Articles by Adnan Malik



Hajj Faithful Told of Conspiracies

  • 20 January 05
  • The Associated Press
Raising their hands to the sky, about 2 million Muslim pilgrims prayed for salvation Wednesday at Mount Arafat, where Saudi Arabia's top Saudi cleric defended the Muslim nation against conspiracies from outside and within.

Iranian Plane Crashes, 43 Dead

  • 11 February 04
  • The Associated Press
An Iranian plane crashed Tuesday near an upscale neighborhood as the Kish Air Fokker-50 prepared to land at Sharjah airport in the United Arab Emirates, killing 43 people aboard, Emirates officials said.

Al-Qaida Owns Up to Riyadh Blast

  • 12 November 03
  • The Associated Press
The al-Qaida terror network has claimed responsibility for the suicide car bombing that killed at least 17 people and injured dozens in the Saudi capital, an Arab weekly that has received purported al-Qaida statements in the past said Tuesday.

U.S. Seeks Unity With Saudis

  • 11 November 03
  • The Associated Press
Arriving in the wake of a suicide car bombing that killed at least 17 people and injured dozens more, a senior U.S. official warned Saudi leaders that close cooperation in the war on terrorism was needed to prevent more al-Qaida attacks in the kingdom.

Saudis Link Al-Qaida to Compound Attack

  • 15 May 03
  • The Associated Press
Saudi authorities have linked al-Qaida to the coordinated attacks on foreigners' housing compounds in the capital that killed at least 34 people.

3 Killed as Saudis Storm Hijacked Russian Aircraft

  • 16 March 01
  • The Associated Press
Saudi security forces stormed a hijacked Russian plane Friday, ending a hostage situation that began when armed Chechen men commandeered the plane after takeoff from Istanbul. Three people were killed and several others were injured, paramedics at Medina airport said.

Co-Pilot Doing Well After Head Surgery

2nd Hajj Fire Extinguished, No Injuries

Hajj Reaches Its Climax as Mourning Begins

Saudi Truck Blast Kills 19 Americans

Bomb Rocks Hotel Lobby In Bahrain