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· June, 2007

Stories about Saudi Arabia from June, 2007

Arabeyes: The Moment of Truth for a Jordanian Father

Today's Arabeyes makes five stops - two in Kuwait and Saudi each and a last stop in Jordan, where a blogger and journalist is forced to face himself and take...

Bahrain: High Score in Failed States Index

The Third Annual Failed States Index is out, reports Bahraini blogger Jadd William. “Bahrain has scored relatively well. At 134, Bahrain ranks better than Kuwait (at 124) and Saudi Arabia...

Morocco: Hajj and Vodka, Fez the Time Warp, and the Top Ten Reasons Why Maroc Telecom Censors

Wondering why Maroc Telecom censors? What brings hajj and vodka together? How can you go to outer space? Jillian York finds the answers to those questions and more in this...

Saudi Arabia: Dotsson's Rant

“I can't stand girls with low self esteem. I can't stand shallow people who need to constantly be complimented. I can't stand people who play with others’ feelings to make...

Saudi Arabia: Religious Police Losing their Edge?

The Arabist, from Egypt, links to a Financial Times article about how the moral or religious police are losing their edge in Saudi Arabia here.

Kuwait: Omani Cyclone

Everyone has heard about the cyclone by now that is just reaching Oman and is expected to move north towards the Eastern provinces of Saudi and then maybe Kuwait,” reports...

Arabeyes: Saudis in Bahrain and Kuwaits and their Cars

Today's translation of Arabic blogs takes us to Saudi Arabia, where a blogger takes refuge in nearby Bahrain to clear his head over the weekend; Kuwait, where Frankom discusses the...

Egypt: Saudi-Egypt Causeway Plans

Egyptian blogger Zeinobia discusses plans for a Saudi-Egyptian causeway here.

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