عكاظ. Souk Okaz

In the mid-1980s, the paper was often perceived as a newspaper in decline because of failure to invest Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities SCTA
In 2003, it had an estimated circulation of 147,000 copies a machine-translated version of the Arabic article

of states that Okaz is "like an Arabic version" of the.

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Its estimated circulation is reported to be 150,000 in 2009
Okaz
Hussein Shobokshi, a former columnist for Okaz, wrote about his vision of a country where the government is fully accountable to the public, citizens can freely vote, and women can drive cars in his July 2003 column
صحيفة عكاظ
The market was definitively destroyed by the in 127 AH 725-26 CE , who sacked it
Its name was used as Okadh in some scientific publications while referring to it The market inspired the founders of the paper was Suq al Ukaz where eminent poets of the period came together to congregate poems and hold recitation competitions in
7mn, while Foreign and Arab investors stepped out as net sellers with EGP 16 However, the daily mainly serves the provinces of the Hejaz and

It competed with the fairs of and , which were also held near Mecca at the same time of year.

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Local investors stepped in as net buyers with EGP 27
صحيفة عكاظ
Then, Al Tunisi was replaced by Hashim Abdo Hashim as editor-in-chief in December 2011
Souk Okaz
Based on the results of a media survey conducted by research company , Okaz is first in readership ratings, beating many other newspapers published in the country