President Mohamed Morsi will discuss Egyptian-Iranian relations with Saudi king during first official presidential visit.
Salafi Muslims have never developed a coherent system of beliefs nor sustainable organizational structures. They have always been a divided community.
Highlights from Egypt's major newspapers on Monday.
Saudi Arabia frets that ally Egypt, a major recipient of Saudi funding, is falling under what it sees as the baleful influence of the Muslim Brotherhood.
At this year's Riyadh Book Fair, publishers showcased books exploring the challenges posed to the host nation by the Arab Spring.
Buraidah in Saudi Arabia has long been regarded as a bastion of Jihadism. Yet, a transformation has been taking place for the past few years.
Interview with the Saudi Arabian Blogger Ahmed al Omran
Saudi Arabia has avoided the turmoil that has gripped many of its neighbors, but a survey of Saudi youth suggests that this reality could change.
Well-known Saudi Arabian civil rights activist and journalist Abdul Aziz Al-Khamis discusses the issue of women voting in Saudi Arabia.
The Kingdom's reaction to the Arab Spring has been conservative because its domestic and foreign policies have been geared towards "stability" for some time.