Way ahead for Tunisia

Tunisia, on Dec. 21, 2014, completed a remarkable democratic transfer of power, with the election of Beji Caid Essebsi, the leader of the secular political party Nidaa Tounes (Call of Tunisia).

Profession for losers

It would almost be easier to get a handle on brain surgery than to have the ability of tapping into the terrorist mindset.

Rising to the occasion

Protests against recent terrorist attacks in France should have been held in Muslim capitals and not in Paris because Muslims stand accused in this case; embroiled in this crisis and expected to decla

A Bangsamoro future

President Benigno S. Aquino has emphasized the need for both the Senate and House of Representatives to pass the long delayed Bangsamoro Basic Law in his New Year’s message.

United against terrorism

Last week, two terrorist attacks made the headlines. The incidents took place in two different countries, carried out by two different groups with the same ideology.

Five things I like about being a Saudi

Nobody or no society is perfect. Be it any country or any society, including Saudi Arabia, there is always room from improvement. God knows we have many things to work on here.

When words turn into bullets

What is more evil? To commit a crime or to back it through reasoning and justifications.

Memoirs of a Saudi Ph.D. student: Sympathy or respect

This past week has been unfortunately a sad one. In Saudi Arabia, terrorists on the frontiers killed two Saudi border guards along with their commander.

Will Gulf states help Baghdad?

In my recently published book, “The Iranian Trap,” I have tried to explain how Iran deceived the United States when it opened talks on nuclear issue and terrorism.

Give Saudi women a chance

Before we jump up and down, roar with approval and applaud the news that Saudi women are now eligible to become ambassadors to foreign countries, let’s take a moment and examine the real news.

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