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· October, 2007

Stories about Saudi Arabia from October, 2007

Saudi Arabia: Featuring Artists

Saudi blogger Dua'a promises to feature artists from Arabia in her new blog United Bloggers of Arabia.

Saudi Arabia: Drunk Drivers

Saudi blogger Saudi Jeans discusses the perils of drunk drivers in a country where alcohol is illegal.

Saudi Arabia: Dumbledore is What?

Mochness from Saudi Arabia is confused about Harry Potter's Dumbledore's sexuality and would rather come to another conclusion.

Dubai: The Kingdom Review

Dubaiwalla reviews blockbuster The Kingdom in this post.

Saudi Arabia: English Press Freer

“I observed .. that some of the English-language press here do a better job when it comes to reporting important and controversial local stories. Part of this has to do...

Saudi: Back Entrance for Women

Saudi blogger Rasha draws our attention to the huge gap between the treatment of men and women in her society – where women have separate entrances to their homes, crumbling...

Saudi Arabia: Better to be a Woman

Rasheed from Saudi Arabia explains why it is better to be a woman when you want to go to the mall in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia: Women Activists on the Move

“I don’t know why, but apparently we get a lot of our important decisions made during the last ten days of Ramadhan…I guess our government is always inspired by the...

Morocco: Looking inward, looking outward

An inflammatory post about Moroccans in the Gulf by a popular Moroccan blogger ignites a debate all over the world - Jillian York has the story on who's saying what.

Russia, Saudi Arabia: More on Hajj Quota

According to Window on Eurasia, there are nearly twice as many Russian Muslims who'd like to perform hajj this year than Saudi Arabia would allow into the country.

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