Added on 18/09/2012
America , Anders Behring Breivik , Cairo , CNN , Edward Said , Egypt , Gaza , Hamas , Islam , Journalism , Kate Middleton , Libya , Media coverage , Middle East , Mitt Romney , Newsweek , Obama administration , Osama Bin Laden , princess , Rupert Murdoch , Salman Rushdie , Terry Jones , United States , YouTube
DANIEL M. VARISCO: The Newsweek cover this week is lazy and sensationalist. Not a lot has changed since Edward Said wrote a famous essay 30 years ago.
Added on 07/08/2012
London , Olympics , princess , Saudi Arabia , Saudi Gazette
CROSSROADS ARABIA: Congratulations to the Saudi Equestrian team for winning a bronze medal at the London Olympics….
Added on 17/06/2012
Abdulaziz Al Saud , Allegiance Council , America , Bandar bin Sultan , Crown Prince , Deputy Governor , Deputy Minister of the Interior , Faisal , Governor , Ibn Saud , Khalid bin Sultan , Mecca , Mohammed Bin Nayef , Nayef , princess , Riyadh , Royal Court , Salman bin Abdulaziz , Saudi Arabia , Saudi Arabian National Guard , Saudi intelligence , second Deputy Prime Minister , United Kingdom , Yemen
DAVID ROBERTS: A key part of Saudi succession lies in the different power blocks of family lineage, but influence also comes with ability…
Added on 14/04/2012
Susie of Arabia
Abdullah , Bahrain , BBC News , Beirut , Faisal , Lebanon , princess , Saud bin Abdul Aziz , Saudi Arabia , Social services , Switzerland , Syria , United Kingdom , Women , Women's issues , Yemen
SUSIE OF ARABIA: She is the niece of the current ruler of Saudi Arabia but is unafraid to point out the shortcomings she sees in the Kingdom.
Added on 11/04/2012
James M. Dorsey
Abdul-Aziz Al Saud , Abu Dhabi , Al Watan , Al-Hayat , BBC , Crown Prince , East Africa , Egypt , Hosni Mubarak , Human Rights Watch , International Football Association Board , International Olympic Committee , Islamist , Middle East , Nawaf Bin Faisal , Nayef , North Africa , Olympics , Port Said , princess , Saudi Arabia , Sport , Suez , Suez Canal , Suzanne Mubarak , The National , United Arab Emirates , Women , Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan
JAMES M. DORSEY: An Egyptian feminist group has challenged the fans that played a key role in toppling Mubarak to recognise women’s rights.
Added on 30/03/2012
princess , Saudi Arabia , Women , Women's issues
AMERICAN BEDU: It has one of the highest divorce rates in the world and separation of the sexes has led to utter alienation.
Added on 10/01/2012
Dubai , Facebook , Haya Bint Al , Haya Bint Al Hussein , Jordan , Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum , princess , Sheikha Al Jalila , Social Media , Twitter , UAE , United Arab Emirates , Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan
MICH CAFE: Facebook and Twitter, it appears, have taken over from newspapers in a key area of life. The recent arrival of a Royal baby in Dubai underlines this fact.
Added on 03/01/2012
Rob L. Wagner
Al Watan , Amal Zahid , Amira Kashgari , Facebook , Fiction , Islam , Jeddah , King Abdullah , Kul Al Watan , Marriott Hotel , Ministry of Interior , Novelist , Online media , princess , Print media , Riyadh , Saleh Al-Shehi , Saudi Arabia , Saudi government , Saudi women , Twitter , Women's Rights
ROB L. WAGNER: An online battle between conservatives and reformers following the Saudi Intellectual Forum illuminates their diverging opinions…
Added on 28/12/2011
Shelina Zahra Janmohamed
Angela Merkel , Bangladesh , Belgium , Chechnya , Egypt , Ellen Johnson Sirleaf , Europe , France , India , Inspirational , International Monetary Fund , Kate Middleton , Kuwaiti MP , Liberia , Manal Al Sharif , Nicolas Sarkozy , Obedient Wives Club , Pakistan , President , Prime Minister , princess , Salwa Al Mutairi , Saudi Arabia , Tawakkol Karman , US Federal Reserve , Women , YouTube
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMMED: How could I possibly include all the women who filled our headlines over the past 12 months, for bravery and impact?
Added on 09/10/2011
Abdullah , Canada , Jordan , Member of Parliament , Middle East , princess
NASEEM TARAWNAH: So now those of us with dual citizenship will be required to give up our non-Jordanian passports if we wish to serve in government. Not a good sign.
Added on 27/04/2011
chauffeur , princess , Saudi Arabia , Women's issues
AMERICAN BEDU: According to one woman interviewed by Saudi News it’s ‘magic carpets’ rather than ‘cars’ that Saudi women need.
Added on 24/04/2011
Shelina Zahra Janmohamed
IPad , princess , United Kingdom
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED: At this wedding, one bride will – literally – become a princess. For their lives together, I wish them every happiness.
Added on 07/04/2011
Amman , Dubai , Fifa World Cup , Haya Bint Al , Haya Bint Al Hussein , Jordan , princess , Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum , Sheikha Al Jalila , United Arab Emirates
MICH CAFE: I saw Sheikh Mohammed holding Sheikha Al Jalila on the night of the Dubai World Cup. It immediately reminded me of the 1978 photo of her mother in the arms of her uncle.
Added on 21/03/2011
Rob L. Wagner
Alwaleed bin Talal , Bahrain , Islam , Islamic feminism , Isobel Coleman , King Abdullah , Kuwait , Middle East , princess , Prophet Muhammad , Qatar , Saudi Arabia , Sharia , Social Media , United Arab Emirates , Yemen
ROB L. WAGNER: Some prominent Saudi women frequently address Saudi women’s rights on Western news shows. Yet they have little traction in Saudi Arabia.
Added on 10/12/2010
Adel Fakieh , Diana Al-Jassem , Jeddah , Jeddah Chamber of Commerce , princess , Saudi Arabia , Saudization , The Arab News , United Kingdom
STEVE ROYSTON: Difficulties facing women who wish to enter the workforce are only part of what the Saudi leadership recognizes is a slow burn of discontent.
Added on 07/12/2010
Shelina Zahra Janmohamed
Angela Merkel , Aung San Suu Kyi , Kate Middleton , Michelle Obama , Middle East , Myanmar , princess , Rania
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMMED: We don’t hold women to male standards. Marriage is seen as an acceptable way to assert status. The woman need not have any of her own intrinsic merit, women are judged less on their talents
Added on 21/11/2010
Sultan Al Qassemi
Abu Dhabi , Abu Dhabi's Executive Council , AED , British Council , British Embassy , British Museum , Crown Prince , Dubai , Dubai Creek , Dubai International Financial Centre , Dubai Municipality , Elizabeth II , London , Mansour bin Zayed , New York , Prime Minister and Ruler , princess , The Financial Times , The National , The Telegraph , The Times , United Arab Emirates , United Kingdom , Victoria
SULTAN AL QASSEMI: Today, there are approximately 240,000 British citizens living in the UAE, with another one million plus visiting the country every year and up to 40,000 Emiratis visiting Britain annually.