Death in Riyadh: A cautionary tale for expat language teachers in the Middle East

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In March, 2011, an illegal drinking session got under way on an expatriate residential compound in the Saudi capital, Riyadh. Andrew Cannon, 41, and Robert Colman, 57, were both said to have ‘had a tendency to become violent with alcohol’ and fell out at some point during the session. The falling out would then lead to an exchange of physical blows. This book follows the events that transpired... More
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About Adam Simpson

Adam has been fortunate enough to spend the last fifteen years of his journey as a lifelong learner working with others in what some call the ‘language classroom’. He is currently privileged to have the opportunity to help young adults meet their educational goals at Sabanci University in Istanbul. His professional interests include flexibility within the curriculum and the considered use of technology in the classroom. He occasionally finds time to blog about his life.

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Joseph P. Badame reviewed on on April 8, 2015

Mr. Simpson has superbly detailed a useful rendition of the vast differences in justice between our society and others. Americans might well read this and realize the extraordinary freedoms and protections we have. If they do so, they might have a greater appreciation of our good fortune and demand that the abuse and degradation of our system be stopped. Once our freedoms are lost, they will be lost forever. Bravo, Mr. Simpson, we have been properly warned. Now, we must heed the warning, if we have the courage. Thank you for your professional presentation, and your generosity in sharing the story for free!
Joseph Badame
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