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Saudi-developed tech showcased at GITEX

Author: Wed, 2019-10-09 11:06 DUBAI: Multiple models of Saudi-developed security technology are being showcased at GITEX Technology Week 2019 in Dubai. They include advanced radars and cameras on Saudi Arabia’s northern borders to detect any externa

Award-winning Saudi health care organization homes in on global awareness day

Fri, 2019-10-18 02:47 JEDDAH: In preparation for its adoption as a global day, the National Home Health Care Foundation (NHHCF) has launched its “We Care” social initiative which will be celebrated annually on Dec. 8 as a Saudi awareness event. The ann
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Award-winning Saudi health care organization homes in on global awareness day

Fri, 2019-10-18 02:47 JEDDAH: In preparation for its adoption as a global day, the National Home Health Care Foundation (NHHCF) has launched its “We Care” social initiative which will be celebrated annually on Dec. 8 as a Saudi awareness event. The announcement of the NHHCF’s new We Care identity came after it received an excellence award from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The slogan, approved by the Saudi Ministry of Health, is based on the foundation’s belief in the vital role of civil society institutions in launching community development initiatives to serve the country and citizens, while enhancing their responsibility toward society. Princess Adila bint Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, chairperson of the NHHCF board of trustees, told a press conference at Jeddah’s Hilton hotel recently that We Care would continue to spread awareness of home health care services within the community. “A hospital bed can cost a patient some SR2,000 ($533) a day. If that patient’s case is stable according to a consultant’s recommendation, the service can be provided to the patient at home for less than SR300. INNUMBERS In 2018, the foundation was able to serve 16,034 patients with 24,185 medical and social services. In the same year, the foundation made more than 29,400 visits to patients in Tabuk, Hail and Jazan. It also carried out nearly 272,000 patient visits in Jeddah, Madinah, Asir, Baha, Najran and Riyadh. In 2017, the foundation provided 10,237 patients with more than 11,390 medical services. Since its establishment 22 years ago, it has helped more than 93,390 patients with at least 140,500 services. “It is a cost-effective service with the same care quality in an environment that patients desire, which is home,” said the princess. She added that similar services had been operating in the West for decades. Her comments came after the NHHCF won the GCC award of excellence for its “We Care 360” app, a leading project in social work and sustainable development. The app was launched by the president of King Abdul Aziz University on May 13 in the presence of Princess Adila. The Saudi home care awareness day will be the first of its kind to be adopted as a global calendar day for the World Health Organization (WHO) and is credited to Saudi Arabia. Abeer Kabbani, vice president and head of fundraising and public relations, told Arab News that the logo for the initiative had been inspired by the shomagh (Saudi male head cover), and would be the permanent logo for the occasion. She said help was available in the provision of various medical devices.  “These include electrical beds, air mattresses, industrial respirators, oxygen generators, electric wheelchairs, all kinds of electrical devices, blood sugar, blood pressure and oxygen measuring devices.” Kabbani told Arab News that “360” in the app’s name referred to the 360 degrees in a circle. “This circle represents the cycle of our service; from the time a patient first receives it until they send us feedback on the quality of the service.” She added that the app was launched in line with the foundation’s plans to utilize technology for the benefit of patients. The NHHCF was established in Riyadh in 1997 under the auspices of Princess Hissah bint Tiradh Al-Shaalan, wife of the late King Abdullah, to care for the growing number of patients with terminal illnesses following their discharge from public hospitals.   Medical equipment It is a nonprofit organization that aims to maximize quality of life for patients within the home environment, and its western region branch was founded later in 1997 with Princess Adila as its head. She has presided over the NHHCF throughout the Kingdom since 2014. “The foundation provides patients with necessary medical equipment and consumable supplies and lends them a hand to become self-reliant, independent and productive members of society,” the princess said. She pointed out that the foundation gave advice to patients’ families on how to assist with health care.  “We have also signed a number of agreements and partnerships to help patients easily get all the medical assistance they need.” Fourteen years ago, the NHHCF collaborated with King Abdul Aziz University Hospital’s Home Health Care Center to provide funding to pay for patients’ medical expenses. Other similar centers in Saudi cities, including Madinah and Asir, were supported in the same way. In 2015, the foundation provided more than 9,500 services to patients. “The NHHCF also works closely with hospitals to identify patient needs for medical equipment,” Princess Adila said. She added that the foundation accepted eligible patients of all ages. The princess, who chairs an all-female board of trustees, added that the foundation was looking to work more closely with media organizations. “We have been focusing more on work than media. But we hope media channels can help shed light on our social contributions. We’re hopeful, too, that we can bridge the gap between us and the media through mutual cooperation for public interest.” She hoped that through publicity the private sector would support their patient-targeted programs and initiatives.     Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: SAUDI National Home Health Care Foundation (NHHCF)We Care Saudi Arabia to host region’s largest global gaming tournamentRiyadh Season Boulevard zone opens with spectacular parade

Saudi Arabia bans livestock imports from Sudan and Djibouti over RVF fears

Author: Fri, 2019-10-18 03:44 JEDDAH: The Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture has announced a ban on importing livestock from Sudan and Djibouti. The ministry said the ban is a response to the announcement of World Organization for Animal H
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Saudi Arabia bans livestock imports from Sudan and Djibouti over RVF fears

Author: Fri, 2019-10-18 03:44 JEDDAH: The Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture has announced a ban on importing livestock from Sudan and Djibouti. The ministry said the ban is a response to the announcement of World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) concerning documented cases of Rift Valley fever (RVF) in Sudan.  In addition, a sample from one livestock shipment arriving from Djibouti was positive and thus was not cleared. According to the ministry, Saudi Arabia imported 5 million heads of cattle from Sudan and 700,000 from Djibouti during the last Hijri year, prior to the ban. The spokesman for the ministry, Abdullah Abalkhail, said that alternative sources include GCC, Jordan, Uruguay, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Georgia, Portugal, Hungary, Kazakhstan and Romania, as well as Chinese Mongolia, Argentine, Brazil and the US. These countries can hardly compete with African states, said Al-Jadani, due to prices, different weather and customer demand.  HIGHLIGHTS Humaid Al-Jadani, a livestock merchant and a former member of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce livestock committee, said 5 ships were about to arrive carrying up to 50,000 heads of cattle when the ban was announced, but were turned back. He said that the Saudi market depends heavily on imports from Africa, specifically Sudan and Djibouti. Prices have risen during the past two days by 30 percent and further rises are expected, said Al-Jadani. Official reports from Sudan say that at least 135 cases of rift valley fever were documented in Sudan, in Kassala, Red Sea and northern Darfur.  The domestic livestock, he added, covers the demand of a very low percentage of the market and the price of local sheep are very high. All shipments are examined at their point of arrival and only healthy animals are allowed into the local market.   Regulations The ministry has already banned livestock imports from Somalia. “The ministry studies each country individually to put health regulations in line with the OIE and we follow up daily reports from the OIE to reduce the spread of the diseases among animals and people,” Abalkhail said. Humaid Al-Jadani, a livestock merchant and a former member of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce livestock committee, said five ships were about to arrive carrying up to 50,000 heads of cattle when the ban was announced, but were turned back. He said that the Saudi market depends heavily on imports from Africa, specifically Sudan and Djibouti. According Al-Jadani, prices have risen during the past two days by 30 percent and further rises are expected in the coming period. The ministry has called on those working in the sector to contact officials on the hotline 8002470000 if they find any suspicious cases. A fine up to SR1 million ($267,000) will be imposed on any company contravening the ban. Official reports from Sudan say that at least 135 cases of RVF were documented in Sudan, in Kassala, Red Sea and Northern Darfur. According to the World Health Organization Sudan witnessed a huge RVF outbreak in 2007, while in Saudi Arabia RVF spread back in 2000. The World Bank noted previously that six zoonotic diseases between 1997 and 2009 have led to a loss of $80 billion. Officials believe that only through collaboration between various authorities in the health, biology and environment sectors the disease can be controlled. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)Rift valley FeverSudanDjibouti KSA cooperates with New Zealand to genetically develop livestock breedsSaudi livestock firm SALIC in Dh5 billion joint venture with UAE’s Al Dahra

TheFace: Mezna Al-Marzooqi, assistant professor at King Saud University

Author: Fri, 2019-10-18 05:19 I am from a middle-class family; my father was a businessman and my mother taught illiterate adults how to read and write. I am also a middle child, the third among three sisters and two brothers. My oldest brother died i
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TheFace: Mezna Al-Marzooqi, assistant professor at King Saud University

Author: Fri, 2019-10-18 05:19 I am from a middle-class family; my father was a businessman and my mother taught illiterate adults how to read and write. I am also a middle child, the third among three sisters and two brothers. My oldest brother died in 2007, and my father passed away a year after that. My mother is the resilient one in the family and she managed to hold us all together. I learned a lot about life and love from my Mama. She showered us in unconditional love, letting me pursue my education and giving me the freedom to travel. She is also very enthusiastic about helping others through volunteer work and she expects nothing in return. One incident that really had a big impact on me was when she supported my uncle with the running of his date factory and brought in low-income families to help them find jobs. Her passion to help others has inspired me to keep on giving. She is my biggest source of inspiration and I hope one day I can be like her. My family moved around a lot as I was growing up. I was born in Alkhobar, but we moved to Buqayq and lived on a farm, something my father encouraged as he was very outdoorsy. When I was in elementary school, I remember regularly walking to my aunt’s house in Alkhobar. She worked for Saudi Aramco, and there were a lot of communities and sports clubs that I joined in with. I have fond memories of attending karate classes with my cousins and getting my yellow belt during my sixth grade. During high school, we moved to Al-Ahsa, and I later applied to King Saud University (KSU) in Riyadh, where I studied medical science and health education. I then traveled to the US to pursue a master’s degree in public health. I was fortunate enough to be accepted for a six-month training program with the World Health Organization (WHO). Working with a big, multicultural team, I learned a lot, especially from my supervisor. After gaining my master’s degree, I returned to Saudi Arabia where I was recruited by KSU. I had signed my contract with the university while in America through its program of attracting outstanding professors and researchers. After teaching for one year at KSU, I went to Australia for four years to do my Ph.D. I now live in Riyadh working full time as an assistant professor teaching public health in the community health science department at KSU’s applied medical science college. My research is currently focused on physical activity, especially for female school students and those at college level. One of my projects is aimed at increasing physical activity awareness among small female students and physical literacy, another area I am trying to add to my research. The Kingdom has few women in this field, so I would love to help as many Saudi female researchers as I can. My family, mother, sisters, brother, niece and nephew remain my top priorities. I believe that life is short so live moments to the full, enjoy life and do all things possible to bring peace to my community. I am passionate about having harmony with the people around me. Community members may have different attitudes or views, but they all have the same human feelings. My favorite quote is by Jiddu Krishnamurti (Indian philosopher) who said: “Self-knowledge has no end — you don’t come to an achievement; you don’t come to a conclusion. It is an endless river.” I have never regretted the career path I’ve taken. I love what I’m doing and am glad to spend my free time engaged in community work and helping others, as my mother has always done.  Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: #TheFacethe faceTheFaceKing Saud University TheFace: Haifa Abuzabibah, Saudi human resources leaderTheFace: Sarah Al-Jindan, Saudi software engineer

We have ‘double responsibility’ to ward off threats, Saudi minister tells GCC meeting

Fri, 2019-10-18 05:51 MUSCAT, Oman: The ministers of interior of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for Arab States held their 36th meeting in the Omani capital Muscat. Saudi Interior Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif led his country’s delegat
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We have ‘double responsibility’ to ward off threats, Saudi minister tells GCC meeting

Fri, 2019-10-18 05:51 MUSCAT, Oman: The ministers of interior of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for Arab States held their 36th meeting in the Omani capital Muscat. Saudi Interior Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif led his country’s delegation to the meeting. The Saudi minister said: “We are facing many growing challenges due to the stature of our countries, their strategic position and our social cohesion. It is our duty and responsibility to face these challenges with determination and ability, relying on God first and then on the wisdom of our leaders and the consciousness of our peoples. “We meet today amid critical circumstances, serious terrorist and security threats, and external interventions aimed primarily at fomenting chaos, strife and interference in our internal affairs. Therefore, we have a double responsibility to ward off threats to our homelands and peoples. The Kingdom supports the GCC countries in maintaining sovereignty, stability and common Gulf security.” Prince Abdul Aziz said: “The lack of security and stability in many regions of the world has led to an increase in waves of violence, terrorism and the spread of transnational organized crime, and this puts us with a shared responsibility to take effective measures to protect our security. Thus, there is a need to activate relevant strategies, agreements and resolutions issued by the Gulf Joint Action Institutions so as to maintain the security and stability of our states.” The secretary-general of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Dr. Abdullah Al-Zayani, said: “We must work hard, to protect the security and stability of the GCC countries and safeguard the interests of their citizens and residents,” he said. During their meeting the ministers condemned the sabotage attack on oil installations in Abqaiq and Khurais in Saudi Arabia. The ministers honored the winners of the Prince Naif bin Abdul Aziz Award for Security Research of the GCC 2017. They also honored the president of the Saudi Press Agency, Abdullah bin Fahd Al-Hussein, for his efforts in promoting the Prince Naif bin Abdul Aziz Award for Security Research. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)muscatOman GCC ministers bat for unified tourism system in the regionSaudi Aramco confirms death of contractor in Abqaiq oil pipeline leak

Madinah governor visits survivors of Al-Akhal bus crash

Author: Fri, 2019-10-18 05:56 MADINAH: Prince Faisal bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, the governor of Madinah, visited the city’s King Fahad Hospital on Thursday to check on the progress of four pilgrims who were injured in a bus crash that killed 35 peopl
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Madinah governor visits survivors of Al-Akhal bus crash

Author: Fri, 2019-10-18 05:56 MADINAH: Prince Faisal bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, the governor of Madinah, visited the city’s King Fahad Hospital on Thursday to check on the progress of four pilgrims who were injured in a bus crash that killed 35 people near Al-Akhal on Wednesday. The prince, who was joined by his deputy, Prince Saud bin Khalid Al-Faisal, wished them a speedy recovery. He spoke medics about the patients’ conditions, and stressed the importance of following up on their care and referring them for specialized treatment if needed. Prince Faisal also ordered arrangements to be made to host the families of the injured people while they recover. The dead and injured were foreign nationals traveling on a bus that collided with a “heavy vehicle” on Hijra highway.   Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Madinah 35 expat pilgrims die in bus crash in Saudi Arabia4 pilgrims dead, 45 injured in bus accident

العلاقات الايرانية مع دولِ الجوار وتطوراتِ الانفصال البريطاني عن الاتحادِ الاوروبي

نشرة «بانوراما» تأتيكم في بث مباشر كل ليلة في الساعة 11:00 مساء بتوقيت طهران وستتناول هذه الليلة العلاقات الايرانية مع دولِ الجوار وتطورات
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العلاقات الايرانية مع دولِ الجوار وتطوراتِ الانفصال البريطاني عن الاتحادِ الاوروبي

نشرة «بانوراما» تأتيكم في بث مباشر كل ليلة في الساعة 11:00 مساء بتوقيت طهران وستتناول هذه الليلة العلاقات الايرانية مع دولِ الجوار وتطوراتِ الانفصال ...

السعودية تؤجل الطرح العام الأولي المحتمل لأرامكو

ذكرت صحيفة فايننشال تايمز، نقلا عن ثلاثة مصادر مطلعة إن شركة النفط العملاقة أرامكو السعودية أرجأت الإطلاق المزمع لطرح عام أولي....
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السعودية تؤجل الطرح العام الأولي المحتمل لأرامكو

ذكرت صحيفة فايننشال تايمز، نقلا عن ثلاثة مصادر مطلعة إن شركة النفط العملاقة أرامكو السعودية أرجأت الإطلاق المزمع لطرح عام أولي....

السعودية والامارات تدعوان مواطنيها تفادي أماكن تظاهرات لبنان

دعت ​السفارة السعودية​ في ​بيروت​، جميع رعاياها المقيمين والزائرين لأخذ الحيطة والحذر والابتعاد عن أماكن التظاهرات....
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السعودية والامارات تدعوان مواطنيها تفادي أماكن تظاهرات لبنان

دعت ​السفارة السعودية​ في ​بيروت​، جميع رعاياها المقيمين والزائرين لأخذ الحيطة والحذر والابتعاد عن أماكن التظاهرات....

Moath Al-Naeem, chief investment officer of Alpha Capital

Author: Thu, 2019-10-17 23:18 Moath Al-Naeem has been chief investment officer of Alpha Capital since its establishment in March 2018. Alpha Capital is a rapidly growing company licensed by the Capital Market Authority and with assets well above SR1 b
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Moath Al-Naeem, chief investment officer of Alpha Capital

Author: Thu, 2019-10-17 23:18 Moath Al-Naeem has been chief investment officer of Alpha Capital since its establishment in March 2018. Alpha Capital is a rapidly growing company licensed by the Capital Market Authority and with assets well above SR1 billion ($267 million). Before joining the company, Al-Naeem worked for almost a decade in Saudi Aramco’s investment department, which handled the oil giant’s multibillion-dollar pension and savings plans. Al-Naeem began his career as a financial analyst in fixed income and public equity desks. Afterwards, he led the international real estate desk, where he conducted an on-site investment review and due diligence on several funds to build the global real assets portfolio. He worked on the restructuring of Aramco’s thrift savings plan and was part of a team that led the successful spin-off of the investment department to a standalone entity, Wisayah Investment Co. Al-Naeem, a CFA charter holder, earned his MBA from Imperial College London, and attended executive programs in real estate and private equity at Harvard and London Business School, respectively. He is a board member of Dammam Airport Co. and Siporex Lightweight Construction Co., and a member of the Investment and Financial Papers Committee at the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He was also a board member of the CFA Society in Saudi Arabia. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Who's WhoAlpha Capital Jerry Inzerillo, CEO of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority Zahra Al-Ghamdi, Saudi academic

Saudi Arabia and Palestinians agree to establish economic committee, joint business council

Thu, 2019-10-17 13:46 RIYADH: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas agreed to establish an economic committee and joint business council on Thursday, Saudi Press Agency reported.  Crown Prince Mohammed and Presi
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Saudi Arabia and Palestinians agree to establish economic committee, joint business council

Thu, 2019-10-17 13:46 RIYADH: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas agreed to establish an economic committee and joint business council on Thursday, Saudi Press Agency reported.  Crown Prince Mohammed and President Abbas also discussed the Palestinian issue and efforts made to guarantee the rights of the Palestinian people to establish an independent state with east Jerusalem as its capital. Crown Prince Mohammed’s meeting with the Palestinian president came a day after King Salman met with him on Wednesday in the capital Riyadh. The king welcomed Abbas and his delegation to Saudi Arabia, while the Palestinian president expressed his pleasure to visit the Kingdom and his meeting with the king. King Salman also hosted a luncheon in honor of the president and his accompanying delegation. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Crown Prince Mohammed bin SalmanPalestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Saudi Arabia’s King Salman meets Palestinian President Abbas Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas swears in new government

King Salman appoints new Saudi central bank deputy governor

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1571320678907313800Thu, 2019-10-17 16:57 RIYADH: King Salman appointed Ayman bin Mohammed Al-Sayari as deputy governor for the Kingdom’s central bank, the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA), Saudi Press Agency report
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King Salman appoints new Saudi central bank deputy governor

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1571320678907313800Thu, 2019-10-17 16:57 RIYADH: King Salman appointed Ayman bin Mohammed Al-Sayari as deputy governor for the Kingdom’s central bank, the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA), Saudi Press Agency reported on Thursday. Al-Sayari was previously SAMA's deputy governor for investment. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: King SalmanSaudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA) Saudi Arabia’s King Salman receives 55th monetary authority’s annual reportDr. Yahya bin Abdullah Al-Samaan, assistant speaker of the Saudi Shoura Council

احتكاكات بين واشنطن والرياض بشأن كيفية إدارة السعودية لـ «باتريوت»

أفادت صحيفة «وول ستريت جورنال» بوجود توتر بين الولايات المتحدة والسعودية بسبب كيفية استخدام سلطات المملكة لمنظومات «باتريوت» الص
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احتكاكات بين واشنطن والرياض بشأن كيفية إدارة السعودية لـ «باتريوت»

أفادت صحيفة «وول ستريت جورنال» بوجود توتر بين الولايات المتحدة والسعودية بسبب كيفية استخدام سلطات المملكة لمنظومات «باتريوت» الصاروخية أمريكية الصنع....

استراتيجية السعودية 'المريبة' تجاه القضية الفلسطينية!

استقبل الملك السعودي سلمان بن عبد العزيز، رئيس السلطة الفلسطينية محمود عباس في الرياض «تقديرا له» على ما يبدو، لمساعدته على المضي قدما ف
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استراتيجية السعودية 'المريبة' تجاه القضية الفلسطينية!

استقبل الملك السعودي سلمان بن عبد العزيز، رئيس السلطة الفلسطينية محمود عباس في الرياض «تقديرا له» على ما يبدو، لمساعدته على المضي قدما في خطوة تطبيعي...

صندوق النقد: العالم ينظر بكآبة لاقتصاد السعودية

في مؤشر جديد على فشل خطة التحول الاقتصادي من الاعتماد على النفط في السعودية والتي أُطلق عليها “رؤية 2030″، تناولت شبكة أمريكية تقريراً عن صندو
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صندوق النقد: العالم ينظر بكآبة لاقتصاد السعودية

في مؤشر جديد على فشل خطة التحول الاقتصادي من الاعتماد على النفط في السعودية والتي أُطلق عليها “رؤية 2030″، تناولت شبكة أمريكية تقريراً عن صندوق النقد...

استراتيجية السعودية 'المريبة' تجاه القضية الفلسطينية !

استقبل الملك السعودي سلمان بن عبدالعزيز، رئيس السلطة الفلسطينية محمود عباس في القصر الملكي بالرياض «تقديرا له» على مايبدو، لمساعدته عل
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استراتيجية السعودية 'المريبة' تجاه القضية الفلسطينية !

استقبل الملك السعودي سلمان بن عبدالعزيز، رئيس السلطة الفلسطينية محمود عباس في القصر الملكي بالرياض «تقديرا له» على مايبدو، لمساعدته على مضي السعودية ...

اول معلومة عن مكان القحطاني يكشفها سفير سعودي

كشف السفير السعودي في بريطانيا، الأمير خالد بن بندر بن سلطان، عن حقيقة صادمة بشأن المستشار السابق في الديوان الملكي، سعود القحطاني، انه لم يت
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اول معلومة عن مكان القحطاني يكشفها سفير سعودي

كشف السفير السعودي في بريطانيا، الأمير خالد بن بندر بن سلطان، عن حقيقة صادمة بشأن المستشار السابق في الديوان الملكي، سعود القحطاني، انه لم يتعرض للمس...

سجادة حمراء للفريق السعودي وغزة تتظاهر

حدثان يعكسان بشكل واضح العلاقات السعودية الفلسطينية هذه الأيام، ومفارقات هذه العلاقة، سياسيا على وجه الخصوص....
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سجادة حمراء للفريق السعودي وغزة تتظاهر

حدثان يعكسان بشكل واضح العلاقات السعودية الفلسطينية هذه الأيام، ومفارقات هذه العلاقة، سياسيا على وجه الخصوص....

خمور وفاحشة في ملاهي جدة يديرها هذا الامير

كشف حساب شهير بتسريباته من داخل قصور الحكم بالسعودية، تفاصيل ما قال إنها “ملاه ليلية” في مدينة جدة السعودية....
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خمور وفاحشة في ملاهي جدة يديرها هذا الامير

كشف حساب شهير بتسريباته من داخل قصور الحكم بالسعودية، تفاصيل ما قال إنها “ملاه ليلية” في مدينة جدة السعودية....

سعودية تقتحم برنامج المسامح كريم وتذهل جورج قرداحي

نشرت قناة برنامج المسامح كريم على اليوتيوب إحدى حلقاتها التي يقدمها المذيع الشهير جورج قرداحي ....
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سعودية تقتحم برنامج المسامح كريم وتذهل جورج قرداحي

نشرت قناة برنامج المسامح كريم على اليوتيوب إحدى حلقاتها التي يقدمها المذيع الشهير جورج قرداحي ....

منصور هادي يشعر بالاهانة ويقدم شكوى ضد التحالف

شعر الرئيس اليمني المستقيل عبد ربه منصور هادي بالاهانة لعدم مشاركته في الاتفاقات الامنية التي حصلت بين السلطات السعودية والجماعات الانفصالي
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منصور هادي يشعر بالاهانة ويقدم شكوى ضد التحالف

شعر الرئيس اليمني المستقيل عبد ربه منصور هادي بالاهانة لعدم مشاركته في الاتفاقات الامنية التي حصلت بين السلطات السعودية والجماعات الانفصالية في عدن ل...

توكل كرمان: لدينا شقيقة كبرى تريد تدمير بلادنا

شنت الناشطة اليمنية الحائزة على جائزة نوبل للسلام توكل كرمان هجوما حادا على السعودية....
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توكل كرمان: لدينا شقيقة كبرى تريد تدمير بلادنا

شنت الناشطة اليمنية الحائزة على جائزة نوبل للسلام توكل كرمان هجوما حادا على السعودية....

Russian Film Week promises entertainment bonanza in Saudi Arabia

Author: Thu, 2019-10-17 01:07 RIYADH: The growth of the cinema scene in Saudi Arabia reached unprecedented heights with the opening of Russian Film Week in Riyadh this week, a cultural bridge that has provided the Saudi audience with a broader look int
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Russian Film Week promises entertainment bonanza in Saudi Arabia

Author: Thu, 2019-10-17 01:07 RIYADH: The growth of the cinema scene in Saudi Arabia reached unprecedented heights with the opening of Russian Film Week in Riyadh this week, a cultural bridge that has provided the Saudi audience with a broader look into the world of cinema. “There are a lot of correlations between modern Russian film history and the same for your country,” said Paul Heth, chairman of KARO cinema, Russia’s leading cinema chain. The Kingdom is ripe for cinema business investment and many cineplexes have spread across the country, enticing investors to provide the best experience for moviegoers. The ground is fertile for growth and with an increasingly technological world, the cinema experience has upped its game. This week, the Saudi Ministry of Culture, in coordination with the Russian Development and Investment Fund and KARO, is bringing a taste of Russian cinema culture to Riyadh as part of the Russian Culture in Riyadh Festival. The event coincided with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s state visit.  Stalingrad, 2013, directed by Fyodor Bondarchuk. Earlier this month, Arab News met with the young and innovative president of KARO, Olga Zinyakova, and Paul Heth, chairman of KARO, at one of Moscow’s oldest theaters, the Oktyabr (October), for an exclusive look into bridging cultural divides through film. “This is the first time Riyadh is hosting Russian Film Week and we are excited about how the Saudi audience will accept our movies and culture,” said Zinyakova. “We really hope Russian films will find a response in the hearts of Riyadh moviegoers. It is really exciting to become acquainted with the opportunities your country has for the development of the film industry.” HIGHLIGHTS The Saudi Ministry of Culture is bringing a taste of Russian cinema culture to Riyadh. For the first time in the Kingdom, nine of the best Russian films and animations were selected for a Saudi audience.  The Mirror, 1975, directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.  For the first time in the Kingdom, nine of the best Russian films and animations were selected for a Saudi audience. The screenings will be held at the King Fahad Cultural Center in Riyadh. “Our program has a few classic Russian movies. We also have animations, which will be interesting for any audience, no matter where they are from, because movies are universal,” said Zinyakova. “The Cranes are Flying,” “Coach,” “Salyut 7,” “Stalingrad,” “Mirror,” are some of the movies to be screened over the coming days. Among the selected movies are winners of international film festivals and animations that opened up new horizons in storytelling. “We think that all of these movies will let the Saudi audience learn how versatile our cinematography is and how the movies are changing with the times,” said Zinyakova. The Coach, 2018, directed by Danila Kozlovsky. “The movies have gained popularity outside our country and are known and loved by a lot of people globally, and the Saudi audience will have the opportunity to become acquainted with an important part of the world of cinematography.” Heth said that film production and cinemas are crucial for bridging cultural divides.  He said that Saudi Arabia has potential for growth in the market as it recently opened cinema halls, with room for expansion. He added that “KARO started in Russia in 1993 with one part-time cinema in a hotel lobby. By 1996, it had nine screens and the entire box office of cinema in Russia was $3 million. Over 20 years later, there are about 4,000 screens in a $1 billion market. So, there are a lot of correlations between modern Russian film history and the same for your country.” The first Western-style theater in Russia was opened in the lobby of the Moscow Radisson. Cranes are Flying, 2957, directed by Mikhail Kalatozov. Russia had a thriving film tradition during the Soviet era and after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the industry was rebuilt from scratch. KARO has created a brand for itself by focusing on technology and setting new standards for the theatrical exhibition industry in Russia. According to Zinyakova, “KARO is part of a culture. We are not just an exhibitor. “We think that Saudi Arabia’s market is full of opportunities for the development of the film industry.  The current macroeconomic situation in the country is positive for entering the entertainment market,” said Zinyakova.  “We would be glad to contribute to the development of cinema in Saudi Arabia and to consider cooperation between our countries in this area.” Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Culture and EntertainmentRussian Film WeekSaudi entertainment Russian culture festival launched in RiyadhRussian culture festival launched in Riyadh

Tolerance key to promoting inclusive society: EU envoy

Thu, 2019-10-17 01:57 RIYADH/JEDDAH: The European envoy to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday called for more tolerance and respect to help bring diverse societies closer together. Ambassador Michele Cervone d’Urso, head of the EU delegation to the Kingdom, made
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Tolerance key to promoting inclusive society: EU envoy

Thu, 2019-10-17 01:57 RIYADH/JEDDAH: The European envoy to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday called for more tolerance and respect to help bring diverse societies closer together. Ambassador Michele Cervone d’Urso, head of the EU delegation to the Kingdom, made his appeal as he welcomed attendees to a high-profile lecture to discuss Saudi and European perspectives on religious tolerance and diversity. Organized by the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies (KFCRIS), the event gathered together top intellectuals, diplomats and scholars to debate the issues of tolerance, forgiveness and acceptance of others. Opening the lecture at the King Faisal Foundation building in Riyadh, d’Urso spoke about tolerance and how it was core to the transformation of societies, especially in Europe which had become more diverse. “Today’s European society is a mixture of cultures, faiths, values, ideas, and habits. The challenge is to make sure our society is more inclusive, enhance mutual understanding and promote tolerance and respect,” the envoy said. He pointed to the UN’s blossoming partnership with the KFCRIS and the importance of the lecture as key building blocks in the process of bridging cultural and religious gaps between societies. “I think there are few more teams that are exchanging on the Saudi and European perspectives of religious tolerance and diversity. All of us know that the KFCRIS builds from the legacy of the late King Faisal and has been a pillar in promoting Islam,” d’Urso added. HIGHLIGHTS Ambassador Michele Cervone d’Urso, head of the EU delegation to the Kingdom, made his appeal as he welcomed attendees to a high-profile lecture to discuss Saudi and European perspectives on religious tolerance and diversity. Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, secretary-general of the Muslim World League (MWL), told delegates that when he talked about tolerance in Islam, he also meant tolerance in Saudi Arabia as a state that applied and was governed by Shariah law. The director of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), Dr. Michael Privot, who converted to Islam 26 years ago, spoke about how the EU was characterized by increasing diversity, including religious and philosophical beliefs, even from the Muslim perspective. He noted that in Europe there were many people of faith that had respect for coexistence.  Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, secretary-general of the Muslim World League (MWL), told delegates that when he talked about tolerance in Islam, he also meant tolerance in Saudi Arabia as a state that applied and was governed by Shariah law. He said a state that respected others, human existence and brotherhood could not exist “unless there is respect for diversity and differences as a universal norm that no one can collide.” According to Al-Issa, the Charter of Madinah (regarded as the first Islamic state constitution) was considered one of the best achievements of civil legislation in human history. “This document was held by the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, with the Jews and represented binding legislation for Muslims toward religious minorities.” The MWL chief noted that the document included the protection of civil and religious rights. “The document cannot be absorbed by extremism, it is clear. These rights and freedoms have been preserved by this legislation. And the Prophet Muhammad coexisted with everyone and understood these differences and diversity.” In his speech, Al-Issa explained how the Qur’an gave Jews and Christians a special name to celebrate their religious origins where they were called “people of the book,” in reference to the Torah and the Gospel. The history of Christians and Jews was also never omitted. Addressing the event, director of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), Dr. Michael Privot, who converted to Islam 26 years ago, spoke about how the EU was characterized by increasing diversity, including religious and philosophical beliefs, even from the Muslim perspective. “We encounter such a diversity of ways of being Muslim from a theoretical, cultural, philosophical, ideological point of view. Any single Muslim group or community is represented somewhere in Europe and this situation puts European Muslims in a very unique environment which is different from any other Islamic majority society in the world,” said Privot. He pointed out that for the first time in history Muslim groups from Uzbekistan and Senegal were living together and trying to become a community in European societies. “Societies, which have completely liberalized the market of religions, believe all faiths are accepted,” he added. Earlier on Monday, an MWL forum in Makkah recommended that Islamic discourse should adhere to the principles of the Qur’an and Sunnah, the Muslims’ uppermost legislative sources, which are also known as the Two Divine Revelations. The forum, titled “The Service of the Two Revelations,” called upon concerned authorities in the Muslim world to regulate Islamic fatwas in a way that prevented extremism and stopped producing any misguided explanations of the divinely revealed texts. The participants also encouraged the use of modern technology, especially social media, to better serve the Qur’an and Sunnah to help link Muslim youths with the two revelations. In addition, the gathering proposed establishing platforms for producing software and smart apps related to the Qur’an and Sunnah and the launch of an international service award under the umbrella of the MWL. Al-Issa added that the MWL had staged a number of Qur’an memorization programs in 78 countries and said there were now 68 colleges and institutes where 7,500 students were studying the Qur’an. “Some 61,275 Qur’an readers have graduated from these institutes, with 5,055 reciters having obtained authentic reading certificates. The IOQAS (International Organization of Qitab and Sunnah) has also carried out 193 training courses and provided nearly 3,000 scholarships,” he said. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: religious toleranceAmbassador Michele Cervone d’UrsoKing Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies (KFCRIS)RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY Muslim World League chief calls for global religious toleranceSaudi chief of Vienna-based interfaith center calls for peaceful coexistence

DiplomaticQuarter: Saudi Arabia, UAE discuss enhancing human rights cooperation

Thu, 2019-10-17 02:12 RIYADH: The UAE’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia met the president of the Saudi Human Rights Commission (SHRC) and discussed ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation, especially in the field of human rights. The SHRC president, Dr. Awwa
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DiplomaticQuarter: Saudi Arabia, UAE discuss enhancing human rights cooperation

Thu, 2019-10-17 02:12 RIYADH: The UAE’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia met the president of the Saudi Human Rights Commission (SHRC) and discussed ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation, especially in the field of human rights. The SHRC president, Dr. Awwad Al-Awwad, highlighted the Kingdom’s efforts under the leadership of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in supporting human rights. He talked about developments in the Kingdom, in addition to the steps taken toward putting citizens front and center to achieve the goals in the country’s Vision 2030 reform plan.  Ambassador Sheikh Shakhbut bin Nahyan Al-Nahyan reviewed the UAE’s efforts in protecting and promoting human rights. The UAE and Saudi Arabia have close ties, cooperating on many issues including working to ensure peace in the region. The UAE Embassy in April launched an exhibition to celebrate the “Year of Tolerance” at the Cultural Palace in Riyadh. The two-day event, which was opened by the ambassador, included a panel discussion on the values of tolerance and its role in strengthening relations between all communities; the importance of developing programs for promoting cultural diversity; and the role of the economy and business sector in encouraging, empowering and supporting culture. Al-Nahyan said at the launch: “The qualitative cultural movement in Saudi Arabia and the UAE is a message of mutual tolerance from the two brotherly countries.” Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: human rightsUAESaudi ArabiaSaudi Human Rights Commission (SHRC)Vision 2030 Female empowerment vital for Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reforms, says Saudi Human Rights Commission GMSaudi judiciary preserves human rights, says minister

Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ahsa projects highlighted at UNESCO meeting

Thu, 2019-10-17 02:29 AL-AHSA: The creative and cultural achievements of Al-Ahsa Oasis were highlighted by its mayor at a UNESCO meeting in Japan, the Saudi Press Agency reported. Al-Ahsa is widely considered to have the greenest and most fertile land in S
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Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ahsa projects highlighted at UNESCO meeting

Thu, 2019-10-17 02:29 AL-AHSA: The creative and cultural achievements of Al-Ahsa Oasis were highlighted by its mayor at a UNESCO meeting in Japan, the Saudi Press Agency reported. Al-Ahsa is widely considered to have the greenest and most fertile land in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, while also housing prominent archaeological and historical sites. Al-Ahsa Mayor Adel Al-Mulhim, head of the Saudi Creative Al-Ahsa delegation to the annual meeting of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network held in Kanazawa, Japan, provided a detailed presentation on Al-Ahsa’s achievements such as becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2018, becoming a member of the Creative Cities Network in the field of handicrafts and folk arts in 2015, and being named as Arab Tourism Capital for 2019 by the Arab Ministerial Council for Tourism. The meeting was attended by Mayor of Kanazawa Yukiyoshi Yamano, along with representatives from 30 countries. Al-Mulhim reviewed projects and events in Al-Ahsa aimed at promoting cultural activities in line with the creative network’s objectives, which include making cities safer and more sustainable.  Saudi artists perform a dance number during a recent festival in Al-Ahsa, in the Eastern Povince of Saudi Arabia. (SPA) He said government support for Al-Ahsa’s heritage and creative sectors had led to a increased public awareness about the importance of culture and creativity in shaping a sustainable city, and achieving the goals of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network to emphasize the role of culture in sustainable urban development. Al-Mulhim said that Al-Ahsa had several elements that qualified it as a member of the network, a first for the Kingdom and Gulf Cooperation Council states. “These elements include the cultural depth of Al-Ahsa in the Arabian Gulf region, owning a rich heritage of crafts and folklore, its environmental and social diversity, and having the required infrastructure to actively participate in national, regional and international events,” he told the meeting. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: UNESCOAl-AhsaUNESCO Creative Cities NetworkKanazawaJapanSaudi Arabia ThePlace: Al-Ahsa Oasis in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern ProvinceAl-Ahsa: Home to the most prominent archaeological and historical sites in Saudi Arabia

Empowerment of women and youth key to UN goals, says Saudi diplomat

Thu, 2019-10-17 03:31 NEW YORK: Inclusiveness, empowering women and young people, and investing in human capital will help to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, according to one of the Kingdom’s diplomats. Bandar bin Mahdi Al-Na
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Empowerment of women and youth key to UN goals, says Saudi diplomat

Thu, 2019-10-17 03:31 NEW YORK: Inclusiveness, empowering women and young people, and investing in human capital will help to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, according to one of the Kingdom’s diplomats. Bandar bin Mahdi Al-Nahdi, who is first secretary at the permanent mission of Saudi Arabia to the UN in New York, was speaking at a New York meeting held to discuss the outcome of the World Summit on Sustainable Development during the 74th UN General Assembly. Al-Nahdi thanked the UN for organizing the Sustainable Development Summit, which was held last month.  He said it showed the commitment and keenness of the UN and member states to fulfil the global body’s 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. He highlighted the challenges in achieving the goals, saying these must be addressed through an integrated approach with partnerships involving all stakeholders. Al-Nahdi said that Saudi Arabia, through the presidency of the G20 next year, would ensure that the priorities presented were aligned with the priorities of sustainable development.       Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: UN Sustainable Development Goalssustainable development Saudi Arabia ranks highly for sustainable UN goals awarenessSaudi Arabia committed to achieving sustainable development goals, says envoy to UN

30 pilgrims die in road accident in Saudi Arabia

Wed, 2019-10-16 23:09 JEDDAH: At least 30 pilgrims were killed and five injured in an accident between a bus and a car on Wednesday. The accident took place on Hijra road, 170 km from Madinah. The pilgrims were from varying nationalities and police invest
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30 pilgrims die in road accident in Saudi Arabia

Wed, 2019-10-16 23:09 JEDDAH: At least 30 pilgrims were killed and five injured in an accident between a bus and a car on Wednesday. The accident took place on Hijra road, 170 km from Madinah. The pilgrims were from varying nationalities and police investigations are presently ongoing. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi Arabiapilgrimsroad accident Saudi riders with Olympic dreams to compete in DiriyahSaudi Build 2019 in Riyadh receives 23,000 visitors

Jerry Inzerillo, CEO of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority

Author: Wed, 2019-10-16 22:59 Jerry Inzerillo has been the CEO of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority (DGDA) since June 2018. Inzerillo received his bachelor’s degree in hotel administration from the University of Nevada in Las Vegas in 1975.
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Jerry Inzerillo, CEO of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority

Author: Wed, 2019-10-16 22:59 Jerry Inzerillo has been the CEO of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority (DGDA) since June 2018. Inzerillo received his bachelor’s degree in hotel administration from the University of Nevada in Las Vegas in 1975. The DGDA CEO’s expertise in tourism and hospitality is unparalleled. He was CEO of the Forbes Travel Guide from 2014 to 2018 and has remained the vice president since 2018. He was also president and CEO of IMG Artists from 2012 to 2014, and president of resort giant Kerzner International between 1991 and 2011. Inzerillo is also a philanthropist and sat as a board member for Artists For A New South Africa and the Do Something children’s organization.  Inzerillo was awarded the Alexander Shulgin CEO of the Year in Tourism award in 2018, and is an accomplished keynote speaker, with several TEDx Talks to his name. Recently, Inzerillo opened up the Joy Forum in Riyadh with a speech addressing entertainment giants from around the world to cultivate a “joyful culture and vibrant society.” Inzerillo revealed Diriyah’s masterplan includes the establishment of the world’s largest Islamic museum, restoring Wadi Hanifa, planting more than 1 million date trees and transforming Safar Valley into Riyadh’s own Beverly Hills. He stressed the importance of entertainment and fun in the vision for Diriyah, which will be provided by an array of sporting, hospitality and leisure activities.  The DGDA was established in July 2017 to preserve Diriyah’s culture and make it a global landmark that celebrates the Kingdom’s heritage and history. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Who's WhoDiriyah Gate Development Authority Zahra Al-Ghamdi, Saudi academic Ahmed Shaker, associate director of the Marina and Yacht Club in King Abdullah Economic City

تصريحات جديدة للملك سلمان بشأن القضية الفلسطينية

التقى الملك السعودي الملك سلمان بن عبد العزيز، رئيس السلطة الفلسطينية محمود عباس، في العاصمة السعودية، الرياض....
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تصريحات جديدة للملك سلمان بشأن القضية الفلسطينية

التقى الملك السعودي الملك سلمان بن عبد العزيز، رئيس السلطة الفلسطينية محمود عباس، في العاصمة السعودية، الرياض....

الفلسطينيون في  السعودية و«إسرائيل».. السجّان يختلف

ذهبوا الى السعودية من اجل العمل فيها بشرف وكرامة ، فاذا بابواب سجونها تفتح لهم كما كانت ابواب سجون «اسرائيل» مفتوحة لهم، نفس الظروف ونفس
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الفلسطينيون في  السعودية و«إسرائيل».. السجّان يختلف

ذهبوا الى السعودية من اجل العمل فيها بشرف وكرامة ، فاذا بابواب سجونها تفتح لهم كما كانت ابواب سجون «اسرائيل» مفتوحة لهم، نفس الظروف ونفس المعاناة ونف...

بالصورة.. وفاة أكثر من 30 معتمرا بحادث مفزع في السعودية

أعلنت وسائل إعلام سعودية، اليوم الأربعاء، مقتل أكثر من 30 معتمرا في المملكة العربية السعودية، وإصابة 5 آخرين إصابات متفرقة....
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بالصورة.. وفاة أكثر من 30 معتمرا بحادث مفزع في السعودية

أعلنت وسائل إعلام سعودية، اليوم الأربعاء، مقتل أكثر من 30 معتمرا في المملكة العربية السعودية، وإصابة 5 آخرين إصابات متفرقة....

حتى قناة «سكاي نيوز» لم تعد تتحمل أكاذيب قناة «العربية»

لم يسلم احد من اكاذيب وحيل والاعيب  قناة «العربية» السعودية، حتى القنوات العربية وخاصة الخليجية التي تسير بشكل اعمى على خطى السياسة الس
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حتى قناة «سكاي نيوز» لم تعد تتحمل أكاذيب قناة «العربية»

لم يسلم احد من اكاذيب وحيل والاعيب  قناة «العربية» السعودية، حتى القنوات العربية وخاصة الخليجية التي تسير بشكل اعمى على خطى السياسة السعودية،  فعندما...

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman meets Palestinian President Abbas

Author: Wed, 2019-10-16 16:29 RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday in the capital Riyadh. The king welcomed Abbas and his accompanying delegation to the Kingdom, while the Palestinian president
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Saudi Arabia’s King Salman meets Palestinian President Abbas

Author: Wed, 2019-10-16 16:29 RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday in the capital Riyadh. The king welcomed Abbas and his accompanying delegation to the Kingdom, while the Palestinian president expressed his pleasure in visiting the Kingdom and meeting with the king. During the reception, the Palestinian president was greeted by a number of princes, ministers and military sector leaders. King Salman also hosted a luncheon in honor of the president and his accompanying delegation. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: King SalmanSaudi ArabiaPalestineMahmoud Abbas King Salman receives dignitaries in Saudi capitalPalestinian President Abbas calls for renewed peace negotiations with Israel

العدوان السعودي يحتجز سفينة مشتقات نفطية إضافية

احتجز تحالف العدوان بقيادة السعودية والإمارات فجر اليوم الاربعاء سفينة نقل مشتقات نفطية أخرى، ومنعها من دخول ميناء الحديدة، في وقت يروج إعلا
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العدوان السعودي يحتجز سفينة مشتقات نفطية إضافية

احتجز تحالف العدوان بقيادة السعودية والإمارات فجر اليوم الاربعاء سفينة نقل مشتقات نفطية أخرى، ومنعها من دخول ميناء الحديدة، في وقت يروج إعلام التحالف...

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