Saudi Press Roundup

Conspiracy against Arabs

Nothing Islamic about Daesh

I protest as a Muslim, as a human being and as a journalist. I protest strongly against the way the label “Islamic State” is linked with terrorist activities taking place in any part of the world.

Leaving victims of turmoil high and dry

Most of the flour, rice, dates, water, blankets and tents given to Syrian, Yemeni and other refugees come from governments — little is offered by the people.

Greece: When reality collides with politics

The Greek crisis is a tragedy for the country and a danger for the world economy.

The ‘undo’ stew

Twenty years of gaffes and now they come up with a “UNDO” option for e-mails sent in anger, in a rush, by error, default, to the wrong people and other deranged CC and BCC dispatches not meant for the

Understanding Egypt

I read with interest the article “Egypt is not Iraq” (July 4) by Abdulrahman Al-Rashed. The writer has a unique way of highlighting pressing issues. He does not rely on rhetoric to prove his point.

It’s not that simple

This is with reference to the article “Daesh: Is the West really threatened?” by Gwynne Dyer (July 4). I found the article very balanced and objective.

Message for Saudi youth

This is with reference to the report “Terror plot thwarted in Taif” (July 4). What are these Saudi boys up to? I urge them to stop this nonsense.

Wrong practices

This is with reference to the report “Soldiers kill suspected rebels in Indian Kashmir” (July 4).

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