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Abdullah Hamidaddin
Abdullah Hamidaddin

Abdullah Hamidaddin is a writer and commentator on religion, Middle Eastern societies and politics with a focus on Saudi Arabia and Yemen. He is currently a PhD candidate in King’s College London. He can be followed on Twitter: @amiq1

COLUMNISTS
Abdullah Hamidaddin
Abdullah Hamidaddin

Abdullah Hamidaddin is a writer and commentator on religion, Middle Eastern societies and politics with a focus on Saudi Arabia and Yemen. He is currently a PhD candidate in King’s College London. He can be followed on Twitter: @amiq1

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Istanbul attack shows terror is closer than we think

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

The terror attacks may be local but the reach of the pain they cause are global

Terrorism has no face

Saturday, 24 December 2016

The tragic death of the Russian ambassador to Turkey serves as a reminder to the depth of the stereotypical images

Why JASTA compresses the US view of Saudi Arabia

Saturday, 1 October 2016

While the wording of the law does not mention Saudi Arabia, JASTA is associated in the public perception with the country

Can the UN General Assembly save Yemen?

Thursday, 22 September 2016

If there is one thing Yemenis will not be expecting from the UNGA, it is a positive outcome to the conflict raging in their country

Arabs and the plight of Muslims

Sunday, 28 August 2016

About three weeks ago, an op-ed in a Saudi newspaper cast doubt on claims that Muslims in China are persecuted

Religious abuse or excuse to intervene?

Monday, 15 August 2016

The US State Department’s report on international religious freedom focuses on prosecutions based on blasphemy and apostasy laws

Wither the Arab League

Sunday, 7 August 2016

The failure of the Arab League is not an Arab thing. It is symptomatic of a much deeper, global problem

Pokemon, fatwas and terrorism

Monday, 18 July 2016

The focus on fatwas is based on the premise that clerics have a strong hold on the conscience of the average Muslim

The Prophet's Mosque: An insight into Islam’s second-holiest site

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Muslims are attached to many sacred places, mostly burial sites of Islamic figures that are regularly visited by devotees

'Religion and the recent reforms in Saudi Arabia'

Friday, 13 May 2016

Saudi government has been sending a clear message that economic development and religious extremism cannot coexist

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