I read with great interest the article “Remembering the ‘reformer’” by Susan V. Ople (Jan. 28).
The late King Abdullah was an epic figure who loved Saudi citizens like his children and did whatever needed for their welfare and achieve balanced development all over the Kingdom.
This is with reference to the article “Shifting sands of Lankan politics” (Jan. 28) by S.N.M. Abdi.
The article by Javier Solana “Integrating Europe’s Muslims” (Jan. 28) was very balanced and interesting.
He came from Algeria seeking a better life, anticipating an escape from poverty, oppression, and hopelessness. In Paris, he found a low-skill job and had children and grandchildren.
More than a week has passed since the Houthis escalated their takeover of Yemen by besieging and then forcing their way into the presidential palace in Sanaa.
Filipinos across Saudi Arabia and their families back home owe a debt of gratitude to King Abdullah for his benevolence and compassion for migrant workers.
The first foreign envoy to call on the new Sri Lankan President, Maithripala Sirisena, within hours of his Jan.
Demis Roussos picked a bad time to die.
The smooth transition of power in the Kingdom has once again proved that there is a close bond between the rulers and the ruled.
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