al-Dhaid

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al-Dhaid

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A brief history.

 The town of New al-Dhaid was originally settled by 150 families of the original Islamic exodus from Sol. It has a population of 265,000. The current vali of the province is Aisha Hasan al-Saqqaf. (( @Partiϟan )). She is the first female vali and is largely adored by the Dhaidi citizens as a model citizen.

The town remained peaceful during the time of the Maladh Republic, and was ignored during the Caliphate revolution because of its tactical unimportance - the town is isolated within the al-Khaimah desert and so offered no advantage to either fighting force.

 

The township is favored by its inhabitants for its scenic views, a series of hydroponics turned the barren desert into arable land raised above the shifting sands. Smaller surrounding settlements are reached via a sand-skiff, which provide the only secure access to the town from a secure checkpoint. This checkpoint searches all visitors on entry and exit for haram substances and weaponry, as to maintain peace in the idyllic town.

 

Not much of historic note has taken place in the town, other than the birth of a few viziers and lawyers. Beyond usage as a quiet retreat for the Emirati, the town is mostly used as a layover point for sandskiff cruises of the Maladhi deserts.

 

The town was recently opened to outsiders of Maladh to increase stagnating trade and to promote peaceful relations between the ummah and the kuffar. The Caliph himself praised the decision, as he wished to display the virtues of the Caliphate to outsiders.

 

The Laws of the Land

The laws of New al-Dhaid, as with the laws of all other vassals of the Caliphate, are Sharia. The laws of the land are adhered to strictly by the citizens, rendering the place near-utopian. The Mutaween act as the religious police, encouraging virtue and preventing vice within New al-Dhaid. The area is concealed carry only, checkpoints and strict Mutaween enforcement stop people from bringing in any larger weapons.

All foreigners who beam down arrive at the checkpoint, which screens and filters those who could possibly present a danger to the city, both physically and spiritually. The city can only be reached by the checkpoint’s skiff, which can only be boarded when foreigners have been properly registered, and the women have been properly covered. Free hijabs are provided at the entry doors.

Off the teleporter foreigners are not privileged to any forms of privacy or security. The Mutaween is not obliged to defend them in an attack, nor are they obliged to come to their aid if a crime has been committed against them. Until a foreigner becomes either a Muslim or a Dhimmi, they are almost entirely alienated from the law’s protection.

Foreigners may apply to become Dhimmi if they are non-Muslim, which will allow them to purchase a skiff, and consume haram substances in their own privacy, or areas sanctioned for Dhimmi, such as nightclubs. They cannot run for a position of vali, only Muslims may participate in the administration. Protection of the law is guaranteed only to Muslims and Dhimmi.

The Mutaween can only be comprised of Muslims, though vigilantism from Dhimmi against non-Muslims is not illegal, and is often encouraged if it aids the Mutaween.

Muslims that wish to obtain government positions must contact the city’s appointed vali, or marry into nobility.

Being a foreigner does not give exemption to the law.

 

  1. Consuming and distribution of haram substances is punishable by death, but Dhimmi may consume such substances in special areas denoted for them.

  2. Theft is punishable by amputation of the right hand.

  3. Criticizing or denying any part of the Quran is punishable by death.

  4. Criticizing Muhammad or denying that he is a prophet is punishable by death.

  5. Criticizing or denying Allah is punishable by death.

  6. A non-Muslim who leads a Muslim away from Islam is punishable by death.

  7. A Muslim who becomes a non-Muslim is punishable by death.

  8. A woman cannot drive a car nor sand-skiff, as it leads to fitnah (rebellion).

  9. A woman cannot speak alone to a man who is not her husband or relative.

  10. Hajj is mandatory, biannually.

  11. Women must remain covered.

  12. A non-Muslim assaulting a Muslim is punishable by death.

  13. Being an adherent of a non-Dhimma faith is punishable by deportation and thirty lashes.

  14. Interfering with the Mutaween is punishable by seventy five lashes.

  15. Disrespecting the Mutaween is punishable by two days in prison, twenty lashes.

  16. Failure for a non-Muslim citizen to pay their Jizya fee will result in either a mandatory conversion or death.

  17. Harming the free market is punishable by sixty lashes.

  18. Criticizing the current ruling administration is only permitted by Muslims, and only on certain platforms. All other instances lead to one hundred lashes and possible deportation.

  19. Depicting Muhammad is punishable by death.

  20. Any questionable material bought inside of an area marked for Dhimmis cannot be brought out, the punishment for doing so is death or deportation.

  21. No member of the Jewry is permitted in the Caliphate, it is punishable by death.

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((Are punishments actually carried out IC? or off screen?))

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29 minutes ago, Lucian said:

((Are punishments actually carried out IC? or off screen?))

(( IC. Any laws broken have actual consequences. The guillotines in the town square are there for a reason :-] ))

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4 hours ago, Hjalmar said:

(( IC. Any laws broken have actual consequences. The guillotines in the town square are there for a reason :-] ))

((Question two, OOC is the goverment at all corrupt))

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17 minutes ago, Lucian said:

((Question two, OOC is the goverment at all corrupt))

(( The government isn't OOC ))

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10 hours ago, Lucian said:

((Question two, OOC is the goverment at all corrupt))

(( IC, the government is very devout, and stuff like bribery and lying is against Sharia law, so just wouldn't be done. Anything of the sort would be entirely out of character.

Edit for clarity's sake:

If someone is a government official they must be devout and love Allah, heretics and those of heathen faiths would have difficulty making it to a position of actual governmental importance due to religion having centre stage in ICIF society.

It would be like asking if an American official hated America, especially in an Islamic caliphate, the state is the religion (all laws having a religious basis, religious leaders such as Imams having considerable local-government power etc).

Any accusations of corruption are accusations of a lack of faith (and patriotism) due to the role of not lying/honesty being tied explicitly to Sharia law. ))

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2 hours ago, Hjalmar said:

(( IC, the government is very devout, and stuff like bribery and lying is against Sharia law, so just wouldn't be done. Anything of the sort would be entirely out of character. ))

Gotcha

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Now name me please one reason to visit it?

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On 6/18/2017, 9:05:53, Kwena said:

Now name me please one reason to visit it?

here you go

On 5/31/2017, 11:06:02, Hjalmar said:

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al-Dhaid

Bastion of Faith

_________________

A brief history.

 The town of New al-Dhaid was originally settled by 150 families of the original Islamic exodus from Sol. It has a population of 265,000. The current vali of the province is Aisha Hasan al-Saqqaf. (( @Partiϟan )). She is the first female vali and is largely adored by the Dhaidi citizens as a model citizen.

The town remained peaceful during the time of the Maladh Republic, and was ignored during the Caliphate revolution because of its tactical unimportance - the town is isolated within the al-Khaimah desert and so offered no advantage to either fighting force.

 

The township is favored by its inhabitants for its scenic views, a series of hydroponics turned the barren desert into arable land raised above the shifting sands. Smaller surrounding settlements are reached via a sand-skiff, which provide the only secure access to the town from a secure checkpoint. This checkpoint searches all visitors on entry and exit for haram substances and weaponry, as to maintain peace in the idyllic town.

 

Not much of historic note has taken place in the town, other than the birth of a few viziers and lawyers. Beyond usage as a quiet retreat for the Emirati, the town is mostly used as a layover point for sandskiff cruises of the Maladhi deserts.

 

The town was recently opened to outsiders of Maladh to increase stagnating trade and to promote peaceful relations between the ummah and the kuffar. The Caliph himself praised the decision, as he wished to display the virtues of the Caliphate to outsiders.

 

The Laws of the Land

The laws of New al-Dhaid, as with the laws of all other vassals of the Caliphate, are Sharia. The laws of the land are adhered to strictly by the citizens, rendering the place near-utopian. The Mutaween act as the religious police, encouraging virtue and preventing vice within New al-Dhaid. The area is concealed carry only, checkpoints and strict Mutaween enforcement stop people from bringing in any larger weapons.

All foreigners who beam down arrive at the checkpoint, which screens and filters those who could possibly present a danger to the city, both physically and spiritually. The city can only be reached by the checkpoint’s skiff, which can only be boarded when foreigners have been properly registered, and the women have been properly covered. Free hijabs are provided at the entry doors.

Off the teleporter foreigners are not privileged to any forms of privacy or security. The Mutaween is not obliged to defend them in an attack, nor are they obliged to come to their aid if a crime has been committed against them. Until a foreigner becomes either a Muslim or a Dhimmi, they are almost entirely alienated from the law’s protection.

Foreigners may apply to become Dhimmi if they are non-Muslim, which will allow them to purchase a skiff, and consume haram substances in their own privacy, or areas sanctioned for Dhimmi, such as nightclubs. They cannot run for a position of vali, only Muslims may participate in the administration. Protection of the law is guaranteed only to Muslims and Dhimmi.

The Mutaween can only be comprised of Muslims, though vigilantism from Dhimmi against non-Muslims is not illegal, and is often encouraged if it aids the Mutaween.

Muslims that wish to obtain government positions must contact the city’s appointed vali, or marry into nobility.

Being a foreigner does not give exemption to the law.

 

  1. Consuming and distribution of haram substances is punishable by death, but Dhimmi may consume such substances in special areas denoted for them.

  2. Theft is punishable by amputation of the right hand.

  3. Criticizing or denying any part of the Quran is punishable by death.

  4. Criticizing Muhammad or denying that he is a prophet is punishable by death.

  5. Criticizing or denying Allah is punishable by death.

  6. A non-Muslim who leads a Muslim away from Islam is punishable by death.

  7. A Muslim who becomes a non-Muslim is punishable by death.

  8. A woman cannot drive a car nor sand-skiff, as it leads to fitnah (rebellion).

  9. A woman cannot speak alone to a man who is not her husband or relative.

  10. Hajj is mandatory, biannually.

  11. Women must remain covered.

  12. A non-Muslim assaulting a Muslim is punishable by death.

  13. Being an adherent of a non-Dhimma faith is punishable by deportation and thirty lashes.

  14. Interfering with the Mutaween is punishable by seventy five lashes.

  15. Disrespecting the Mutaween is punishable by two days in prison, twenty lashes.

  16. Failure for a non-Muslim citizen to pay their Jizya fee will result in either a mandatory conversion or death.

  17. Harming the free market is punishable by sixty lashes.

  18. Criticizing the current ruling administration is only permitted by Muslims, and only on certain platforms. All other instances lead to one hundred lashes and possible deportation.

  19. Depicting Muhammad is punishable by death.

  20. Any questionable material bought inside of an area marked for Dhimmis cannot be brought out, the punishment for doing so is death or deportation.

  21. No member of the Jewry is permitted in the Caliphate, it is punishable by death.

 

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thanks i have read post, still no reasons

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