Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has indeed taken a good and highly inspiring decision to donate his wealth worth $32 billion to charity. (“Prince Alwaleed pledges entire wealth to charity,” July 2)
This is my second visit to a polyclinic in Jeddah and I am once again surprised at the level of noise from medical staff and the blatant flouting of ethics in these centers.
We have been facing shortage of water in Hai Al-Wazarat area in the capital city of Riyadh, receiving water only once in five days. Even this is turning into a nightmare for us.
Since the beginning of the so-called Arab Spring, I had an uneasy feeling about it. At that point in time, I could not describe that eerie feeling.
The importance of education — and especially schooling — cannot be overestimated.
Taking strict legislative and security measures against extremist groups, even if they have not committed violent acts, is in the interest of Islam and Muslims in the West.
The medical community in Saudi Arabia is facing ethical challenges that perhaps their counterparts in other countries don’t experience at such a level.
The Modi government is in a free fall ever since it completed one year in office on May 26.
The Arab world is living through a difficult time in its history.
There has been talk of Turkey’s intent to enter northern Syria since the start of the revolution four years ago.
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