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    Dr. Hessa bint Abdullah Lootah, also called "Dubai's First Lady in Mass Communications", is an expert in communication research, communication theories, photojournalism, media and development, as well as contemporary issues in communication. During her prolific career, she has served as head of department of Mass Communications at the UAE University. She has also held positions in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, in addition to sitting on the board of the UAE National Media Council and Arab Journalism Awards. Dr. Lootah has produced several television programmes including TV Magazine, Gulls on the Shores of the Gulf, and Cinema Show. She has also published media specific studies and research in both Arabic and English. Dr Lootah is the recipient of several awards including th...

    published: 04 Dec 2013
  • Arab-American business owners: We create jobs & wealth

    Immigrant business owners in Dearborn, Michigan say they've lived the American dream: supporting their families while enriching their community. Now, they say President Trump's immigration ban makes them feel unwelcome.

    published: 03 Feb 2017
  • Arab Girl Problems

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  • Job at Malls only for Saudi's #Arab News

    SourceJobs at malls will only be for Saudis: Labor Ministry LULWA SHALHOUB | Published — Friday 21 April 2017  JEDDAH: Jobs at shopping malls will be limited to Saudi nationals, the Labor and Social Development Ministry announced on Wednesday. “Minister of Labor and Social Development (Ali Al-Ghofais) issued an order limiting work in closed shopping centers in Saudi Arabia to Saudi men and women,” Khalid Abalkhail, spokesperson at the ministry tweeted. The Labor Ministry’s statement added that the new move should adhere to employing female sales assistants in women’s clothing and lingerie shops, which are mainly inside shopping malls. The statement also said: “The decision ensures that the Labor and Social Development Minister sets a time plan for the implementation and designates ...

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  • Stange facts of saudi arab|Women's Rights in Saudi Arabia|سعودیہ میں عورتوں کا کردار

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  • HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates)

    HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates)

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  • Employment of Arab women in Israel

    Arab women cannot integrate into the labor market. Employment possibilities for them are almost nonexistent, not accessible, and are mostly based on a contractor that leads to exploitation. Arab women cannot integrate into the labor market. Arab women laborers, who were hardly heard during this summer's social protest, decided to protest on their own for their right to fair employment.

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  • The Arab women in Cairo who are leading the way in aiming for equality in the work place

    Om Waleed is a taxi driver. In fact she is the only woman driving a taxi in Cairo. She has broken a huge taboo and put up with repeated harassment to pursue her ambition of doing the job she wants in order to support her family of three. Euronews took a ride with her through the capital with the constant traffic jams creating more problems on her daily trips. Her skill has won her special standing among her male colleagues. "At first I faced a lot of problems with other drivers, because they w… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/03/08/the-arab-women-in-cairo-who-are-leading-the-way-in-aiming-for-equality-in-the What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe ...

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  • Arab-American Women: Issues Of Identity In The School (DVD #2)

    This is a brief clip from my popular educational DVD, "Arab-American Women: Issues Of Identity In The School." To order the DVD, and for more information about my educational services, please visit: http://www.multiculturalmindset.com Video contents copyright 2012 by Multicultural Mindset, LLC.

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  • Female Arab lawyer challenges gender roles

    (1 Nov 2016) Dressed in the headscarf and long robe of a devout Muslim, Reema Shamasneh fights for Arab women in the most intimate arena of their lives: Marriage and divorce. In a West Bank divorce court where a woman's testimony is worth half that of a man, she challenges the gender roles at the foundation of Arab families. Women across the Arab world have gained ground in education and health, but inequality remains entrenched in family courts. Under the principles of Sharia, or Islamic law, applied in these courts, women are placed under the guardianship of husbands who must provide for them. While countries such as Tunisia and Morocco have introduced reforms, brides in others must still be represented by male guardians who sign marriage contracts. Men can divorce on a whim, while...

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  • Why Many Arab Americans Check 'White' On The US Census

    This might surprise you, but according to the U.S. government, I'm considered white. That's because, on the U.S. census, there's no option for Middle Eastern or North African, or MENA Americans. That means while we don't always have the same resources as some other minority groups, we still face a lot of the same struggles.  I like to think of it as "white without the privilege." Initially, in 1944, MENA Americans were overjoyed when the government ruled to legally identify them as "white." That's probably because, up until 1952, only "white Americans" were able to become U.S. citizens. So, here we are, all these years later, and folks from the Middle East and North Africa still don't have their own American identity. That could change in the next census. Which might mean, for the firs...

    published: 15 Jul 2016
  • Women and Science in the Arab World

    Pursuing a science career in the Arab world is challenging, but women embarking on this path may face more hurdles than their male peers. Why are there very few models of women scientist that young researchers can aspire to? Why do women hardly ever land top managerial jobs in universities and research centres? On 27 March, 2014, and as part of Egypt's Science Month, Nature Middle East and Nature magazine's Arabic Edition hosted a panel discussion with four prominent women researchers, at the American University in Cairo, to explore the issues women in the science industry face, and look at success stories. The panel included Nagwa El-Badri, the department chair of biomedical sciences at Zewail University of Science and Technology, Rania Siam, the chair of the department of biology at t...

    published: 01 May 2014
  • Inside the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer

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    published: 08 Apr 2013
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Dr. Hessa Lootah on Arab jobs, Arab women & Dubai Expo2020
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Dr. Hessa Lootah on Arab jobs, Arab women & Dubai Expo2020

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Dr. Hessa bint Abdullah Lootah, also called "Dubai's First Lady in Mass Communications", is an expert in communication research, communication theories, photojournalism, media and development, as well as contemporary issues in communication. During her prolific career, she has served as head of department of Mass Communications at the UAE University. She has also held positions in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, in addition to sitting on the board of the UAE National Media Council and Arab Journalism Awards. Dr. Lootah has produced several television programmes including TV Magazine, Gulls on the Shores of the Gulf, and Cinema Show. She has also published media specific studies and research in both Arabic and English. Dr Lootah is the recipient of several awards including the Taryam Omran Award for Best Article, and the Rashid bin Humaid Award for community service. She holds a doctorate from the University of Ohio in the US, a Master's in Arts from the School of International Studies in Ohio, and a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts. This interview was done at the 12th Arab Though Foundation annual summit in Dubai, UAE, Dec. 4-5 2013. #Fikr12
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Arab-American business owners: We create jobs & wealth
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Arab-American business owners: We create jobs & wealth

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Immigrant business owners in Dearborn, Michigan say they've lived the American dream: supporting their families while enriching their community. Now, they say President Trump's immigration ban makes them feel unwelcome.
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Arab Girl Problems
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Arab Girl Problems

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Being an arab girl in the 21st century is unique in itself, because its a serious struggle, you dont believe me... watch this video and tell me you cant relate. Subscribe, Like and Share this video.
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Job at Malls only for Saudi's #Arab News
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Job at Malls only for Saudi's #Arab News

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SourceJobs at malls will only be for Saudis: Labor Ministry LULWA SHALHOUB | Published — Friday 21 April 2017  JEDDAH: Jobs at shopping malls will be limited to Saudi nationals, the Labor and Social Development Ministry announced on Wednesday. “Minister of Labor and Social Development (Ali Al-Ghofais) issued an order limiting work in closed shopping centers in Saudi Arabia to Saudi men and women,” Khalid Abalkhail, spokesperson at the ministry tweeted. The Labor Ministry’s statement added that the new move should adhere to employing female sales assistants in women’s clothing and lingerie shops, which are mainly inside shopping malls. The statement also said: “The decision ensures that the Labor and Social Development Minister sets a time plan for the implementation and designates the location in accordance with the market’s condition and the data of job applicants. Coordination with the Saudization committees in the regions will be carried out with regards to the implementation plans and their dates.” The move comes in line with efforts to cut down the unemployment rate from 11.6 percent to 7 percent by 2030. Saudis make up one-fifth of the number of workers in the retail sector in the Kingdom. According to Vision 2030 released in 2016, there are only 300,000 Saudis out of 1.5 million workers employed in the retail sector. The Kingdom is seeking to create more than 450,000 jobs in the non-governmental sector by 2020, as per the National Transformation Program (NTP) under Saudi Vision 2030. The vision’s report reads: “We aim to provide job opportunities for an additional million Saudis by 2020 in a growing retail sector that attracts modern, local, regional and international brands across all regions of the country.” √ https://www.google.com.sa/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.arabnews.com/node/1087901/saudi-arabia&ved=0ahUKEwibxKaJ4bXTAhUQEVAKHS8OBqIQFggYMAA&usg=AFQjCNH_SB5h24LaouuMwCZ3i9XAcQRYlg&sig2=D-4HaRH6-ugMYbMmfRYX3w
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Stange facts of saudi arab|Women's Rights in Saudi Arabia|سعودیہ میں عورتوں کا کردار
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Stange facts of saudi arab|Women's Rights in Saudi Arabia|سعودیہ میں عورتوں کا کردار

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HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates)
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HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates)

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Employment of Arab women in Israel
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Employment of Arab women in Israel

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Arab women cannot integrate into the labor market. Employment possibilities for them are almost nonexistent, not accessible, and are mostly based on a contractor that leads to exploitation. Arab women cannot integrate into the labor market. Arab women laborers, who were hardly heard during this summer's social protest, decided to protest on their own for their right to fair employment.
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Arab Girl Looking for Job Tricked Into...
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Arab Girl Looking for Job Tricked Into...

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The Arab women in Cairo who are leading the way in aiming for equality in the work place
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The Arab women in Cairo who are leading the way in aiming for equality in the work place

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Om Waleed is a taxi driver. In fact she is the only woman driving a taxi in Cairo. She has broken a huge taboo and put up with repeated harassment to pursue her ambition of doing the job she wants in order to support her family of three. Euronews took a ride with her through the capital with the constant traffic jams creating more problems on her daily trips. Her skill has won her special standing among her male colleagues. "At first I faced a lot of problems with other drivers, because they w… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/03/08/the-arab-women-in-cairo-who-are-leading-the-way-in-aiming-for-equality-in-the What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Arab-American Women: Issues Of Identity In The School (DVD #2)
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Arab-American Women: Issues Of Identity In The School (DVD #2)

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This is a brief clip from my popular educational DVD, "Arab-American Women: Issues Of Identity In The School." To order the DVD, and for more information about my educational services, please visit: http://www.multiculturalmindset.com Video contents copyright 2012 by Multicultural Mindset, LLC.
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Female Arab lawyer challenges gender roles
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Female Arab lawyer challenges gender roles

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(1 Nov 2016) Dressed in the headscarf and long robe of a devout Muslim, Reema Shamasneh fights for Arab women in the most intimate arena of their lives: Marriage and divorce. In a West Bank divorce court where a woman's testimony is worth half that of a man, she challenges the gender roles at the foundation of Arab families. Women across the Arab world have gained ground in education and health, but inequality remains entrenched in family courts. Under the principles of Sharia, or Islamic law, applied in these courts, women are placed under the guardianship of husbands who must provide for them. While countries such as Tunisia and Morocco have introduced reforms, brides in others must still be represented by male guardians who sign marriage contracts. Men can divorce on a whim, while women must prove cause. And polygamy is legal only for men. Such notions enjoy strong support, even among women. In a 2013 poll by the Pew Research Center, large majorities in seven Arab countries said a woman should obey her husband, from 74 percent in Lebanon to 87 percent in the Palestinian territories and 93 percent in Tunisia. Shamasneh believes the laws are the way they are because they were passed by men. "There is this sort of discrimination in the law, starting from simple things like the marriage contract. The woman must be represented by male guardians who sign the marriage contract and if she has no guardians, in that case, the judge represents her guardians, so at all times she must be represented by male guardians, but the man can represent himself," Shamasneh says. On a typical day, Shamasneh arrives before 9 a.m. at the Islamic courthouse in Ramallah, a 20-minute drive from Qatana, where she lives. Ramallah is the West Bank's most vibrant and liberal city where young women in short sleeves mingle with others in conservative dress in markets and cafes. The court takes up the ground floor of a five-story building, and hearings are held in two small rooms crammed with tables and chairs. Female lawyers and clients wear headscarves when appearing before the judges, in deference to religious traditions. When Shamasneh began practicing 15 years ago, female lawyers were rare. Now the women occasionally outnumber male lawyers in the courthouse. There's even a female judge. Kholoud al-Faqeeh is from Shamasneh's home village, she was a year behind her in law school and received her groundbreaking appointment as Shariah judge in 2009. Al-Faqeeh, a mother of four, occasionally reins in men appearing before her. Still, the judge defends the legal code, with some caveats. She says it reflects gender roles, and women often don't exhaust all legal options, such as stipulating divorce rights in a marriage contract. The growing presence of female lawyers has helped create more empathy for women going through divorce, custody or alimony hearings. Under Shariah, as applied in the Palestinian territories and other parts of the Arab world, a husband can end a marriage by declaring his wife divorced. A wife must prove abuse or neglect in court. In some countries, she can pay the husband compensation to get out of a marriage, in a so-called "khula" divorce. Legal action can take months or years. In recent years, it has become easier for a woman to get a divorce on grounds of abuse, Shamasneh says. A woman still needs to make a compelling case, but it is within the judge's discretion to accept her word without demanding corroborating testimony. Shamasneh occasionally spars with her male colleagues in the lawyers' small waiting room in the courthouse. On one morning, Shamasneh gets into a legal debate with another lawyer, challenging his claim that Islamic law gives the same rights to men and women seeking divorce. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b7f26b388db22a712e51904c26b77441 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Why Many Arab Americans Check 'White' On The US Census
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Why Many Arab Americans Check 'White' On The US Census

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This might surprise you, but according to the U.S. government, I'm considered white. That's because, on the U.S. census, there's no option for Middle Eastern or North African, or MENA Americans. That means while we don't always have the same resources as some other minority groups, we still face a lot of the same struggles.  I like to think of it as "white without the privilege." Initially, in 1944, MENA Americans were overjoyed when the government ruled to legally identify them as "white." That's probably because, up until 1952, only "white Americans" were able to become U.S. citizens. So, here we are, all these years later, and folks from the Middle East and North Africa still don't have their own American identity. That could change in the next census. Which might mean, for the first time, we'll actually know how many MENA Americans there are. Right now, estimates range from 1.5 million to 3.6 million, and some experts even think it's closer to 6 million. SEE MORE: Black And Muslim — A Complicated Identity What most people don't realize is that the majority of the Middle Eastern population in the U.S. is actually Christian, and many of them want to continue identifying as white. That makes adding a MENA bubble on the census kind of controversial. Some people are also worried that the clarity of the demographic data will make it easier for law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security to target certain neighborhoods or communities.  There's a good chance that MENA Americans will no longer have to classify as white after 2020, but we won't know until 2018, when Congress votes on the final census. So, do you think the census represents you? Let us know. This video includes images from Getty Images and clips from Encyclopaedia Britannica. Music provided courtesy of APM Music. Newsy is your source for concise, unbiased video news and analysis covering the top stories from around the world. With persistent curiosity and no agenda, we strive to fuel meaningful conversations by highlighting multiple sides of every story. Newsy delivers the news and perspective you need without the hype and bias common to many news sources. See more at http://www.newsy.com/ Like Newsy on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/newsyvideos/
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Women and Science in the Arab World
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Women and Science in the Arab World

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Pursuing a science career in the Arab world is challenging, but women embarking on this path may face more hurdles than their male peers. Why are there very few models of women scientist that young researchers can aspire to? Why do women hardly ever land top managerial jobs in universities and research centres? On 27 March, 2014, and as part of Egypt's Science Month, Nature Middle East and Nature magazine's Arabic Edition hosted a panel discussion with four prominent women researchers, at the American University in Cairo, to explore the issues women in the science industry face, and look at success stories. The panel included Nagwa El-Badri, the department chair of biomedical sciences at Zewail University of Science and Technology, Rania Siam, the chair of the department of biology at the AUC, Rehab Abdallah, a research assistant at AUC and Sara Serag El Deen, an AUC graduate studying for her PhD in Harvard University.
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Inside the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer
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Inside the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer

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Gulf News visits the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer to see how inmates are being rehabilitated. See more at: http://gulfnews.com/gntv
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Current Situation of Jobs for Pakistanis in Saudi Arab || Pakistan Kah Lia Buri Khaber
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Current Situation of Jobs for Pakistanis in Saudi Arab || Pakistan Kah Lia Buri Khaber

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Building the Future: Jobs, Growth, and Fairness in the Arab World
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Building the Future: Jobs, Growth, and Fairness in the Arab World

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The Government of Jordan, the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, and the IMF will convene a conference in May 2014 in Amman to discuss an economic vision for the Arab countries in transition. Speakers: Noor Tarawneh, Taha El Hajji, Ahmed Elhelbawey, Mariem Ben Fadhel, Somayya Ghariani, Sukaina Al Shami Conference Site: http://www.imf.org/external/np/seminars/eng/2014/act/
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Arab Women of the Year Award 2016 | London, UK
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Arab Women of the Year Award 2016 | London, UK

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Arab Women of the Year Award 2016, London, UK Recognizing the achievements of Arab women Dr. Ismahane Elouafi, Director General, ‎International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA) received the award for her achievement in science. Video: londonarabia.com
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The Middle East nightmare: Kenyans continue to suffer in Arab country
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The Middle East nightmare: Kenyans continue to suffer in Arab country

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Caution to Ghanaian Girls Leaving for Arab Nations for Jobs
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Caution to Ghanaian Girls Leaving for Arab Nations for Jobs

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Saudi women excited to buy cars and start driving
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Saudi women excited to buy cars and start driving

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A luxury motor show in Saudi Arabia's capital of Riyadh attracted female visitors keen to buy their first cars after Saudi's King Salman ordered that women be allowed to drive starting from mid-2018.
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Syrian and Jordanian women find sweet success in training and employment project in Jordan
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Syrian and Jordanian women find sweet success in training and employment project in Jordan

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As part of efforts to help boost the labour force participation of Syrian and Jordanian women, the ILO is implementing training and employment initiatives in the sweets-making industry. Women are being trained in making, decorating and packaging sweets. Some have already found employment in local sweets shops, while others have set-up their own home-based businesses.
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20 SIGNS YOU'RE DATING AN ARAB GIRL - DATING ARAB GIRLs - CRAZY ARAB GFs BE LIKE
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20 SIGNS YOU'RE DATING AN ARAB GIRL - DATING ARAB GIRLs - CRAZY ARAB GFs BE LIKE

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Ever dated an arab girl and realised shes actually the crazy psycho girl you swore you would never end up with ? And for those who havent dated an arab girl then here are her personality traits. do give me a thumbs up if you like my videos and SUBSCRIBE to my channel!! Also do SHARE my videos. HIT ME UP ON INSTAGRAM/SNAPCHAT- JANNAJOJOX
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High Salary Jobs in Dubai
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High Salary Jobs in Dubai

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High Paid jobs offered in Dubai now a days. How much pilots, bankers, doctors, engineers, managers can earn in Dubai.
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Don't work for any fraud this guy goes to Saudi arab
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Don't work for any fraud this guy goes to Saudi arab

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Employment fraud - Please help anyone.. Or any NGO in saudi working for India
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