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Tellingly, he called Islam a “firewall” against globalization — despite the all-too-worldly life he leads.As for the outrage and celebrity-led boycotts, Aslan finds them misguided and hypocritical.

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“It’s a radical double standard,” says Jillian Lauren, who wrote about her life as a member of Jefri’s harem in her memoir, “Some Girls.” “They have more money than anyone else.“What the Sultan is supporting for his tiny island nation is what Saudi Arabia — one of our closest allies — has been doing for decades,” he says.“Is Saudi Arabia at all paying for their human-rights violations?I know that they both have been married and divorced multiple times.It’s really hypocritical.” It wasn’t until 2001, when Jefri was forced to auction off personal possessions after using the country as a piggy bank — spending an average of 7,000 a day for 10 years, on top of billion in gifts to friends and family — that the sultanate’s true vulgarity was exposed.When he turned 50, the Sultan built a stadium, invited Michael Jackson to perform in it and paid him million for three concerts.

Jefri, 59, maintains a separate pleasure palace and once owned a 152-foot yacht called Tits; he named its tenders Nipple 1 and Nipple 2, and could never understand why others often found that juvenile and crass.

Here and abroad, the brothers are infamous for their sex parties and their harems composed mainly of underage girls.

In 1984, after nearly 100 years as a British protectorate, Brunei gained independence.

The Sultan is descended from a centuries-old royal line, maintained by intermarriage among cousins.

Brunei is about the size of Delaware, with a population of 415,000, and the government provides free education, health care, pensions and low-interest loans for the purchase of homes and cars.

(His brother also treats the country as an ATM, and it remains a crime in Brunei for anyone to ever discuss how the royals spend their money.) “It was certainly a concern,” she says.