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  • Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

    Take for example Iran, Algeria, UAE, Bahrain


    Bahrain and the UAE are oil and gas producers, and are very developed countries, with American like shopping malls and restaurants.

    Algeria and Iran are also extremely rich in oil and gas, but have barely functional hospitals and very underdeveloped infrastructure.

    Why are some wealthy countries developed, but other rich countries are still very behind and look like poor countries?

    Isn't this kind of suspicious? It seems like they are not the ones who decide who is developed or not. It seems like the superpowers of the world decide whether a country gets to develop itself or not. Am I wrong here?

  • #2
    Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

    maybe because some places are warzones

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    • #3
      Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

      Originally posted by SunnahWay View Post
      Take for example Iran, Algeria, UAE, Bahrain


      Bahrain and the UAE are oil and gas producers, and are very developed countries, with American like shopping malls and restaurants.

      Algeria and Iran are also extremely rich in oil and gas, but have barely functional hospitals and very underdeveloped infrastructure.

      Why are some wealthy countries developed, but other rich countries are still very behind and look like poor countries?

      Isn't this kind of suspicious? It seems like they are not the ones who decide who is developed or not. It seems like the superpowers of the world decide whether a country gets to develop itself or not. Am I wrong here?
      I know, but the UAE has investors from all over the planet, and assuming Bahrain is the same infrastructure wise, then likewise.

      Whereas Algeria...not sure how it is. Iran on the other hand has sanctions....doesn't get to be picky with who they trade with and who they can benefit from financially....
      but yea, I guess it can also point towards the functioning governments there. The UAE has a large percentage of foreign people, they need to maintain a liveable and 'enjoyable' environment with job and business prospects in order to keep it the way it is.

      Wallahu a'lam. I have seen slums in Ajman right besides the tall dazzling hotel towers...it's unfortunate. I do not like seeing poor people because it hurts my stomach to know of their situation.
      Thee do we worship, and Thine aid we seek.

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      • #4
        Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

        Iran does have its high end places. Though from what I've heard, theirs corruption and very high inflation in the country. Iran doesn't have a very good rep as a 'hard-line Shia theocracy' and has lots of haters form secularists to Shia clerics. The country isn't very politically stable as the number of secularists increase and non-Shia religions increase. I suspect once Iran's political scene changes and becomes more liberal and tolerant, investors will come and inflation will decrease, as inflation decreases then more investors will come.
        Just a guess, no clue about the other countries.
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        • #5
          Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

          A lot of the time, democracy just hasn't hit those developed Muslim countries yet. (AKA America isn't currently bombing them)

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          • #6
            Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

            Salaam


            October 29, 2015

            According to the Q2 Bahrain Economic Quarterly (BEQ) issued by the Economic Development Board (EDB), Bahrain’s non-oil sector which constitutes more than 80% of Bahrain’s GDP reaching 5.0% grew noticeably above projections in the first quarter of 2015.


            Unlike our counterparts

            http://www.bahrainedb.com/en/news/ne...x#.VmaN8XvDM0I
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            • #7
              Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

              How well they are doing is dependant on the government and other factors.

              Algeria is a mess due to all the stuff that has gone on over the decades.
              Iran had sanctions placed on it which hurt them badly in recent years which included the value of their currency dropping like a rock....
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              • #8
                Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

                Originally posted by SunnahWay View Post
                Take for example Iran, Algeria, UAE, Bahrain


                Bahrain and the UAE are oil and gas producers, and are very developed countries, with American like shopping malls and restaurants.

                Algeria and Iran are also extremely rich in oil and gas, but have barely functional hospitals and very underdeveloped infrastructure.

                Why are some wealthy countries developed, but other rich countries are still very behind and look like poor countries?

                Isn't this kind of suspicious? It seems like they are not the ones who decide who is developed or not. It seems like the superpowers of the world decide whether a country gets to develop itself or not. Am I wrong here?
                No its not.

                Look at the dynamics.

                UAE and Bahrain are tiny with small populations so max income with less development costs.

                Iran and Algeria are big geographical countries, hugh infrastructure to develop and larger populations to cater for.

                Its not rocket science.

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                • #9
                  Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

                  Corruption
                  "There will never cease to remain a group from my Ummah fighting upon the command of Allah, subjugating their enemies. They are not harmed by those who oppose them, until the Hour arrives".

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                  • #10
                    Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

                    GCC is run by monarch system, totally different than most of the so-called muslim countries which is run by die hard secular dictatorships with socialist mentality.

                    When they keep the people oppressed and loot their wealth, how can you develop your countries if your leaders behave like that and is the one preventing you from developing your country?

                    This is their strategic to keep the population poor and weak so it can prevent uprisings etc.


                    Originally posted by Londoner1 View Post
                    No its not.

                    Look at the dynamics.

                    UAE and Bahrain are tiny with small populations so max income with less development costs.

                    Iran and Algeria are big geographical countries, hugh infrastructure to develop and larger populations to cater for.

                    Its not rocket science.
                    Muslim majority lands with less than 6 million like Libya, Eritrea, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Gambia etc are small with massive resources, yet is undeveloped because they're run by corrupted socialist dictatorships.
                    Last edited by Saho; 08-12-15, 03:48 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

                      Iran isn't as bad, it has a life expectancy of 73.
                      And whatever you have of favor - it is from Allah. Then when adversity touches you, to Him you cry for help

                      [an-Nahl 16:53].

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                      • #12
                        Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

                        Originally posted by SofiaG View Post
                        A lot of the time, democracy just hasn't hit those developed Muslim countries yet. (AKA America isn't currently bombing them)
                        With respect, you must open your mind up a little, and stop repeating the same old anti America tripe. The world is not as simple as you make out.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Why are some rich Muslim countries very developed, but others are not?

                          Unless those oil rich Muslim countries open their minds up to more than a just Islam then there is no future for them when the oil runs out. Without a reformation of Islam there is no future for them.

                          ISIS and their ilk will resist reformation, and it will be bloody, if it ever happens .

                          No reformation = no part in the modern world post oil.

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