Added on 22/05/2013
Abdullah Al Alami , Asia , Domestic violence , Mohammad bin Abdul Wahab , Nasser al-Omar , Religion/Belief , Ribbon symbolism , Samar Fatani , Saudi Arabia , Violence against women , White ribbon
EMAN AL NAFJAN: Saudis are generally at ease with international campaigns such as Breast Cancer Awareness. Why the furore over the White Ribbon campaign?
Added on 17/11/2012
America , Dar Al-Hekma College , David Cameron , Education , Hillary Clinton , Jeddah , King Abdulaziz University , London , Nasser al-Omar , Prime Minister , Saudi Arabia , Saudi Gazette , Saudi government , Secretary of State , Social networking , Twitter , UN Court , United Kingdom , United States , US embassy , Women , Women's issues
AHMED AL OMRAN: It seems to have become a regular stop for foreign dignitaries visiting the Kingdom. But that hasn’t stopped conservatives offence-ometer going off the scale
Added on 20/02/2012
Al-Hayat , Islam , Muttawa , Nasser al-Omar , National Guard , prominent human rights lawyer , Religious Police , Saudi Arabia , Saudi court , Sharia court , United States
AHMED AL OMRAN: A new force is making itself felt at social events in the Kingdom The mohtasbeen are an unofficial muttawaeen who have a clear agenda.