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The Mahibadhoos



The next member nation of Zouérat Islamic Federation we will be visiting is the Mahibadhoos, a collection of atolls off the western coast of Africa. The Mahibadhoos have a history of many different cultures settling and governing the low-lying atolls, from the Arabs, to the Berbers, to the French, English, Portuguese and Spanish. All of these influences have lead to the nation gaining a very unique cultural identity and language. Independence was eventually granted from Britian in 1965. Despite being a prominent tourist destination due to the sandy white beaches and clear blue water, the Mahibadhoos to this this day remain a very conservative group of islands with a strict adherence to the Islamic faith.

Mahibadhoos General Information



Official Name: Islamic Republic of Mahibadhoos

Short Name: Mahibadhoos

Demonym: Mahibadhian

Capital: Dhiraagu

Largest City: Dhiraagu

Currency: Zouérat Dirham

Official Language: Mahibadhian

Demographics: Mahibadhian (96%), Other (4%)

Religion: Sunni Islam (100%) - Sunni Islam is the only legally permitted religion in the Mahibadhoos.

Internet TLD: .mb

Total Population: 320,000

Life expectancy: Men - 61, Women - 63

Literacy rate: 96%


The Mahibadhoos have a tropical climate with weather that is warm year-round. The year can be divided into a dry season (winter) and rainy season (summer). The low-lying Mahibadhoos are at risk from rising sea-levels, although the evidence around rising sea-levels is still disputed by some scientists. The highest point in the Mahibadhoos is just 2.4 meters above sea-level.


The Mahibadhoos is a functioning democracy although there has been a history of coups and popular protests forcing the resignation of Presidents. The most recent was only this year when growing resentment of corruption and poor living conditions lead to weeks of protests around the country.

At first we will be visiting some of the resort islands that have made the Mahibadhoos so popular with tourists really wanting to get away from everyday life. A preview of what is to come.




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