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THE
STATE OF GOD IN JERUSALEM


THE
HALLELUYA CITY

Introduction

The Virtual State of God - Halleluya City - in Jerusalem is a Project inspired from the Daniel Amarilio's book "Halleluya - The State Of The Peace", in order to separate Religions from politics and let it have its own, autonomous territory, 0.5 sq km, where it could dedicate itself in the service of God. As Amarilio puts it, Halleluya City will be cultural and spiritual center for billions of people.

Geography

    Location

    Middle East, an enclave of Jerusalem (Israel)
    Geographic coordinates: 31.30 N; 34.45 E

    Area

    total: 0.50 sq km
    land: 0.50 sq km
    water: 0 sq km
    Area-comparative: about 0.8 times the size of The Mall in Washington, DC

    Land boundaries

    total: 3.6 km
    border countries: Israel 2.6 km, Palestine Autonomy 1 km
    Coastline: 0 km (landlocked)
    Maritime claims: none (landlocked)

    Climate

    temperate; mild, little rainy winters (November to mid-March) with hot, dry summers (April to November)

    Terrain

    low hill

    Elevation extremes

    lowest point: unnamed location 520 m
    highest point: unnamed location 920 m

    Natural resources

    none

    Land use

    arable land: 0%
    permanent crops: 0%
    permanent pastures: 0%
    forests and woodland: 0%
    other: 100% (urban area)
    Irrigated land: 0 sq km

    Natural hazards: NA

    Environment-current issues: NA

    Environment-international agreements: party to: NA

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People
    Population

    1000 Servitors of God from the Tree Greatest Monotheistic Religions - Jews, Muslims and Christians.

    Population growth rate: NA

    Nationality

    noun: none
    adjective: none
    Ethnic groups: Israeli, Palestinian, Jordanian, Italian, Greek, Russian and others.

    Religions

    Jewish, Muslim, Christian.

    Languages

    Hebrew, Arabic. Latin, Slave languages, Greek and various other languages

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Government
    Country name

    conventional long form: Halleluya City - The State of God in Jerusalem
    conventional short form: Halleluya City
    local long form: Medinat Halleluya she be Jerushalayim
    local short form: Kiryat Halleluya

    Data code

    AC

    Government type

    Triumvirate with Great Servitor and his two Co-Great Servitor - one Muslim and one Christian - Sacerdotal State.


    The Halleluya Guards
    Artist: Lilo Poplilov

    Capital

    Halleluya City

    Independence

    Protectorate of Israel (or variants)

    National holiday

    Constitution

    Theological Constitution (non-political constitution

    Legal system: NA

    Suffrage

    limited to Servitors of God less than 80 years old

    Executive branch

    chief of state: The Great Servitor (in rotation, or other variant)
    head of government: Triumvirate
    cabinet: Commission appointed by the Triumvirate
    elections: Great Servitor(in rotation) elected for 4 years by the College of Servitors of God, or other variant.

    Legislative branch

    Tree-Chamber Religious Commission

    Judicial branch

    none; handled by Israel

    Political parties and leaders

    none

    Political pressure groups and leaders

    none (exclusive of influence exercised by religious officers)

    International organization participation: NA

    Diplomatic representation in the World

    In All Countries of the World

    Diplomatic representation

    All Countries of the World

    Flag description

    two horizontal bands of blue and a large band of white with the emblems of the Tree Great Monotheistic Religions - centered in the large white band

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Economy

    Economy-overview

    This unique, noncommercial economy is supported financially by contributions from Jews, Muslims and Christians throughout the world, the sale of postage stamps and tourist mementos, fees for admission to museums, and the sale of publications. The incomes and living standards of lay workers are comparable to, or somewhat better than, those of counterparts who work in the city of Jerusalem.

    Population below poverty line: NA%

    Household income or consumption by percentage share

    lowest 10%: NA%
    highest 10%: NA%

    Labor force: NA

    Labor force-by occupation

    dignitaries, guards, and lay workers who live outside the Halleluya City

    Budget

    revenues: $ 500 million
    expenditures: $ 500 million

    Industries

    printing and production of a small amount of mosaics and staff uniforms; worldwide banking and financial activities

    Electricity-production: 0 kWh

    Electricity-production by source

    fossil fuel: NA%
    hydro: NA%
    uclear: NA%
    other: NA%

    Electricity-consumption: NA kWh

    Electricity-exports: NA kWh

    Electricity-imports: NA kWh

    note-electricity supplied by Israel

    Economic aid-recipient: none

    Currency

    1 Halleluya Shekel = 100 agurot (HSh)

    Exchange rates

    Halleluya Shekel US$ - 0.23 cent (November 1999)

    Fiscal year

    calendar year

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Communications

    Telephones: NA

    Telephone system

    automatic exchange

    domestic: tied into Israeli system
    international: uses Israeli system

    Radio broadcast stations

    AM 3, FM 4, short wave 0

    Radios: NA

    Television broadcast stations: 1

    Televisions: NA

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Transportation
    Railways

    No

    Highways

    none; all city streets

    Ports and harbors

    none

    Airports

    none

    Heliports

    1

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Military
    Military-note

    Defense is the responsibility of Israel. The Halleluya Guards are posted at entrances to the Halleluya City

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Transnational Issues

    Disputes-international: none


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