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By Turki

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Description

Saudi Arabia is a mysterious land for many people. What is Saudi Arabia and how do the people of Saudi Arabia think? This show is here to help and answer these questions and more. Produced and hosted by Turki a citizen of Saudi Arabia attempting to provide a better understanding of Saudi Arabia and its people, its culture, politics, and its view of the world. The show will cover the culture of Saudi Arabia and life in Saudi Arabia from both a Saudi and an expat perspective. Join us and discover one of the mysteries of the middle east.

Customer Reviews

Not so bad

There are terrible things that happen in Saudi Arabia. I don't deny it. However, we have to have reasonable expectations when listening to a Saudi Podcast. Of course they're going to gloss over the problems in their country. When I visited the Saudi Embassy, the presentation they gave was filled with innaccuracies and denial. However, what it is useful for, though, is seeing what seeps through. The narrator doesn't hide his near disgust for homosexuals, nor the suspicion of Shiites, or acknowledgement of conservative marriage practises. And those non-mainstream opinions, from Western standards, are what will help us understand Saudi Arabia and the Muslim World in general. One can also say that in order to best fight the war on terror, we cannot demonize Muslims. Instead, we must engage them on the issues they admit they completely disagree with us on that they'll admit to-in podcasts like this (such as sexuality and secularism). Listen and learn, but with skepticism.

Don't waste your time.

When I came across this podcast I thought that it would be interesting and introduce a new perspective on certain issues. I really wanted to put all of the stereotypical propaganda finally to rest. So I listen to this cast and sadly it only confirmed popular beliefs about Saudi Arabians and largely arab/moslem countries. You will find the narrator highly offensive and quite biased... almost hateful at times I dare say. If you can get past the broken English and horrid sound quality you will most likely find his dialogue dry, repetitive and be left wondering what he really meant. He makes sad attempts to side-step issues and atrocities in modern Saudi Arabia such as the medieval public killings, open hate and intolerance advocated by the dictatorship (and enforced by the "religious police" in the name of Islam) , the inhumane treatment of women, and anything else a civilized democratic nation would consider even the most basic rights.

Very Interesting

This procast was very interesting and informative. I like it and can not wait for new ones to post.

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  • Category: Places & Travel
  • Language: English

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