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November 22, 2014

Ibrahim Hatlani

Ibrahim Hatlani is a Jeddah-based Saudi writer and researcher. 

Bahrain Between its Backers and the Brotherhood

The recent efforts to label the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization puts Bahrain’s leadership at odds with its domestic ally against the Shia opposition. Read More


Of Identities and Institutions

The Saudi version of religion has proven to be an effective weapon for the monarchy to rely upon in facing political and security crises, and the rulers have become highly adept at using religion and state clerics to expand their own influence. However recently, Salafi clerics have begun to fear a change to this long held agreement. Read More


Unhappy Arabia

Activists are increasingly speaking out on topics of reform and rights in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, each with their own interpretation of the necessary course. Read More


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