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Anachnu's Factbook

Postby Anachnu » Thu Mar 25, 2010 3:08 pm

1. Geography

Anachnu is a country located in the Middle East. It borders with Jordan and Iraq in the east and with Egypt in the west. Its capital city is Tel Aviv. Anachnu is one of the biggest Jewish States with a population of about 1.26 billion people.

Anachnus official names:

in Hebrew: הדמוקרטית הרפובליקה אנחנו
in Arabic: الديمقراطية الشعبية ونحن
in English: The Democratic Republic of Anachnu

2. Brief History

Anachnu was founded in 1950 by Jewish immigrants from all over the world. Today it is the homeland of many Jews. After the founding of the state Anachnu several Arab nations declared war on Anachnu. Jerusalem was occupied by Jordan, The centre of Tel Aviv was totally destroyed. The Anachnun government fled to Haifa which was the capital over a decade. In 1962 Anachnu was able to fight back and attacked the enemy. General Moshe Ben Moay the commander of the newly founded Anachnu Defense Forces (ADF) was able to capture Jerusalem within 48 hours. Thousands of Arabs fled from the city together with the Jordan Army. From Jerusalem the ADF started a new offensive against Jordan and Syria. Until now West-Jordan is occupied by the ADF. Tel Aviv was taken over only two months later. It became the new capital. It only took five years to rebuilt the old city center of Tel Aviv. A peace treaty was signed by all parties involved in 1978.

In 1979 Anachnun Arabs were rioting in all major cities. The brutal Special Police Forces killed hundreds of rioters. Several Arabs were wounded seriously. The Anachnun Prime Minister Yitsak Segen warned the Arabs in a historic speech at the Kikar MelHem Yehudim (Jewish Kings Square) in Tel Aviv. "If the Arab minority will not stop rioting I will send the army to deport all of them! Anachnu wants peace but enough is enough! We (the Jews) are the new leaders of this country. Accept it or go to hell!" That was the final straw for the Arab minority. The Arab leader Yussuf al Akbar declared the holy war. The time of terror began. Hundreds of Jews were killed due to suicide bombers in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jerusalem. The government was helpless against this sort of war. In the 1985 elections a new party won, the Anachnu United Party. A party founded by Arabs and Jews. There aim was to bring back peace and freedom. The new government implemented a new constitution, were Jews and Arabs are equal. Anachnu became a secular state with the freedom of religion. The state of the Jews became a Democracy for all its citizens, no matter if they are Muslim, Jews or Christians. Only the flag remained the same with the Magen David. And the Article 2, "Anachnu is the homeland of all Jews in the world no matter where they are. Every Jew has the right to come back to his homeland Anachnu, if he ensure that he is likely endanger public security and health of the Democratic Republic of Anachnu. " Article 3, "All citizens of the Democratic Republic of Anachnu are equal by law he or she has the right of entry into Anachnu from abroad at all time."

3. Military

The majority of Anachnun are drafted into the military at the age of eighteen. However the compulsory military youth service starts at the age of 16. Men and women serve three years.[182] Following compulsory service, Anachnun men and women join the reserve forces and do several weeks of reserve duty every year until their forties. Most women are exempt from reserve duty. An alternative for those who receive exemptions on various grounds is Sherut Leumi, or national service, which involves a program of service in hospitals, schools and other social welfare frameworks. The ADF maintain aprox. 40,000000 active troops and an additional 200,000000 reservist.

The nation's military relies heavily on high-tech weapons systems designed and manufactured in Anachnu as well as some foreign imports.

It consists of the following branches:

Airforce, Artellery, Navy, Paratroopers, Special Unit, Engineering, Logistics, Telecommunications and Armor

4. Government and Political Structure

Anachnu is a developed country and a representative democracy with a parliamentary system. The President of the Republic serves as head of government and the Etzah serves as Anachnu's legislative body.

President of the Republic: Ella Rosman (ALP)
Vice President and
Minister of Foreign Affairs: Rauf Dawal (Greens)
Minister of the Interior and Sports: Emanuel Salem (HaBayit HaYehudi)
Secretary of the Treasury: Gustav von Bergen (independent)
Secretary of Trade and Transport: Daniyel Golan (HaBayit HaYehudi)
Secretary of Defense and Security: Nora del Gato (ALP)
Secretary of Education, Welfare and Equality: Abdul Rahman (ALP)
Minister for Environment, Agriculture and Fishing: Samuel Barak (Greens)
Minister of Health and Science: Yuval Shalom (ALP)
Minister of Religion and Minority Affairs: Dr. Farouk Sadad (ALP)
Minister of Communication and Energy: Zara Kufiney (ALP)
Minister for Culture and Art: Layla Husseini (Greens)
Minister of Labor and Social Security: Melly Weizman (HaBayit HaYehudi)

Fractions of the current Etzah: Anachnu Labor Party (ALP), The Greens, HaBayit HaYehudi, Arab Movement (AM), Jewish-Arab-Union (JAU), Anachnu National Party (ANP)

ALP: Centre-left party whose main idea is Social Democracy. A foreign policy supporting the promotion of democracy, the protection of human rights and where possible, effective multilateralism. ALP's main goals in the past were the unification with the Arab Socialist Party and the secularization of Anachnu's Nation. Nowadays the ALP's main issues are affordable social security, the formation of a multilateral army and the implementation of birth control.

The Greens: Supporters of Green politics, they share many ideas with the ecology, conservation, environmental, feminist, and peace movements. In addition to democracy and ecological issues, green politics is concerned with civil liberties, social justice and nonviolence. The main issues for Anachnu's Green Party are: fight against water deficiency and extension of solar-energy facilities.

HaBayit HaYehudi (The Jewish Home): Is a moderate religious Zionist political party in Anachnu. It's main issue is to advocate Judaism and to keep the shabat holy. The National Election Board forbid several parts of the party manifesto as they did not conform with the law. Nevertheless, HaBayit HaYehudi forms the government in a coalition with ALP and the Greens they are not willing to accept Arabs in there rows.

Arab Movement (Tnu'a Aravit/ Harakat al-Arab) is the biggest opposing party in the Etzah. The party supports the Arab minority and shifted to a more Arab Islamic appeal after the leader Afur Agbar was sent to prison due to a judgement of the court accused and condemned for seperatism and racism. The party is kept under surveillance by the National Security Agency.

Jewish-Arab-Union (JAU): A small left-wing party popular for its utopistic political ideas.

Anachnu National Party (ANP): Is a nationalist political party in Anachnu. The party describes itself as "a national movement with the clear vision to follow in the brave path of Helmut Lotti the founder of the Anachnu National Secular Movement. The party traditionally represents immigrants from Germany and Eastern Europe. Its main goals are creating a substantial army to protect Anachnu's territories, birth-control, and to protect Anachnu's borderlines from illegal aliens.

The winner of the last election was the Anachnu Labor Party (ALP) together with the HaBayit HaYehudi and The Greens.

Anachnu is devided in eight cantons and two occupied territories. Each canton has its own Federal Council in the Canton's capital. However there are only few rulings from this council e.g. commercial tax rates.

Canton Tel Aviv with the capital Tel Aviv
Canton Yerushalayim with the capital Jerusalem
Canton Ber Sheva with the capital Beer Sheva
Canton Negev with the capital Sderot
Canton Haifa with the capital Haifa
Canton Jordan with the capital Acre
Canton Gaza with the capital Gaza City
Canton Beyt Lehem with the capital Tiberias

and two occupied areas
Area A (Sinai)
Area B (West Jordan)

Judical System:

District Court: Serves as the court of first instance
High Courts: serves as the appellate courts and also serve as the court of first instance for some cases
Supreme Court: Is located in Haifa and acts as an appellate court, and as the High Court of Justice as a court of first instance often in matters concerning the legality of decisions of state authorities.

6. People and Population

Anachnu is one of the biggest Jewish States with a population of about 1.26 billion people, of whom approximately 700 million are Jewish. The largest ethnic minority group is the segment of Arabs (about 400 million). Anachnu's official languages are Hebrew (primary) and Arabic (secundary). English and German are the common trade languages.

The biggest cities are:

Tel Aviv 12,000000
Haifa 10,000000
Yerushalayim (Jerusalem) 8,000000
Tel Ilan 7,000000
Ber Sheva 6,500000
Bayt LeHem 6,000000
Ramlah 5,750000
Beyt Ruth 5,500000
Tveriah (Tiberias) 5,250000

Immigration Policie:

Due to our tight immigration law Anachnu accepts only few foreigners who are Non-Jews. Every Jew can make Aliyah to Anachnu. One third of immigrants shall be Arabs from its neighbor countries. However immigrants only get a permit to stay for 2 years. After two years they must show that they are able to speak Hebrew, have a job and are integrated to Anachnus society, socially and culturally. If not they'll be sent back to their countries of origin.


Anachnu is a secular country, however most people in Anachnu are Jews (65%) followed by Muslims (24%), 2.2 % are Christians. The Freedom of Religion is anchored in the constitution of the country.

Jewish religious movements in Anachnu: Orthodox Judaism (12%), Conservative (14%), Reform (38%), Progressive (32%), others (4%)

Most of Anachnu's Jews tend to classify Jewish identity in ways that are different than diaspora Jewry. Most Jewish Anachnus classify themselves as "secular" (hiloni), "traditional" (masorti), "religious" (dati).

Education System:

Primary Education School (grade 1-6) (age 6-12)
Middle Education School (grade 7-10) (age 12-16) + compulsory military youth service
High School (grade 11-12) (age 16-18)

After grade 12 the student receives the bagrut (certification of maturity). The following subjects are compulsory:
Hebrew and Arabic grammar
Hebrew and Arabic composition
English and German (written and oral)
History and History of the Jews and Arabs
Hebrew or Arab literature
a facultative subject such as: German, French, Spanish or Russian, geography, chemistry, biology, physics, computer science, economics, social education, fine arts etc.
Gymnastics and military drill exercises
Knowledge of the Nation, Freedom and Democracy
To pass an examen one needs 56% or higher. Oral examen, one needs 3/5 votes to pass.

7. Economy

The economy of Anachnu is a diversified market economy with substantial state ownership and a rapidly developing high-tech sector. Poor in natural resources, Anachnu depends on imports of petroleum, coal, food, uncut diamonds, other production inputs, and military equipment. Anachnu's national currency is the Anachnun New Shekel (ANS)

GDP Per Capita: $14,612.24
Unemployment Rate: 6.11%
Exports: $3,511,269,430,317.33
Imports: $3,854,706,928,800.00
Exchange Rate: 1.3576 Shekels = $1
Last edited by Anachnu on Tue Apr 06, 2010 3:55 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -3.23

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