Time to Become Eco-Friendly

Time to Become Eco-Friendly

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

Amid all the heated political events in the region and around the world, Saudis now are becoming more concerned about the weather. This year summer days seem to be endless and the mercury keeps rising not only in the Kingdom but also around the globe.

What’s Happening in Turkey?

What’s Happening in Turkey?

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

Political winds in the Middle East change fast and in a violent manner with unpredictable consequences. Were the events that unfolded in Turkey last Friday a military coup or a revolt? Actually it was both.

Counter Islamophobes with Positive Narrative

Counter Islamophobes with Positive Narrative

BY Khaled Almaeena / /

Terrorist attacks — whether in the West or East — reflect criminal behavior and adherence to that mindset. With every attack — unless the perpetrator has a Muslim name — no mention of his religion is ever made. However, if there is any remote link to Islam or Muslims, there is a huge outcry.

A Stitch in Time Saves Nine

A Stitch in Time Saves Nine

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

Do you know the true value of a billion? It is equal to a thousand millions. In other words, if you happen to be a billionaire you can spend a million riyals every month for 83 years and end up with four million riyals left in your pocket. Phew, a billion goes a long way.

The Arab World Has Had Enough!!

The Arab World Has Had Enough!!

BY Khaled Almaeena / /

The three-pronged attack in Jeddah, Qatif and the holy city of Madinah truly shocked all of us. The last one, near the Prophet’s Mosque, touched the ethos of Muslims and people of other faiths who aspire for peace.

The Arab World Has Had Enough!!

The Arab World Has Had Enough!!

BY Khaled Almaeena / /

The three-pronged attack in Jeddah, Qatif and the holy city of Madinah truly shocked all of us. The last one, near the Prophet’s Mosque, touched the ethos of Muslims and people of other faiths who aspire for peace.

Vision 2030 and The Role of Our Youth

Vision 2030 and The Role of Our Youth

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

The Saudi Vision 2030 is one of the most ambitious plans to transform the country and prepare it for the future. It is a plan that outlines long-term goals to utilize the country's assets for the future generations.

Terrorists’ Coward Attack

Terrorists’ Coward Attack

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

Terrorists read my lips… You have no place to hide. And if you think you can drive a wedge between Saudis, then you are totally mistaken.

Terrorists’ Coward Attack

Terrorists’ Coward Attack

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

Terrorists read my lips… You have no place to hide. And if you think you can drive a wedge between Saudis, then you are totally mistaken.

Between the Two Points of Darkness

Between the Two Points of Darkness

BY Khaled Almaeena / /

I had just read a WhatsApp message on the tragic death of the brother of a former colleague of ours who was killed in a car accident in the Eastern Province a few hours earlier.

Between the Two Points of Darkness

Between the Two Points of Darkness

BY Khaled Almaeena / /

I had just read a WhatsApp message on the tragic death of the brother of a former colleague of ours who was killed in a car accident in the Eastern Province a few hours earlier.

Strengthening Saudi-French Ties

Strengthening Saudi-French Ties

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s visit to France came at a crucial time for both the friendly countries. The visit comes amid huge social, economic and political events taking place around the globe.

Look Them in the Eye and Tell Them to Buzz Off !!

Look Them in the Eye and Tell Them to Buzz Off !!

BY Khaled Almaeena / /

The menace of beggary has always plagued Jeddah. In a city which is the gateway to Makkah and Madinah with visitors from both inside and outside the country, this practice is truly nauseating and especially in the holy month of Ramadan when the spirit of giving equals that of prayer and worship.

Is Saudi Media Ready to Take Up Challenge?

Is Saudi Media Ready to Take Up Challenge?

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

A few weeks ago, one of the most ambitious housing projects was inaugurated in the industrial city of Jubail. SABIC and other petrochemical companies have built thousands of housing units in the city.

Stringent Laws Needed Against Littering

Stringent Laws Needed Against Littering

BY Khaled Almaeena / /

The other day I saw a man in a parking lot empty his car ashtray in the street. Only an hour before, near a traffic light a driver in an expensive car opened the door and threw a few cans on the street. Incidents like this happen every hour.

A Royal Gift to Saudi Students in US

A Royal Gift to Saudi Students in US

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is currently visiting the US, has announced that on the orders of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman 2,628 male and female Saudi students studying in the US on their own will be included in the government’s foreign scholarship program.

Cementing Riyadh, Washington Ties

Cementing Riyadh, Washington Ties

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is currently visiting the United States. The action-packed royal visit is very important for the world and the entire region. Riyadh and Washington are two key players on the stage of global politics.

Will the Spirit of Ramadan Prevail?

Will the Spirit of Ramadan Prevail?

BY Khaled Almaeena / /

Ramadan, one of the pillars of Islam, has a distinct flavor. It is not the same as other Hijri months. It is a time when a different lifestyle, albeit temporary, is practiced.

Promoting True Values of Our Religion

Promoting True Values of Our Religion

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

A few years ago, I wrote about Muslims in Iceland and Ramadan. We all know that in Ramadan Muslims abstain from food and water from dawn till dusk. It is almost impossible or very difficult for Muslims living in countries situated close to the North Pole.

Right to Protect Our Borders

Right to Protect Our Borders

BY Abdulateef Al-Mulhim / /

In 2003, the United States invaded Iraq, a country about 7,000 miles from its shores. The reasons provided to justify the invasion were based on unreliable reports claiming that Iraq was a threat to the security of the US, as it allegedly possessed weapons of mass destruction.