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Bad Weather Forces Closure of Schools in Saudi for Fourth day

Bad Weather Forces Closure of Schools in Saudi for Fourth day

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The Taif University also announced the closure of its campuses on Thursday. Quite a few schools in Saudi Arabia remained closed on Thursday for the fourth day in a row, in order to ensure the safety of the students in the bad weather that has hit Saudi Arabia since the last few days. According to the Arab News, the Madinah Education Authority has announced the closure of schools in the regions of Khaybar, Hunakiyah and Wadi Fara'a, This has been done after receiving warning about the extremely windy and dusty weather which was forecast for the region. The warning had been issued by the meteorological body in Saudi Arabia. The announcement for the closure of schools in the southwest of Bisha, was also done, including that for the University of Bisha and its campus in Tathlith. T...
Shocking Incident! OFW Physically Abused By Employer And Seeking Help From Us!

Shocking Incident! OFW Physically Abused By Employer And Seeking Help From Us!

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Amanda Gatus Jugo took to web-based social networking to request help since her manager is mishandling her physically. Not only some basic misuse, she needed to continue being slapped, beaten, pulled on the hair and even lashed by her manager. The video which was posted by Founder Bhong David in his online Facebook account has picked up the consideration of netizens. The lady, who was evidently Amanda, is in an extremely genuine condition. She has wounds everywhere on her body and is weeping for enable so she to can backpedal securely to the Philippines. Amanda is as of now remaining in her boss' home at Exit 34, Al Uraija, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She is utilizing the versatile number 0571746398. The OFW, who is from Santa Maria, Bulacan, is experiencing the brutal tre...
Saudi Wife Plans Surprise Birthday Bash for Husband, Gets Divorce

Saudi Wife Plans Surprise Birthday Bash for Husband, Gets Divorce

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The lady had booked a car to travel 60km to get her husband's favourite meal A Saudi newly-wed wanted to surprise her husband with an unannounced party on his birthday, and what she got in return was a divorce. According to local reports, the Saudi lady had booked a car to go from Riyadh to Kharj - 60km apart - to get her husband's favourite meal from a popular restaurant, which had opened there recently. She also bought some other gifts and food for him to make it a perfect birthday bash. However, unfortunately, her car broke down on her return trip. When the husband didn't find his wife in the house, he called her up. The poor lady - who was stuck mid-way - narrated the entire episode to the man. According to a Al Bayan report, when she reached home, the husband - fuming with...
Watch: OFW Who Was Sexually Abused by His Employer in Saudi Finally Rescued by Duterte

Watch: OFW Who Was Sexually Abused by His Employer in Saudi Finally Rescued by Duterte

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The Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who recorded a video of how she got abused by her employer was finally rescued by President Rodrigo Duterte in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Yesterday, the OFW identified as Lilibeth Duenas Languitan went viral on the internet after thousands of netizens watched the video that she recorded against her employer who forcefully hugged and kissed her. She secretly put her phone in a secret place so she can record an evidence that would prove the abusive behavior of her employer. The video was shared by thousands of netizens who urged the government to rescue the OFW immediately before she got abuse again by her employer. One day after the video went viral, netizen Drei Natabio, shared the good news on his social media blog, that Lilibeth was already r...
Saudi princess passes away, prayers to be held on Tuesday

Saudi princess passes away, prayers to be held on Tuesday

Saudi Arabia
Prayers will be held following the regular afternoon prayers. Princess Madawe bint Abdulaziz Al Saud has passed away, the Saudi Royal Court announced on Monday. In a statement according to the Saudi Press Agency, the Royal Court said funeral prayers will be held in Makkah on Tuesday, November 28 following afternoon prayers, appealing to Allah Almighty to bestow mercy on her soul. Source  
Makkah governor rejects Qatar’s attempt to reduce Saudi role in Hajj

Makkah governor rejects Qatar’s attempt to reduce Saudi role in Hajj

Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia rejects all attempts to politicize and internationalize the Hajj, Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, chairman of the Central Hajj Committee, said on Monday. Prince Khaled, adviser to King Salman and governor of Makkah Region, was speaking at the inauguration of the “Hajj is Worship and Civilized Behavior” campaign. “Hajj is a message of peace,” he said. On the campaign by Qatar to reduce the role of the Kingdom in providing services to pilgrims, Prince Khaled said: “The answer is in the title of this campaign ... There can be no politicization of pilgrimage.” Prince Khaled said Saudi Arabia’s leadership, government and people were keen to provide everything to serve the Hajj pilgrims, and to enable them to perform their pilgrimage with ease. He urged all pilgrims to be infused with
New KSA ambassador optimistic about Saudi-US ties, says Riyadh at forefront of fighting terror

New KSA ambassador optimistic about Saudi-US ties, says Riyadh at forefront of fighting terror

Saudi Arabia
A huge improvement is witnessed in the Saudi-US relationship under the Trump administration, said the new Saudi ambassador to the US Prince Khaled bin Salman who recently presented his credentials to President Trump. “I think that President Trump is determined to work with his allies in the region to counter Iranian expansionism and terrorism,” the envoy said in an interview with the Washington Post. Addressing the Qatari crisis which has erupted in the region during the last two months, the Saudi prince said that Qatar’s policies are endangering the region’s national security. “I think Qatar’s policies have been a threat to our national security, especially when they interfere in our domestic politics and support extremists. In Syria, they have supported Al-Qaeda affiliates and some ter
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