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Slain journalist Syed Saleem Shahzad's book asserts al-Qaeda, unlike the Taliban, wants Western-led wars to continue.
A shootout in a town in northern Saudi Arabia proves the kingdom's anti-government insurgency is still alive despite a recent period of calm, according to analysts.
Roshan Muhammed Salih

Britain has frozen the assets of a London-based Saudi opposition group whose head is accused of being an associate of al-Qaida, the Treasury announced.

UN Security Council members have agreed to impose sanctions on a British-based Saudi dissident and a Saudi businessman after a request by Saudi Arabia, the United States and Britain.
The United States has frozen the assets of two Saudi nationals for allegedly providing support to al-Qaida, and has asked the United Nations to take similar action.
Anti-monarchy protest marches planned for Riyadh and Jedda are expected to draw tens of thousands of supporters, according to their Saudi dissident organiser.
Lawrence Smallman

The Saudi government has pledged to eliminate unemployment in three to nine years.

Roshan Muhammed Salih
A prominent Saudi dissident has poured scorn on claims by Riyadh that it is "modernising the country from the bottom up".
Roshan Muhammed Salih
Leading Saudi dissidents have said the latest attack in the kingdom's capital is an indication of the government's failure to adequately address calls for reform.
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At least two Islamists have been killed in armed clashes with Saudi security forces in the south-west of the capital, Riyadh.
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