Badr al Din Ibn Eisa was the leader of the Islamic Unity Movement and New Islamic Jihad. He was born in 2016 in Al-Basrah, in southern Iraq. He founded the Islamic Unity Movement after the failure of the Second Ottoman Jihad and the resulting infighting between Islamic Nations. He helped negotiate a settlement to the Second Iraq-Iran War and spearheaded the initiative to unify the Arabian peninsula under one government. When the nation of Arabia was formed, he was made official advisor to the first Caliph of Arabia, Kalim Sa'ud. He was assassinated by unknown gunmen on September 4,2061. He rose from the dead three days later. He led the New Islamic Jihad until 2064, when it was revealed that a shedim was inhabiting his corpse.
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