Responding to gender violence

Three incidents occurred in the past weeks that give pause to any Saudi women venturing to the mall or a public place.

A walk to the gallows?

Both sides in Egypt chose to escalate the conflict.

In the line of fire

While commemorating the 23rd anniversary of World Press Freedom Day, organized by the United Nations (UN) on May 3, General Assembly President Sam Kutesa paid glowing tributes to those “courageous men

Arab News turns 40

Arab News has achieved yet another milestone.

Plight of Rohingyas

The international community’s eerie silence over the plight of the Rohingya Muslims is a source of great concern. These people are considered one of the most persecuted communities in the world.

A timely action

I read with interest the article “United we stand” (May 17) by Abdulrahman Al-Rashed. It is heartening to note that the Gulf countries are standing together in the face of Iran’s belligerence.

Biased coverage

This is with reference to the report “Hostile media ‘distorting image of Islam’” (May 17).

Beefing up defenses for enduring peace

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman recently announced a policy of defense to keep our nation and citizens safe, both at home and abroad.

Selective freedom of speech

Recently, two gunmen were killed in Garland, Texas, when they opened fire on security officers.

The cold sore of football hooliganism

After a long season, the Saudi football scene is coming to an end for the year. The professional league has just finished and there are few games remaining in the King’s championship.

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