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· October, 2009

Stories about Saudi Arabia from October, 2009

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Woman for California Assembly

A Saudi-born woman, Ferial Al Masry, is running for the California State Assembly, writes Saudi blogger Qusay.

Saudi Arabia: Stuff Saudi People Like

Find out what Stuff Saudi People Like on this blog.

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Liberalism

Majid Al Hamdan [Ar], from Saudi Arabia, shares the story of Saudi liberalism in this post.

Saudi Arabia: Blogging Milestone

Blogging from Saudi Arabia, American Bedu will soon be reaching a milestone on her blog. Find out what.

Saudi Arabia: Lucrative Laundry Business

American Bedu, who blogs from Saudi Arabia, remarks: “One of the very marketable and therefore competitive opportunities in Saudi Arabia is owning and operating a cleaners (laundry).”

Saudi Arabia: The Future Husbands and Wives of Saudis Revamped

Future Husbands and Wives of Saudis is introducing new changes for its readers.

Saudi Arabia: Where Plagiarism is a Crime

Saudi bloggers are rallying to the support of a fellow blogger who claims that a newspaper had lifted photographs and copy from his blog without permission.

Saudi Arabia: Housework for Men?

Do Saudi men help with household chores? Nzingha testifies that they do in this post.

Saudi Arabia: To coed or not to coed

Should coed universities be allowed in Saudi Arabia?  Saudi Jeans comments on the latest developments on this issue.

Saudi Arabia: Jeddah Girl

Remember the Qatif Girl‘s story? Saudi Jeans now tells us about the plight of Jeddah Girl, who was gang raped – and then sentenced to a year in jail and...

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