Tsabara

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Transtsabaran Federation

اتحاد ترانستزاباران

Al-itihad Ebersabar
Fédération Transtsabaran
מְדִינַת צָבָּר

Medinat Tsabar
Coat of arms
CapitalAdunis
Official languages
Ethnic groups
Religion
Demonym(s)Tsabaran
GovernmentPresidential federation
• President
Atwan al-Tughluq
• Premier
Furqaan el-Hashmi
LegislatureGrand Assembly
Population
• Estimate
~50,000,000?

Tsabara (Tsabari Badawiyan: صبارـبَ Sabara [sˁɑbæ:rɑ], Atudite: צָבָּרא Tsabarah [t͡säbärä:]), officially the Trantsabaran Federation (Badawiyan: اتحاد عبرصبار Al-itihad Ebersabar, Atudite: מְדִינַת צָבָּר Medinat Tsabar [me̞diˈnät t͡säbär];, Gaullican: Fédération Transtsabaran), is a country in Badawiya. Tsabara is bordered to the north by Akalia, to the west by Carcosa, to the south by Denikert, and it shares a maritime border with Florena. The country's proximity to the Aurean Straits give it geostrategic importance. Adunis is the country's capital and largest city, as well as its leading economic, spiritual and cultural centre.

Approximately 40-45% of the country's citizens identify themselves as Badawiyan. Atudites are the largest minority at about 35% of the population; other ethnic minorities include Drapeuntes, Suhalans, Öroqs, Gaibans, Dens, and Larsams. Official languages include Badawiyan and Atudite, while Gaullican is the language of government. Minority languages spoken today in Tsabara include Öroqic, Suhalan, Gaiban, Denic, Larsamic, and several others.

At various points in its history, the region has been inhabited by diverse civilizations including the Larsams, Artics, Demiscians, Solarians, Badawiyans, and Dens. Solarianisation started after the conquest of the area in x BC by the Solarian Republic and continued into the Imperial and Verliquioan eras. The Badawiyans began migrating into the coastal area traditionally associated with Tsabara proper in the 7th century under the Caliphate. The Caliphate ruled the area until 10xx BC, when it lost control of most of the coast to the Crusader States. Beginning in the late 13th-century, the Caliphate started retaking lost land from the crusaders, but not long after collapsed. The area was eventually united by the Khalji Dynasty in the late 16th century. During the reign of Ibrahim the Lawgiver the Khalji Empire encompassed much of Tsabara, Akalia and northern Denikert.

In 18xx, a diplomatic incident and subsequent invasion put the country under the control of the Gaullica. After a failed uprising several years later the Khalji Sultan was deposed and the area formally annexed into Gaullica. During this period Gaullica encouraged immigration of its Atudite minority as well as Gaullicans, who later became known as Drapeuntes. The construction of the Adunis-Abirabe railway was started in Tsabara and considered the top-priority of the colonial regime. After the Great War Tsabara became independent as an independent republic after a short mandate period under Estmere, though the Drapeuntes-Atudite led government collapsed after the Solarian Wars and it became a socialist state. It transitioned to democracy in the 1980s after popular protests, and has recently transitioned from a semi-presidential parliamentary republic into a presidential one under President Atwan's reforms.

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Solarian and Verliquioan

Caliphate and the Crusades

Khalji Dynasty

Gaullican Tsabara

Transtabaran Federation

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