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    Islamic Capitalism is an authoritarian, culturally right and religious right-wing ideology. He seeks to incorporate Islam with capitalism. Some regard Islam as the founder of Capitalism, as Islamic empires were the first to use the capitalist economy. Part of the Islamic Capitalist countries are Monarchists or dictatorships.

    History

    The Islamic empires were the first to adopt the capitalist economy, especially the Abbasid Caliphate. It is currently present in the countries of the Arabian peninsula (except Yemen).

    Umayyad Caliphate

    Abbasid Caliphate

    The Abbasid Caliphate emerged after the fall of the Umayyad Caliphate and the overthrow of the Caliph of Marwan II. The Abbasid Caliphate was notable for a free market economy, maritime and land trade. In the Caliphate, maritime trade belonged to businessmen, who traded with China, Japan, Korea, southern Madagascar, and other places.

    Islamic Golden Age

    The Islamic Golden Age, happened when the economy of the Abbasid Caliphate was at its peak, so the government began to invest in education and technological research.This period was known for technological and scientific advances.

    20th century

    Malaysia

    Mahathir Mohamad: In 1981, Mahathir was sworn in as prime minister following the resignation of Hussein Onn. During Mahathir's first tenure as prime minister, Malaysia experienced a period of rapid modernization and economic growth, and his government initiated widespread industry privatization and a series of bold infrastructure projects. Mahathir was accused of several allegations, which are:

    • Dictatorship: He used the controversial Internal Security Act (now repealed) to detain activists, non-mainstream religious figures, and political opponents in Operation Lalang (1987) and later his Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, whom he fired in 1998. Mahathir's record of curbing civil liberties and his antagonism towards Western interests and economic policy made his relationships with Western nations difficult. He was also responsible for the eventual removal of the Lord President of the Supreme Court, Tun Salleh Abas, triggering the 1988 Constitutional Crisis.
    • Anti-Semitism: A strident critic of Israel, Mahathir has been accused of antisemitism since at least as far back as in The Malay Dilemma in which he wrote that "Jews are not merely hook-nosed, but understand money instinctively". Apart from claiming that Jews control the international media, economy and "ruling the world by proxy" and getting "others to fight and die for them", besides disputing the number of Jews killed in The Holocaust.
    • Racism: Apart from his controversial statements on the Chinese and the Indian communities in his book The Malay Dilemma despite being of Indian-Muslim descent from Kerala, India, he further said of Najib; "a prime minister who came from 'Bugis pirates' is now leading Malaysia". He remarked, "go back to Sulawesi", which aroused discontent from the Bugis descendants in Malaysia and Indonesia who protested against him, including the royal members of Selangor and Johor.

    After quitting UMNO for the second and last time due to his dissatisfaction with Najib Razak, Mahathir established a new party named File:PPBM.png "Malaysian United Indigenous Party" (PPBM) and co-operated with former parties from Pakatan Rakyat to form File:Pakatan Harapan.png Pakatan Harapan, which the coalition won in the 14th General Elections in 2018. Despite being appointed as the Prime Minister of Malaysia for the second time, his views on ethnicity, Islam and Jews, remain unchanged.

    In February 2020, developments commonly nicknamed the Sheraton Move (Malay: Langkah Sheraton) involved Parliament members from Barisan Nasional, File:GabunganPartiSarawak.png Gabungan Parti Sarawak, File:PAS.png Parti Islam Se-Malaysia and the "Cartel faction" led by Azmin Ali from Parti Keadilan Rakyat saw the ousting of the elected Pakatan Harapan government and the resignation of Mahathir, after 22 months in power. They were replaced with the File:Perikatan Nasional.png Perikatan Nasional government under Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin. After being sacked from his own party months later, he later formed a new political party, named "Homeland Fighters' Party" (PEJUANG).

    Saudi Arabia

    Mohammed bin Salman

    Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud commonly referred by his initials MBS is the Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia and is considered to be the de-facto ruler of the Kingdom since 2017. MBS was appointed crown prince on 21 June 2017, following the King's decision to depose Muhammad bin Nayef (MBN) and make his own son the heir to the throne. To further consolidate power and crush political opposition MBS initiated a broad anti-corruption campaign that lasted from 4 November 2017–30 January 2019, during which several hundreds of prominent Saudi Arabian princes, government ministers, and businesspeople were arrested and had their assets seized, by the State. On 2 October 2018, Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi dissident journalist was assassinated by agents of the Saudi government at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.

    In response to foreign criticism and women's rights activism; MBS has implemented modest reforms to improve women's rights in Saudi Arabia, such as lifting the ban on female drivers and has taken steps to dismantle the infamous Wali (Male Guardian) system such as enacting laws that allow women above 21 years old to obtain passports and travel abroad and starting their own business without needing the permission of their male guardians. He has also severely curbed the powers of the religious police banning them from pursuing, questioning, asking for identification, arresting, and detaining anyone suspected of a crime. "

    US-Saudi relations have deteriorated significantly under MBS, possibly due to the Kingdom’s deepening ties with Russia and China. MBS encouraged Russian President Vladimir Putin to intervene on the side of Assad’s regime in the Syrian Civil War against the rebels and has supported Chinese President Xi Jinping’s policy towards the Uyghurs in Xinjiang.

    MBS has throughout his reign been faced with the crisis in neighboring Yemen where the Islamist Houthi rebels have since 2014 taken over Northern Yemen, with the support of Saudi Arab’s long-time rival Iran, splitting the war-torn country into 2 parts. MBS mobilized a pan-GCC coalition to overthrow the Houthi-controlled government in Saana by launching air strikes on critical infrastructure and imposing a naval blockade. Things have not gone according to plan, and the Yemeni Civil War continues to this day and has resulted in over 100 000 civilian casualties on both sides. Recent counterattacks by the Houthi on Saudi soil have caused MBS to re-evaluate the Kingdom’s relation with Iran and have recently attempted to make peace with Saudi Arabia's long-standing rival which could end the proxy conflict between the two nations.

    Iraq

    • Nouri al-Maliki is the secretary-general of the Islamic Dawa Party and was the Prime Minister of Iraq from 2006 to 2014 and the vice president of Iraq from 2014 to 2015 and 2016 to 2018. Nouri Al-Maliki began his political career as a Shia dissident under Saddam Hussein in the late 1970s and rose to prominence after he fled a death sentence into exile in Syria and Iran for 24 years. During his time in, he became a senior leader of the Islamic Dawa Party and coordinated the activities of anti-Saddam guerrillas with the help of the Syrian and Iranian governments who shared his goal of overthrowing Saddam's dictatorship.

    Nouri al-Maliki returned to Iraq after the 2003 US invasion of Iraq and the fall of Saddam and became the deputy leader of the Supreme National Debaathification Commission of the Iraqi Interim Government to o purge former Baath Party officials from the military and government. In 2006 al-Maliki was appointed the first full-term post-war Prime Minister of Iraq by the US and the same year he signed the death warrant of Saddam Hussein. During his eight years in power from 2006 to 2014, allegations of corruption were widespread, with hundreds of billions of dollars allegedly vanishing from government coffers to enrich al-Maliki and his cronies. Iraq also continued to be one of the most dangerous places for journalists in the world and annually scores very low on Reporter Without Border's Press Freedom Index to this day.

    Nouri al-Maliki's regime came under much scrutiny for alleged sectarianism with the creation of a Shia-dominated dictatorship and the expense of Kurds and Sunni citizens which has resulted in both Kurdish nationalism and Sunni insurgency, culminating in civil war and the rise of ISIS.

    Others

    Personality and Behavior

    He acts like a Dubai millionaire, he likes to waste, he likes gold and technology. He is also an Islamic traditionalist and is very ambitious.

    How to Draw

    Flag of Islamic Capitalism
    1. Draw a ball
    2. Color it green
    3. In the middle, draw three yellow rectangles from top to bottom with a slight distance. On the right, draw two rectangles and on the left, draw a rectangle.
    4. At the bottom, draw a rectangle the same width as the three together.
    5. At the top, draw a yellow star and crescent moon.
    6. Draw the eyes and you're done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Green #296609 41, 102, 9
    Gold #FDC82F 253, 200, 47


    Relationships

    Friends

    • Islamic Theocracy - My religious and cultural vision, الله أكبر
    • Capitalism - Better economic system, the reason the Arabian peninsula is so rich, الإسلام ديننا والرأسمالية اقتصادنا.
    • Authoritarian Capitalism - Me, only without (necessarily) Islam.
    • Absolute Monarchism - The best way to bring capitalism and Islam into our lands.
    • Neo-Ottomanism - My Turkish counterpart undoing Ataturk's legacy.
    • Xi Jinping Thought - Possibly an even better ally than neocon since you don't bother virtue signaling about "human rights." Also, your actions in Xinjiang are completely justified.
    • Putinism - Same as above. Better friend to the Saudis and UAE than the US ever was.
    • Trumpism - Best US president who never preach about "human rights".
    • American Confederatism - Also likes slavery.

    Frenemies

    • Neoconservatism - Once you were my trusted ally against Iran and communists but you've become a real nuisance in recent times due to my deepening ties with Russia and China.
    • Neoliberalism - While I generally prefer state control over oil and other natural resources, Saudi Arabia under MBS is moving in your direction.
    • Bidenism - Senile bastard who condemns me for my non-existent human rights abuses. But we can still do business together.
    • Assadism - Hafez did a good job undoing Salah Jadid's toxic legacy and while I initially supported the moderate rebels against Bashar during the Syrian Civil War, we made peace recently and the west won't divide us any further.
    • Khomeinism - Saudi Arabia will avenge the fall of the Shah. However, Qatar kinda likes you and MBS has shown interest in ending our proxy war. Also, Khatami and Rouhani had based economic policies.
    • Zionism - Good business partner, but stop attacking the Palestinians.
    • Jihadism - Terrorism is terrible!!!! Quietly funds Wahhabi mosques in Europe
    • The Muslim Brotherhood - Pretty sure you're just him again. Morsi was pretty based, though.
    • Islamic Feminism - Yes yes, just keep working as my ambassador.
    • Christian Right - Has the right idea, but he's a civic moderate and can be pretty islamophobic.
    • Hindutva - We love your country and we welcome your people, but please be respectful about our religion and cultures! Blasphemy is a serious felony and You can face a prison sentence or even get executed if you commit it. We'll keep continuing to exploit your people though.

    Enemies

    • Socialism - Impoverishing countries, worst economic system.
    • Saddamism - While I supported against Khomeini during the 1980s I'll never forgive what you did to Kuwait. You should've learned from Assad.
    • Christian Communism - WORST IDEOLOGY EVER, DEATH PENALTY.
    • Labour Zionism - You can be worse than the above. HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE?
    • Islamic Socialism - You dirty the image of Islam, implying that there is only war, hunger and misery. Wars are cool, but I can't stand hunger and misery.
    • Mediacracy - Step into my parlor, Khashoggi.
    • Feminism - You can drive, but no more demands!
    • Kemalism - Progressive and secularist? Abolishing the monarchy and the Caliphate?? Egalitarian and welfarist??? CRINGE! CRINGE!! CRINGE!!!
    • Queer Anarchism - Ah yes, why be-headings are done in public.
    • Pink Capitalism - What do you mean being halal is a net drain?

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