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Mr. Al Lily argues that to succeed, Prince Mohammed will have to sell Vision 2030 to the youth of a country in which Under
And we do. We are proud to have been involved in last year's historic decision to allow women to stand for election to municipal
So what sources of indoctrination do contribute to the pathology of foreign fighters? Moroccan authorities worry about Salafi
It was not immediately clear what responsibilities and authority Princess Reema would have. Nor was it clear to what extent
To put this into context: if you were from the US, how would you feel if we assumed ALL Americans shared Trump's degrading
The risks are heightened by the fact that Vision 2030 is as much a mechanism for economic reform and some degree of social
The past year has not been good to Osama Bin Laden's brothers, owners of the Saudi Binladen Group, one of the kingdom's leading construction conglomerates.
DB: Sounds cliché but I dress in the most comfortable of my clothes, have a great music playlist going, light a scented candle
The heart of the film is in its main characters, and the battles they face, not in the athletic arena, but in their everyday
Women candidates won in both big cities and small villages.
Efforts to emancipate women in Saudi Arabia had been held back by a powerful clergy and an ultra-conservative society.
But the country is still far from establishing equal gender rights.
But the growing outrage throughout the country -- prompted in large part by social media -- has had an effect, leading the
While Iran has a long way to go, it's hard to take the view that what America needs to do to meet its vital national interests is to strengthen the Saudi hand in the world while keeping Iran isolated. So as president Obama quoted Yitzhak Rabin "You don't make peace with friends." You make it with very unsavory enemies."
A three-minute video, posted by a Saudi government-backed organization to YouTube on June 4, has garnered 150,000 views in 48 hours and sparked a discussion in the kingdom about how to stem sectarian conflict.
It will take more than a verbal statement to persuade either Iran of Saudi Arabia to lift restrictions on women's sports. To achieve that, Mr. Blatter would have to put a sufficiently high price tag on their failure to do so.
Projecting an image of being politically and culturally on the cutting edge, the UAE carefully picks its battles. Participation in the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State, the jihadist group that controls a swath of Syria and Iraq, has projected the Emirates as a military force to be reckoned with. Soccer is the Emirates' next target.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter, in the run-up to the group's presidential election this spring, said earlier this month that