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Saudi Arabia Exposed Saudi Arabia land of oil, terrorism, Islamic fundamentalism, and a crucial American ally John R Bradley uniquely exposes the turmoil that is shaking the House of Saud to its foundations, including the problems within the new leadership From the heart of the secretive Islamic kingdom s urban centers to its most remote mountainous terrain, he provides intimate details and reveals regional, religious, and tribal rivalries Bradley highlights tensions generated by social change, the increasing restlessness of Saudi youth with limited cultural and political outlets, and the predicament of Saudi women seeking opportunities but facing constraints What are the implications for the Sauds and the West This book offers a startling look at the present predicament and a troubling view of the future. Free Download Saudi Arabia Exposed [ Author ] John R. Bradley [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. This is a 10 star book and I want to give it a proper review It s something I m thinking aboutNotes on reading I m only on the second chapter but already the author is getting on my nerves In an effort to be fair to the extremely corrupt his words ruling family of Saudi Arabia and it s various branches some of them reforming he details what he sees as the good as well as the appalling Actually everything about Saudi Arabia is appalling How can there be anything considered good in a co This is a 10 star book and I want to give it a proper review It s som...

  2. The author actually lived actually means not in the walled compounds set aside for Westerners and travelled in Saudi Arabia So, this could be the first first hand experience book of Saudi Arabia by a Westerner set in the 21st century and with loads of new insights and information.The book is divided into 2 parts the first part has a chapter each, on each of the 4 provinces As with many medium sized countr...

  3. The real and proper Taliban.Imagine the Taliban ruling Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan, but this time they are sitting on top of the cheapest reserve of oil, as well as hosts of the most sacred house of Islamic God Imagine the gravitas they will be able to generate not only with the oil starved West but also with the spiritually famished billion odd Muslims of the world This is the impression reading this book left on me of the Saudi Arabian culture and society.John starts by presenting most The real and proper Taliban.Imagine the Taliban ruling Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan, but this time they are si...

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  5. 3.5 stars

  6. A book aimed at the general reader I like most people, have never been to Saudi Arabia and have been reliant reading and conversations with people who have in order to get an impression of the Kingdom Only on very rare occasions have I met a person from the Kingdom The people who I have visited have a negative view of the place and I have sensed that it s citizens have been very defensive about their home land This book has helped me get a better understanding of the place and it is an easy A book aimed at the general reader I like most people, have never been to Saudi Arabia and have been reliant reading and conversations with people who have in order to get an impression of the Kingdom Only on very rare occasions have I met a person from the Kingdom The people who I have visited have a negative view of the place and I have sensed that it s citizens have been very defensive about their home la...

  7. An informative narrative of the chronic feud between Saudi Wahhabis and the anti Wahhabi sect that led to the creation of Islamic fundamentalism and Al Qaeda into existence This book portrays some of the controversial issues that are encrypted in the Saudi norms, such as prohibiting women of the right to vote, work, drive or even meet or talk to men in public, henceforth creating a frustrated community where sins, infidelity and double standards are commonplace.I believe that so long as the Sau An informative narrative of the chronic feud between Saudi Wahhabis and the anti Wahhabi sect that led to the creation of Islamic fundamentalism and Al Qaeda into existence This bo...

  8. Saudi Arabia, a place of half hearted loyalties and a struggle for power John R Bradley tells several intriguing stories of the power struggle between the Al Said royal family and the Wahabi clerics who have the willing ears of the masses Particularly touching is the story of one of his students who on one hand befriends Bradley, than speaks of hating and wanting to kill Americans and only using Bradley to gain insights into the infidel American This is the confusing and constrictive rope tha Saudi Arabia, a place of half hearted loyalties and a struggle for power John R Bradley tells several intriguing stories of the power ...

  9. Nothing particularly new for someone living in the Kingdom Deliberate Emphasis on selective points, biased and venomous on others The author s narrative of Wahabis hatred towards all non Wahabis is pretty simila...

  10. Good analysis of social and political changes.