Weefistan (Weef: Vifûstané), officially the State of Weefistan (Weef: Daleté Vifûstan; /dɑletæ ʋifɤstɑn/), is a country in West Asia, bordering the Indian Ocean to the south and the Arabian Sea to the north. It shares land borders with India to the east, Pakistan to the northeast, and Oman to the west.


Prehistory (381 AD-499 AD)

Lmėke Mohate (499 AD-1223 AD)

In 499 AD, Iwwa Lmėke (/ɓɨɡe/ established the Lmėke Mohate. Mohate comes from the Weef word 'moh', which means 'leader'. He conquered most of India and parts of the Middle East.

The Mohate survived for a very long time, but was defeated by the Mongols in 1223 AD.

Under the Mongols (1223 AD-1368 AD)

In 1223, the Mongols conquered the Weefs. The Mongols influenced the culture, language, and lifestyle of the modern day Weefistan. After the death of Kublai Khan in 1294, the Weefs formed their own Khanate, with Ômuk as its center.

Ýadza Mohate (1368 AD-1748 AD)

In 1368, the Ýadzas overthrew the Ômuks and established the Ýadza Mohate. The word 'Ýadza' means 'Superior'.

They have introduced their own feudal system, similar to the European feudal system. The people of the Mohate were thought that the moh is the most superior to all humans after God, and even formed their own religion, known as Mohism. Today, only 2,000 people remain as Mohists.

They fought many battles against their neighbors, mostly the Arabs.

British colonialism (1748 AD-1946 AD)

In 1748, the Ýadzas were invaded by the Brits and the Weef territory became a British crown colony. It became part of British India in 1859.

The British introduced the English language to the Weefs and was heavily influenced in the Weef language. Tea and trains became more widespread.

Many Baha'is went to the Weef territory in 1900 and the Bahá'í Faith became the dominant religion in the region.

Independence (1946-present)

In 1946, the Weefs gained independence from the United Kingdom and declared the "State of Weefistan". Many Arabs immigrated to Weefistan.

Weefistan rapidly grew and is one of the largest economies in the world. Its capital, Dram Khaam, immediately became a business center of Western Asia.


The currency of Weefistan is Weedon.


The country is divided into 9 governorates: Lmar, Lendjori, Koksmo̞bi, Arabi, Parandjori, Daś Arabi, Ceen Indiiji, Vaarjori, and Kapitalé.

Weefistan Governorates



  • The school days are from Monday to Wednesday, only 3 days for school.
  • Weefistan has a high literacy rate of 78%


Weefistan has no state religion and is officially secular. The country is religiously diverse, with the Baháʼí Faith being the dominant, and the only country in the world to. Islam is the largest minority faith, representing 20% of the population, most of them are Sunni Arabs.


The state-owned broadcaster is Vifûstané Radio kož Talevizjoné (VÉRT). The four terrestrial networks are VÉRT TV Weefistan, VÉRT TV Dünija (both state-owned), Independiaýi (formerly Prisma TV), and Qábárlarim.

Satellite and cable TV is popular amongst Weef people.

The international radio broadcaster is VÉRT Radio Dünija.

Internet is common in the country and it connects 53% of the population. Facebook is the most visited site in Weefistan. Average internet speeds are quite slow.

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