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2021-05-11 30 Ramadan 1442 / 2021 Makkah Tahajud - Sheikh Saud Shuraim
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2021-05-10 Day 29 - Ramadan 1442 / 2021 Makkah Taraweeh - Sheikh Bandar Balila
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2021-05-04 Day 23 - Ramadan 1442 / 2021 Makkah Taraweeh - Sheikh Bandar Balila
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2021-05-03 Day 22- Ramadan 1442 / 2021 Makkah Taraweeh - Sheikh Saud Al-Shuraim
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Past Feature Articles
From Washington to Paris: Changing Times or Business as Usual?

As the Kingdom's deputy defense minister, Prince Khalid bin Salman, is entertained in Washington, another royal is under fire in France for allegedly enslaving his maids, bringing to mind the notorious affair of Princess Hussa bint Salman, the sister of Khalid, who was accused of threatening to murder a contractor working at her Paris apartment. With talk of a "fundamental" transformation of Saudi society, it is an open question whether real change is afoot, or whether it is a case of "the more things change, the more they stay the same."

An Imprisoned Princess: Red Lines Crossed or Factional Dispute?

Princess Basmah bint Saud continues to languish in prison, one of a number of high-profile royals imprisoned without charge or "disappeared" on the orders of Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman. Is her case, like that of many others, the consequence of a falling-out with the heir to the throne, or is the real motive an internal family dispute?

The Changing Shape Of Royal Family Politics: Old Rivalries Revisited?

The Al Saud has been riven with internal conflict throughout its varied history. This has typically taken the form of inter-sibling rivalry, as brothers jostle for power and position, whether in the courtyards of the palace or on the battlefield. Will a similar dynamic emerge in the modern era, or is Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman in a place of unassailable supremacy?

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