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Imagine waking up like this ✖️️MORNINGS // Muse by Maike // http://musebymaike.blogspot.com.au Instagram: @musebymaike #MUSEBYMAIKE

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Political map of South Asia 15 Jan 1902 (Saudi Restoration): By the early 1890s, the Emirate of Ha'il (Jebel Shammar) had risen to dominate the Arabian interior, conquering the rival Emirate of Nejd and forcing its Saudi rulers to flee to Kuwait (Battle of Mulayda). However, local discontent with Ha'il gradually grew and in 1901 the House of Saud returned, recapturing Riyadh the following year (Battle of Riyadh (1902)).

Female German minister REFUSES to wear a hijab

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Sunni and Shia: Islam's 1,400-year-old divide explained

Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran fundamentally boil down to two things – the battle to be the dominant nation in the Middle East and the fact the countries represent the regional strongholds of two rival branches of Islam. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is ruled by a Sunni monarchy known as the House of Saud, with 90 per cent of the population adherents of their leaders’ faith. The Islamic Republic of Iran, meanwhile, is overwhelmingly Shia, with up to 95 per cent of nationals belonging…

Saudi Arabian billionaire's supercar slapped with £80 parking fine

A member of the house of Saud, the billionaire was shown sitting in a restaurant with friends with his £370,000 Mercedes G63 and £350,000 Lamborghini Aventador SV parked immediately outside in Brompton Road

Sunni and Shia: Islam's 1,400-year-old divide explained

Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran fundamentally boil down to two things – the battle to be the dominant nation in the Middle East and the fact the countries represent the regional strongholds of two rival branches of Islam. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is ruled by a Sunni monarchy known as the House of Saud, with 90 per cent of the population adherents of their leaders’ faith. The Islamic Republic of Iran, meanwhile, is overwhelmingly Shia, with up to 95 per cent of nationals ...

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is ruled by a Sunni monarchy known as the House of Saud, with 90 per cent of the population adherents of their leaders’ faith.

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