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· July, 2007

Stories about Saudi Arabia from July, 2007

Bangla blogs discuss evolution – Of life, blogs and women power

What is blogging all about? Is it about sharing one's daily life and/or thoughts with the rest of the world? Is it then an autobiography of sorts? Can a blog...

Saudi Arabia: Jeddah Film Festival

The Second Jeddah Film Festival or Jeddah Visual Shows Festival is being held in Saudi Arabia, writes Saudi Jeans.

Saudi Arabia: Religious War on Liberals

Saudi Rasha writes about how the religious establishment is waging a war on liberals.

Arabeyes: Saudi Women Fight for Men's Rights

Saudi women are grabbing the headlines once again - this time with a protest to demand the freedom of their husbands and kin arrested under 'terrorism' charges, in the conservative...

Bahrain: Saudi DJ Podcast

Bahraini Esraa posts a podcast of an interview with a DJ in Saudi Arabia here.

Saudi Arabia: Three Books

Saudi Jeans introduces us to three books on Saudi Arabia here.

Bahrain: Sri Lankan Maid to be Executed in Saudi

Esraa from Bahrain links to a news article about a Sri Lankan maid facing execution in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi to License More Radio Stations

Saudi Jeans says his country may soon allow more new FM stations.

Arabeyes: Hamas and Fatah Dig Up Some Dirt

The war between Fatah and Hamas has just got dirtier, 33 Muslim Brotherhood students are arrested in Egypt, a video sheds light on how all the different hues of Egyptians...

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