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Summary: A view of Saudi Arabia and the World from a Saudi perspective.
Its been almost a year since my last post here, a lot happened during the year in my life, I meet a wonderful lady, got engaged and then married. It was the best decision I ever made in my life. However, with all of these changes and work I stopped the podcast suddenly and one result is episode 29 which I recorded and never uploaded. I really would like to apologize to my listeners and specially to my guest on that episode. Today as I was going through the site and my computer I found the lost episode so I decided to upload it to everybody to listen to. I apologize in advice to everybody as I did zero editing to this episode due to the lack of time but I felt I owed my guest and listeners to have it up. So enjoy the lost episode and thanks to my guest Yazzed who you can find on twitter as @yazzed16
Welcome to a new episode of A Saudi Life podcast. In this episode I chat with an expat from the philippines, I also answer a few listener questions. I hope that you enjoy it and as always leave me your comments, suggestions and questions on the site or email them to saudi (AT) asaudilife net Please checkout the following podcasts that I recomand: The Japanofiles.com http://japanofiles.com/ The Phileas Club http://frenchspin.com/en/site/phileas/
Welcome to the relaunch of "A Saudi Life" podcast. With a new year a new life for the podcast. Starting this year I will be posting a new episode of "A Saudi Life" every month with its new format. So whats new with "A Saudi Life"? Starting with this episode the podcast will be mainly interviews or rather chats with people living in Saudi Arabia wheter locals or expats to get a different perspect of Saudi Arabia with every episode. I will also continue answering any questions you might have about Saudi Arabia. So please welcome with me our guest for this episode Manal from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Manal is a Saudi female doctor who will tell us a bit about her life in Saudi Arabia. If you want to know more about Manal follow her on twitter @MaNnO_ or email me your questions to saudi AT asudilife net PS. I apologize about the sound quality and will try to work on it for the next episode.
Well this is the first episode of A Saudi Life that I record after my return to Saudi Arabia. This is a quick and short episode as I am busy settling in and starting the next step in my life. Also I need to get more questions from everybody out there to answer and discuss on the show. I am also hoping to have a guest or two on the next show, will post details when guests are confirmed. As always you can get the show from iTunes, using your favorite RSS reader or from the player below, and please rate my show on iTunes. PS: Sorry for the poor voice quality as I lost my mic in the move, hope to get a new one for the next show.
A new episode of "A Saudi Life" is up. In this episode I answer a few questions I got. This is the last episode I do in the USA, starting with the next episode I will be back recording from Saudi Arabia. I hope you enjoy this episode and I look forward to hearing from you. Please send me all of your comments and suggestion. I would also love to get an Audio question or comment to add to the show. As always you can get the show from iTunes, using your favorite RSS reader or from the player below, and please rate my show on iTunes.
Well, I decided to bring my very short lived show "Respect the Opinion". So what s Respect the Opinion for those of you that never heard of it? Its simply a show where I go online and check all the news, technology, political sitees, and etc.. and find some artical that I have a passionat oinion about and then just ramble about it like a nut case :) So why the title? simple I excpect those listining to the show to respect my opinions, you don't have to agree with them just respect them, and if you have a similar, or opposing opinion on the matter just email it to me and I'll read it on the show, or better yet just email me a voice recording of your opinion and I'll add it to the show. I hope you enjoy this show and I look forward to your feedback. You can email me at respecttheopinion AT gmail DOT com and you can subscribe to it by iTunes by clicking here or by your favorite rss reader using the following address http://feeds.feedburner.com/RespectTheOpinion Warning!: This show may contain explicit language
Well, I got a new episode out, looks like I'm doing ok with getting them out, lets keep it up. In todays episode I cover drugs, minorities, pets, and a strict government.
Royal family support, wealth, my safety, saudi women and none saudi women
Am back and am answering more listener questions. Keep emailing your comments and questions.
In this episode I cover some questions I received by email: can you explain why Saudi Arabia does not nurture their human resources especially women? Recently there has been talk of letting women drive? How does such a strict society cope with men hanging out of cars waving their phone number written on a piece of cardboard at women in cars? I know that there is a lot of tension between the Saudis and Iran. Do the Saudis view the Iranians as part of the broader Muslim community as a partner in opposition to Israel and the United States, or as a completely heretical, foreign group? What awareness, if any, do the Saudis have of the political dialog within the west. Are people in your country familiar with western leaders such as George Galloway who often take their side in disputes with the west?
A Saudi Life is back with listeners questions.
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The tribes and the racism for who your ancestors are.
So the middle east is going crazy, USA and Iran, the start of a civil war in Iraq and Palestine, and lebanon, how is effect Saudi Arabia?
How does social status effect people in Saudi Arabia?