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Holy Dominion of Zuhlgan Report (2022)

  • Date: 22 July 2022
  • Summary: Our comprehensive report on the alleged religious persecution and ethnic discrimination in the Holy Dominion of Zuhlgan
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Executive Summary

The Barrier Islands Civil Liberties Union (BICLU) presents its comprehensive report on the human rights situation within the Holy Dominion of Zuhlgan as of 2022. This report sheds light on the alleged violations of religious freedom, ethnic discrimination, and systemic oppression perpetrated by the totalitarian regime of the Holy Dominion.


The Holy Dominion of Zuhlgan stands as a unitary Zhukva reconstructionist directorial theonomy under a totalitarian oligarchic regime, where the Zhukva faith serves as the unyielding pillar of control. The regime, led by the Arkava and the Divine Committee, maintains a tight grip on every aspect of its citizens’ lives, enforcing obedience through draconian laws and ideological indoctrination.

Religious Persecution and Intolerance

BICLU’s investigation reveals disturbing evidence of religious persecution targeting Tiribtalla worshipers within the Holy Dominion. Tiribtalla worshipers are systematically deported en masse to Krauanagaz, reflecting a ruthless approach to religious intolerance. Many perish during the journeys, underscoring the regime’s disregard for human life and dignity. The mass deportations serve as a calculated strategy to suppress alternative religious beliefs and consolidate the dominance of the Zhukva faith.

Ethnic Discrimination

Ethnic Krautali individuals face egregious persecution and discrimination within the Holy Dominion. Labeling them as the ‚ÄúChildren of Tallaz‚ÄĚ in religious rhetoric, the regime subjects Krautali men to execution and infertile Krautali women to forced relocation to the Colonies. These actions constitute a blatant violation of human rights and a grave injustice against an entire ethnic group. The regime‚Äôs exploitation of women and minority groups as scapegoats perpetuates an atmosphere of intolerance and fear.


The Holy Dominion of Zuhlgan’s systematic repression of religious and ethnic minorities underscores a flagrant disregard for fundamental human rights and dignity. BICLU condemns the regime’s actions and calls upon the international community to exert diplomatic pressure and impose sanctions until meaningful reforms are implemented. The pursuit of justice and freedom for all inhabitants of the Holy Dominion remains paramount in the quest for a more just and equitable society.

Our Case

  1. Eyewitness Testimonies
    BICLU has gathered testimonies from individuals who have experienced or witnessed religious persecution and ethnic discrimination. These firsthand accounts provide detailed narratives of the mass deportations of Tiribtalla worshipers and the harsh treatment faced by ethnic Krautali individuals.

Jane Doe, a survivor of the mass deportations, recounts her harrowing experience aboard a cargo ship, detailing the cramped conditions and the tragic loss of lives during the journey.

John Smith, a survivor of ethnic discrimination, provides a personal account of the persecution faced by Krautali individuals. His interview sheds light on the alleged execution of Krautali men and the forced relocation of infertile Krautali women.

  1. Photographic and Video Evidence
    BICLU has obtained and verified photographic and video evidence showcasing the conditions of individuals during the mass deportations. These images depict crowded cargo ships and the deplorable conditions that contribute to the loss of lives during the journey.

  2. Survivor Interviews
    The report includes interviews with survivors of the Holy Dominion’s discriminatory practices. These individuals provide insights into the systematic persecution faced by ethnic Krautali and Tiribtalla worshipers, offering personal perspectives on the brutality inflicted by the regime.

  3. Documentation from Krauanagaz Federal Human Rights Commission (FHRC) The FHRC, an independent body, has corroborated claims of ethnic discrimination. Their reports highlight the branding of Krautali individuals as the ‚ÄúChildren of Tallaz‚ÄĚ and provide additional evidence of the execution of Krautali men and the forced relocation of women.

The FHRC‚Äôs official reports include documented cases of ethnic discrimination within the Holy Dominion. These reports highlight the religious rhetoric branding Krautali individuals as the ‚ÄúChildren of Tallaz‚ÄĚ and provide evidence supporting claims of executions and forced relocations.

  1. Satellite Imagery
    Satellite imagery reveals the existence of designated areas, presumably the Colonies, where dissenters and ‚Äúundesirables‚ÄĚ are sent. This visual evidence supports the claim that the Holy Dominion employs isolation as a means of punishment and control.

FHRC presents satellite imagery showing designated areas that align with reports of the Colonies. These visuals support the assertion that dissenters and ‚Äúundesirables‚ÄĚ are sent to isolated regions as a form of punishment.

  1. Analysis of State-Run Media
    BICLU has analyzed state-controlled media content within the Holy Dominion. This analysis reveals the intentional shaping of public perception, censorship of dissenting voices, and the promotion of state-approved narratives that contribute to the suppression of information. FHRC’s analysis of state-controlled media reveals patterns of information suppression, censorship of dissent, and the promotion of narratives aligning with the regime’s agenda. This evidence suggests the intentional shaping of public perception.

  2. Medical Records and Reports:
    BICLU has accessed medical records and reports indicating a pattern of eugenic practices within the Holy Dominion. These documents suggest selective breeding programs, the deportation or execution of individuals with disabilities, and mandatory medical examinations to enforce societal norms. The FHRC provides access to refugee medical records (with consent) indicating a pattern of eugenic practices. These documents show instances of selective breeding programs, the deportation or execution of individuals with disabilities, and mandatory medical examinations enforcing societal norms.


  1. Immediate Suspension of Mass Deportations: The Holy Dominion must cease all deportations of religious and ethnic minorities, ensuring the protection of their rights and well-being.

  2. Accountability and Justice: Perpetrators of human rights abuses must be held accountable through impartial investigations and fair trials, ensuring justice for victims and their families.

  3. International Oversight and Monitoring: The international community should establish mechanisms for continuous oversight and monitoring of human rights violations within the Holy Dominion, safeguarding the rights of its inhabitants.

  4. Support for Civil Society: Support and empower civil society organizations within the Holy Dominion, enabling them to advocate for human rights, democracy, and the rule of law.

BICLU remains committed to promoting human rights and defending the dignity of all individuals, regardless of their religious beliefs, ethnicity, or social status.

Eugenic Practices in the Holy Dominion (2017)

  • Date: 5 December 2017
  • Summary
    Examining the influence of Zhukva faith on eugenic practices within the Holy Dominion.
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Executive Summary

This report examines the influence of the Zhukva faith on alleged eugenic practices within the Holy Dominion. The intersection of religious doctrine and state policies has reportedly given rise to disturbing patterns suggesting selective breeding programs and discrimination against individuals with perceived genetic defects.


The Holy Dominion of Zuhlgan’s governance is deeply entrenched in the Zhukva faith, using religious principles to shape societal norms and policies. The alleged eugenic practices bring a new dimension to the regime’s control over its population.

Selective Breeding Programs

BICLU has received reports suggesting the Dominion‚Äôs encouragement of selective breeding programs to maintain what they term the ‚Äėpurity‚Äô of the population. The regime seemingly dictates reproductive choices, with individuals exhibiting perceived genetic defects discouraged from procreation.

‚ÄúI was told that having a child with my condition would be against the divine order. They pressured me into not having a family as if my worth is solely determined by genetic traits.‚ÄĚ - Anonymous Defector

Discrimination Against Disabilities

Individuals with disabilities allegedly face discrimination, including deportation or execution. Medical examinations mandated by the state serve as a tool for assessing genetic fitness, leading to social reassignments or deportations for those deemed ‚Äėunfit.‚Äô

‚ÄúThe Dominion sees us as burdens, not fit to contribute to their vision of an ideal society. It‚Äôs heartbreaking to be judged solely on something beyond our control.‚ÄĚ - Survivor‚Äôs Testimony

Allegations and International Concern

The reports on eugenic practices within the Holy Dominion have raised international concern. The intersection of religious beliefs with state-sponsored discrimination poses ethical challenges and calls for a thorough investigation.

Krauanagazan FHRC Statements

The Krauanagaz Federal Human Rights Commission has echoed concerns about the discriminatory practices. They highlight the broader implications of these policies on human rights and the potential long-term impact on the diversity and inclusivity of the population.

‚ÄúThe Dominion‚Äôs fixation on genetic perfection has severe consequences for those deemed ‚Äėundesirable.‚Äô It raises questions about the fundamental right to live free from discrimination.‚ÄĚ - FHRC Official Statement


The intersection of the Zhukva faith with state policies in the Holy Dominion has seemingly led to eugenic practices. The apparent impact on individuals with disabilities and those considered genetically ‚Äėundesirable‚Äô raises ethical questions and demands international attention.

Note: This report is based on allegations and testimonies, and further investigation is recommended for a comprehensive understanding of the situation.

Organization Updates

BICLU Annual Conference 2024

  • Date: April TBD
  • 24 BICLU Conference
    Our annual conference discussing civil liberties, human rights, and our ongoing initiatives will take place in April this year. The location is TBD.

Expanding Our Advocacy Efforts

Learn about our new campaigns and initiatives aimed at promoting civil liberties and justice.

Freedom of Worship Advocacy

Protecting the rights of religious minorities, particularly Tiribtalla worshipers, against persecution and deportation.


  • Lobbying international organizations to condemn the Holy Dominion‚Äôs actions.
  • Collaborating with religious freedom advocates to raise awareness.
  • Providing legal assistance to individuals facing religious discrimination.
Eugenic Practices Awareness Campaign

Exposing and condemning alleged eugenic practices within the Holy Dominion.


  • Publishing reports and documentaries on the intersection of religious doctrine and discriminatory reproductive policies.
  • Engaging with international medical and ethical organizations to scrutinize the Dominion‚Äôs practices.
  • Facilitating survivor testimonies to humanize the impact of eugenic policies.
Humanitarian Aid for Colonies

Providing relief and support to individuals in the Colonies facing harsh conditions.

Due to the sensitivity of this operation, no further details can be disclosed.

About Us

The Barrier Islands Civil Liberties Union (BICLU) is a non-profit organization dedicated to safeguarding civil liberties, promoting human rights, and advocating for justice in the Barrier Islands and beyond. We strive to be a voice for the voiceless, challenging oppressive regimes and championing the cause of freedom.

DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: BICLU receives 71 million VzS in funding from the Krauanagaz Federation annually. Out of this, 64 million VzS is legally mandated to the Federation Agency for International Development and Aid (FAIDA), a state-sponsored organization.

Independent Humanitarian Branch

Federation Agency for International Development and Aid (FAIDA)

Mission: FAIDA is committed to delivering humanitarian aid and fostering infrastructure development in underserved areas, independently from BICLU’s advocacy efforts.

Areas of Operation:

  • Providing essential medical assistance, education, and basic necessities in regions affected by conflict and discrimination.
  • Implementing sustainable infrastructure projects, including the development of water supply systems and educational facilities.
  • Collaborating with local communities to empower them in rebuilding their lives and fostering self-sufficiency.

Note: FAIDA shares a commitment to human rights, operating autonomously from BICLU to ensure a focused and efficient approach to humanitarian aid and development. This separation underscores FAIDA’s dedication to addressing immediate needs and promoting long-term sustainability in affected regions.

FAIDA is a state-sponsored organization.

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