Saudi Arabia

What is Saudi Arabia known for?


making images

ID, and you may not leave until the police muttawa allow you to. Other '''Photography''' is probably the easiest way for a visitor to inadvertently get into trouble. Do ''not'' take pictures of any government-related building (ministries, airports, military facilities etc.) or any building that could possibly be one, or you risk being hauled off to jail for espionage. As strict Wahhabi belief prohibits making images of any living creature and Saudis place a high value on privacy, do


annual sports

web title Bernard Goldberg Bio url http: www.hbo.com realsports correspondents bios bernard_goldberg.html publisher HBO year 2007 "Winners of 30th Annual Sports Emmy Awards announced". EmmyOnline.tv. National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, April 27, 2009. (Press release). In May, 2011 Goldberg won another sports Emmy, this one for his story on the connection between


technical publications

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personal+guest

Shia insurgents. He is the eldest son of the late Crown Prince Sultan (Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud). In March 1958, Zafarullah Khan performed Umrah while at the same time, visited the shrine of Muhammad in Medina, Saudi Arabia. During his visit, he met with the King of Saudi Arabia Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia, staying in the Royal Palace as the King's personal guest. In 1967, Zafarullah Khan returned to Saudia Arabia to perform Hajj, a religious duty that must be carried


title performance

for the second time in 2008 for ''Evening of Inspiration'' for Islamic Relief UK where they also have launched their twelfth album, Selawat for the celebration of Mawlid in the very same hall.


achievements quot

unofficially told Saudis that "Our achievements are your achievements", and later helped building the Saudi nuclear programme (Nuclear program of Saudi Arabia). This prompted Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan to send the designs of centrifuges to Libya to aide in their nuclear program (Libyan nuclear programme) as part of Zia's vision. ref name "Dr. Prof. Pervez Hoodbhoy, Professor of Particle and Nuclear physics at the Quaid-e-Azam University and senior scientist at the National Center


water brand

in the United States, making it the number 1 bottled water brand as measured by retail sales. Its primary competition includes Dasani, smartwater, Nestlé Pure Life, Poland Spring, Deer Park Spring Water Co. Deer


tradition related

. They seem, however, to re-emerge in Yemen in small numbers, and thus could indicate a continuous tradition related to those of Somalia and Ethiopia. International relations Only Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates recognized the Taliban government. http: books.google.com books?id diJSFBiOMjUC&pg PA55&dq islamic+emirate+of+afghanistan+recognition&hl es&ei oXykTcSmIojprQe4uqDfCQ&sa X&oi book_result&ct result&


close business

this military coup. Pakistan, under Nawaz Sharif and Saudi Arabia, under King Fahd, enjoyed extremely close business and cultural relations that is sometimes attributed as special relationships (Special relationship (international relations)). Amid pressure exerted by the President


political coverage

Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War, and covering the weeks in which Michael Heseltine fought to replace Margaret Thatcher. When TVS lost their ITV franchise, Peter transferred to the new contractor, Meridian Broadcasting as a reporter and played a par t in launching Meridian's Thames Valley news service. It was while here that he became one of Meridian's political correspondents, fronting Meridian's political coverage of the 1997 general election (United Kingdom general election, 1997), a role he later repeated in the 2001 election (United Kingdom general election, 2001). History LINC was originally developed by two New Zealand computer programmers (Gilbert Simpson and Peter Hoskins) while working in Saudi Arabia in the early 1980s. It was first developed exclusively for operation with a single model of Burroughs (Burroughs Corporation) computer system comprising a totally integrated system of: *B1000 (Burroughs B1700) hardware, In the Middle East, Britain gained Palestine, Transjordan (modern-day Jordan), and Mesopotamia as colonies. France gained Syria and Lebanon. An independent kingdom consisting of most of the Arabian peninsula, Saudi Arabia, was also established. Germany's colonies in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific were divided between the British and French Empires (French colonial empire). '''The International Indian''' is a UAE-based magazine catering to the sizeable Non Resident Indian (NRI) population in the Gulf countries (Persian Gulf States). Published from Dubai, the magazine is read in the UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Known in short as TII, the magazine is edited by Frank Raj, who formerly used to work with a leading UAE daily, Khaleej Times.

Saudi Arabia

'''Saudi Arabia''' , constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula), and the second-largest in the Arab world after Algeria. It is bordered by Jordan and Iraq to the north, Kuwait to the northeast, Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates to the east, Oman to the southeast, and Yemen in the south. It is the only nation with both a Red Sea coast and a Persian Gulf coast and much of its terrain consists of inhospitable desert.

The area of modern-day Saudi Arabia formerly consisted of four distinct regions: Hejaz, Najd and parts of Eastern Arabia (Al-Hasa) and Southern Arabia ('Asir ('Asir Region)).

Saudi Arabia is the world's dominant oil producer and exporter (List of countries by oil exports) while it controls the world's second largest hydrocarbon reserves (List of countries by proven oil reserves). Backed by the energy reserves, the kingdom is categorized as a high income economy and is the only Arab country to be part of the G-20 major economies. It is an active member of Gulf Cooperation Council (Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf), Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and OPEC.

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