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A million newspaper pages document Saudi history at Jeddah museum

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:02 JEDDAH: An important part of Saudi Arabia’s history can be found in four apartments in Jeddah containing a million copies of old newspapers and tens of thousands of magazines, photographs and tape recordings. Jaber Abdu
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A million newspaper pages document Saudi history at Jeddah museum

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:02 JEDDAH: An important part of Saudi Arabia’s history can be found in four apartments in Jeddah containing a million copies of old newspapers and tens of thousands of magazines, photographs and tape recordings. Jaber Abdullah Al-Ghamdi, owner of the “Pages from History” museum, believes that if the country fails during the next 15 years to conserve the history recorded in its newspapers, it risks losing its national identity. “Over the past 70 or 80 years, newspapers have documented our history and preserved our traditions. I have visited many ministries and governmental institutes and found they have no historical identity,” he said. Al-Ghamdi named the Education Ministry and its Hajj and Umrah counterpart as some of these. He said that he had talked to the Hajj and Umrah minister about their official statements on the expansions taking place in the holy places.  “The Kingdom’s great efforts in that regard are quite obvious to visitors to these places or through TV channels, but what about the past? People everywhere would love to see how the holy sites, Hajj and Umrah were in the past,” he said. “Imagine a US newspaper has been covering Hajj every year since 1885.”   Jabber Abdullah Al-Ghamdi’s collection of old newspapers and magazines. (AN photo by Huda Bashatah) He said that his museum holds a press file documenting the Hajj since the beginning of the Saudi era. “My words are based on documents; we have here a documented casebook about Hajj from 1925 to 2009. We also have statistics about pilgrims year by year. For example, these documents show that the number of foreign pilgrims in 1949 was 29,000 worshippers. When you say that you can now host millions of pilgrims, your efforts and achievements speak for themselves,” he said. Al-Ghamdi stressed that what he holds in his museum is not merely newspaper pages. “They are more than papers, they are significant historical documents. When a news story of any kind, whether political, cultural or social, is published in a newspaper running under state supervision, this story becomes a reliable, official source of information, let alone after 50 years,” he said. Al-Ghamdi started his documenting nearly 20 years ago, while he was a staff member of the King Abdul Aziz Public Library (KAPL) and the King Fahd National Library (KFNL). “I used to buy archives and whole personal libraries from Egypt and many other countries and take them to the national libraries,” he said. Al-Ghamdi, who is in his late sixties and is a father of four daughters and a son, said that his children — Dr. Farah, head of the immunology department at King Fahd Armed Forces Hospital; Dr. Samiha, who is studying political science; Shorouq, who is doing a master’s of science in nutrition; Ahmed, who is studying political science; and Basmah, a graduate of King Abdul Aziz University — support his passion for documenting history. He said that he had left his mark on every corner at KFNL with book collections, photographs, documents and manuscripts he had added to the library. Al-Ghamdi recalls the day he needed to help a friend in authoring a book about literary works in the Hijaz region. He was shocked to find that he was allowed to access no more than two sources. “That was in 1995, which was also my last day with KFNL. I started buying libraries and was lucky to find loads of documents about the founder of Saudi Arabia, King Abdul Aziz — accessing Hail, Al-Ahsa, reaching Taif, entering Jeddah, our relations with the Ottoman and British states, etc. They were nearly 1 million documents with inestimable value to the history of Saudi Arabia,” he said. Al-Ghamdi said that he immediately called the King Abdul Aziz Foundation for Research and Archives (Darah), which managed to collect the documents.  “That collection of documents was the missing link in the history of King Abdul Aziz,” he said. Preserving documents require foresight and dedication. (AN photo by Huda Bashatah) As for the press pages that document the history of Saudi Arabia and its leaders, he said that he began with an archive of nearly 500,000 copies of newspapers — from the start of Al-Bilad newspaper, formerly known as “the Voice of Hijaz,” which was established in 1932, to 1960. “I worked for more than eight to 10 hours a day till I managed to create reference collections about King Abdul Aziz and his sons. We, for instance, have prepared a 450-page file of documents on King Faisal that contains news, reports, achievements and the royal decrees he issued, from the time he was appointed crown prince to ascending the throne in 1964,” he said. Al-Ghamdi added that these shed light on the achievements of King Faisal that were published in newspapers. In the first symposium about King Saud, King Saud’s documented achievements, such as girls’ education, expansion of the Prophet’s Mosque, petroleum ministry and many more, were also displayed during the gathering, he said. Al-Ghamdi told Arab News that King Salman is one of the Kingdom’s biggest newspaper aficionados. “King Salman receives a daily report on newspapers. If you are a columnist and you write about the state, government entities, history of King Abdul Aziz or even lineage of a tribe in Arabia, never write what you are unaware of. Otherwise expect a correction reply or a telephone call from the king himself,” he said. Al-Ghamdi said that his museum contains more than 2,500 newspaper pages about King Salman. “These pages document his first position as deputy governor and then governor of Riyadh in 1954-1955, through his career as defense minister, crown prince and king of Saudi Arabia. We have documented all his achievements. His relationship with his brothers, his undying connection with his sweetheart — Riyadh,” he said.       Al-Ghamdi remembers that he participated in an event about Saudi-Egyptian relations during the Mursi regime. Al-Ghamdi said that he displayed some of the newspapers articles about the role of Saudi Arabia in the Arab-Israeli war of 1973. “It was only newspaper pages that mirrored that period. The Egyptian guests were in awe to know about the effective role of the Kingdom during that war. They said they had no enough idea about that,” he said. He said that his archive of newspapers can help the ministry of foreign affairs in bringing to mind the financial support Saudi Arabia has provided to many countries. Jaber Abdullah Al-Ghamdi says he needs 2,500 square meters to display the history of Saudi Arabia on all levels. ( AN photo by Huda Bashatah) “When you talk about Yemen, for instance, these documents can prove that Saudi Arabia has spent SR300 million ($80 million) to establish a hospital in Saada, the home to the Houthis, who are fighting us now. The same can be said about Iraq and many other countries,” he said.   This work has so far cost Al-Ghamdi more than SR4 million ($1.06 million) but he is determined to continue to make new value out of old newspapers. For Saudi Arabia, the museum can be a big historical project. If well-exploited, it can be no less important than the British Newspaper Archive (BNA), which contains millions of newspaper pages where online visitors can find hundreds of millions of articles by keyword. The massive project may also go digital — like the “Chronicling America” website that provides information about historic newspapers and select digitized newspaper pages. Asked why he is working individually on such a big project, Al-Ghamdi said that he sometimes feel frustrated because of what he hears from family members and some friends. “They always ask me why I am doing this without being supported or sponsored by a relevant private or government body. My answer is that it is my love for my country that pushes me forward. Besides, I’m certain a day will come when I will see a concerned party passionate about the history of Saudi Arabia extend their hands to me. Together, we can produce a national project and unequivocally rewrite our history,” he said. Al-Ghamdi said that insightful officials at ministries and big organizations, such as the media ministry, the culture ministry, Saudi Aramco, Darah, KFNL, KAPL and many others, are expected to show their interest in adding a valuable chapter to the history of the country. “I am hiring four apartments with a total size of 800 square meters and my highest ambitions for the time being is to have a site where I can safely keep these documents for the generations to come,” he said. He said that he has recently received a license from the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH), but he is hopeful of being granted a space by the SCTH or the Jeddah Municipality.  “I need a place of at least 2,500 square meters where we can display the history of Saudi Arabia on all levels,” he said. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi heritagehistorical documentsPages from History MuseumJaber Abdullah Al-Ghamdi ‘Heritage studies needed to record rich Saudi history’

Saudi publishing house to be launched

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:19 RIYADH: The Kingdom’s minister of culture announced Thursday the establishment of a publishing house with an independent financial center, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan said
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Saudi publishing house to be launched

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:19 RIYADH: The Kingdom’s minister of culture announced Thursday the establishment of a publishing house with an independent financial center, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan said the publishing house would operate under the ministry and participate in local, regional and international book fairs to promote Saudi culture and literature. It would also sell books at nominal prices through the house’s own outlets, he added. “This publishing house will be one of the arms of the Ministry of Culture to publish, market, and distribute Saudi books in various Arab countries to achieve the ministry’s vision in terms of supporting books, promoting Saudi culture and literature, strengthening their presence at Arab and international levels, and partnering with international publishing houses to shed light on Saudi books,” he said. “The publishing house will begin marketing Saudi books published by cultural and literary institution to make them available in Arab book fairs.” He said the publishing house reflected the goals and initiatives of the ministry, which last month unveiled plans to transform the cultural sector into an essential part of people’s everyday lives. Among these projects are the literature prizes and development of public libraries. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi publishing Al Hayat stops publishing its print edition in Cairo, Beirut, and LondonBook Review: A quirky portrayal of Beirut’s publishing industry

Saudi Arabia looks to ‘human capital’ for growth

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:29 RIYADH: Improved education standards have a key role to play in the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, Prince Faisal bin Abdullah Al-Mashari, chairman of the Education Evaluation Commission, told a major forum in Riyadh. “This vi
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Saudi Arabia looks to ‘human capital’ for growth

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:29 RIYADH: Improved education standards have a key role to play in the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, Prince Faisal bin Abdullah Al-Mashari, chairman of the Education Evaluation Commission, told a major forum in Riyadh. “This vision pushes Saudi citizens to be the engine of economic, social and cultural development,” he said. Al-Mashari was speaking at the National Criteria for Public Education Launching forum organized by the Education and Training Evaluation Commission. “Saudi human capital is the most important factor in the transition from a natural resources-dependent economy to a knowledge economy which depends on the ingenuity and strengths of its people,” he added. More than 450 experts from the commission, Ministry of Education and Saudi universities are taking part in the forum. Participants will focus on education curriculum criteria that build career skills as well as establishing Islamic values and national identity. The forum highlighted the considerable efforts made in developing these standards and the importance of the public education national criteria in setting out clear and measurable objectives in all stages of general education for schools, teachers and students, making them more familiar with the results that they should strive to achieve. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi Arabia Saudi education ministry signs MoUs with British, Swedish universities for medical trainingFaceOf: Prince Faisal Al-Mashari, chairman of the Saudi Education Evaluation Commission

Saudi, Russian officials sign MoU to confront crime, protect human rights

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:36 MOSCOW: Saudi Attorney General Sheikh Saud bin Abdullah Al-Mua’jab and his Russian counterpart Yury Chaika held talks in Moscow on Wednesday on a number of issues of mutual interest. The two sides signed a memorandum of
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Saudi, Russian officials sign MoU to confront crime, protect human rights

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:36 MOSCOW: Saudi Attorney General Sheikh Saud bin Abdullah Al-Mua’jab and his Russian counterpart Yury Chaika held talks in Moscow on Wednesday on a number of issues of mutual interest. The two sides signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on coordination between Saudi Public Prosecution and Russian Public Prosecution in combating crime and its organized forms, terrorism, corruption, protecting human rights and legitimate freedoms. The two sides agreed that the MoU shall be the basis for cooperation, based on the principle of equality and mutual respect and in accordance with the laws and regulations prevailing in both countries. They also agreed on holding joint meetings, consultations, conferences, seminars and discussions, in addition to conducting research to ensure proper exchange of experiences and information related to major issues. Al-Mua’jab thanked the Russian Public Prosecution for the warm welcome and stressed the historical dimension of Saudi-Russian relations. “This MoU sheds light on the constantly developing Saudi-Russia relations. It comes in line with the Kingdom’s 2030 Vision, which seeks to promote the Kingdom on all levels, particularly its justice system,” he said. Chaika stressed the importance of the Saudi crown prince’s visit to Moscow in 2017 and the follow-up trips he made to Russia for the positive impact they have had on Saudi-Russian relations. He also highlighted the already strong relationship the countries have and the similarities of their approaches when dealing with international issues. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi Arabia King Salman, Putin commit to Saudi-Russian coordination in energy marketsSaudi-Russian missile deal set in motion

Order to arrest man torching woman’s car in Taif

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:46 RIYADH: Saudi prosecutors on Thursday ordered the arrest of a man seen on camera torching a woman’s car in the city of Taif. A video circulating on social media showed a young man pour gasoline over the parked black ve
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Order to arrest man torching woman’s car in Taif

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 23:46 RIYADH: Saudi prosecutors on Thursday ordered the arrest of a man seen on camera torching a woman’s car in the city of Taif. A video circulating on social media showed a young man pour gasoline over the parked black vehicle before setting light to it. The arsonist is then seen staring at the camera and walking away to his own car. Saudi Attorney General Sheikh Saud bin Abdullah Al-Mua’jab gave instructions for the arrest after confirming the authenticity of the film footage. The car, which reportedly belonged to a woman called Amira, was completely destroyed in the morning blaze. In an interview with AlArabiya.net, Amira said she had a driving license and had only recently purchased the car. She hoped that the incident would act as a deterrent to others in the future. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaTaif Two arrested over arson attack on Saudi woman’s carSaudi policeman dies after knife attack in Taif

شاهد..إعدامات المعارضة في السعودية تثير موجة غضب عارمة

توالت ردود الافعال الغاضبة حول الجريمة البشعة التي ارتكبها النظام السعودي بحق سبعة وثلاثين مدنيا معارضا. حيث رأت المنظمات والاحزاب والشخصيا
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شاهد..إعدامات المعارضة في السعودية تثير موجة غضب عارمة

توالت ردود الافعال الغاضبة حول الجريمة البشعة التي ارتكبها النظام السعودي بحق سبعة وثلاثين مدنيا معارضا. حيث رأت المنظمات والاحزاب والشخصيات بان عملي...

Gruelling Dakar Rally route through Saudi Arabia's ‘captivating’ deserts revealed by Sports Authority

Thu, 2019-04-25 16:57 AL-QADDIYA: More details about the Dakar Rally expected to take place in January 2020 in Saudi Arabia were released on Thursday by the Kingdom's General Sports Authority at an event in Al-Qaddiya. The race starts on Jan. 5 in Jeddah
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Gruelling Dakar Rally route through Saudi Arabia's ‘captivating’ deserts revealed by Sports Authority

Thu, 2019-04-25 16:57 AL-QADDIYA: More details about the Dakar Rally expected to take place in January 2020 in Saudi Arabia were released on Thursday by the Kingdom's General Sports Authority at an event in Al-Qaddiya. The race starts on Jan. 5 in Jeddah, with the drivers set to race through Al-Madinah, Tabuk and Ha'il regions before a having a rest day in Riyadh. From the capital, the route winds its way back toward the coast through the Asir region and ends in the city of Al-Qaddiya on Jan. 12. Speaking at the event, the chairman of the General Sports Authority (GSA) Prince Abdul Aziz bin Turki Al-Faisal announced a 10-year partnership with the Dakar Rally, saying: «We want the world to see the captivating desert of Saudi Arabia and to get to know the good and hospitable people of the Kingdom that looks forward to receiving the world. His Royal Highness, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki AlFaisal Al Saud @AbdulazizTF, chairman of the @gsaksa_en « Dakar rally will grow farther and we will write a new chapter! We are happy that we all together witness this big event for the first time in the region!⁰#Dakar2020 pic.twitter.com/or6Dm0LOUc — DAKAR RALLY (@dakar) April 25, 2019 »Our country is extremely passionate about sport and our strategic goal is to feed that appetite as we move further towards achieving Vision 2030 of which sport is a basic pillar. «In hosting Dakar Rally we aim to produce an unbelievable and unforgettable experience for drivers as they discover the beauty of Saudi nature and a unique spectacle for motorsport fans not only in Saudi Arabia but also in the region and around the world.” It was announced earlier this month that the race would be held in Saudi Arabia, and for the first time in the Middle East. Chapter 3 : Asia Discover the unknown! Here are some of the best footages of the beautiful landscapes of Saudi Arabia Thierry Sabine ”What’s amazing is that the more we look for difficult terrain, the more the landscape is outstanding.”#Dakar2020 pic.twitter.com/VejYcpIBiT — DAKAR RALLY (@dakar) April 25, 2019 The Dakar has been held in South America since 2009. The gruelling multi-stage rally was previously held in Africa but was relocated after terrorist threats in Mauritania in 2008. Prince Khalid Bin Sultan Abdullah Al-Faisal, chairman of the Saudi Arabian Motor Federation, said when the race announcement was made: “I have always wanted to participate in Dakar Rally, while I wasn’t fortunate to achieve that ambition, I’m now part of achieving a much bigger dream for my country as Dakar comes to the Middle East region for the first time ever.» CEO of Qiddiya project Michael Reininger said: «Qiddiya will soon become the centre of the motorsports world by virtue of an unparalleled collection of on track and off road facilities and a set of experiences and events that have never been assembled in one place before.» Michael Reininger is welcoming us inside the @qiddiya project : the pre-eminent entertainment, sports and cultural future destination in the Kingdom #Dakar2020 pic.twitter.com/LQKlha97T3 — DAKAR RALLY (@dakar) April 25, 2019 The CEO of the rally's organizing company, Amaury Sport Organization, Yann Le Moenner thanked the princes for their commitment to bringing the rally to Saudi Arabia, adding: "Crossing the best deserts of the world has always been in the DNA of the Dakar, to discover and share.” Meanwhile, the drivers involved in the rally have been in Saudi Arabia soaking up local culture and experiencing some of the desert landscapes they will drive through in January. A number of Dakar Rally drivers led by Nani Roma, Carlos Sainz and Sam Sunderland visit touristic and historical monuments in Riyadh before the start of the #Dakar2020KSA press conference. pic.twitter.com/IMmZ7GE465 — General Sports Authority (@gsaksa_en) April 25, 2019 Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiasportMotorsportDakar RallyDakar Rally Saudi Arabia Dakar Rally moves to ‘mysterious deserts’ of Saudi Arabia for 2020Mystery death clouds Dakar Rally

نيويورك تايمز: هذا هو ثمن الإستثمار مع السعودية

تحت عنوان “ما هو ثمن الربح في السعودية” عنوان افتتاحية صحيفة “نيويورك تايمز” والتي جاءت تعليقا على إعدام السعودية 37 من مواطنيها بتهم “الإر
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نيويورك تايمز: هذا هو ثمن الإستثمار مع السعودية

تحت عنوان “ما هو ثمن الربح في السعودية” عنوان افتتاحية صحيفة “نيويورك تايمز” والتي جاءت تعليقا على إعدام السعودية 37 من مواطنيها بتهم “الإرهاب” وذلك ...

منظمات حقوقية بحرينية تستنكر جريمة سعودية مروعة بحق 37 شخصا

قالت ثلاث منظمات حقوقية بحرينية بأنَّ إقدام السعودية على إعدام 37 مواطناً غالبيتهم من الطائفة الشيعة بعد محاكمات صورية جائرة وغير عادلة واعتر
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منظمات حقوقية بحرينية تستنكر جريمة سعودية مروعة بحق 37 شخصا

قالت ثلاث منظمات حقوقية بحرينية بأنَّ إقدام السعودية على إعدام 37 مواطناً غالبيتهم من الطائفة الشيعة بعد محاكمات صورية جائرة وغير عادلة واعترافات انت...

KSRelief signs agreements for relief to Lebanese, Syrians and Palestinians

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 06:20 BEIRUT: The general supervisor of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, signed on Wednesday seven agreements with Beirut and international and civil organizations operating
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KSRelief signs agreements for relief to Lebanese, Syrians and Palestinians

Author: Thu, 2019-04-25 06:20 BEIRUT: The general supervisor of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, signed on Wednesday seven agreements with Beirut and international and civil organizations operating in Lebanon to implement relief projects targeting Syrian and Palestinian refugees as well as the most affected host communities in Lebanon. Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who participated in the symposium at the Four Seasons Hotel Beirut to sign the agreements, praised the strong Saudi-Lebanese relations, which have existed for decades, and stressed Lebanon’s keenness to ensure their permanence and development. He said: “The meetings Al-Rabeeah has held with different Lebanese political and religious authorities over the past two days during his visit to Lebanon, under the guidance of King Salman, indicate the Saudi leadership’s true desire to deepen the fraternal ties with the Lebanese, support Lebanon’s unity, independence, sovereignty and coexistence formula, and protect its existence from the repercussions of all the fires, crises and interventions that plague many countries.” During the symposium, which was attended by a large group of political, religious and social figures, Al-Rabeeah called on the international donor community to shoulder more responsibility. Addressing the implementing bodies, he said: “It is time to reconsider your working mechanisms in order to develop them and improve procedures to avoid negative impacts.” “What I mean by reconsidering working processes is that there is a need to work professionally and skillfully because there are not many resources, and we must eliminate bureaucracy and speedily make the most of resources,” Al-Rabeeah told Arab News. He stressed the importance of developing a close partnership between the donor and the implementer of projects, highlighting that KSRelief’s work is subject to international and regional oversight mechanisms as well as its own internal control mechanisms. “We have two strategic partners, and when agreements are signed with the recipients of assistance, this means accepting oversight terms,” he said. Al-Rabeeah said: “Saudi Arabia supports the safe return of Syrian refugees to their country, and so is the case for Yemen.” “Saudi Arabia has supported peaceful dialogues, which restore security and stability,” he said. “In order for this to happen in Syria, we support the efforts of the United Nations and implement (as KSRelief) relief programs inside Syria. We also have major programs and we count on the UN to ensure a safe return for Syrian refugees.” On the Syrian regions in which KSRelief is implementing its programs and the difficulties faced, Al-Rabeeah told Arab News: “We have nothing to do with military or religious matters, and wherever there is security, we work. We also work through the UN and the international organizations inside Syria, and we do not have any hidden agenda in this field.” He stressed that “participating in rebuilding Syria requires security and stability, and the Saudi leadership hopes for a peaceful solution as soon as possible. Until this is achieved, the relief work will continue and won’t cease.” Al-Rabeeah announced that KSRelief is implementing a quality program to rehabilitate recruited children in Yemen alongside its education, protection, health and environment projects. “There are those who recruit children to fight in Yemen, violating all humanitarian laws. Our center rehabilitates them so that they are not used as terrorist tools in the future,” he said. Al-Rabeeah emphasized that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Vision 2030 has given relief work its share, especially in terms of volunteering programs. “We have great examples involved in the field,” he said. Among the signed agreements was one with the Lebanese High Relief Commission (HRC) to carry out a project to cover the food needs of Lebanese families. Chairman of Lebanon’s High Relief Commission Maj. Gen. Mohammed Khair told Arab News that the agreement targets distributing 10,000 food rations to orphans, widows and destitute families in the poorest and most disadvantaged areas in Lebanon. “This project is encouraging and gives hope to people,” he said. Khair said that there are 100,000 people in need in Bab Al-Tabbaneh district alone, pledging to commit to transparency during the implementation of the project. “It is not a question of sectarian balance; we are focused on those who are most in need,” he said. The signed agreements include one for repairing, equipping, and operating the Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Center for Dialysis at the Makassed General Hospital, an agreement with the UNHCR worth $5 million to implement a project for assisting the most affected Syrian families for six months, an agreement to support Souboul Assalam Association in Akkar (northern Lebanon), an agreement with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to implement a project worth $3.8 million to cover the needs of Syrian families that are below the poverty line for a year, and an agreement with UNRWA to cover the medical needs and treatment of cancer and multiple sclerosis in Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon. UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krahenbuhl said: “The challenge facing UNRWA after the reduction of its budget is maintaining the operation of its 715 schools in the Middle East.” “Saudi Arabia is a key partner for us, and owing to its help, we will be able to help cancer and multiple sclerosis patients,” he said. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief)KSRelief Saudi Arabia ‘feels the pain of’ displaced Syrians, says KSRelief chiefSaudi Arabia’s KSRelief team discusses Yemen livelihood project

تلعثمات الملك سلمان وتهور ابنه ومنافسي الحكم

نشر معهد “واشنطن” الأمريكي، تقريراً قال فيه إن صعود ولي العهد السعودي محمد بن سلمان “33 عاما” والمعروف باسم “MBS” الى كرسي الملك في المملكة ا
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تلعثمات الملك سلمان وتهور ابنه ومنافسي الحكم

نشر معهد “واشنطن” الأمريكي، تقريراً قال فيه إن صعود ولي العهد السعودي محمد بن سلمان “33 عاما” والمعروف باسم “MBS” الى كرسي الملك في المملكة العربية ا...

قطع رؤوس 37 سعوديا بينهم 3 قُصّر خرق خطير لحقوق الانسان

وصفت الامم المتحدة الاعدامات الجماعية في السعودية بالمشينة جداً واعتبرها الاتحاد الاوروبي خرقاً خطيراً لحقوق الانسان كما اعتبرتها المنظمة ا
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قطع رؤوس 37 سعوديا بينهم 3 قُصّر خرق خطير لحقوق الانسان

وصفت الامم المتحدة الاعدامات الجماعية في السعودية بالمشينة جداً واعتبرها الاتحاد الاوروبي خرقاً خطيراً لحقوق الانسان كما اعتبرتها المنظمة الأوروبية ا...

حراك بحراني تنديدا بجريمة آل سعود بحق 'شهداء الكرامة'

ما إن تواردت أنباء المجزرة الدمويّة التي اقترفها نظام آل سعود الإرهابيّ بحقّ أكثر من 32 شيعيًّا من القطيف والإحساء والمدينة المنورّة أعدمهم عل
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حراك بحراني تنديدا بجريمة آل سعود بحق 'شهداء الكرامة'

ما إن تواردت أنباء المجزرة الدمويّة التي اقترفها نظام آل سعود الإرهابيّ بحقّ أكثر من 32 شيعيًّا من القطيف والإحساء والمدينة المنورّة أعدمهم على خلفيّ...

Dutch consulate in Jeddah celebrates National Day

Author: Wed, 2019-04-24 22:40 JEDDAH: Diplomats from various countries gathered in Jeddah on Tuesday to celebrate the Netherlands’ National Day. The celebration, organized by the Dutch consulate in Jeddah, began with a speech from the honorary consu
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Dutch consulate in Jeddah celebrates National Day

Author: Wed, 2019-04-24 22:40 JEDDAH: Diplomats from various countries gathered in Jeddah on Tuesday to celebrate the Netherlands’ National Day. The celebration, organized by the Dutch consulate in Jeddah, began with a speech from the honorary consul, Nashwa Taher, who welcomed the guests and thanked them for attending.   She highlighted the most important potential opportunities for experience and knowledge exchange between the Netherlands and other countries.  “Saudi Arabia and the Netherlands enjoy long-term good relations, We thank God for that. Our role at the consulate in Jeddah is to develop business relations as much as possible,” Taher told Arab News.  Dutch Ambassador Joost Reintjes delivered his speech in Arabic after greeting the guests in his native tongue. “Both kingdoms have benefited from strong historical ties over the years,” he said, highlighting “success stories and cooperation between the two countries” in various sectors. “We hope to strengthen these relations in the future.” Bilateral relations can be traced as far back as the 17th century, but they were formalized with the opening of a Dutch consulate in Jeddah in 1869. The consulate was upgraded to an embassy, which moved to Riyadh in 1985.   Both countries’ national anthems were played after the speeches, then guests enjoyed a buffet dinner.  The National Day is known as King’s Day since it commemorates the birthday of King William Alexander on April 27. The Dutch Embassy organizes trade missions and events, and helps businesspeople and companies interested in doing business with the Netherlands, which is among top 10 trading partners and investors in Saudi Arabia.    Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: The NetherlandsAmbassador Joost Reintjes Spain considers playing Super Cup in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia plans to create 561,000 jobs under new digital employment initiative

Author: Wed, 2019-04-24 23:39 RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has revealed ambitious plans to create more than 561,000 private-sector jobs by 2023 as part of a new digital era for the Kingdom’s labor market. Minister of Labor and Social Development Ahmad Al-Ra
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Saudi Arabia plans to create 561,000 jobs under new digital employment initiative

Author: Wed, 2019-04-24 23:39 RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has revealed ambitious plans to create more than 561,000 private-sector jobs by 2023 as part of a new digital era for the Kingdom’s labor market. Minister of Labor and Social Development Ahmad Al-Rajhi made the announcement at the launch of the Qiwa online platform, which aims to combine all the country’s employment services under one electronic roof. Through digitalization, the Ministry of Labor and Social Development hopes to not only boost job opportunities for Saudi men and women, but also improve workplace efficiency and productivity, and attract international investment. Al-Rajhi said: “The ministry has entered into partnerships and agreements to settle more than 561,000 job opportunities in the private sector until 2023,” and the minister added that 45,000 Saudis had entered the labor market in the last three months. The new labor force platform will consolidate employment-related e-services already offered to job seekers, employees and employers and plans are in the pipeline to plug a further 71 services into the system. The Qiwa program aims to provide Saudi government officials with a data mine of statistical information to tackle business challenges facing employers and employees, help create new job opportunities, and achieve the Vision 2030 goal of reducing the country’s unemployment rate to 7 percent. Another key objective is to strategically enhance the Kingdom’s business environment to make it more attractive to local and international investors. A ministry statement issued to Arab News, said: “The Qiwa platform will have an impact on motivating investors. It will also re-engineer policies and procedures for all services provided to individuals and enterprises on a strong platform that will make a quantum leap in the business world and turn the Saudi market into an attractive market for opportunities and potential for competencies. “The services are provided in both Arabic and English in order to enable foreign investors to benefit from the services of a strong platform,” the statement added. The e-services include programs to encourage Saudis to access jobs in their locality by improving the workplace environment and making it more appealing to men and women. The Kingdom’s public sector is quickly adapting to international standards and labor market demands by digitalizing services, while the ministry is using the latest business management methods to help public organizations increase the competency and productivity of workers while creating a competitive labor market that can partner with the private sector. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Qiwa online systemSaudi employment Saudi Arabia’s unemployment rate drops to 12.7%38% drop in private sector Saudi employment

روسيا تشدد على تطوير التعاون العسكري مع السعودية

أكد وزير الدفاع الروسي، ​سيرغي شويغو​ خلال لقائه نائب وزير الدفاع السعودي خالد بن سلمان "أننا مصممون على تطوير التعاون الثنائي في إطار كل دائ
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روسيا تشدد على تطوير التعاون العسكري مع السعودية

أكد وزير الدفاع الروسي، ​سيرغي شويغو​ خلال لقائه نائب وزير الدفاع السعودي خالد بن سلمان "أننا مصممون على تطوير التعاون الثنائي في إطار كل دائرة القضا...

«تحالف الفتح» يستنكر إعدام 37 مواطنا سعوديا ويطالب الامم المتحدة بالإدانة

استنكر تحالف الفتح بزعامة هادي العامري اقدام السلطات السعودية على إعدام 37 مواطنا من ابناء منطقة القطيف، واصفا الحادثة بـ«الاجراء الطائفي&r
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«تحالف الفتح» يستنكر إعدام 37 مواطنا سعوديا ويطالب الامم المتحدة بالإدانة

استنكر تحالف الفتح بزعامة هادي العامري اقدام السلطات السعودية على إعدام 37 مواطنا من ابناء منطقة القطيف، واصفا الحادثة بـ«الاجراء الطائفي»، ومطالبا ا...

المجالس الإسلامية اليمنية تستنكر جريمة الإعدام البشعة في السعودية

أدانت المجالس الإسلامية اليمنية جريمة الإعدام البشعة التي أقدم النظام السعودي على ارتكابها بحق أبناء القطيف والأحساء وغيرهم تحت مبررات وعنا
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المجالس الإسلامية اليمنية تستنكر جريمة الإعدام البشعة في السعودية

أدانت المجالس الإسلامية اليمنية جريمة الإعدام البشعة التي أقدم النظام السعودي على ارتكابها بحق أبناء القطيف والأحساء وغيرهم تحت مبررات وعناوين سخيفة....

Iranian regime continues to feed sectarianism: Saudi deputy defense minister

Author: SPAID: 1556064699119819100Wed, 2019-04-24 03:10 DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman said the Iranian regime continues to feed sectarianism and disrespect international laws at the eighth Moscow Conference on In
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Iranian regime continues to feed sectarianism: Saudi deputy defense minister

Author: SPAID: 1556064699119819100Wed, 2019-04-24 03:10 DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman said the Iranian regime continues to feed sectarianism and disrespect international laws at the eighth Moscow Conference on International Security on Wednesday. “We have to choose between the chaos that Iran spreads and stability, security and development,” he said adding that “Iran is spreading chaos in the region through destruction and bloodshed, and by supporting the militias of Hezbollah and Houthis.” “Houthi militias continue to violate the resolutions of the Security Council and the Stockholm Agreement, ignored UN resolution 2216 and the Gulf initiative…our goal is to achieve stability for Yemeni citizens under a legitimate government,” he said. The deputy defense minister also said that the Kingdom is witnessing today an unprecedented transformation and development to achieve the vision 2030. A delegation led by Prince Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi deputy minister of defense, has arrived in Russia for an official visit on Tuesday, during which the members will take part in the eighth Moscow Conference on International Security and hold a number of meetings. Prince Khalid was welcomed by Saudi Ambassador to Russia Dr. Raed Qurmali, military adviser Maj. Gen. Talal Al-Otaibi and Military Attache Gen. Mohammad Al-Mutairi, along with the deputy chief of staff of the Russian defense ministry and other civilian and military officials. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Prince Khalid bin SalmanMoscowRussiamcis Prince Khalid, Pompeo hold talks in WashingtonPrince Khalid bin Salman meets Defense Ministry officials

بالفيديو.. رصد ظاهرة مذهلة في أجواء مكة المكرمة

نشرت تقارير إخبارية سعودية، ما وصفته بالظاهرة المذهلة، التي تم رصدها فوق جبل النور في مكة المكرمة بالسعودية....
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بالفيديو.. رصد ظاهرة مذهلة في أجواء مكة المكرمة

نشرت تقارير إخبارية سعودية، ما وصفته بالظاهرة المذهلة، التي تم رصدها فوق جبل النور في مكة المكرمة بالسعودية....

الاعدامات جريمة بشعة ارتكبها نظام خارج عن الانسانية

أدان تكتل المعارضة البحرانية في بريطانيا تنفيذ احكام الاعدام بحق 37 مواطن سعودي دون حصولهم على حق المحاكمة العادلة. ورأى التكتل في بيان أصدره ص
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الاعدامات جريمة بشعة ارتكبها نظام خارج عن الانسانية

أدان تكتل المعارضة البحرانية في بريطانيا تنفيذ احكام الاعدام بحق 37 مواطن سعودي دون حصولهم على حق المحاكمة العادلة. ورأى التكتل في بيان أصدره صباح ال...

Corruption siphoning $3.6 trillion away from global development work: OIC chief

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1556051219706069300Tue, 2019-04-23 23:26 JEDDAH: The multitrillion-dollar cost of corruption was siphoning vital funds away from initiatives to help develop some of the world’s most impoverished countries, a Saudi gathering o
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Corruption siphoning $3.6 trillion away from global development work: OIC chief

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1556051219706069300Tue, 2019-04-23 23:26 JEDDAH: The multitrillion-dollar cost of corruption was siphoning vital funds away from initiatives to help develop some of the world’s most impoverished countries, a Saudi gathering of leading human rights officials has been told. The secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Dr. Yousef Al-Othaimeen, has warned that widespread bribery and the theft of public funds was seriously undermining efforts to protect human rights. During his speech at the inaugural ceremony of the 15th regular session of the OIC’s Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) on Tuesday – delivered on his behalf by the organization’s assistant secretary-general for humanitarian affairs, Hesham Youssef – Al-Othaimeen revealed the global cost of corruption to be a staggering $3.6 trillion. The secretary-general said the inability to put an end to the problem presented an obstacle to wise governance and sustainable development, eventually leading to the impoverishment of developing countries. He noted that according to World Economic Forum statistics, the cost of corruption represented 5 percent of the world’s gross national income, a figure which negatively impacted on the poorest and most vulnerable people. The IPHRC meeting, being held at its headquarters in Jeddah through April 25, will address a range of issues, most notably ways to combat corruption. In his opening address, the recently elected IPHRC chairman, Akmal Saidov, thanked Saudi Arabia for hosting the session and the secretary-general for his support. He also reviewed the commission’s most significant activities planned for the current year. Saidov said that the IPHRC will hold its sixth international forum – to deal with youth rights – in Uzbekistan next October and noted that the commission will send a delegation to the occupied Palestinian territories, in coordination with the OIC’s General Secretariat. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) OIC reaffirms support to lasting peace in AfghanistanOIC forum delivers lesson in fight against terror

Youth pillars of reform plan, future of Saudi Arabia

Author: SPAID: 1556051079436056500Tue, 2019-04-23 23:24 RIYADH: Young people in Saudi Arabia are the pillars of the country’s reform plan and the future of the Kingdom, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported Prince Abdul Aziz bin Turki Al-Faisal a
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Youth pillars of reform plan, future of Saudi Arabia

Author: SPAID: 1556051079436056500Tue, 2019-04-23 23:24 RIYADH: Young people in Saudi Arabia are the pillars of the country’s reform plan and the future of the Kingdom, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported Prince Abdul Aziz bin Turki Al-Faisal as saying. The prince said that 70 percent of the country’s population were aged between 15 and 35, and that young people and sports were two key elements of the Vision 2030 reform plan. “We rely heavily on the programs offered by the state in various fields of sports, the arts and entertainment for young men and women, and I hope that we always offer the best to Saudi Arabia, the Arab world and the Islamic world.” The prince was in Cairo, attending a meeting of the Council of Arab Ministers of Youth and Sports. He said in a press statement that the Kingdom put forward many proposals throughout the year and that ministries responded positively to youth activities.  “The Kingdom has responded positively to many of the resolutions recommended during the meeting,” he said, adding that he hoped Arab youths would benefit from the outcome of these recommendations and meetings. SPA reported last week that young Saudis were being trained to deal with the international media as part of a project to promote the Kingdom around the world. A survey last year showed that 92 percent of young Saudis interviewed expressed a positive view of the outcome of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Vision 2030. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Vision 2030 Saudi youth campaign to save endangered animalsKingdom will take major strides with Vision 2030, say upbeat Saudi youths

Financial Sector Conference kicks off Wednesday in Riyadh

Wed, 2019-04-24 02:25 Thousands of delegates are expected to attend a two-day finance event in Riyadh, which starts on Wednesday under the patronage of King Salman. The Financial Sector Conference is being held by the Ministry of Finance and Saudi Arabian
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Financial Sector Conference kicks off Wednesday in Riyadh

Wed, 2019-04-24 02:25 Thousands of delegates are expected to attend a two-day finance event in Riyadh, which starts on Wednesday under the patronage of King Salman. The Financial Sector Conference is being held by the Ministry of Finance and Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA). Organizers of the event at the Ritz-Carlton conference hall in Riyadh said informally that some 3,400 attendees had signed up for the two-day showcase of the Kingdom’s financial industry, and that more were registering at an impressive rate. Delegates include ministers from the finance, economy and strategic ministries, as well as top policymakers from capital markets, investment and insurance industries. It follows last year’s Future Investment Initiative (FII) and the National Industrial Development and Logistics Program events, held at the same venue. The event will involve the presence of the Saudi Real Estate Refinance Company (SRC), which is seen as a key to providing more affordable housing in the Kingdom and boosting home  ownership by citizens. SRC, a subsidiary of Saudi Arabia’s sovereign Public Investment Fund, aims to issue up to SR4 billion ($1.07 billion) of long-term sukuk — or Islamic bonds — this year, its chief executive said on Tuesday. “Our strategy is clearly to tap the market twice this year,” Fabrice Susini said. “We are really looking at probably issuing something between ... 2 and 4 billion riyals that we may be issuing in two tranches.”   Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: FinanceSaudi ArabiaFinancial Sector Conference SAMA wins Best Risk Manager award among the world’s central bankSaudi finance ministry to take part in WSIS Forum 2019 in Geneva

Saudi Arabia expands trade ties with Mauritania

Author: SPAID: 1556063893946635600Wed, 2019-04-24 02:57 JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia is looking to expand its trade and investment links with Mauritania at a high-level forum that kicked off on Monday in the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott. Business leader
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Saudi Arabia expands trade ties with Mauritania

Author: SPAID: 1556063893946635600Wed, 2019-04-24 02:57 JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia is looking to expand its trade and investment links with Mauritania at a high-level forum that kicked off on Monday in the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott. Business leaders and ministers from both countries are taking part in the Saudi-Mauritanian Economic Forum, jointly organized by the Council of Saudi Chambers and the National Employers Union of Mauritania. Khadija Mubarak, Mauritania’s commerce, industry and tourism minister, said a series of presentations and special meetings with Mauritanian officials will allow investors to examine opportunities in the northwest African nation. Mauritanian government policies are encouraging investment in the country, she said, enabling it to rank high in the business climate index. Several partnership agreements have been signed with African countries and development partners in the EU, as well as free trade pacts to promote trade in the region, Mubarak said. Dr. Sami bin Abdullah Al-Obaidi, president of the Council of Saudi Chambers, said that the forum will open new horizons for business owners by increasing trade volume and expanding the economic partnership between the two countries. “It also aims to enable officials and business owners in both countries to exploit economic potential, natural resources, and multiple investment opportunities in the Kingdom and Mauritania,” he said. Al-Obaidi said that the Kingdom is working to strengthen trade relations with countries that have a healthy economic outlook. “Mauritania has a strong and diverse economy,” he said. Mohammed Ould Cheikh Ali Ahmed, head of the National Employers Union of Mauritania, said the forum reflects the keenness of the political leadership in both countries to “consolidate the ties of brotherhood and friendship.” “The forum comes at a time when Mauritania is witnessing investment-stimulating developments in terms of security, stability, great economic potential and promising investment opportunities, enabling it to become a preferred destination for international investments and for major international companies in the areas of energy, metals, agriculture, fishing and animal development,” he said. Mauritanian Prime Minister Mohamed Ould Salem Ould Al-Bashir welcomed a delegation of Saudi business owners who will meet with ministers, officials and investors to discuss trade and investment partnerships between the two countries. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi-Mauritania Forum Saudi-Mauritanian joint committee begins meetingsKSA, Mauritania sign MoU to promote moderate values in society

Saudi deputy defense minister arrives in Russia for official visit

Author: SPAID: 1556064699119819100Wed, 2019-04-24 03:10 MOSCOW: A delegation led by Prince Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi deputy minister of defense, has arrived in Russia for an official visit, during which the members will take part i
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Saudi deputy defense minister arrives in Russia for official visit

Author: SPAID: 1556064699119819100Wed, 2019-04-24 03:10 MOSCOW: A delegation led by Prince Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi deputy minister of defense, has arrived in Russia for an official visit, during which the members will take part in the eighth Moscow Conference on International Security and hold a number of meetings. Prince Khalid was welcomed by Saudi Ambassador to Russia Dr. Raed Qurmali, military adviser Maj. Gen. Talal Al-Otaibi and Military Attache Gen. Mohammad Al-Mutairi, along with the deputy chief of staff of the Russian defense ministry and other civilian and military officials. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Prince Khalid bin Salman Prince Khalid, Pompeo hold talks in WashingtonPrince Khalid bin Salman meets Defense Ministry officials

إبن سلمان اتخذ قرارا بمنع سفر الأمراء المشكوك بولائهم

كشفت مصادر إعلامية سعودية، عن أن ولي العهد السعودي محمد بن سلمان، اتخذ قرارا ينص على منع الأمراء المشكوك في ولائهم وخاصة الذين جرى اعتقالهم سن
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إبن سلمان اتخذ قرارا بمنع سفر الأمراء المشكوك بولائهم

كشفت مصادر إعلامية سعودية، عن أن ولي العهد السعودي محمد بن سلمان، اتخذ قرارا ينص على منع الأمراء المشكوك في ولائهم وخاصة الذين جرى اعتقالهم سنة 2017 ...

اليامي للعالم: سلمان وابنه معتمدان على العنف للبقاء بالحكم+فيديو

أكد مدير مركز الديمقراطية وحقوق الانسان في السعودية، علي اليامي أن الملك سلمان بن عبد العزيز ونجله محمد بن سلمان معتمدين على العنف للبقاء في ا
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اليامي للعالم: سلمان وابنه معتمدان على العنف للبقاء بالحكم+فيديو

أكد مدير مركز الديمقراطية وحقوق الانسان في السعودية، علي اليامي أن الملك سلمان بن عبد العزيز ونجله محمد بن سلمان معتمدين على العنف للبقاء في الحكم، م...

كيف وصفت العفو الدولية اعدام السعودية لـ37 معارضا؟

رأت ​منظمة العفو الدولية​ ان "الإعدام الجماعي الذي نفذته ​السعودية​ ما هو إلا مؤشر مروع على أنه لا قيمة لحياة الإنسان لدى السلطات التي تستخد
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كيف وصفت العفو الدولية اعدام السعودية لـ37 معارضا؟

رأت ​منظمة العفو الدولية​ ان "الإعدام الجماعي الذي نفذته ​السعودية​ ما هو إلا مؤشر مروع على أنه لا قيمة لحياة الإنسان لدى السلطات التي تستخدم ​عقوبة ...

مؤسسة أبحاث أميركية: ابن سلمان يمارس القمع السياسي

وجدت الكاتبة “كارين هاون” أن ولي العهد السعودي محمد بن سلمان يميل إلى القمع السياسي مبينة انعكاسات سياسات النظام السعودي على الواقع الاقتصا
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مؤسسة أبحاث أميركية: ابن سلمان يمارس القمع السياسي

وجدت الكاتبة “كارين هاون” أن ولي العهد السعودي محمد بن سلمان يميل إلى القمع السياسي مبينة انعكاسات سياسات النظام السعودي على الواقع الاقتصادي والاجتم...

ماذا قال ظريف عن اعدام السعودية لـ 37 شخصا؟

 قال وزير الخارجية الإيراني محمد جواد ظريف رداً علي قطع رؤوس 37 شخصا في السعودية، إن العضوية في فريق بولتون وإبن سلمان وإبن زايد ونتنياهو (بي بي
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ماذا قال ظريف عن اعدام السعودية لـ 37 شخصا؟

 قال وزير الخارجية الإيراني محمد جواد ظريف رداً علي قطع رؤوس 37 شخصا في السعودية، إن العضوية في فريق بولتون وإبن سلمان وإبن زايد ونتنياهو (بي بي) يمن...

لا يوجد حد للقمع ولوحشية المملكة السعودية

أدانت الدكتورة مضاوي الرشيد «المعارضة السعودية البارزة»، إقدام النظام السعودي على إعدام 37 مواطنا، مستهجنة التهم التي ألصقها النظام بال
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لا يوجد حد للقمع ولوحشية المملكة السعودية

أدانت الدكتورة مضاوي الرشيد «المعارضة السعودية البارزة»، إقدام النظام السعودي على إعدام 37 مواطنا، مستهجنة التهم التي ألصقها النظام بالأشخاص الذين تم...

لولا غطاء اميركا لما تجرأت الرياض على إعدام 37 مواطنا

قال الباحث في الفكر السياسي السعودي، الدكتور «فؤاد إبراهيم»، إنه لولا غطاء الإدارة الأميركية لما تجرأ النظام السعودي على إعدام 37 مواطن
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لولا غطاء اميركا لما تجرأت الرياض على إعدام 37 مواطنا

قال الباحث في الفكر السياسي السعودي، الدكتور «فؤاد إبراهيم»، إنه لولا غطاء الإدارة الأميركية لما تجرأ النظام السعودي على إعدام 37 مواطنًا....

السفارة السعودية في واشنطن تحذر مواطنيها!

وجهت السفارة السعودية في واشنطن تحذيرا إلى المواطنين المقيمين في الولايات المتحدة من تلقي اتصالات ورسائل بريد إلكترونية وهمية من جهات تنتحل
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السفارة السعودية في واشنطن تحذر مواطنيها!

وجهت السفارة السعودية في واشنطن تحذيرا إلى المواطنين المقيمين في الولايات المتحدة من تلقي اتصالات ورسائل بريد إلكترونية وهمية من جهات تنتحل السفارة أ...

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