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    saudi
  • A citizen of Saudi Arabia, or a member of its ruling dynasty
  • Saudi-Arabian: of or relating to Saudi Arabia or its people; "the Saudi-Arabian desert"; "the Saudi royal family"
  • a native or inhabitant of Saudi Arabia
  • (Pronounced "sah OO dee".) People in the United States often use this to refer to anything that has to do with the region of the Saudi Arabia peninsula, especially the musical rhythm that is particularly associated with this region. A more appropriate term would be Khaleegy.
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Princess: A True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia
Princess: A True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia
PRINCESS describes the life of Princess Sultana Al Sa'ud, a princess in the royal house of Saudi Arabia. Hidden behind her black veil, she is a prisoner, jailed by her father, her husband and her country.

Sultana tells of appalling oppressions, everyday occurrences that in any other culture would be seen as shocking human rights violations: thirteen-year-old girls forced to marry men five times their age, young women killed by drowning, stoning, or isolation in the "women's room."

PRINCESS is a testimony to a woman of indomitable spirit and courage, and you will never forget her or her Muslim sisters.

A New York Times bestseller, PRINCESS was named one of the 500 Great Books by Women since 1300. It was also an Alternate Selection of the Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club and a Reader's Digest Selection.

PRAISE FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER PRINCESS:

"Absolutely riveting and profoundly sad..." --People

"A chilling story...a vivid account of an air-conditioned nightmare..." --Entertainment Weekly

"Must-reading for anyone interested in human rights." --USA Today

"Shocking...candid...sad, sobering, and compassionate..." --San Francisco Chronicle

PRINCESS describes the life of Princess Sultana Al Sa'ud, a princess in the royal house of Saudi Arabia. Hidden behind her black veil, she is a prisoner, jailed by her father, her husband and her country.

Sultana tells of appalling oppressions, everyday occurrences that in any other culture would be seen as shocking human rights violations: thirteen-year-old girls forced to marry men five times their age, young women killed by drowning, stoning, or isolation in the "women's room."

PRINCESS is a testimony to a woman of indomitable spirit and courage, and you will never forget her or her Muslim sisters.

A New York Times bestseller, PRINCESS was named one of the 500 Great Books by Women since 1300. It was also an Alternate Selection of the Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club and a Reader's Digest Selection.

PRAISE FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER PRINCESS:

"Absolutely riveting and profoundly sad..." --People

"A chilling story...a vivid account of an air-conditioned nightmare..." --Entertainment Weekly

"Must-reading for anyone interested in human rights." --USA Today

"Shocking...candid...sad, sobering, and compassionate..." --San Francisco Chronicle

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Surah 3. The Family Of 'Imran, The House Of 'Imran
Surah 3. The Family Of 'Imran, The House Of 'Imran
Surah 3. The Family Of 'Imran, The House Of 'Imran 1. A. L. M. 2. Allah. There is no god but He,-the Living, the Self-Subsisting, Eternal. 3. It is He Who sent down to thee (step by step), in truth, the Book, confirming what went before it; and He sent down the Law (of Moses) and the Gospel (of Jesus) before this, as a guide to mankind, and He sent down the criterion (of judgment between right and wrong). 4. Then those who reject Faith in the Signs of Allah will suffer the severest penalty, and Allah is Exalted in Might, Lord of Retribution. 5. From Allah, verily nothing is hidden on earth or in the heavens. 6. He it is Who shapes you in the wombs as He pleases. There is no god but He, the Exalted in Might, the Wise. 7. He it is Who has sent down to thee the Book: In it are verses basic or fundamental (of established meaning); they are the foundation of the Book: others are allegorical. But those in whose hearts is perversity follow the part thereof that is allegorical, seeking discord, and searching for its hidden meanings, but no one knows its hidden meanings except Allah. And those who are firmly grounded in knowledge say: "We believe in the Book; the whole of it is from our Lord:" and none will grasp the Message except men of understanding. 8. "Our Lord!" (they say), "Let not our hearts deviate now after Thou hast guided us, but grant us mercy from Thine own Presence; for Thou art the Grantor of bounties without measure. 9. "Our Lord! Thou art He that will gather mankind Together against a day about which there is no doubt; for Allah never fails in His promise." 10. Those who reject Faith,- neither their possessions nor their (numerous) progeny will avail them aught against Allah. They are themselves but fuel for the Fire. 11. (Their plight will be) no better than that of the people of Pharaoh, and their predecessors: They denied our Signs, and Allah called them to account for their sins. For Allah is strict in punishment. 12. Say to those who reject Faith: "Soon will ye be vanquished and gathered together to Hell,-an evil bed indeed (to lie on)! 13. "There has already been for you a Sign in the two armies that met (in combat): One was fighting in the cause of Allah, the other resisting Allah. these saw with their own eyes Twice their number. But Allah doth support with His aid whom He pleaseth. In this is a warning for such as have eyes to see." 14. Fair in the eyes of men is the love of things they covet: Women and sons; Heaped-up hoards of gold and silver; horses branded (for blood and excellence); and (wealth of) cattle and well-tilled land. Such are the possessions of this world's life; but in nearness to Allah is the best of the goals (To return to). 15. Say: Shall I give you glad tidings of things Far better than those? For the righteous are Gardens in nearness to their Lord, with rivers flowing beneath; therein is their eternal home; with companions pure (and holy); and the good pleasure of Allah. For in Allah.s sight are (all) His servants,- 16. (Namely), those who say: "Our Lord! we have indeed believed: forgive us, then, our sins, and save us from the agony of the Fire;"- 17. Those who show patience, Firmness and self-control; who are true (in word and deed); who worship devoutly; who spend (in the way of Allah.; and who pray for forgiveness in the early hours of the morning. 18. There is no god but He: That is the witness of Allah, His angels, and those endued with knowledge, standing firm on justice. There is no god but He, the Exalted in Power, the Wise. 19. The Religion before Allah is Islam (submission to His Will): Nor did the People of the Book dissent therefrom except through envy of each other, after knowledge had come to them. But if any deny the Signs of Allah, Allah is swift in calling to account. 20. So if they dispute with thee, say: "I have submitted My whole self to Allah and so have those who follow me." And say to the People of the Book and to those who are unlearned: "Do ye (also) submit yourselves?" If they do, they are in right guidance, but if they turn back, Thy duty is to convey the Message; and in Allah.s sight are (all) His servants. 21. As to those who deny the Signs of Allah and in defiance of right, slay the prophets, and slay those who teach just dealing with mankind, announce to them a grievous penalty. 22. They are those whose works will bear no fruit in this world and in the Hereafter nor will they have anyone to help. 23. Hast thou not turned Thy vision to those who have been given a portion of the Book? They are invited to the Book of Allah, to settle their dispute, but a party of them Turn back and decline (The arbitration). 24. This because they say: "The Fire shall not touch us but for a few numbered days": For their forgeries deceive them as to their own religion. 25. But how (will they fare) when we gather them togeth
Symphony of pleas!
Symphony of pleas!
Get your gold get your gun photo shoot PLEASE READ!!!!! EDUCATE YOURSELF!!!! article by: Janet Whitman Natural gas piped over the Canada-U.S. border and into the New York City borough of Queens helps light up about one in four bulbs in Manhattan's shimmery Times Square. Beyond serving a quarter of the Big Apple's base load electricity needs, Canada is the United States' biggest source of imported crude oil. Minnesota, for example, gets about 83% of its oil needs from north of the border. While U.S. President Barack Obama may have made much recently of steps to achieve "energy independence," the country's reliance on imports from Canada - as well as the volatile Middle East and other nations around the globe - won't be changing soon and perhaps not for decades. Mr. Obama's plan to open up huge swaths of long off-limits parts of the U.S. coast to oil and gas exploration isn't expected to yield any significant production for five to 10 years. And that might end up being a bit longer in the wake of this week's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico following the fiery blast on a drilling rig, which could give momentum to environmental groups opposed to opening up more of the offshore. Ultimately, whether delayed or not, offshore drilling won't be enough to feed the United States' oil habit. As Mr. Obama himself said, the United States consumes more than 20% of the world's oil, but has less than 2% of the world's oil reserves. About 70% of the oil consumed in the United States goes to feed gas-guzzling automobiles. Unless the nation's fleet of cars and trucks switches to electric power or vehicles can somehow be fuelled by much more plentiful natural gas, there is no way the country can get anywhere close to being energy self-sufficient, industry observers say. "With domestic production falling almost everywhere, the best we might hope for is that whatever we find might be enough to stabilize our production for a while," said Charles Ebinger, energy policy specialist at the Brookings Institution, a Washington think-tank. "Every time we lose a barrel of domestic production we offset it with imports, which upsets the balance of trade," he added. The United States paid roughly US$350-billion last year for 4.9 billion barrels of imported oil. "When you put that in context, anything you can do to keep more money home and give Americans jobs is good," Mr. Ebinger said. The U.S. government estimates that between 39 billion and 63 billion barrels of oil could be recovered from the expanded areas proposed for possible drilling, which include off the Atlantic coast, the eastern Gulf of Mexico and the northern shores of Alaska. That won't stretch far given the thirst for oil in the United States. Last year, even as the economy sputtered, 18.7 million barrels a day were consumed. The recoverable oil estimates could be low. Much of the land hasn't been surveyed for oil for nearly 30 years. If, down the road, the United States does end up with more oil than is needed to replace its current production decline, it could supplant some sources. But Canada probably wouldn't be one of them, said Gary Mar, the Alberta government's top representative in Washington. "I would suggest that oil from a next-door neighbour, friend and ally is the last place the U.S. would be looking at reducing its reliance as an offshore source." Besides the advantage of being able to pipe the oil instead of shipping it on a tanker, Canada's oil sands create a significant number of jobs throughout the United States, Mr. Mar said. The giant Caterpillar trucks used to help recover the oil come from Peoria, Ill., while their 13-foot-high, US$60,000 tires are made in South Carolina. "If you buy a barrel of oil in Canada, you get it back in a lot of ways," Mr. Mar said. "For every dollar on oil the U.S. spends in Venezuela or Nigeria, the country doesn't get much back." Also in Canada's favour is the fact that recovering crude from the oil sands is less expensive than trying to find new strikes offshore, said Fadel Gheit, managing director of oil-and-gas research with Oppenheimer & Co. in New York. "The low-hanging fruit has already been picked in the United States. It's going to take billions and billions of dollars to develop new sites. In the oil sands, there's no exploration risk." The United States imports about 53% of its crude-oil needs. Many Americans believe, mistakenly, that the country is heavily reliant on the Middle East for oil. In fact, Canada is the biggest source of oil by a long shot. Alberta alone exports about as much to the U.S. market as Saudi Arabia does. Increased production from the U.S. offshore won't have much, if any, impact on energy security. Even if the United States isn't buying from politically volatile states, some other nation will step in to replace U.S. demand. "The big problem with oil and security is the states that are empowered by their o

gold price in saudi
gold price in saudi
Princes of Darkness: The Saudi Assault on the West
The Saudis are active at every level of the terror chain, from planners to financiers, from cadre to foot soldiers, from ideologist to cheerleader.
-BRIEFING BY LAURENT MURAWIEC TO THE DEFENSE POLICY BOARD OF THE PENTAGON, JULY 10, 2002

Princes of Darkness is a highly provocative and critical expose of Saudi Arabia. This timely book brands the political and religious elite inside that country as enemies of the western world. From the Wahhabi brand of Islam, which Laurent Murawiec calls "a strange mix of paganism, provincial insularity, and of a rhetoric borrowed from Islam," to the powerful and corrupt Saudi royal family, to the multinational entities that support terrorism, the author takes the reader inside a world where enemies of the U.S. and the west are being cast as allies. He persuasively demonstrates that the Saudi leadership is as responsible for the spread of terror as any other radical Islamic nation. By extension, there is also profound criticism of the U.S. foreign policy-starting with the post-World War II period-that has supported the royal family instead of condemning it as an evil empire and of containing it. In the end, the most profound and far-reaching questions are addressed. What is to be done about Saudi Arabia? Should we take the "Saudi" out of Arabia? And if so, how?

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