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Tag Archives: Saudi-Arabia
The on-video beheading of freelance reporter Steven Sotloff by the same murderer who had severed already the head of freelance photo reporter James Foley last month (I haven’t seen either but rely on respective news by mainstream media) has sparked even … Continue reading
Posting American Embassies’ diplomatic cables on the WikiLeaks page has accelerated lately. Nevertheless, so far, not more than a meager 6% of more than 250,000 cables have been published there. And, public interest seem to decline. In an analysis of some … Continue reading
How President Obama would address, in his speech on recent developments in the Middle East, the three key players, which have not participated in any constructive way in what is called the Arab Uprising, was in fact quite interesting. First … Continue reading
I was sitting in an airplane of Saudi Arabian Airline. It had turned out to be extremely difficult for me, the infidel, to get the visa for the, at least for foreigners, isolated country of Islam. Countless times I had … Continue reading