Tag Archives: Saudi Arabia

According to topschoolsintheusa.com, Saudi Arabia is a large country located in the Middle East, bordering the Red Sea and Persian Gulf. It has an area of over 2 million square kilometers, making it the largest country in the region. The terrain is mostly desert with mountains and highlands in the southwest. The climate is dry and hot, with temperatures ranging from cool winters to hot summers. The educational system in Saudi Arabia follows a traditional model based on Islamic principles. All children between the ages of six and fifteen are required to attend school, which consists of six years of primary education followed by three years of secondary education. Higher education is offered at universities across the country as well as several private institutions. Students can pursue a range of courses including business, engineering, science, technology, law and medicine. Despite recent reforms to improve access to education for women, gender segregation remains entrenched within Saudi Arabia’s educational system; women are not allowed to attend classes with men and are often segregated from male students even at universities. Additionally, religious instruction is mandatory at all levels of schooling and female students are required to wear a hijab or abaya while attending classes. See topmbadirectory for Saudi Arabia Politics and Known People.

Saudi Arabia Modern History

Saudi Arabia is a country located in Western Asia. With the capital city of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has a population of 34,813,882 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. Saudi Arabia’s first king Ibn Saud (1932–1953) ruled the country according to conservative Islamic laws while establishing close cooperation with the Western powers. Oil began to… Read More »

Saudi Arabia Healthcare and Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera no Typhoid & Polio 2 malaria 3 – Eat Drink Overview Medical care is good in Riyadh, Jeddah and Mecca. In the countryside, however, it cannot be compared to Europe and is occasionally – even in the city – problematic in terms of hygiene… Read More »

Foreign Fighters from Russia and Central Asia Part I

In January 2017, Turkish authorities arrested a man from Uzbekistan. He was a member of the terrorist group Islamic State (IS) and is now suspected of having carried out the terrorist attack that killed 39 people at a nightclub in Istanbul on New Year’s Eve . The suicide bombers who blew themselves up at Istanbul’s… Read More »