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Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 155thMost Devout: 208thLargest Manufacturing Sector: 224th
The Sultanate of
Iron Fist Consumerists Imperialist Pig Dog Oppressors
Qwerty
Sultan Abdul Fatih
Influence
Minnow
Civil Rights
Outlawed
Economy
Frightening
Political Freedom
Unheard Of

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Al-Dijaj

Population3.593 billion

CapitalNusantara
LeaderSultan Abdul Fatih

CurrencySarsur
AnimalFlying Camel

The Sultanate of Al-Dijaj is a massive, orderly nation, ruled by Sultan Abdul Fatih with an iron fist, and notable for its barren, inhospitable landscape, prohibition of alcohol, and fear of technology. The hard-nosed, hard-working, cynical, humorless, devout population of 3.593 billion Al-Dijajis are kept under strict control by the oppressive government, which measures its success by the nation's GDP and refers to individual citizens as "human resources."

The medium-sized, corrupt, moralistic, well-organized government prioritizes Defense, although Law & Order, Industry, and Spirituality are also considered important, while Social Policy and Welfare receive no funds. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Nusantara. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 92.8%.

The frighteningly efficient Al-Dijajian economy, worth a remarkable 1,455 trillion Sarsurs a year, is broadly diversified and mostly comprised of black market activity, especially in Arms Manufacturing, Retail, Uranium Mining, and Woodchip Exports. Average income is an amazing 405,050 Sarsurs, but there is an enormous disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 2,174,789 per year while the poor average 39,363, a ratio of 55.2 to 1.

Foreigners are treated with great suspicion, students who refuse to pray are expelled from school, when you fly on Air Al-Dijaj you win a seat or you die, and blind dates tend to result in bruised shins. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to a well-funded police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Al-Dijaj's national animal is the Flying Camel, which is also the nation's favorite main course.

Al-Dijaj is ranked 181,738th in the world and 7,017th in The East Pacific for Most Politically Free, scoring 14.14 on the Diebold Election Inking Scale.

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Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 155thMost Devout: 208thLargest Manufacturing Sector: 224thMost Ignorant Citizens: 264thMost Advanced Law Enforcement: 305thMost Advanced Defense Forces: 352ndMost Corrupt Governments: 385thLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 429thLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 458thLargest Retail Industry: 488thHighest Wealthy Incomes: 493rdLargest Mining Sector: 550thLargest Insurance Industry: 637thMost Subsidized Industry: 687thMost Avoided: 703rdHighest Average Incomes: 705thMost Primitive: 1,122ndLargest Pizza Delivery Sector: 1,138thLargest Black Market: 1,164thMost Efficient Economies: 1,520thMost Politically Apathetic Citizens: 1,676thTop
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Fattest Citizens: 2,115thLargest Governments: 2,603rdLowest Crime Rates: 3,312thRudest Citizens: 3,410thHighest Unexpected Death Rate: 5,242ndMost Conservative: 5,946thHighest Average Tax Rates: 6,039thTop
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Highest Economic Output: 11,098thMost Authoritarian: 15,272ndLargest Agricultural Sector: 16,139thGreatest Rich-Poor Divides: 16,150thLargest Basket Weaving Sector: 16,448thLargest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 19,168th
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Largest Manufacturing Sector: 4th in the regionLargest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 5th in the regionMost Advanced Law Enforcement: 6th in the regionMost Devout: 8th in the regionHighest Wealthy Incomes: 9th in the regionLargest Insurance Industry: 9th in the regionMost Advanced Defense Forces: 10th in the regionMost Subsidized Industry: 10th in the regionLargest Mining Sector: 10th in the regionLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 10th in the regionMost Corrupt Governments: 11th in the regionLargest Retail Industry: 11th in the regionMost Ignorant Citizens: 12th in the regionMost Avoided: 16th in the regionLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 16th in the regionHighest Average Incomes: 19th in the regionLargest Pizza Delivery Sector: 21st in the regionLargest Black Market: 23rd in the regionMost Efficient Economies: 30th in the regionMost Politically Apathetic Citizens: 33rd in the regionFattest Citizens: 38th in the regionMost Primitive: 49th in the regionLargest Governments: 67th in the regionTop
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Lowest Crime Rates: 83rd in the regionRudest Citizens: 84th in the regionHighest Unexpected Death Rate: 148th in the regionHighest Average Tax Rates: 153rd in the regionHighest Economic Output: 177th in the regionGreatest Rich-Poor Divides: 253rd in the regionMost Conservative: 349th in the regionTop
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Most Stationary: 490th in the regionLargest Agricultural Sector: 542nd in the regionLargest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 623rd in the regionLargest Basket Weaving Sector: 720th in the regionLargest Populations: 788th in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, blind dates tend to result in bruised shins.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, when you fly on Air Al-Dijaj you win a seat or you die.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, students who refuse to pray are expelled from school.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, foreigners are treated with great suspicion.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, adults pretending to be teenage girls claim to have wholesome motives.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, female brains are believed to heat up dangerously when 'overclocked'.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, the population's jaw muscles put sharks to shame.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, Al-Dijaj is renowned for its lax gun laws.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, wood-framed catapults are ready to launch diseased corpses into besieged cities.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, citizens sport solarium-kissed tans that are perfectly even except for the occasional melanoma.

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