Opinion



Cyberspace turning into battlefield

The US has launched a social media offensive against the Islamic State (IS) and Al-Qaeda, setting out to win the war of ideas by ridiculing the militants with a mixture of blunt language and sarcasm.<



How to run a car company

In a conference to “rising stars of the automotive industry”, Didier Leroy, CEO of Toyota Europe, gave the young audience advice on how to be successful managers.



Scorned wisdom of UK ‘Camel Corps’

Long before the execution of the US journalist, James Foley, by a presumed British militant, there was a growing perception of the UK as a pre-eminent breeding ground of extremism.



Modi’s political somersault

It is difficult to understand whether calling off Indo-Pak talks is merely a diplomatic error on the part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi or the domestic political dynamics have played any role in thi



Owning a house still a distant dream

I looked at a piece of land here a few years ago and the guy wanted SR450,000 for a 600-meter plot,” said Omar as we sped north of Jeddah on our way to a dinner of freshly-caught fish in Dhahban, arou



Children in the crosshairs

In the old days which we call the Middle Ages or even the primitive era, wars were fought hand to hand and combat was honorable. If the brothers in arms never met again that parting was well made.



A fresh look at Gaza gas

Aside from the debate on who actually won in the five weeks of Gaza war between Israel and Hamas, the focus will be on future negotiations in September and whether they will indicate a serious shift i



Saudi Press Roundup

New generation of terrorists




Historical perspective of the Gaza massacre

People in Gaza and elsewhere in Palestine feel disappointed at the lack of any significant international reaction to the carnage the Israeli assault has left behind it in the Strip.

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