Mandatory use of Tawakkalna app to access public places gets mixed reaction in Saudi Arabia
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Mandatory use of Tawakkalna app to access public places gets mixed reaction in Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH: Dr. Nabila bin Sulaiman learned how to knit when she was a young child and now her passion for crocheting is helping children across the Arab world.
Bin Sulaiman launched New Smile, a Saudi-based project that provides handmade hats for children suffering from cancer. She leads a group of more than 40 volunteers that designs, manufactures, and delivers hats and beanies to patients who have lost their hair while battling the disease.
“I met with many children in the hospital who suffered hair loss due to chemotherapy,” said Bin Sulaiman, a mother of four, who works at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Jeddah.
“Sometimes they wear normal hats to hide their head and sometimes they wear nothing at all. I…

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