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Arab Media Forum: The Oscars of Arab media
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2015-05-17
Author : Khaled Al Maeena
From a simple beginning a decade and a half ago to a much prized event, the Arab Media Forum can be aptly described as the Oscars of Arab media....
What after Camp David?
Source : The Peninsula  
Date : 2015-05-17
Author : Dr Khalid Al Jaber
At Camp David, Gulf countries put forward their vision and conveyed their opinions directly to Washington about many regional issues, especially Iran's nuclear programme....
What about our own responsibility to Syria?
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-05-17
Author : Osman Mirghani
The Syrian crisis is one of the worst humanitarian disasters that the Middle East has ever witnessed, if not the worst. In one of its most recent reports, the European...
An Opportunity for Britain to Boost its Profile
Source : Asharq Al-Awsat  
Date : 2015-05-16
Author : Amir Taheri
Until even a few years ago the UK general elections attracted special attention in the Middle East, reflecting historic, economic and political bonds going back to the 19th century in...
We must address the global identity of Saudi women
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2015-05-16
Author : Samar Fatany
I was recently asked by a visiting American journalist about some of the misconceptions that the American public have of Saudi women. We both agreed that the stereotypes of Saudi...
The SEC never blames itself for power outages
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2015-05-16
Author : Saeed Al-Seraihi
There was a power outage in Dheba Governorate which the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) blamed on humidity. There was a similar problem in Khamis Mushayt Governorate which the SEC blamed...
Who is responsible for helping old Saudi women forced to work as street vendors?
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2015-05-16
Author : Salim Bin Ahmed Sahab
Why does an old Saudi woman sell miscellaneous items on the street? Of course, she needs to earn money to feed her children. No one would do something like that...
Are Saudi women active partners in the Kingdom's development process?
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2015-05-16
Author : Omaimah Al-Khamis
October 22, 1959 was a historic day for Saudi women. On that day, the education of girl's became a reality in the Kingdom. Education was the first public domain where...
Iran's threatening posture
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-05-16
Author : Abdulrahman al-Rashed
While US President Barack Obama was trying to ease the anger of Gulf leaders at Camp David, Iran was keen on sending a threatening message to Saudi Arabia through the...
Filling the vacuum in ME
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-05-16
Author : Amir Taheri
Until even a few years ago, the UK general elections attracted special attention in the Middle East, reflecting historic, economic and political bonds going back to the 19th century in...
On Iran: Actions speak louder than words, President Obama
Source : Al Arabiya TV  
Date : 2015-05-15
Author : Majid Rafizadeh
The White House portrayed the Camp David summit as a crucial platform to reconfirm American commitment to Middle Eastern security and to reassert its efforts to fight against the destabilizing...
Do we need a new military hospital in Riyadh?
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2015-05-15
Author : Dr. Muhammad Abdullah Al-Khazim
Osama Mortada, a spokesman for a US company, said during the Saudi-American Health Forum that his company had reached an agreement with several Saudi authorities to build numerous health institutions....
Why do young Saudi men become extremists?
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2015-05-15
Author : Abdullah Munawar Al-Jamili
Security officers in the Kingdom continue to arrest terrorists who seek to fight the Kingdom and destabilize it. Recently, the Ministry of Interior broke up a terrorist cell affiliated with...
What the tentative 5-day ceasefire says about the Yemen crisis
Source : Al Arabiya TV  
Date : 2015-05-15
Author : Manuel Almeida
The five-day ceasefire in Yemen that entered into force on Tuesday 11 pm local time has been welcomed by humanitarian aid organizations, which have nevertheless defined it as too short...
The wisdom of change in Saudi Arabia...
Source : Gulf Daily News  
Date : 2015-05-15
Author : Akram Miknas
As conditions around us change with bewilderingly rapidity in our age of information technology, quality becomes ever more important than quantity. Thus, in contemporary warfare, it is less about the...
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