EMAN AL NAFJAN:
EMAN AL NAFJAN: Go see it is my recommendation and the movie reminds me of my own childhood growing up in the Kingdom
EMAN AL NAFJAN: Saudis are generally at ease with international campaigns such as Breast Cancer Awareness. Why the furore over the White Ribbon campaign?
EMAN AL NAFJAN: There have been so many horrific crimes reported against children with frighteningly lenient sentences. Enough is enough
EMAN AL-NAFJAN: Here we go again – another foreigner rattles out yet another ‘analysis’ of Saudi Arabia that seems to have been pre-cooked.
EMAN AL NAFJAN: In a wide ranging article on democracy around the world I was asked to consider its place in Saudi Arabia. Here’s my response
EMAN AL NAFJAN: They’re individuals who have inspired others with their courage, their humanity and their personal example.
EMAN AL NAFJAN: The Olympics usually barely registers on Saudi consciousness. This time round, though, things are different
EMAN AL NAFJAN: It’s not the first time that people have ended up dead or seriously injured following a car chase but this incident has caused great outrage.
EMAN AL NAFJAN: The video’s gone viral but what’s the real meaning of the ‘Battle of the Riyadh Mall’?
EMAN AL NAFJAN: The 17 minute speech that Manal Al Sharif delivered on receiving the Vaclav Havel Prize last week has unleashed a hail of vitriol
EMAN AL NAFJAN: There seems to be no will to change the Saudi education system. It’s in need of a major overhaul
EMAN AL NAFJAN: Saudi conservatives appear to be spoiling for a fight with the IOC over women’s participation in sport.
EMAN AL NAFJAN: There have been several significant developments this week in the campaign to allow women to drive in the Kingdom