In a sudden move yesterday, King Salman sacked a number of powerful princes from key security positions and arrested dozens of foreign ministers in what appears to be a massive effort to stamp out corruption in the Saudi kingdom. Among those removed from power was [Read More]
Unlike other first ladies who have visited Saudi Arabia, Melania Trump won’t be donning a head scarf or potato sack when the first couple arrive in that nation on the first leg of their first tour abroad. More
SUN UK: THE GERMAN defence minister has caused outrage in Saudi Arabia after she refused to wear a hijab during an official visit. Ursula von der Leyen and her team did not wear the traditional veil which is worn by women or the full length [Read More]
WFB: Rep. Keith Ellison (D., Minn.) during a 2008 trip to Saudi Arabia met with a radical Muslim cleric who endorsed killing U.S. soldiers and with the president of a bank used to pay the families of Palestinian suicide bombers. Ellison, now a leading candidate [Read More]
Qatar has given between $1 million and $5 million to the Clinton Foundation and Saudi Arabia has donated upwards of $25 million dollars to the Foundation. The Clinton campaign has not replied to a Daily Caller inquiry about whether the Clinton Foundation will return donations from these [Read More]
TheStar: A Saudi scholar issued a fatwa against using another person’s Wi-Fi without permission, since theft cannot be tolerated in Islam. “Taking advantage of the Wi-Fi service illegally or without the knowledge of other beneficiaries or providers is not allowed,” said Ali Al Hakami, a [Read More]
Justifying the stunt as an effort to keep Saudi youths from taking up jihad, some reality TV pranksters scared some taxi passengers nearly to paradise. The taxi driver would pick up his fare as normal then
Why did this ‘thing” cause a stir in Saudi Arabia?
Just as the beginning of WWII depends on who you ask ( Europeans will say September 1939 the Chinese will say 1937), the start of the War Among the Muslims is going to be difficult for future historians to date exactly.
DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia has suspended the Binladen group, one of the biggest construction companies in the kingdom, from new contracts following the Mecca crane crash that killed 107 people and ordered the Finance Ministry to review its existing projects, Saudi-owned media said on [Read More]