Sincere leadership

I read with interest the article “Loss of a father figure” (Jan. 25) by Sabria S. Jawhar. Saudis are very fortunate to have leaders who truly care about their welfare.

Condemning IS

This is with reference to the report “Japan flays IS ‘execution’ of hostage in video” (Jan. 25).

Who is to blame?

This is with reference to the report “Thousands in Sanaa attend biggest anti-Houthi protest” (Jan. 25). It is very disturbing to see Yemen slipping into chaos.

Time to cooperate

This is with reference to the article “Is another war in the making?” (Jan. 21) by Osama Al-Sharif.

Genuine tears

This is with reference to the article “King Abdullah and the genuine tears” (Jan. 24) by Abdulateef Al-Mulhim. It was a very moving article and reflected people’s love for the late King Abdullah.

King Abdullah’s legacy

Initially, it was very difficult for us to accept the sad news about the death of King Abdullah. But death is inevitable. Late King Abdullah will always be remembered for his services to mankind.

Harming Muslims

It is really surprising to see the manner in which the self-ascribed Islamic State is surviving the global onslaught. Despite global efforts, the IS does not appear to be retreating.

Dealing with affection

This is with reference to the article “Allah Almighty wants Muslims to be affectionate and loving” (Jan. 2) by Harun Yahya.

King Abdullah, a great leader

We were all shocked when we woke up Friday morning to hear about the sad demise of our dear leader — Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah.

Wrong hospital’s name

This refers to the news report, “Private hospital under probe for violations,” published in Arab News on Jan.

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