Prominent Saudi thinker Turki al-Hamad talks society, culture and his career
In an exclusive interview with Al Arabiya.net, prominent Saudi thinker Turki al-Hamad shared his thoughts on the region, including politics and societal matters, as well as the next steps in his career.
Hamad is a Saudi political analyst, journalist and novelist, best known for his trilogy about the coming-of-age of Hisham al-Abir, a Saudi teenager, the first installment of which, Adama, was published in 1998.
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