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The world's 15 richest Muslim countries

A general view shows the Kingdom Tower, a landmark of Riyadh owned by Saudi prince Walid bin Talal, 13 July 2004. A consortium including the UAE's Etisalat made the highest offer among six consortia bidding for the license for a second mobile phone operator in Saudi Arabia, putting it on course to win the license, a source in one of the consortia told AFP. AFP PHOTO/PATRICK BAZ

The World's richest Muslim countries

While some Muslim countries suffer from poverty, others enjoy the most prosperous figures worldwide. Take a look at the richest countries in the Muslim world.