|Arab state-owned television stations
|Al Arabiya, a state-owned television station based in Saudi Arabia and using modern Arabic, broadcast its first program in March 2003, focusing on current affairs in Dubai, UAE. Gradually, due to the atmosphere of freedom of expression on the station, the programs began to cover a wide range of areas such as news, current affairs, business, and financial markets, sports, talk shows, and documentaries, which also grew by leaps and bounds.
|Saudi National Television 1
|Saudi TV Channel 1 is one of the largest television stations in Saudi Arabia, providing the latest information on programs, schedules, program content, reviews of exciting programs, videos of programs, etc. The website language is Arabic.
|Saudi Arabia Ministry of Education
|The Saudi Arabia Ministry of Education’s website language is Arabic. The Saudi Arabian government attaches importance to education and human resource development, and education is free of charge, with six years of schooling for both primary and secondary schools. The main comprehensive universities are King Saud University and King Abdulaziz University.
|King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
|King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is an international research university located in the fishing village of Tuwo, near Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. officially established in September 2009, it was founded with the aim of promoting and global level of scientific and technological research, with a total endowment of $10 billion at the time of its establishment.
|IslamOnline.net is a global Islamic website with the motto “Credibility and distinction” and is available in many languages. According to Alexa Internet, IslamOnline is the sixth most visited website related to Islam.
|Saudi Arabia Government Network
|Saudi Arabia government website, available in Arabic and English, with country profile, introduction to government institutions, public services, constitution, news, events, a blueprint for national development, government blog, etc.
|Organization of the Islamic Conference
|The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is an international organization of Islamic countries, a permanent body of the United Nations; it comprises 57 countries across the Middle East, Central Asia, West Africa, North Africa, and the Indian subcontinent, covering a population of approximately 1.3 billion. The Secretariat is located in the city of Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
|Gulf Cooperation Council
|The GCC, known as the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, was established in May 1981 in Abu Dhabi, UAE, with six member states: UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia. It is an important regional organization in the Middle East, with its headquarters in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
|Saudi Gazette is an English-language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia.
|Middle East Daily News
|The Middle East Daily News (Asharq Al-Awsat) is an Arabic-language international newspaper in Saudi Arabia, based in London, UK.
|Arab News Newspaper
|Arab News (Arab News) is an English-language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia.
|Saudi Arabia Life Newspaper
|Saudi Arabian Life (Al-Hayat) is an English-language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia with a circulation estimated at over 200,000 copies.
|Al Riyadh is an Arabic-language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia.
|Saudi Arabia Tribune
|Saudi Arabia Tribune (Al Nadwa) is an Arabic-language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia.
|Saudi Arabia Medina newspaper
|Al Madina (Saudi Arabia) is an Arabic-language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia.
|Saudi Arabia Al Jazeera
|Al Jazirah Saudi Arabia is an Arabic-language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia, edited by Khalid bin Hamd al-Malik, with a sister newspaper, Al Masaya.
|Al Eqtisadiah is a 34 page Arabic language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia.
|Saudi Arabia National Newspaper
|Al Bilad (Saudi Arabia’s national newspaper) is an Arabic-language daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia, based in Jeddah.