Category Archives: polygamy

Book Review: “A Thousand Spendid Suns” by Khaled Husseini

July 8, 2010 (The metaphorical Riyadh has room for book reviews.) Anyone familiar with Islam and/or the Middle East will recognize at once that this author knows whereof he writes. He should; he was born and raised in Afghanistan, but … Continue reading

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The Best of Both Worlds, Perhaps?

The Best of Both Worlds, Perhaps? Twenty years ago, handfuls Saudi university students started graduating with a B.S. inĀ  Medical Technology. They came to KFSH for their clinical internship, and I was fortunate to have initiated a few of them … Continue reading

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