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A Guide to teaching English in Saudi Arabia (4: Medina)

Synopsis Every year many people go to Saudi Arabia for work, such as for teaching English, so they have many questions and concerns. Also, many Muslims in particular visit the city of Medina as it is the second holiest city in Islam after Makkah. Therefore, in the fourth book in the series, “A Guide to… Continue reading A Guide to teaching English in Saudi Arabia (4: Medina)

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Al Jouf –In Saudi but towards the Levantine

Having traveled all over KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), I have been to many places and seen many things but none of the regions that I have been to quite matches the combination of history, religion, heritage, genealogy, nature, wildlife, and modern infrastructure as the region of Al Jouf. “Al Jouf” for those of you… Continue reading Al Jouf –In Saudi but towards the Levantine

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The Saudi Tourist and the Moroccan Snake Charmer

Somewhere in a large house in Central London: “Turki! TURKI!” Dr Faisal Al Ghamdi, a surgeon at Great Osmond Street Hospital called his son “Eh, what?” Turki, his 18 year old son said as he looked up from his mobile phone “DID YOU HEAR A WORD I SAID?! Give me that!” Annoyed, Faisal snatched the… Continue reading The Saudi Tourist and the Moroccan Snake Charmer