Editorial: Tehran’s unabated meddling in Yemen

Iran's intemperate attack on the Kingdom over the organization of the Haj and the Mina tragedy is in reality a cynical effort to open yet another front in its meddling in the region.

KSA’s support for displaced Syrians

Hitler's propaganda chief, Joseph Goebbels used to say: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually believe it.” Many lies have been told about the Kingdom.

Houthi rebels’ attack reinvigorates coalition

The attack by Houthis this week in Yemen has served to reinvigorate the Saudi-led coalition and pave way for a determined action to wipe out the Iranian-backed rebels.

Saudi women’s important role

Why is it that the international media seeks to make a damning negative out of the role of women in the Kingdom?

Kingdom’s fight against terrorism

The Bangkok terror blast this week is simply the latest example of a worldwide terror menace. An infectious disease knows no frontiers. Nor does terrorism. The scourge has become international.

Assad has no role in Syria’s future

Russia and Saudi Arabia share many common interests. One of them is to bring about an end to the carnage in Syria.

Turkey’s fight against terror and KSA support

Turkey's airstrikes against the terrorists of Daesh has been decisive and by many accounts devastating. It mirrors the operation against terrorists in Yemen led by the Kingdom.

Kingdom’s victory on two fronts

Saudi Security authorities have clearly scored a substantial victory against terrorism. Their swoop that rolled up four terror cells and a large support network sends a clear message to Daesh.

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