Saudi Arabia

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  • Topic: Saudi Arabia, House of Saud, Abdullah of Saudi Arabia
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Have you ever been in a place where you were not familiar with anyone, did not recognize any law or even the familiarity of the land around you? I am from Saudi Arabia and living in a new land where I have had to relearn everything. Have YOU ever wondered about my country? (Pause for few seconds) I am in America and it is wonderful, but, would you like to travel to Saudi Arabia? Many times I have longed for home. It is strange to go from your homeland to a foreign country. I am surviving in America and a visit home is not near in my future. Today, I am going to inform you about the country that I love so much, Saudi Arabia. I will tell you about the government of Saudi, facts about my country, and the activities that I enjoy at home.

Our country has overcome many happenings. We have come along journey and deserve to be where we are now. According to the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington, DC, “Over recent years, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been confronted with what many consider its greatest challenge: achieving modernity without surrendering its heritage, faith, or culture. Seventy-five years ago, Saudi Arabia did not exist; today, it is a nation marked by sophisticated political, legal, and financial systems, with a culture rich in history and deep in faith”( www. It is important to change with the times and still keep the heritage of our elders. Our religion is important to us and it remains the most important element in our society. The faith in our God is what has assisted us in the wealth we have attained today.

To begin with my information about Saudi government, Several leaders have designed the system of government that we use today. “Recognizing that his young nation would need to adapt to the changing times in order to thrive and prosper, King Abdulaziz built the foundation for a constitutional regime, thus establishing a modern government where once tribal rulers had reigned”( There are two...
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