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Meet Saudi man Hasan Abulkeer
Loay Alshareef, a Saudi activist, and founder of the Loay Academy for languages in Bahrain, has been interviewed by Gili Cohen of Israel's Kan News.
The most expensive painting ever sold at auction, which has baffled the art world by disappearing from view after its record-breaking purchase two years ago, is hanging in the £400m superyacht of the ruler of Saudi Arabia
The Times They Are A Changin'
Israel's Channel 13 morning show has featured a Saudi man who absolutely loves us
In a possible further sign of thawing relations between the two countries, a Saudi official has recognized the freedom of religion that Israel affords Muslims.
From the land that brought us women can now finally drive
I have been blogging about the changing winds in the Middle East for a while now. In the latest manifestation of this, Saudi Arabia's Al Arabiya channel has aired a documentary about "Palestine" until 1948, ostensibly depicting the Arab states as the aggressors
This young Saudi man seems to typify much of the growing sentiment in the Arab and Muslim world regarding attitudes towards the palestinians
Iran has taken over as the big, bad boogeyman, and Arab states have started looking to Israel more as a solution than a problem.
Progress for women in Saudia Arabia. But what a long way to go!
A Botox scandal has gripped Saudi Arabia’s camel beauty pageant, with a dozen contestants disqualified amid suspicion their lips had been surgically enhanced. Yes, really.
Turki reveals himself to be quite the jerky