The “State of Islam,” expanded since 2012 as a lose group of divergent entities.  In 2053, the State became a cohesive power when Sunni and Shiite clerics signed the Accord of Aqaba in 2053. The Aqaba Accord set down the religious tenets and interpretations that would allow the various Islamic sects to work together for the universal advancement of the faith.  From 2053 to the end of the 21st century this new State of Islam expanded to include Iran, Iraq, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Yemen, Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad, Central African Republic, Sudan, Jordon, North Somalia, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Senegal.