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· August, 2005

Stories about Saudi Arabia from August, 2005

Saudi: Robotics Course not for Females

In reference to a course in robotics attended by thirty-nine gifted Saudi students coming from all over the kingdom, Alhamedi of The Religious Policeman Blog asks, Not one of the...

Saudi Arabia: Livestrong, Saudi-style

Muttawa of the Saudi ‘Religious Policeman’ blog talks about Livestrong, Saudi-style and says that while the Saud's and their related families think “Saudi Arabia” is a great name, the rest...

Saudi Arabia: Khamis Mushayt Girl

The much-missed Saudi blogger behind The Religious Policeman is back. Amongst other things, he had this observation on the Saudi Justice System: The 26-year-old mother of three, called the ‘Khamis...

Saudi Arabia: Asharq Al-awsat interview with Frank Gardner

Crossroads Arabia believes that Asharq Al-awsat interview with Frank Gardner, the BBC correspondent who was shot and permanently crippled in an attack against him and his cameraman in Riyadh in...

Saudi: Women Can Vote!

Some good news from saudi. Sabbah says that 600 Saudi women are expected to participate in the elections of the chamber of trade and industry.

Saudi Arabia: King Fahd

The Angry Arab News Service has a lengthy reaction to the death of Saudi King Fahd.

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Jeans Meets Mahmood's Den

While on a trip to Bahrain, Saudi Jeans met Mahmood's Den. Or rather, the authors of those two well-read Middle Eastern blogs met…

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