Muhammad Khomeini

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Dr. Muhammad Seyyad al-Baqir Khomeini
Political Position(s): Ayatollah of the Islamic Union of Arabia
Term of Office: March 15, 1986 - present
Predecessor: None
Successor: Incumbent
Birthdate: July 19, 1954
Place of Birth: Muscat, Oman
Nationality: Arabian
Ethnicity: Arabic
Spouse: None
Profession(s): Imam, politician
Islamic sect: Shi'a
Languages Spoken: Arabic, Russian, Farsi, Mandarin Chinese, Kakwa, English, German, Greek
  • Doctorate of Theology
  • Doctorate of Islamic Studies
  • Doctorate of Social Sciences
  • Master's of Law in International Law
  • Master's of Arts in International Economics and Finance
  • Master's of Arts in Political Science
  • Master's of Arts in Public Administration

Ayatollah, Grand Imam, Ahlul Bayt, Alim, Amir al-Muminin, Halal, Nabi, Sheikh, Muhammad Seyyad al-Baqir Khomeini, Th.D., D.I.S., D.S.Sc.,, MA.ief,, M.P.A., Liberator of Arabia, Grand Ayatollah of Islam, and Defender of the Land of the Two Mosques, is the head of government of the Islamic Union of Arabia. Born in 1954 in Muscat, Oman to Muhammad and Naqui Khomeini.


Muhammad was born on July 19, 1954, to Muhammad and Naqui Khomeini in a poorer district of Oman. From a young age, Khomeini was brought up in an ultraconservative, Islamic environment. He moved at the age of two and was raised by an Omani, Saudi army Colonel and a home-maker mother. His father ingrained in him from a young age that Western civilization was a corrupting kafir force that wished to undermine and subvert the Muslim community. This belief was burned into the adolescent Khomeini when his father was executed by Israeli forces for "conspiring to commit crimes against the Jewish community."

After his father execution in Jerusalem, Khomeini became the head of his household and began working at age fifteen in the Saudi military while pursuing academics on the side. At an early age he became entranced by Islamic studies and began studying to become a Muslim cleric. However, before he was able to achieve the status, he was drawn into Middle Eastern politics and the strive to create a Pan-Islamic, Pan-Arab state.

During his political studies, Khomeini quickly joined a Pan-Islamic militia known as the Riyadh Martyr Brigade and began carrying out attacks on the pro-Western Saudi government. While in this time of turmoil - amazingly - Khomeini was capable of completing his studies of Islam and religion and becoming a highly respected, Muslim cleric. He achieved the honorary title of Sheikh at an early age and became leader of the Riyadh Martyr Brigade before renaming it the Abu Muhammad Martyr Brigade and carrying out an unprecedented number of suicide bombings all across Saudi Arabia.

For his Pan-Islamic, anti-Western, anti-Saudi sentiments, Khomeini was placed in a Saudi prison for a life term; however, due to bureaucratic problems during the beginning of the conflicts between the pro-West and anti-West Middle East, he was released after three years with a more militant and radical anti-Saudi sentiment. For this reasons and his fugitive status, Khomeini moved to Oman to continue his rebellious activities.

Khomeini was one of - if not the - key figure behind the creation of the Pan-Islamic Union that engaged in war against the Saudi Bloc. He here achieved his title of Grand Imam and began his first official political career. On February 26, 1986, Khomeini issued a fatwa calling for an Arabian Intifada against the kafir within the Middle East - particularly the Arabian Peninsula. This caused a massive uproar against pro-Western nations and caused them - out of fear and expansionist greed - to invade much of the Middle East and claiming large tracks of land.

Khomeini's response to this - mostly the threat of invasion of northern Saudi Arabia from fearful Western forces - called for him to launch the final strike against Riyadh. On March 15, 1986, Saudi Arabia fell to the Pan-Islamic Union. Soon after, the remainder of the Saudi Bloc surrendered to Khomeini's forces and ended with the creation of the Islamic Union of Arabia.

This new - and some consider last of her kind - nation is lead by the recently declared Ayatollah Khomeini. While still called Imam Khomeini to supporters, Muhammad's official title remains Ayatollah. Arabia under Khomeini has turned from a collection of pro-Western nations, to a union of Islamic fundamentalist states.


Jihad against the West

Khomeini has not kept it hidden that he believes Israel has no right to exist. On March 25, 2006, he issued his legendary Jihad Kafir Fatwa (Holy War Against the Deceivers Declaration) which called for:

  • The destruction of Israel
  • The removal of Crusaders and all pro-Western nations in the Middle East
  • And the creation of a united, Pan-Islamic, Pan-Arabic Middle East

This fatwa has caused considerable controversy in many pro-Western Middle Eastern nations including Israel and Greece - both who consider Arabia a threat to sovereignty, but has too much control over global economics to strike.

Crimes against humanity

Khomeini's regime has been accused of gassing massive amounts of Saudi prisoners of war after the Arabian Intifada. The United Nations, European Union, and Amnesty International have declared the IUA a clerical fascist state and an oppressive theocracy. Both claims have been denied by the Council of Viziers, but all but ignored by the Ayatollah himself.

Due to the Ayatollah's massive charisma and his sway over international politics and economics, many consider him untouchable by foreign groups and nations. Yet, this has not kept several groups from trying. Khomeini has had three assassination attempts carried out on him by Israeli subversives wishing to destroy the single-most holy prophet since Muhammad himself. Israel has denied this claims adamantly.