Buraydah


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Buraydah

, Buraida
a town and oasis in central Saudi Arabia. Pop.: 462 000 (2005 est.)
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The news website Ayn al-Youm reported that the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice raided a private property in the city of Buraydah, arresting the men inside for "loud music and inappropriate dancing".
Al-Hayat newspaper quoting forum supervisor Jalawi al-Shukair reported that the Saudi version, organised by the Internet Buraydah Forum, would take place in the open air before a jury comprising a poet, a television producer and TV presenters.
Buraydah has a tradition of holding marriage ceremonies for inmates, keeping up with directives from the crown prince and interior minister to provide care and assistance for detainees.
Buraydah, the provincial capital, is about 360 kilometers (225 miles) northwest of Saudi Arabia's capital, Riyadh.
Over the next five years, the duo plan to introduce Hilton Garden Inn hotels in locations such as Riyadh, Al Khobar, Dammam, Jubail, King Abdullah Economic City, Taif, Abha, Tabuk, Hail/ Buraydah and Yanbu.
Over the next five years, Hilton Worldwide and the Al Hokair Group plan to introduce Hilton Garden Inn hotels across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in locations such as Riyadh, Al Khobar, Dammam, Jubail, King Abdullah Economic City, Taif, Abha, Tabuk, Hail/ Buraydah and Yanbu.
Ar-Rass is near Buraydah, a known stronghold of Islamic fundamentalists in the kingdom.
Over the next five years, Hilton and the Al Hokair Group plan to introduce Hilton Garden Inn hotels across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in locations such as Riyadh, Al Khobar, Dammam, Jubail, King Abdullah Economic City, Taif, Abha, Tabuk, Hail/ Buraydah and Yanbu.
Manama: High school alumni in Buraydah in north central Saudi Arabia have feted their former teacher of Arabic at a special reception to pay tribute to his dedication and devotion.
The company's Saudi subsidiary has assumed an order from the National Grid of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the establishment of 132 kV cabling and 132 kV double-circuit transmission lines in Buraydah and Hail regions of the nation.
This has included a number of orders from Saudi Electricity Company for cabling and transmission line networks in the cities of Buraydah and Hail.
Demonstrators in the North-central city of Buraydah demanded the immediate release of political prisoners.