The Kingdom of the Yellow Mountain is a new country that has recently appeared in a number of reports. But what is it and what the real reasons behind its establishment?
What is the Kingdom of the Yellow Mountain?
It is an Arab Islamic country that will be established by the beginning of 2020 in the Middle East region, specifically in North Africa between Egypt and Sudan on an area of 3000 square kilometers.
The new kingdom will enjoy all political and logistical characteristics like other world countries.
The system of government of the country will be ‘monarchy’ with Fawzy Al-Saud, an American of Syrian origin, as its king.
Meanwhile, Nadera Nassif, an American woman of Lebanese origin, has been named as the Kingdom’s Prime Minister.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Security will be Razan Al-Saud, an American of Syrian origin.
Nassif has recently announced the establishment of the new kingdom in a statement released on September 5.
She also announced that a governmental body, cabinet and a number of ministries would be formed for administrating the kingdom’s institutions.
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What’s behind the name?
The name of the kingdom comes due to the existence of a huge mountain called “Yektsi” in the geographical area specified for the establishment of the Kingdom between Egypt and Sudan.
This mountain is one of the largest mountains in the area and it is characterized by its bright golden yellow color.
The new state was created in this particular region, especially after the growing number of refugees and stateless persons around the world.
It also will include persons, who were denied citizenship in their countries due to their race, color, or religious affiliation.
The Kingdom will be a safe and stable haven for those homeless individuals.
The new country will also receive holders of scientific degrees in order to participate in building up the Kingdom and make it a strong one able to compete in the economic and industrial aspects.
The flags of the Kingdom and Saudi Arabia are similar to each other.
The kingdom’s flag appears in green colour, featuring in yellow an Arabic inscription: “In the name of Allah, the most graceful, the most merciful”.
There is clear similarity between the flags of the newly-established kingdom and Saudi Arabia.
Nassif, in her statement, pointed out to the sustainable development agenda 2030, which was repeatedly called for by Saudi Arabia.
This confirms that Saudi Arabia has the upper hand in establishing such a state to resolve refugee and immigration crises for its Western and American allies.