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Saudi Arabia for the 1st time in the middle east.Jet car racing in Jeddah,
Largest Mall in Jeddah Saudi Arabia
Housewife Patricia Clark Taylor wasn't thrilled when her husband, in the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, was transferred to Saudi Arabia in the 70s. Soon they found themselves in the midst of international events. She gained a new perspective on America's foreign and energy policies. She later studied politics and worked on Capitol Hill. Her book is "Unveilings."
AFC Asian Cup 2007: Iraq V Saudi Arabia Post-Match Awards Ceremony & Trophy Presentation
National Day of Saudi Arabia
This video was removed from YouTube because some Saudi cretin was offended. It's now back on Pat's list, but here's another copy for good luck
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Mental Saudis skating along the motorway!
In light of today’s volatile energy climate, Desert Venture becomes a highly ironic and intensely interesting classic video about American oil production in the Middle East. A propaganda film through and through, Desert Venture seeks to lionize the American investors who came to Saudia Arabia and invested in energy at great risk. The rosy face that the narrator puts on the relationships built between Americans and “suspicious, strange people” is powerful. This film is also one of the greatest collections of footage of 1950’s oil factories and plants in the Middle East. Stirring scenes of Saudi and American workers toiling in the heat for energy is captivating. For it’s outrageously positive tone and jingoistic viewpoint, as well as precious footage, Desert Venture is of crucial viewing importance today more than ever.
This friend from Qatif, Saudi arabia made a new cool invention for his motorcycle
Saudi Special Security Forces قوات الأمن الخاصـة
Ayesha Ismail became the first Saudi woman to reach Kalapathar 5550m and Everest base camp. Raj Tamang CEO of Responsible Adventures personally led the trek to ensure this goal was achieved.