Battle of Keita
An ambushed Deltarian patrol van.
   Date    2307 - 2321
   Location    Kafuristan
   Result     Kafuristani Revolution
        *Overthrown Economic Party government
        *Occupation of Kafuristan by Deltarian Empire.
        *Increased violence between Kafuristani Factions
        *Enslavement of Kafuristanis
    The True Government of Kafuristan, rebels, numerous religious factions, and communist guerrillas.     Deltarian Empire
   150,000 soldiers,    30,000 regulars,
       80,000 conscripts,
   24,000 dead(?),    1,000 dead(?),
   30,400 wounded(?)    2,900 wounded(?)
   650,000 Civilians Killed    (estimated)

The Kafuristani conflict, beginning around 2307, resulted from the collapse of the Democratic Party and the Economic Party's consolidation of power, it is the important mark of history in Kafuristan and is considered the culmination of theocracy in Kafuristan.


History of the ConflictEdit

In April 2320, the rebel opposition nearly equaled Deltarian troops stationed in Kafuristan and battles began to favor the Kafuristani rebel groups. By September 2320, Deltarian troops began to withdraw as casulties rose and their Kafuristani counterparts was at the brink of victory. However the death toll and damage to the infrastructure took twenty years to rebuild after Kafuristani rebels targeted undefended bridges and underdefended power plants.

International ReactionEdit

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Genocide ClaimsEdit

New Kafuristan Flag Kafuri Peninsula
al-Kasraj (capital)
Regions & Territories Abi'nadi Flag Abi'nadiJerze'har Flag Jerze'harNekkah Flag NekkahO'mer Flag O'merPabeus Flag Pabeus
Ahaz Flag Ahazi RepublicNorth Kafuristan Flag North Kafuristan800PX-Union-tuniso-libyenne Republic of Akmed
Political Parties Asly Socialist Party (Pabeus)Black Scorpion AllianceHizb al-Ba'th al-Qafuri al-Qawmi
Demographics Religion: Abadi, Apostolic Church of the East, IsraismEthnicity: Majatrans, Badaran Bedouins, Asli
Notable People & Families Grand Ayatholla Abu Bakr al-HashemHouse of Al-MajaliHouse of Al-ShababNasri FamilyNouri al-BaghdadiSamir al-AzizHouse of Almudhannab