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Salah Ad-Din Al-Lusirni

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Salah Ad-Din Al-Lusirni
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Salah Ad-Din I
Full name Salah Ad-Din Al Lusirni
AKA Saladin
Physical information
Gender Male
Biographical information
Spouse Elisabeth Asara des Vinandy
Date of birth 1983 AD
Date of death 1730 AN
Place of death Vrijplaats
Residence(s) Vrijplaats
Nationality New Batavian, Kurum Ash-Sharqian
Allegiance(s) Kurum Ash-Sharqia
Occupation Sultan of Kurum Ash-Sharqia
Nobility of Kurum Ash-Sharqia
Heraldic crown of Kurum Ash-Sharqia
Royal Family
Sultan · Crown Prince · House of Al-Lusirni
Noble ranks
Emir Emir of Ochterburg · Emir of Anlaq
Sheikh Sheikh of Oud Laar · Sheikha of Eikenhorst · Sheikh of Faisaloord
Untitled House of Khalaf · House of Qasim · House of Zahraan-Khatib
Notable people
Salah Ad-Din Al-Lusirni  · Elisabeth Asara des Vinandy  · Zakariyya de la Gardie of Ochterburg · Faisal Van Looveren
Related topics
Order of As-Saif · Register of Filiation · Armorial of Kurum Ash-Sharqia
Portal Kurum Ash-Sharqia
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Salah Ad-Din Al-Lusirni or Saladin was a politician of New Batavia and, since 1700 AN, the Sultan of Kurum Ash-Sharqia and the founder of the House of Al-Lusirni.

New Batavia

Saladin was the last president of the Republic of the Netherlands. It was his party, the Islamic Revolutionary Party that reformed the republic into the Islamic Internet Republic on June 28, 2010. He said he wanted to give the nation a more distinct identity viz-à-viz Flanders and Batavia. Saladin was the first and last Sadr of this republic.

Due to the deadlock that resulted from the elections of June 2011, Saladin announced to go into exile on July 4, 2011. He remained Sadr throughout the exile era. After the restoration of the Republic, the office was renamed to President.

The office of President is a ceremonial role, and Saladin was known to keep this very seriously. He rarely participated in political debates or controversies.

Kurum Ash-Sharqia

Saladin was offered the throne in 1700 AN because of his outstanding tenure as president of New Batavia. After accepting the throne of Kurum Ash-Sharqia, he changed his name to Salah Ad-Din Al-Lusirni and moved to the city of Vrijplaats.

Marriage and issue

In 1701 AN he married Batavian princess Elisabeth Asara des Vinandy. As a consequence of that marriage, he automatically became a Knight of the Holy Lakes in Hurmu.

They had several children

Titles and honors


Title/honor Date Notes
Sultan of Kurum Ash-Sharqia 1700 AN
Prince of Kurum Ash-Sharqia 1702 AN As per the Royal House Act 1702
Grand Master of the Order of As-Saif 1702 AN As per the Orders Act 1702
Grand Cordon of the Order of As-Saif 1702 AN


Country Title/honor Date Notes
Hurmu Hurmu Knight of the Holy Lakes 1701 AN As per his marriage with Elisabeth Asara des Vinandy
New Batavia New Batavia Ereteken van Nieuw-Batavië, first class 1702 AN For his long tenure as Sadr and President of New Batavia (2010-2021)
Çakaristan Çakaristan Order of Çakar, first class 1712 AN Awarded at the signing ceremony of the Treaty between Çakaristan and Kurum Ash-Sharqia
Calbion Calbion Order of the Dragon 1717 AN Awarded at the signing ceremony of the Treaty between Calbion and Kurum Ash-Sharqia
Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie Grand Cordon of the Grand Order of the Federation of Nouvelle Alexandrie 1722 AN Awarded at the signing ceremony of the Treaty between Kurum Ash-Sharqia and Nouvelle Alexandrie


Preceded by:
Jef Vermussen
President of the Republic of the Netherlands
2010-05-17 - 2010-06-28
Succeeded by
as Sadr
Preceded by:
as President
Sadr of the Islamic Internet Republic
2010-06-29 - 2020-11-29
Succeeded by
as President
Preceded by:
as Sadr
President of New Batavia
2020-11-30 - 2021-09-26
Succeeded by
Fairouz Farhani
Preceded by:
office created
Sultan of Kurum Ash-Sharqia
1700 AN - 1730 AN
Succeeded by
Saif Ad-Din I