African Wars (NWO)

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African War
Iran War collage
Clockwise from top-left: a U.S. soldier acting as sniper support for other troops; Iran tests six of its ballistic missiles; the remains of a Tel Aviv district after a ballistic missile rocked the Israeli city; a U.S. ship in the Persian Gulf; several U.S. soldiers during an operation in Tehran; a view from a hilltop showing the Battle of Tehran.

February 6, 2019 - May 10, 2025

Location Iran
  • Allied victory.
  • Dissolution of the African Union
  • Occupation all of Africa under NATO control
  • Invasion of Iran
  • Hamas disbanded


  • Flag of the United StatesUnited States
  • Flag of TurkeyTurkey
  • Flag of CanadaCanada
  • Flag of the United KingdomUnited Kingdom
  • Flag of GermanyGermany
  • Flag of ItalyItaly
  • Flag of GreeceGreece
  • Flag of Czech RepublicCzech Republic


  • Flag of IsraelIsrael
  • Flag of IndiaIndia
  • Flag of Saudi ArabiaSaudi-Arabia
  • Flag of JapanJapan
  • Flag of South KoreaSouth Korea
  • Flag of AustraliaAustralia
  • Flag of the UAEUnited Arab Emirates
  • Flag of QatarQatar
  • Flag of JordanJordan

African Union:

  • Flag of IranIran
  • Flag of SyriaSyria
  • Flag of CameroonCameroon
  • Flag of NigeriaNigeria
  • Flag of BoliviaBolivia
  • Flag of LibyaLibya
  • Flag of VenezuelaVenezuela
  • Flag of HezbollahHezbollah
  • Flag of HamasHamas
  • Flag of AfghanistanAfghanistan


  • 5 Million Troops
  • 100,000 Tanks
  • 10,000 Warplanes
  • 1,560 Naval Ships


  • 4.2 Million Troops
  • 30,000 Tanks
  • 6,000 Warplanes
  • 2,000 Naval ships.
  • 1.6 Million Extra Troops


  • 3 Million Troops
  • 10,000 Tanks
  • 1,000 Warplanes
  • 800 Naval ships.
  • 1.6 Million Extra Troops

African Union

  • 2.5 Million Troops
  • 6,000 Tanks
  • 5,000 Warplanes
  • 870 Naval ships

The War in Afria, also known as the African, was a large military conflict that began on February 3rd, 2012 after Saudi Navy forces assaulted several United States ships in the Persian Gulf before blocking the Strait of Hormuz. The preludes to the war were the various sanctions that were put on Iran by the United States and Iran's nuclear program. The sanctions led to growing tensions between Iran and the United States, and as a result, Iran brandished their nuclear arms against the world. As

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