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Experts mull Islamic digital economy’s future and challenges

  • JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia was fast reaching its goal of becoming the global hub for Shariah-compliant investment, amid challenges of aligning the growing industry securely with the latest digital technology. These issues were raised on Tuesday at the opening ceremony of the 42nd Al-Baraka Islamic ...
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As it turns 47, Arab News continues to reap rewards of digital transformation

  • RIYADH: Arab News, the leading multilingual pan-Arab daily, celebrated its 47th anniversary with a commitment to continue to be the platform of choice for voices that matter to its audiences worldwide. Since its establishment in 1975, the Riyadh-based newspaper has sought to be an internation...
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Top Israeli journalist lambasts Tel Aviv for ‘brutality’ at Al-Aqsa compound

  • CHICAGO: A leading Israeli journalist has launched a scathing attack on the Tel Aviv government for the manner in which police and soldiers brutalized civilians and journalists at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the Haram Al-Sharif over the past week, and called for a probe into their actions. ...
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Madam Vice President: Psagot is a racist settlement

  • I think it is great that US Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff, the “second gentleman,” hosted a Passover seder at their residence the other day. It is important that our elected officials recognize all of the major religions for Easter, Passover and Ramadan, as they have...
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As it turns 47, Arab News continues to reap rewards of digital transformation

  • RIYADH: Arab News, the leading multilingual pan-Arab daily, celebrated its 47th anniversary with a commitment to continue to be the platform of choice for voices that matter to its audiences worldwide. Since its establishment in 1975, the Riyadh-based newspaper has sought to be an internation...
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KSrelief clinics continue work at Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan

  • RIYADH: The clinics of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) are continuing their work providing medical services to Syrian refugees at the Zaatari camp in Jordan, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Saturday. The clinics have been visited by 703 patie...
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Arab Christians face mounting challenges in the West despite Easter holiday

  • CHICAGO: Arab Christians in the West continue to face mounting challenges of discrimination, marginalization, and even misunderstanding by other Christians, of their religious identities, experts speaking about Easter celebrations acknowledged during an interview on The Ray Hanania Radio show W...
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World needs to hear more about Israel’s serial murders

  • In the rare instance that an Israeli Jew is brought to trial for committing an act of violence, the accused is given every benefit, including a defense lawyer, a public hearing and the benefit of any doubt. But when a Palestinian is accused of violence, they are usually shot dead first and then...
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Keep skin hydrated this Ramadan with these moisturizers

  • DUBAI: Just because it’s Ramadan doesn’t mean your skin needs to fast too. In fact, a nourishing, hydrating moisturizer is more important than ever during the holy season as abstaining from water for hours during the day can lead the skin to lose moisture, resulting in a dry, dehydrated dermis....
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Hard-hit Gaza eateries pray for ‘holy month of mercy’

  • GAZA CITY: Struggling restaurants in the Gaza Strip, many still counting the cost of pandemic curfews and now facing a worsening economic crisis, are counting on Ramadan to provide a much-needed boost in revenue. The holy month is traditionally the busiest time of the year for Gaza’s hundreds...
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