina Faso, Gambia, Guinea, Mali, Senegal, Chad, Djibouti, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Muslim World united against their common enemies in 2134 and took the name of Ummah. This large block of stout religious followers has become a force to be recognized and feared.

Notable Cities

The formerly war-torn Israel is now mostly a living museum. The wall was torn down immediately after the Final Exodus.

”Safe” Cities
Cities rated with a survival rate of over 50%
  • Jerusalem, Israel
  • Tehran, Iran
”Locked” Cities
Cities rated with a survival rate below 50%
  • Baghdad, Iraq
  • Cairo, Egypt

Other Notable Locations

Though the larger metropolis urban areas do house the majority of the population, numerous ventures are handled in the rural regions to prevent interference from gangs and warlords and to facilitate survival should nuclear war erupt.

Mecca, Saudi Arabia
The Holy City is the cultural heart and soul of Ummah, and its true seat of power. Tehran may hold the politicians, but the Ayatollah and the mystics reside here, and the people tune their ears towards Mecca.

Current Political Topics


Ummah can be seen represented in black.


The constant topic of Ummah is the spreading of the one “true” religion and the removal of all heretics.

Culture of Ummah

The culture of Ummah is solely that of Muslim history, ideology, and belief.

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