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2020-05-21 27th Ramadan 1441 Makkah Taraweeh Sheikh Baleelah
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2020-05-21 28th Ramaadan 1441 Makkah Taraweeh Sheikh Dosary
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2020-05-21 Day 29 Taraweeh Makkah Ramadan 2020
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2020-05-19 26th Ramadan 1441 Makkah Taraweeh Sheikh Dosary
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2020-05-18 Day 25 Taraweeh Makkah Ramadan 2020; Quran 34:24
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2020-05-17 Day 24 - Ramadan 1441 / 2020 Makkah Taraweeh - Sheikh Yasser Al-Dosari - Sheikh Bandar Balila
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2020-05-16 22nd Ramadan 1441 Makkah Taraweeh Sheikh Juhany
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2020-05-16 Makkah Taraweeh 2020 Highlights | Night 23 | Sheikh Yasser Dossary
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2020-05-14 21st Ramadan 1441 Makkah Taraweeh Sheikh Shuraim
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2020-05-13 19th Ramadan 1441 Makkah Taraweeh Sheikh Sudais
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Past Feature Articles
The Arab Spring Revisited: The Royal Response

Ten years on from the "Arab Spring", the royal family has solidified its grip on the nation. Increasingly confident in his ability to tamp down dissent, Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman is more concerned with burnishing his image as a progressive and pleasing his American ally than addressing the concerns of the citizen. In light of the contradictions between a professed desire for reform and the intolerance of dissent, what would be the response to a new round of anti-government sentiment, with the Kingdom in financial straits and pressure from the U.S. and Europe over the suppression of human rights at home?

Shock Therapy: Confronting a New Reality?

Saudi's haste to patch up relations with neighboring Qatar, rush to prosecute dissidents, and a volte-face on oil production cuts all come as U.S. President-Elect Joe Biden prepares to take office on January 20. Is the Kingdom's crown prince, Muhammad bin Salman, only now realizing the extent to which relations with its American ally will fundamentally change?

Competing Narratives: Changing the Tune or Evolving Chaos?

Ever since Prince Bandar bin Sultan's headline-grabbing interview in which he angrily denounced the Palestinian leadership, speculation has been rife over a normalization deal between Israel and Saudi Arabia. But with Prince Turki al-Faysal's more recent verbal lashing of Israel, assumptions about a coming rapprochement have been consigned to the dustbin. Does the confusion reflect second thoughts about engaging with Israel, or is it a symptom of a broader rift within the royal family?

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