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· July, 2009

Stories about Saudi Arabia from July, 2009

Lebanon: Saudi Spills Beans on Show

A Lebanese television show is in danger of being taken off the air “after a Saudi man participated in the show and spilled out all his romantic escapades, which are...

Saudi Arabia: The Meaning of Names

In Saudi Arabia, all names have meanings, notes American Bedu, an American married to a Saudi.

Saudi Arabia: Above the Law

Saudi blogger Najla [Ar] writes a sarcastic post in which she suggests the authorities draft two laws – one for ordinary citizens and another one for those with influence or...

Saudi Arabia: Protecting Rights Abroad and at Home

Saudi Arabia is warning its citizens to take certain precautions to safeguard their rights while travelling abroad this summer. Saudi Jeans notes: “The guidelines advise Saudis involved in legal cases...

Saudi Arabia: Summer in London

Saudi blogger Kha6rh Baydhaa [Ar] will be in London, UK, for the summer, where he hopes to meet with other bloggers.

Arab World: Swine Flu Fever Continues

Swine flu or H1N1 is still making headlines across the Arab world as new cases continue to be discovered by health authorities and announced in the Press on a daily...

Arab World: Good Bye Michael Jackson

Bloggers from across the Arab world bid King of Pop Michael Jackson farewell today as millions of fans tune into the silver screen to watch live coverage of his memorial...

Saudi Arabia: Enjoying The Outdoor Life In Aramco

Natasha Burge has just moved: “The dogs are SO happy with their daily two hour walks on the miles and miles of hiking trails here, through grassy fields surrounded by...

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