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Saudi woman and moral courage
Saudi woman and moral courage

By Eman Al Nafjan
June 4th 2012
Few individuals are willing to brave the disapproval of their countrymen and the wrath of …

Olympic Hurdles for Saudi Women
Olympic Hurdles for Saudi Women

By Web Desk
May 24th 2012
(London) – As the clock ticks down to the July opening ceremony, all nations except Saudi Arabia have …

Saudi Arabia turns deaf ear to Olympic women
“I’m living evidence that cousin marriage doesn’t work,” said Salma, a Sudanese woman living in Qatar who was in the audience and spoke during the question and answer period. – Photo courtesy Creative Commons

By Eman Al Nafjan
April 18th 2012
This is not just about including Saudi women in the London 2012. It’s much more …

NGOs in Arab states
NGOs in Arab states

By Brian Whitaker
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 20:50
Imagine you live in Saudi Arabia and want to start a discussion group with …

The quiet war in Saudi Arabia
The quiet war in Saudi Arabia

By Joshua Jacobs
Tuesday, 17 January 2012 15:15
There are good reasons not only for the media, but for western governments to …

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