Okay, so it didn't take me as long as I thought it would, heh.
As I mentioned in my journal, I've split the map of Asia for Butterfly Hurricane into two sections; the Middle East, and the rest of Asia. I felt that a larger map didn't do the changes in the Middle East justice - therefore, here you are, heh.
Main changes include the formation of a united Kurdistan, created under the auspices of the League of Nations. A weaker Saudi Kingdom, crippled by various sanctions and wars, lead to the various changes on the Arabian peninsula; the formation of the Kingdom of Hejaz as it broke away, Aden survived as an independant state, and both Yeman and Oman took various lands in the south.
On the Mediterranean coast, Israel was cut out of Palestine in a different manner; a different break up plan was chosen, leaving Israel in the north, and a unified Palestine in the south, rather than leaving Israel breaking up two sections of a broken Palestinian state.
A vicious war between this Israel (in coordination with a Jewish controlled Egypt) and this Lebanon resulted in the crushing of Lebanon, and its eventual absorption into a Greater Israel. Jerusalem still remains a League of Nations territory, under the joint jurisdiction of the entire Security Council.
Disclaimer: Any comments about our current real world situation WILL be marked as spam. I am not interested in discussing our Israel, Gaza, Arab-Israel relations, Judaism, Islam, or anything else that will inevitably descend into a flame war if certain types of people get their teeth into it - that isn't what I create maps for. This is ALTERNATE history for a reason.
That being so, I DO welcome cordial discussion about the history of the region, and any other comments regarding the maps that aren't sparks, as always