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The Arab Syndicate is a villainous organization involved in the Cold War II series and an enemy of the European Intelligence Network. The organization is based mostly in the Middle East but it also has alliances in Afghanistan and East Turkey.

History and origins

The Arab Syndicate's origins can be traced back to the end of the Syrian Civil War in 2020 but even though the War had ended the Middle East and indeed the world had the problems of the Islamic State which still had it's place in Iraq and other controlling territories.

At first the Syndicate was shown as being heroic as it managed to control ISIL and killed off many of it's leaders and with the assistance of the world ISIL was defeated with it's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi being killed in Syria. With his death other fighters began laying down their arms but though the Syndicate helped the West it immediately refused to give up any hostages.

Ali Khan quickly became more and more Anti-Western deeming Western punishments as too lax and many Western Army commanders having a gross amount of unconcern for their troops so as he slowly began to gain control of the situation he expelled all Western troops out of the Middle East then with the West out of the Middle East Khan allowed his associates in other countries to gain control giving the Syndicate control over the Middle East as far as Algeria.

While the Syndicate only appears in the series (The Scandinavian Alliance is the main antagonist in it's spin off The Recruits and the Syndicate and Company for the Sheltering of Crime figures and members in Latin America and Europe is the main antagonist in it's feature Agents of Tomorrow), Arabs are also characters in The Rise and Fall of Veronica Ravenshaw though these are not related to the Syndicate.

The organization is also mentioned in the aforementioned story as it is set as the end of the Syrian Civil War.

Members (male)

Name Age
Rahman Ali Khan Believed to be about 38
Salim Abdullah Saleh 47
Nazim Amin 39
Nasrallah al Qudsi 43
Alla Namin 45
Zayed bin Assad 33
Sajid al-Hussein 47
Sultan bin Thani 48
Ali Mohammed bin Nahyan 32
Atiqullah Ghulam 30
Faizullah Adeel 42
Barkatullah al-Zawahiri 40
Ekram al-Awlaki 43
Faheem Benyamina 33
Fouzan Basri 47
Ghassa Barakat 50
Anwaruddin Mubarak 23
Hamza Ali 33
Hassan Ghazali 36
Mohammed Ismat 30
Sharifullah Hawsawi 42
Murtaza Hatem 39
Shafiqullah Hilal 48
Sahaullah Irfan 34
Sharifullah Kassab 46
Hayatullah Labib 26
Izzatullah Lellouche 34
Rizqallah Nabhani 47
Nayeem al-Qadi 49
Jalaluddin Nimri 41
Nooruddin Qudsi 37
Faizabad Nazim 27
Harsallah Qasim 48
Jalalabad Osman 35
Masharddin Wahed 38
Shahzada Nasser 36
Pashtaha Tayeb 40
Rizqallah Kazem 29

Members (female)

Name Age
Manal Khan About 36
Boshra Namdar 37
Zahra Hamdan 32
Humaira Basri 32
Ghazala Bakkal 23
Bareen Hannachi 34
Zarmeena Hamdouchi 38
Zarlacht Ashhad 34
Beheshta Atwi 27
Ameera Faizan 35
Faheema Amri 23
Ghaydaa Aziz 39
Ghaaliya Boulos 25
Gormal Bukhari 30
Gulzar Damji 33
Maleena Ghahem 24
Leena Ghazzawi 24
Kareema Jawahir 39
Lumya Ismail 37
Nadira Iqbal 30
Esma Himsi 36
Hessa Akram 29
Jamila Faizan 33
Sajida Ghazali 35
Yara Ghazzawi 33
Saadia Ghali 36
Qistina Ghannouchi 24
Fereshtan Samiya 24
Tala Nazmi 20
Khojaste Ghaznavi 21
Mina Bukhari 30
Gurandukht Darvish 29
Nargress Taghvaei 31
Farzaneh Mazanderani 39
Fereshteh Jahanbani 20

Allies in East Turkey

Whislt the Syndicate has allies in Afghanistan and East Turkey most of these are unseen and those who are met by E.I.N agents tend to be female but there also male allies of the Syndicate in East Turkey.

Male

Name Age
Ahmad Baykara 39
Aldemir Bayraktar 32
Akdemir Batuk 45
Akagunduz Balkan 38
Alpaslan Bayramoglu 42
Alpay Birkan 37
Amir Cagatay 28
Aydemir Selebi 33
Attila Bayrak 47
Bahadir Akdeniz 37
Batikan Akkaya 46
Bayram Akman 41
Beyazid Akdemir 36
Boran Agaoglu 42
Bunyamin Caglayan 37
Candemir Budak 35
Cagatay Dalman 24
Cevdet Dagdelen 49
Ceyhun Diyadin 36
Cumali Duman 47
Dilaver Cetinkaya 32
Dogukan Elmas 26
Dursun Ertugrul 37
Egemen Fraserli 35
Emran Gokbakar 43
Fazil Eroglu 48
Feridun Eyboglu 33
Ferman Gokmen 36
Ghazanfar Erdemir 35
Gokdemir Halefoglu 21
Gultekin Hamdi 42
Gundogdu Hasim 39
Hasim Gunaydin 41
Hurairah Ilgaz 32
Hurriyet Gultekin 35
Ismail Hayrettin 40
Iskender Hazinedar 21
Istemihan Hikmet 48
Kahraman Izzet 37
Kaan Jamakovic 43
Kazem Akyurek 35
Kemal Akkas 39
Kenan Sahan 36
Khalil Mehmed 25
Kurtoglu Mardin 23
Kutalmis Levni 26
Mehmet Ali Kaya 37
Mehmed Kerimoglu 35
Muammer Karabulut 29
Muhammad Kashani 23
Mukerrem Karakaya 47
Nizamettin KaSelaharahan 36
Nurullah Kizilkaya 45
Ramazan Kimyacioglu 43
Recep Kuntin 45
Sabahattin Ocak 34
Saleh Niazi 42
Selahattin Odabasi 36
Suleiman Olmez 24
Turkyilmaz Ozbilgin 35
Yildiray Parlak 39
Yilmaz Remzin 27
Zainal Abidin Sabri 25
Zeeshan Sancakli 40
Abdur Rahman Saylan 38
Rahman Sofuoglu 35
Abdul Jamil Suleymanoglu 36
Alkan Sunter 48
Abdul Hamid Sarikaya 35
Atif Sezgin 21

Female

Name Age
Esra Kerimoglu 34
Kubra Hanim 27
Sumeyye Kavak 31
Leyla Gursel 23
Mukerrem Levni 28
Suyumbike Nazli 20
Ozlem Togay 22
Gulbahar Hamzaoglu 20
Senay Remzi 21

Symbols and vehicles

National Anthem of Iraq النشيد الوطني لجمهورية العراق08:08

National Anthem of Iraq النشيد الوطني لجمهورية العراق

The anthem of the Middle East when the Syndicate take over. Ardulfurataini Watan.

In the current situation and in the past, the Arab Syndicate adapted many forms of the black standard. These could include a plain black flag and many Jihadist flags with either yellow or white text including the Shahada. Today, the black standard flags still exist but the Syndicate add a new symbol:

This symbol is a white scimitar in the middle of a green background with two pieces of Arabic text with it; One above the sword and the other below it. The symbol is largely seen in the headquarters of Rahman Ali Khan and often seen in other Arab homes.

Some of its symbols are also used for many Animalian resistance groups most notably the Animalian Mujahideen, the Animalian military students, the Animalian Resistance Army and the Dictatorship and Persecution Resistance Army.

The Syndicate's presence on the street is far more prominent than the likes of U.T.O.C.I.P or the Jewish Arab Alliance as the organization is largely recognized through technicals and gun trucks prowling the streets. The song Ardulfurataini Watan is also a common song to be heard in Syndicate controlled territory and it is also played by East Turkey to show an alliance and it is also used as a song by the Jewish-Arab Alliance.

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