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Hizb Islam was CyberNation's first known Islamic alliance. As a religious alliance, it was the Muslim equivalent to the Christian Coalition of Countries, Team JESUS or the Arctic Byzantine Alliance.

Little is currently known of Hizb Islam (English, Party of Islam or Party of Submission). The alliance apparently was established some time in the last half of 2006, and had disbanded before February 2007. Hizb Islam became entangled in a disastrous dispute with FAN, who subsequently hammered them to near extinction.

Rumors abound that at the same time, there had either been an internal split between the more peaceful, moderate alliance members and its more aggressive ones, or that its leadership had been infiltrated by a spy intent on destroying Hizb Islam from within. Whichever the case, what would have been a potentially significant alliance instead fell apart under the intense pressure placed upon it, both internally and externally.

It is speculated that most of the genuinely Muslim nations and rulers involved with Hizb Islam left CyberNations altogether when their alliance disbanded.

Eternal link: Hizb Islam Forum


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Religious Alliances
Religious Affiliation CurrentDefunct
Christian Christian Coalition of Countries Catholic Alliance | CROWN | Irish Republican Army | Team JESUS | Arctic Byzantine Alliance
Muslim Hizb Islam | Jamahiriya (1st) | Jamahiriya (2nd)
Mixed Religions Holy Roman Empire
Internet Religions United Pastafarian Alliance Coalition | SOS Brigade (Standard Edition) | SOS Brigade (Tournament Edition)
Semi-Religious League of United Armenians | Order of the Sword | Serbian Knights Alliance
ZI Club | Trollwitch Defense Force
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