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- 09/04/15--14:00: _The social backgrou...
- 09/04/15--14:00: _Children must be pr...
- 09/04/15--14:00: _Why are conference ...
- 09/04/15--14:00: _Terror suspect, se...
- 09/04/15--14:00: _Role of Kingdom’s r...
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- 09/05/15--14:00: _Four arrested for s...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Ethiopian stabs com...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Elderly man dies of...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Man survives road c...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Fire hits plastic w...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Food factory catche...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Father held for abu...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Islamic Affairs Min...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Art Jameel to launc...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Saudis’ lost rights...
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- 09/05/15--14:00: _Kingdom, Russia for...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _Jeddah choking with...
- 09/05/15--14:00: _MOL runs campaign t...
- 09/04/15--14:00: The social background of suicide bombers must be studied
- 09/04/15--14:00: Children must be protected from domestic abuse
- 09/04/15--14:00: Why are conference recommendations never put into practice?
- 09/04/15--14:00: Terror suspect, security officer killed in Abqaiq shootout
- 09/04/15--14:00: Role of Kingdom’s road contractors under scrutiny
- 09/04/15--14:00: Rights they don’t dare to ask or don’t know how to ask
- 09/05/15--14:00: Four arrested for stealing sheep
- 09/05/15--14:00: Ethiopian stabs compatriot to death
- 09/05/15--14:00: Elderly man dies of heart attack
- 09/05/15--14:00: Man survives road crash
- 09/05/15--14:00: Fire hits plastic warehouses
- 09/05/15--14:00: Food factory catches fire
- 09/05/15--14:00: Father held for abusing children
- 09/05/15--14:00: Islamic Affairs Ministry to host 1,400 pilgrims
- 09/05/15--14:00: Art Jameel to launch photography workshops in GCC
- 09/05/15--14:00: Saudis’ lost rights abroad
- 09/05/15--14:00: Saudis have a hard time finding treatment for autistic kids
- 09/05/15--14:00: Kingdom, Russia form panel to discuss nuclear energy projects
- 09/05/15--14:00: Jeddah choking with traffic jams
- 09/05/15--14:00: MOL runs campaign to monitor workers in Haj
Muhammad Sulaiman Al-Ehaidib
As far as I know, no single college professor has so far spared any time to research and study the social status and family background of the young men who blow themselves up and who are exploited by terrorist groups. Why do we not give importance to such studies?
Ibrahim Muhammad Badawood
Children are a blessing. Some families, however, do not appreciate this blessing. Instead of treating their children with kindness and attending to their needs, they subject them to all forms of harm and abuse. Last year, 340 domestic violence cases against children were registered.
Abdullah Munawar Al-Jamili
Following the terrorist attack at the Asir Emergency Forces mosque which Daesh (the self-proclaimed IS) claimed responsibility for and during which many innocent people were killed, it has become apparent that terrorists have taken control of the minds of some of our young men.
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — Saudi forces killed a suspected terrorist who attempted to sneak into a security facility in the Eastern Province city of Abqaiq early Friday, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Interior Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Mansour Al-Turki said the officers intercepte
Saudi Gazette report THE Kingdom allocates significant amounts of money for road networks linking the various regions of the country. However, many roads, especially highways, are poorly constructed and maintained, increasing damage to vehicles and prompting many to avoid using highways due to the potential dangers they pose.
Renad Ghanem Saudi Gazette MANY company owners and managers who deal with manpower are exploiting expat workers and taking advantage of their ignorance of the law. The employers often use intimidation tactics if the workers demand their rights or file complaints. There are millions of expatriate workers
BURAIDAH — Police arrested four men suspected for stealing sheep from a local farm. Qassim Police spokesman Capt. Badr Al-Suhaibani said the thieves had stolen 12 sheep heads from a farm in Unaizah. The thieves were going to sell the sheep heads at the butchers’ market in Madinah but they were arrested before they were able to reach their destinatio
WADI AL-DAWASIR — An Ethiopian expatriate fatally stabbed another man of the same nationality following a fight. Wadi Al-Dawasir Police reported the Ethiopian killed the man and assaulted the victim’s sister at a farm in the southern part of the governorate. He then fled the scene but the victim’s sister reported him to the police before she a
HAIL — An elderly man died after a heart attack. Hail Red Crescent spokesman Mohammad Al-Tayyar said the Red Crescent received reports of an elderly man living in a rural area suffering from a heart attack. The operations room sent paramedics to the scene who were unable to save the man. His body was eventually transported to the local hospital morgue.
BISHA, ASIR — A man was injured after his car crashed into a streetlamp. Asir Civil Defense reported the man was driving on the Bisha-Khamis Mishayt Highway when his car veered off the main road and hit a streetlamp. The man was severely injured and was unable to move until Civil Defense rescuers arrived on the scene. The man was transported to hospital w
AHSA — Two warehouses storing highly inflammable plastic materials caught fire in an industrial area of Dammam. Eastern Province Civil Defense spokesman Col. Ali Al-Qahtani said the Civil Defense operations center received reports of a fire breaking out in the warehouses, which covered a 2,200-sq-meter area. Civil Defense firefighters extinguished the fir
JEDDAH — A food processing factory in south Jeddah caught fire on Friday. Civil Defense spokesman Col. Saeed Sarhan said boxed products at the factory caught on fire and not the machinery. The factory is located next to a paint factory and Civil Defense firefighters managed to extinguish the fire before it spread, averting a major disaster. The cause of t
Saudi Gazette report
MAKKAH — Police here arrested a man for physically abusing and assaulting his children, Al-Hayat newspaper reported.
Baha Police spokesman Col. Ali Tirad said the police intervened after receiving complaints that a man was abusing his children at home.
“The man began
Saudi Gazette report
MAKKAH — On the orders of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, the Ministry of Islamic Affairs will host 1,400 pilgrims from 70 countries, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Announcing the decision, Minister of Islamic Affairs Sheikh Saleh Al-Sheikh said it was an honor to be amo
JEDDAH — Art Jameel’s Annual Photography Award is launching several workshops this month in GCC countries which will be open to both citizens and non-citizens.
Dalya Mousa, program manager for Art Jameel, said 11 workshops are going to take place in several cities un
Jasir Al-Jasir Al-Jazirah Yet again, officials in foreign countries abuse, humiliate and beat Saudi citizens. In the latest such incident, a Saudi family, a woman and her four children, was abused at Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul, Turkey. Developed countries welcome tourists with respect and help ease their tra
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — The absence of specialized treatment centers for autistic children in the Kingdom is still a problem for many families, especially in cities, towns and villages far away from major urban centers where some private facilities offer the services.
The lack of adequate support has
Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — Saudi Arabia will form a committee with Russia to work on state nuclear energy projects, Al-Watan daily reported.
Rosatum State Nuclear Energy Cooperation International Projects Development Director Nikolai Drozdov said Russia is laying the foundation of long-term cooperation wi
Ibrahim Alawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Residents of Jeddah find no respite to the suffocating traffic jams they struggle with daily from early morning to midnight. Most of the city streets become paralyzed throughout the day and drivers are unable to escape the deadly heat with crowds of vehicles on all sides.&nb
Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette MAKKAH — The Ministry of Labor (MOL) is running an inspection campaign to ensure all expatriate workers offering services to pilgrims are legal residents and have necessary permits. The ministry has launched the campaign titled “Kun Nithami” (Be Orderly) to c