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- 08/06/15--14:00: Self-employment is the solution for Saudi youth
- 08/06/15--14:00: We need laws to protect women from harassment
- 08/06/15--14:00: Prisons should be places of reform and guidance
- 08/06/15--14:00: No extension of grace period for Yemenis
- 08/06/15--14:00: A mountain of immense tourism potential
- 08/06/15--14:00: Has society changed enough to allow women travel alone?
- 08/07/15--14:00: Saudi soldier killed in shelling from Yemen
- 08/07/15--14:00: 15 evacuated after Makkah building fire
- 08/07/15--14:00: Saudi woman dies of coronavirus
- 08/07/15--14:00: Distribution of leftover food mandatory
- 08/07/15--14:00: 4 emergency shelters in Haj identified
- 08/07/15--14:00: 36,000 Saudis visited Thailand amid ban
- 08/07/15--14:00: 60 Saudi inmates await prison transfer
- 08/07/15--14:00: Friends of WFUNA honor for Saudi artist
- 08/07/15--14:00: When will Saudi men be forced to pay alimony and child support?
- 08/07/15--14:00: Saudization and the rights of men
- 08/07/15--14:00: We need laws to control rent increases
- 08/07/15--14:00: Outdoor workers most vulnerable as the summer sun blazes on
- 08/08/15--14:00: Fires destroy farms in Dowmat Al-Jandal
Rashid Muhammad Al-Fawzan
Being self-employed is not common in the culture of our country and in other Gulf States. Before you ask me how I came to this conclusion or on what I have based my results, let me brief you on a report issued by Asiya Investments Company.
Francisco Quintana, president of research, said i
It is an established fact that one should respect others and never infringe upon their dignity. Newspapers recently carried reports about a group of young men who harassed two young women at the Corniche in Jeddah. The young men’s act was disgraceful and despicable.
Acts of harassment ag
Ibrahim Muhammad Badawood
A video recently went viral on social media showing inmates at Jeddah’s Briman Prison injecting themselves with syringes and claiming that they were using drugs. A senior official at the prison said the syringes had insulin in them and that the inmates were diabetic.
A spokesman for
RIYADH — The Directorate General of Passports announced on Thursday that there would be no further extension to the grace period granted to Yemeni nationals living illegally in the country to rectify their residency status after the Aug. 15 deadline. "We have not received any instructions from the supreme authorities to extend the process," said
Saeed Al-Mansour Okaz/Saudi Gazette Few people who live outside Al-Kamil governorate know where the Shamanseer Mountain is located or even why it is important. Considered to be a monumental landmark, the mountain has largely been ignored by the pertinent authorities. It offers beautiful green views, mild weather and hosts several waterfal
Saudi Gazette report It is a common trend among Saudi men, both married and unmarried, to travel abroad with their male friends and until recently, married women were not able to do the same without coming under scrutiny by society. But as Saudi society has opened up, one noticeable change has been the trend among women to travel abroad with the
RIYADH — A Saudi soldier was killed by shelling from across the Yemeni border on Friday, becoming the third death this week, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Staff Sergeant Majed Fahd Fehaid Al-Sibei, a National Guard serviceman, was martyred in the southwestern Najran province, the Joint Forces Command said in a statement.
MAKKAH – Two women were slightly injured in a fire that broke in the kitchen of a two-story apartment building in Makkah’s Al-Awali district on Friday.
Preliminary investigations showed the source of the fire was a short circuit in the switch of an air-conditioner, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
RIYADH — A Saudi woman in Riyadh has died of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV), the Ministry of Health and the National Guard Health Affairs said in a joint statement.
It said several members of her family tested positive for the virus. Two of the family members have been hospitalized at King Abdulaz
JEDDAH — Jeddah Municipality has made it mandatory for all food joints and wedding halls in the city to distribute the leftover food in their facilities to the needy.
Food joints have to present an agreement with charitable societies for the distribution of leftover food when submitting an application for license or the renew
MAKKAH — Four centers have been identified for sheltering pilgrims in the event of emergencies in Makkah and the holy sites during Haj, according to a source in the administration for sheltering pilgrims.
The source said the centers are well equipped to deal with all kinds of disasters. The pilgrims will be moved to the shelt
DAMMAM — The Kingdom's embassy in Bangkok has said about 36,000 Saudis visited Thailand in 2014 despite a ban in force. Bilal Al-Ansari, in-charge of citizens' affairs at the embassy, said gangs took advantage of the scaling down of diplomatic relations to smuggle Saudis into the country.
He said the exact number of Saudis wh
BAGHDAD — Hamid Ahmed, the lawyer representing Saudi prisoners in Iraq, has disclosed that a request has been sent by the Iraqi minister of justice to Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi to transfer all Saudi inmates in Al-Nasiriyah prison and other Iraqi prisons to a prison in Baghdad green zone.
The request covers a total of 60
JEDDAH — The Friends of the World Federation of United Nations Associations (Friends of WFUNA) has listed Saudi artist and director of Jeddah Culture and Arts Society Omar Bin Muhammad Al-Jasser among the most influential Arab personalities in Arab society and the world.
WFUNA said the selection of Al-Jasser was “in app
Abdullah Munawar Al-Jamili
Al-Nadi daily recently published a sad story about a divorced Saudi woman whose husband left her stranded with three daughters.
The man did not even bother to provide for them or give them money to live on. Consequently, they live a hard life inside a dilapidat
Abdullah Munawar Al-Jamili
Al-Eqtisadiya daily recently carried a report about the number of Saudi faculty members at public universities and the number of places available for male and female Saudi students who wish to enroll in college this year.
The figures mentioned in the report reveal a
Rashid Muhammad Al-Fawzan
There are two types of rental properties: commercial and residential. It has been noted that the rent of apartments and shops is on the increase every year.
Of course, the rise in rent depends on the supply of and demand for commodities or on the location of a plac
Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette OUTDOOR workers struggled to find ways to beat the heat as temperatures in Jeddah almost hit 50 degrees Celsius this week.“It’s too hot,” Abdul Razag Hussain told Saudi Gazette, as he took a break from picking up trash in Rawdah District.&ldqu
“TERRORISM did not appear except after religion was politicized and the unemployed, ignorant people began giving sermons. It became the profession of the unemployed and ignorant people to digress away from culture, and deviate from the core principles in their sermons to make fertile terrorism.” This was a tweet by the pl
SAKAKA — Civil Defense firemen extinguished fires that spread in several farms in Dowmat Al-Jandal in Al-Jouf Province. The Civil Defense had to borrow water trucks from the municipality in order to douse the fires, which broke out at different regions. The fires were brought under control, but many of the affected farms were completely burned out.