Teacher rips out girls’ images from textbooks

Teacher rips out girls’ images from textbooks
Updated 22 September 2014

Teacher rips out girls’ images from textbooks

Teacher rips out girls’ images from textbooks

A video clip showing a schoolteacher ordering his pupils to rip out images of little girls from their school textbooks has gone viral among Saudis on social media sites.
The video shows the teacher making inflammatory remarks against the Education Ministry and ripping out textbook pages before demanding that his pupils do the same and throw the images in front of him to reinforce his sentiment.
A source at the Education Ministry said investigations into the incident are under way.
The source stressed that the ministry has the authority to fire any teacher or civil service employee found guilty of violating state policy or supporting extremist thought propagated by banned organizations.


Yazeed Al-Humied, head of Local Holdings Investments at the Saudi Public Investment Fund

Yazeed Al-Humied
Yazeed Al-Humied
Updated 15 January 2021

Yazeed Al-Humied, head of Local Holdings Investments at the Saudi Public Investment Fund

Yazeed Al-Humied

Yazeed Al-Humied is the newly appointed head of Local Holdings Investments at the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF).

From October 2016 until December 2020, he was the PIF’s chief of staff, managing the fund’s relationships and creating strategic partnerships locally and internationally.

He also managed internal institutional and investment projects to ensure they were completed on time and met quality standards and developed a governance model for PIF portfolio companies while monitoring their performance.

On top of his new role, Al-Humied will contribute to the PIF as a member of various permanent committees including those responsible for management, and portfolio company nomination.

In addition, he sits as chairman of the National Security Services Co., vice chairman of both the Samba Financial Group and the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul), and is a board member of Saudia airline, the Saudi Civil Aviation Holding Co., and Saudi low-cost carrier flyadeal.

Al-Humied joined PIF as an adviser to the fund’s governor in 2015. In his one-year advisory role, he was responsible for the restructuring, strategy crafting, and posting of PIF’s reallocation to the Saudi Council of Economic and Development Affairs.

He started his career in 2004 with multinational professional services company PricewaterhouseCoopers and four years later joined the Capital Market Authority (CMA) where he headed mergers and acquisitions.

Al-Humied gained a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Riyadh’s King Saud University in 2004 and he is also an alumnus of the London Business School’s corporate finance modular program.