Featured stories about Saudi Arabia
- Saudi Women Gear Up To Defy Driving Ban 23 October 2013
- Saudi Prisoners’ Children Put Into Solitary Confinement 22 October 2013
- Saudi Clergyman Delivers Ground-breaking Science on Why Women Shouldn't Drive 29 September 2013
- Blogging for Freedom on Saudi Arabia's National Day 25 September 2013
Latest stories about Saudi Arabia
7 March 2014
Saudi Arabia has declared the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organisation. Netizens wonder what will happen to MB members in nearby countries, like Bahrain.
9 February 2014
A campaign aimed at enabling the children of Saudi women to be granted the Saudi nationality is currently underway, writes Osama Khalid
4 February 2014
The Saudi monarch outlawed Saudis from fighting in other countries and belonging to religious and extremist groups. Netizens react to the new royal decree.
27 January 2014
Bloggers from across the region paid tribute to Tunisia for adopting a new constitution, three years after the ousting of dictator Zeine el Abidin Ben Ali.
9 January 2014
This question, posed by a University of Michigan study, is drawing laughs – and criticism online.
16 December 2013
Calling for political reform in Saudi Arabia is now considered terrorism, according to a new law which came into effect today.
15 December 2013
Saudi human rights activist Umar al-Saed has been sentenced to four years in prison and 300 lashes for his peaceful activism, in a secret trial.
8 December 2013
Saudi Arabia just approved a law which allows judges to detain people indefinitely in a country where activists claim up to 30,000 people are held without trial.
30 November 2013
Saudis are taking to their keyboards to drum up support to nominate imprisoned Saudi human rights defender Dr Abdullah al-Hamid for the Nobel Peace Prize 2014.
21 November 2013
A controversy over the issue of arbitrary detainment rose after the popular Saudi TV show MBC 8 PM ran an interview with Waleed al-Sunani. Find out why.