Qatif is the pride of Saudi Arabia

Three days ago, a suicide attack was carried out during the Friday prayer at a mosque in the village of Al-Qadeeh in eastern Saudi Arabia.

Revitalizing the agricultural sector

Many words exist in every language of the world that have specific meanings but when it comes to their practical implementation in real life, those words become meaningless.

Learning through fun

Summer vacations in most of the schools across the Kingdom are just around the corner. Schoolchildren will then have time in abundance, which otherwise they spend on homework and studying.

A case with far-reaching effects

Certain cases make it abundantly clear that the interplay between internationalism and national integrity remains, as it always was, an important issue.

Hezbollah is fast losing popularity

Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah recently slammed his critics saying, “Anyone who says other that what is said here is a moron, is blind and a traitor.” He described Shiites working for th

The uneasy realization

US President Barack Obama may have made it perfectly clear that any sort of a possible deal with Iran would not endanger the security of the Gulf region but he failed to offer the Arab Gulf countries

There will be a reckoning

What is about places of worship that they make such chosen spots for heinous acts of violence?

Much room for improvement

The Saudi Human Rights Commission (HRC) recently made an announcement: Saudi women have “high status” in the Kingdom.

The curse of statelessness

How would life be like if one were to remain stateless in perpetuity?

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Protecting women’s rights

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