Quotes by Arabic authors
Women today should have the same rights as men. And all citizens should have the right to speak their minds without fear of imprisonment.
We have been influenced by you in the U.S. a lot. Not because anybody exerted pressure on us - if anyone puts pressure on us, we go the other way. But if you put a movie in the cinema and I watch it, I will be influenced.
I think that Saudi women are very powerful. And I think that Saudi men are the greatest support to Saudi women.
The United States should propose partition in Syria. Assad can keep what he controls, and the rebels can form local governments and establish a new entity.
By facilitating a peace agreement and leading the reinvestment and reconstruction in Yemen, Saudi Arabia can turn around a failed state and bolster its standing as a global and regional leader.
I just want to be a free writer. I think I am serving my country and my people by providing an independent narrative.
Vision 2030 is about a lot of big opportunities, so Aramco is one of them, Neom another opportunity.
I fear that the day I die, I am going to die without accomplishing what I have in my mind. Life is too short, and a lot of things can happen, and I am really keen to see it with my own eyes - and that is why I am in a hurry.
The eradication of the Muslim Brotherhood is nothing less than an abolition of democracy and a guarantee that Arabs will continue living under authoritarian and corrupt regimes.
I appreciate my brother, His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the U.A.E. and Ruler of Dubai, and the Council of Ministers, who face every morning challenges, but plan and remove all obstacles to score achievements.
One could imagine a day when empowered and experienced representatives of liberated areas will sit with the regime's representatives and work to negotiate to reunify a more democratic Syria.
Everyone should have the freedom and opportunity to shape their own destiny.
The United States would be the only honest broker in the international effort to restore peace and justice for all Syrians.
I expect that I will still wake up every morning and ponder the choice I have made to speak my mind about what is happening in Saudi Arabia. It is a pattern that I have grown accustomed to.
We will not continue to be in the post-'79 era. That age is over.
We want to reach free energy markets, but with subsidy programmes for those with low income, and not to have the subsidy in the form of lowering the energy prices, but through other programmes.
We are a primary target for the Iranian regime... We won't wait for the battle to be in Saudi Arabia. Instead, we'll work so that the battle is for them in Iran.
I had elements that were much more than what Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates had. If I work according to their methods, what will I create? All of this was in my head when I was young.
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