Introduction Saudi Arabia is a resourceful country. Saudi Arabia is a country in the Middle East bordering the Persian Gulf and Red Sea. Extensive coastlines provide leverage on shipping, especially crude oil, through the Persian Gulf and Suez Canal. Neighboring countries include Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. The geography of Saudi Arabia is primarily desert with rugged mountains in the southwest.
Saudi Arabia is a country that has come extremely far with regards to their moral compass. As a country, Saudi’s truly take pride in their religion above anything else. In fact, everything from their economy, political system, and even legal systems revolves around their religious practices and beliefs. That being said, it can be assumed that religion in the country most sacred and taken most seriously in the eyes of Saudi Arabians. Sunni Islam is the state religion for Saudi Arabia and many Saudi’s are Muslim (McGuigan).
Saudi Arabia's government for opening foreign investment and softening the conditioning also affected the monetary funding for the country in addition to attract the latest technology and products. Foreign investment is a positive effect of globalization for Saudi Arabia. With the government increasing the public spending and funding new fundamental projects, trade for Saudi Arabia is not limited only for products but the attract of external labor. Every year Saudi Arabia attracts about one million expatriates to work for the projects, which will help in accelerating the development wheels, regardless the side effect of Saudi employment still there are some types of jobs which are not attracted for Saudis due to its low wages. Being open to globalization allowed many of the Saudi citizens to go abroad to pursue their studies that leads to different degrees including Bachelor, Masters, Doctorates and medical fellowship with the support of the government by launching the King Abdullah Scholarship
Saudi Arabia is a country in Southeast Asia with a population of approximately 19 million people. The country was established in 1932 by King Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdul Rahman Al Saud. In Saudi Arabia, female literacy is estimated to be at 50 per cent, and male literacy at 72 per cent (UNDP, 2003). According to the 1992 census, 4.6 million of Saudi Arabian residents were foreign workers. This explains why in Saudi Arabia women constitute seven per cent of the work force in 1990 and four per cent in 2003.
In order to understand the poetry in pre-Islamic Arabia we have to look at pre-Islamic Arabia, we have to understand the characteristics of pre-Islamic Arabia, we have to look at the early forms of poetry and the parts that make up a poetry, we have to know a couple of dominant poets back then and finally look at the mu’allaqat. Pre-Islamic Arabia had some main characteristics that helped in shaping the
Standing at the place of 24th in world global force chart has been a great feat for Saudi Arabia. However, this feat could not be achieved on their own. For Saudi Arabia, they got a lot of military aid and weapon technology from the countries that they have been close with. Two of the most notable countries that help Saudi Arabia are Pakistan and the United States. For Pakistan, they have been the closest Muslim ally to Saudi Arabia.
The Literature Review The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the largest country in the Middle East. It is ruled by the Al Saud family since 1932. The military service has been improved since 2003, when Saudi Arabia developed a relationship with America and Korea to coach the soldiers and teach them new techniques. Unfortunately, Saudi Arabia did not apply the mandatory military service for all male citizens. Therefore, this study aims to seek the answer to the research question, should military service be mandatory for all male citizens of Saudi Arabia at age 18?