Arab journalist based in the Middle East. Said al-Arabi is a pseudonym.
Comment: Saud al-Qahtani, Saudi Arabia's Steve Bannon, was the crown prince's right-hand-man - but his disappearance from the royal court has done little to allay dissidents' fears, writes Said al-Arabi.
An insider reveals the machinations at the Saudi Royal court to find a solution to the mess MbS created.
An insider reveals the full story of how and why the decision to capture Jamal Khashoggi alive or dead was most likely taken by Mohammed bin Salman.
Okaz has been pushing 'fake news' at least since the start of the Qatar crisis, and has now turned on BBC Arabic.
The UAE and Egypt have both condemned North Korea for a recent nuclear test that has escalated tensions in East Asia, but both nations are among Pyongyang's leading Arab partners.
Blog: No amount of hype about Dubai's cool gadgetry can hide the rotten police state in the Emirates.
The fake news peddler has not only called for, but is attempting to create the illusion of a new uprising in Qatar
In-depth: Accosting Saudi journalists and peddling fake news against opponents, a Saudi royal adviser close to Mohammed bin Salman appears to be reading straight from Steve Bannon's handbook.
The anti-Qatar gang appears to be taking its inspiration from Hollywood's bullies.
Analysis: The Saudi-led blockade of Qatar is closely linked to a bid for rapprochement with Israel, now no longer the main foe of some Gulf countries