Saudi Times in the Media
How Muslims Around the World Celebrate Ramadan
On the 23rd of March is the first day of Ramadan in Saudi Arabia and many Muslim countries. Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which is observed by Muslims worldwide through fasting and other religious practices. For Saudis like all Muslims around the world, Ramadan’s significance as a time for spiritual and physical discipline, prayer, acts of charity, and connecting with God.
Jeddah Corniche Circuit to host third Formula One race
The Jeddah Corniche Circuit is gearing up to host its third Formula One race from March 17th to 19th. The Jeddah Formula 1 circuit is set to remain the home of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix until at least 2027, while organizers work on a brand new facility at Qiddiya.
Jeddah’s first Islamic Arts Biennale showcases global Islamic art legacy
The First Islamic Arts Biennale in Jeddah is a groundbreaking event that celebrates the rich and diverse legacy of Islamic art from around the world. Taking place from January 23rd to April 23, 2023, this exhibition marks a significant moment for the Islamic art...
Saudi Education & Culture: Interview of Dahlia Rahaimy to Lucas Skrobot
In my interview with Lucass Krobot, founder and host of OWN THE FUTURE, I spoke about the transmission in Saudi Arabia focussing on education and culture.
You can listen to the full interview: https://bit.ly/3b8A0vU and let us know your thoughts!
BBC Arabic Radio: Interview for the lifted travel restrictions for Saudi women
This is an interview I had with BBC Arabic Radio this month, on the daily noon news show. It was one day after the Saudi government had lifted travel restrictions for Saudi women. A number of new civil laws and regulations in favor of women were released on 6th August. Probably the most important was that women over the age of 21 may obtain their passports without their guardians’ permission, as well as an easing of travel permissions.
BBC Radio: Dahlia Rahaimy on New Freedom for Saudi Women to Travel
This an interview I did with BBC Arabic Radio this month. It was on the program “Alkhalij Haza AlIsbugh” (The Gulf this Week) with Dr. Suheil Aranki.
The interview was about the newly gained freedom for Saudi women to travel, and whether Saudi society is ready for this freedom and for accepting it. The interview came after a Saudi man preached a sermon on Eid Al Adha, criticizing the Saudi government for its openness towards women and warning Saudi women of the negatives of these developments.
BBC Arabic Radio: Dahlia Rahaimy on Release of Saudi Women Activists
This an interview done with me by Erfan Arab, BBC Arabic radio on 27.03.2019 on the release of 3 Saudi women activists.
Interview of Dahlia Rahaimy with the EU-Gulf Info Center
In my interview with Cinzia Blanco for the EU-Gulf Info Center, I spoke about the role of reforms in Saudi Arabia and their impact on society.
Interview of Dahlia Rahaimy with Dbate for Saudi Women
As an eyewitness on current developments happening in Saudi Arabia, I discussed the status of women in Saudi Arabia and necessary reforms, contrary to the wrong images and impressions given on Saudi women and their live-in international media.
Interview of Dahlia Rahaimy with DW about Saudi Reforms
Hier ist ein Interview mit mir auf Deutsche Welle www.dw.com erschienen über Kino, Veränderung und deren Bedeutung in Saudi Arabien.
At the begin of reform process in Saudi Arabia, Deutsche Welle Kulturwas interested in understanding more on these reforms. I spoke about the changes happening in society, reactions towards these changes in society and their meaning for the future of Saudi people.