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· December, 2010

Stories about Saudi Arabia from December, 2010

Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom in One Sentence

From Saudi Arabia, Mustafa Hussain tweets (Ar): “Unemployment, corruption, tribalism, weak education curricula, state-owned media, full prisons, bad government services, oil which is not its own – all this and...

Saudi Arabia: Tips for Expatriates

American Bedu, an American living in Saudi Arabia, shares with us her tips on what makes a good expatriate in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia: Free Saudi Scholar Dr Mohammed Alabdulkareem

Saudi Dr Mohammed Alabdulkareem was arrested after publishing an article on the effectiveness of the political regulation among the royal family. Using blogs, Facebook and Twitter, netizens stand up to...

Saudi Arabia: How to Write to a Royal

American Bedu, who blogs from Saudi Arabia, has advice on how to write to a member of the Saudi royal family.

Saudi Arabia: Call to Ban Child Brides

Saudi blogger Eman Al Najfan calls for a ban on child brides.

Saudi Arabia: Top 10 Twitter Users

Saudi Jeans shares his list of the top 10 Twitter users in Saudi Arabia here.

Qatar: Jeers, Cheers as Country is Awarded 2022 World Cup

Qatar celebrates after FIFA awards the country World Cup 2022 bid - Internet responds with cheers and jeers for the tiny desert country's win over the US, Australia, South Korea...

Saudi Arabia: Is Saudi Jeans blocked in the UAE?

Saudi blogger Ahmed Al Omran, of Saudi Jeans, is concerned his blog might be blocked in the United Arab Emirates. Is it really blocked?

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