Sweeping Contradictions.

A man flitted and flounced over a canvas laid on the floor. His movements are impetuous; tempered with swift deliberate strokes. It was marked with purposeful pauses to reload his weapon of choice, a broom, no less drenched in paint as much his thobe.  He gives the impression of an artist lost in the moment, in his performance—sheltered from the cacophony of on-lookers through the music blaring through his earphones. There is intimacy in the act of creating, and Nugamshi, grants those who watch him perform privy to his thoughts and identity.

Present day Riyadh, Nugamshi paints for us one statement over another, creating converging and diverging narratives along the way. Every now and then, his face would draw a pensive stare, seemingly caught in his stream of thoughts.

Nugamshi was born in Qurrayat, and spent most of his childhood in Qassim before moving to Riyadh. His interest in calligraphy was first influenced by his teacher, Nasser Al Harbi, who also discovered his talent for the craft. Nugamshi pays homage to the tradition but pivots towards a contemporary approach to calligraphy. He positions his work at the crevice, marrying it with his love for typography. The latter, an interest taken further by Nugamshi as a graphic designer, working now as a creative director for a private company.

"The making of the art is akin to a dance. The words I choose are not random, they are words born out of a monologue, expressed to create a dialogue with the audience"   Nugamshi

“The making of the art is akin to a dance. The words I choose are not random, they are words born out of a monologue, expressed to create a dialogue with the audience” Nugamshi

Perhaps what makes Nugamshi’s work stand out is its successful meshing of Japanese techniques, graffiti and the act of painting itself—resulting in a captivating visual and performance piece. His use of unconventional materials was part out of necessity and influenced by Niels Shoe Meulman.

“I have tremors, my hand shakes, and that is something that normally would be a disadvantage if you are working with a detailed, technique oriented craft like Arabic calligraphy. However, for me, it was not a limitation, it pushed me to go outside the normal and find my way,” Nugamshi said.

Nugamshi’s brand of calligraffiti transcends language barriers, the appeal of it is universal, which the artist attributes to the spiritual connection he creates in every performance. His favorite words to create are Her, and Nun.“whenever I perform, I am representing my identity, introducing my language, but at the same time, the experience itself is universal. Foreigners actually appreciate my art more than Arabs.” Nugamshi has taught workshops on the basics and history of calligraffiti at the YourAOK art organization in Kuwait and presented his video installations in the 2016 Sharjah Calligraphy Bienniale. He performed with his Saudi contemporaries in Washington DC last spring.

Calligraphy is an art form marked by discipline, mastery, and an obsession with perfection— Nugamshi’s departure from it extends not just in his execution but in his detachment from his art.

“I don’t believe in the past, it ties you down. I only believe in the future. The moment I finish an artwork it is no longer part of my present, and so I destroy it,” says the man, who at one point in his life impulsively chose to be homeless in Hong Kong.

Just when you thought you’ve had Nugamshi read, he throws you a curve. His artistic signature isn’t the medium and tools he chooses, but the calculated chaos and measured impulsivity that characterizes his every move. He is his art, and his art is he: bold and broad, thoughtfulness caught in reckless abandon.


TOUS Jewelry opens at Riyadh Park Mall


TOUS Jewelry opens 22nd of September KSA store at Riyadh Park Mall.

Global CEO for TOUS Spain Jose Maria Folache has opened the 22nd TOUS KSA store in Riyadh Park Mall, one of the largest and latest shopping malls in Riyadh.

The new opening comes in line with the TOUS strategy to consolidate and strengthen TOUS leadership position in the affordable luxury jewelry segment.

The flagship store boasts a premium location of 133 sqm perfectly placed in the Mall, which reflects the TOUS premium image status and suits the taste of lovers of unconventional jewelry collections, with displays of a wide variety of iconic affordable jewelry and accessories that cater to all needs and perfectly fit women from different age groups.

The store boasts a unique modern design and showcases a wide range of TOUS collections for 2018 and 2019 that have been launched at the opening.

The ceremony was attended by Jose Maria Folache, CEO, TOUS International, Korayem Al Enazi, Chairman of the National Precious Metals Commission and Selim Chidiac, CEO of L’azurde Group, the new Franchisee for TOUS in KSA, as well as women dignitaries, businessmen, the media, celebrities and TOUS jewelry lovers.tous1

AlEnazi commented: “We are always happy to see an international brand like TOUS increasing its investments in KSA. This reflects the confidence in the Saudi market and is fully in-line with its Vision 2030. TOUS is an international brand with top quality products, we look forward to their increased presence in the Kingdom and further expansion and investment”

“We are excited to open the first TOUS store with our new partner, bringing the total number of stores across the Kingdom to 22 and at one of the most prestigious malls. TOUS is keen to increase its investment in the Saudi market in line with Vision 2030, which reflects the promising future of the Saudi economy. We are confident about the potential of the Saudi market and look forward to contributing to creating more job opportunities for Saudi youth and promoting investment in the Kingdom,” said Folache who visited the Kingdom to attend the opening ceremony.

“We aim to fortify our presence in the Kingdom and expand our business especially after TOUS consistent sales growth over the past years. TOUS carved a pioneering leadership position for the brand in the Saudi market and we are confident that our partnership with the TOUS KSA franchisee will boost TOUS sales in the Saudi market as a global luxury brand. Our mission is to continue impressing our customers with our creative and innovative designs while focusing at the same time on maintaining our original and genuine quality,” he said.

Commenting on the opening of the new store, Selim Chidiac said “TOUS iconic jewelry collection is unique and modern and complements our existing product portfolio perfectly. With TOUS, we will be able to reach new customer segments and offer affordable luxury products to consumers. We are confident that through our solid partnership with TOUS we will enhance TOUS position in the Saudi market. TOUS is an important addition to our business and it comes in line with our strategic plan to expand into the affordable luxury jewelry segment.”


Hits and Misses: Riyadh’s Latest Food Trends


The making of legends, fads, and flavors our palates wish to forget. 

Instagram-ready Unicorns


Contoured waffles, doughnuts posing on top of shakes, glittered dessert-scapes, and yes, unicorn inspired drinks—Riyadh rode the instragram foofie (food selfie) trend like no one’s business. Don’t get us wrong, we like pretty food, for as long as it doesn’t compromise taste. Sadly, we’d have to say there were more misses than hits when it came to crazy concoctions this 2017, so next year folks, let’s try to master the basics.

HIT: Serafina’s Crazy Shakes, Chunk’s popcorn cake

Veganism and Patties from Outer Space


Healthy living isn’t a fad, it’s a lifestyle and we’re all for it. When fitness became mainstream, came the rise of popularity and interest in Veganism. Cool so far. When you have demand, out comes restaurants and establishments wanting to provide. Burger joints started offering vegan options, some fared well, while others tasted like Martian dirt specimens we accidentally swallowed, that would eventually lead to our mutation.

Dear restaurants, yes, if you can’t beat them, join them, but if you do, do it right. Who did it right? Urth Caffe, try their vegan pizza.

Better Latte than Never


Somewhat of a latecomer in 2017 but seems to be holding strong, is the comeback of the latte, iced or hot. New cafés like Jolt have a latte menu, where you’ll find Spanish lattes, gahwa lattes, rose lattes, lavender lattes and other interesting concoctions. Whether you like it velvety or frothy, lattes are here to stay.

Where are all the Good Ramen?


This culinary import is just one of Japan’s brilliant culinary creations. Ramen, when done properly, is soulful. Ramen masters orchestrate this dish, it’s a balancing act of flavors and textures. Unfortunately, the ramen bowls that came last year has yet to satisfy our cravings. So sorry, guys, this is a miss— for now.

Gotta have ‘em all, Poké Bowl


First thing first, poke bowls are not from Japan they hail from sunny Hawaii. It’s not a new hipster invention, poké (pronounced as Poh-Keh) has been around for ages and part of the indigenous culinary culture of Hawaiians. In Riyadh, we don’t have poké specific places yet so restaurants, most of them Japanese, have taken it upon themselves to give their deconstructed sushi take on this dish. Honestly, we don’t mind, they’re tasty but we would love to someday taste an authentic version just for comparison.

Hits: Mee So Hungry, Sushi Counter, Circle Café

The DR 2018 Foodie Prophecy:

Move over Quinoa, there’s a new superfood in town, which presumably would be Soghum.


So it’s been circulating that middle eastern food will be trending globally (makes sense, we’ve loved it for ages!). But allow us to put it out there before cultural misappropriation muddles things this year: Daqqus will be replacing Sriracha as the It sauce. Remember its name.



Enjoy the Wonderful High Tea at The Globe


Nestled atop Riyadh’s iconic AlFaisaliah Tower, the Globe provides a stunning 360-degree view of the city. Pair that with their High Tea and you have yourself a truly elevated weekend experience.

The moment the elevator opens to the main restaurant, you’ll be greeted by a breathtaking panoramic view of the city. Likewise, the atmosphere within the Globe itself does not disappoint—spacious, elegant, and inviting on a fine Friday afternoon.

The High Tea itself consists of sweet and savory buffet offerings to pair with their unlimited hot beverages. There is also a fun kid station, making it a nice family affair should you wish to bring your children along.


We appreciated the variety of savory treats, from sandwiches, canapés, salad cups, croissants, down to the sushi corner; no palate will leave dissatisfied. The dessert table is not to be overlooked either, providing a selection of crafted chocolates, macarons, cakes, and more.


To tie it all neatly in a bow, they offer one of the finest tea labels in the world, TWG. Coming in a variety of flavors, favorites like the Moroccan Mint and authentic Jasmine can be had here. Coffee lovers, worry not, you will enjoy a fresh brew here, too.

High Tea at Globe is perfect for friends, families, and couples wanting to enjoy a sophisticated yet relaxing weekend. We recommend going around 3 or 4 in the afternoon, and stay to watch the sunset on the city. Make sure you also pass by The Experience, an exclusive viewing deck that will leave you awe-inspired.

Location: AlFaisaliah Tower (See map)

Timings: Fridays and Saturdays, 3-6 PM

Price per person: SR 195 inclusive of hot beverages (tea/coffee)

For Reservations:

Tel: +966-11-2732222


Take A Hike!


Your Winter just got cooler.

A roundup of hiking clubs and touring services to get you exploring like a true Riyadhi.

It’s the winter season, and those who love the sun can finally play under it without any apprehension. This is the season for all the outdoor adventures that a Riyadhi can dream of, and that means it’s officially the time for hiking, camping, and adventuring.

Horizon Tours

Abdulrahman AlShaya started Horizon Tours because of his love for the desert. It is one of the first touring services to be licensed by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Heritage this year. They offer central region tours but also cater to other parts of Saudi Arabia, like Shuwaimis and the empty quarter. Horizon took us on a Rock Art tour where we saw awe-inspiring petroglyphs and went to a secret valley that felt like an open museum. The Horizon crew is amazing when it comes to giving you a full and authentic historical, cultural, and entertaining experience. Expect to learn about pre-Islamic folklore, listen to legends around the bonfire, feast on authentic Kabsa, and enjoy the desert like a true Bedouin.

Instagram: the_horizons_tours

Masarat Club

Masarat club was created with passion and fervor to explore. A group of friends who loved hiking came together to start the club in April 2017. Their hiking adventures are thrilling, exciting, soulful and educational. With them, we get to explore mountains that we never knew to have existed here. The tour guides of the club are always curious, so they try to discover as many hiking trails and historical sites as possible. If you’re lucky to hike on a mountain close to such a site, then you can have the pleasure to explore more. Masarat Club’s guides are fully equipped with all the hiking equipment and first-aid, so if you’re concerned about your safety, no worries, they’ve got your back. The club also takes people here on global trips; next up they’ve got Kilimanjaro and Mount Elbrus in their books, so get ready to register yourself if interested!

Instagram: Masaratclub

DR Fave for taking your hikes to the next level

Price for the hiking trip per head: SR 400

Ghazi Tours

Ghazi tours is majorly formed by the Ghazi family hailing from the Northern part of the country. Their trips highly focus on bringing people together from diverse cultures and entertaining them. Destination tried their trip to the Red Sands called Saad, where we got to sand-ski, ride quad bikes, drift (in a safe manner of course), sing and dance. They are a group of explorers who offer camping trips and one day trips filled with fun and adventure in which you get to explore places in and around Riyadh. When you’re on a trip with them, there’s more time for laughter, fun and socializing than exhausting yourself on a trail. Ghazi Tours is passionate about its culture and they aren’t hesitant to be loud, hence, their folklores and folk dances are authentic and amusing. Safe, fun, social and exciting- they are a classic in what they do.

Instagram: ghazitours

DR fave for most things to do

Price for the tour per head: SR 220 inclusive of meal

Riyadh Hiking Club


This group organizes trips on a weekly basis. The locations and type of hikes they do also vary between the sand dunes, sunset excursions, fossil gardens, valley hikes, and sometimes, in city cultural trips and activities. The one we were invited to join was at the Edge of the World, followed by a barbecue, where people got to socialize and enjoy a campfire with warm tea. The people are culturally diverse, friendly and welcoming, so you won’t feel left out even if it’s your first time hiking in Riyadh. Another cool thing about Riyadh Hiking Club is the most affordable option between all the tours we’ve tried.

DR Fave for newbies and social butterflies

Facebook: Riyadh.Hiking.Club

Price for the tour per head: SR 220 inclusive of food, refreshments, and transportation (if needed)


Abayas for the Active You


By Safa Hassan and Duha Al Hosainy

Don’t let them get in the way of your activities!


M-Line Abaya Instagram: madawialissa Price: SR 800

Your typical abayas can be quite a hassle when you’re trying to get a movin’, let alone working out or getting active. We’re firm believers though that you shouldn’t let it get in the way of staying healthy and going out and about. We have come up with ways you can stay on track with fitness without being interrupted by your abaya.

  • Length & Cut

Silver Star, Royal Mall Price: SR 300

If you want to use an abaya for dynamic wear, have it shortened from the bottom. Or opt for a cut that won’t get in the way. Go for a deep ‘U’ cut from the front rather than the regular trailing bottoms.

  • Hoodie

Hoodies are great because you don’t have to keep managing them. Neither do you have to deal with the tarha. If you like having a slight breeze on your neck, hoodies are perfect. When paired with the hijab under-scarf, they give you the coverage you need, added with a bit of rocky swag.

Check out the Nike Hijab Pro for a snug, athletic fit.1-1-of-33

  • Sleeves

Find an abaya with foldable sleeves that won’t keep rolling down. Or opt for an abaya with sleeves that end right above your wrists. Also, make sure that the sleeves are not tight, so you can lift weights without feeling restricted.

  • “Flash-proof” Abaya

A.K.A. the abaya with a zipper. It’s loose enough to let you move around with ease. It’s an ideal abaya for brisk walking, jogging or running without having to hold it in place every now and then. Bonus points for being able to wear breathable clothes underneath!1-2-of-33

  • Black is the new… Black.

(This works only if your abaya is black.) A simple hack for those who don’t like it when the abaya restricts proper leg movement during a brisk walk or run, or don’t own a zipper/thobe abaya: wear a full-black outfit (nothing that defies the purpose of the abaya), and let your abaya hang on your shoulders. And Abracadabra! Watch your body camouflage with the abaya.1-17-of-33

Pro Tips:

  1. Bluetooth headphones pair well with a hoodied abaya.
  2. Make sure your abaya comes with pockets. It results in less baggage in your hands.
  3. You don’t want to wear an abaya made of thick fabric. Make sure that the abaya is made of a light, breathable material. Chiffon is a good choice.

Where to get your abayas in Riyadh:

  • Royal Mall
    Location: Olaya St.
  • Taiba Souk
    Location: Olaya St. and King Fahad Rd.
  • Saudi Sports Abayas:
    Running abaya by Eman Joharjy
    Instagram: emanjoharjy
  • Cycling Abaya by Baraa Alluhaidan


Saudi Superhumans – Saudi Para-Athletes Heroes


These para-athletes are just a few of the heroes bringing pride to our nation.

Nour Al Sana

fahad-saad-5-_paralympics_november_2017_riyadh_shLong-Distance Runner

“Every one of us has an inner talent that can be awakened by practice.”

With years of training, young athlete and engineer Nour Al Sana has become the Paralympics champion of the Kingdom for long-distance running. Sport for Al Sana is more than just a hobby, it’s his passion. Despite suffering from muscular atrophy, he managed to break the world record in the 800m at the first West Asian Paralympic Games. Recently, he participated in the London World Championship 2017 and became one of the fastest 400m runner. He believes sports are therapeutic and empowering. Drawing inspiration from his coach Hajj Hamemmi Sahrawi, he hopes to pass on his love for the sport to all children.

Fahad Saad Al Ganaidl

fahad-saleh-4-_paralympics_november_2017_riyadh_shWheelchair Racer

“Don’t ever give up, don’t be disappointed and be patient, because these sports are tough.”

“As long as you are working hard, your day to shine will come at the right time. Be patient and don’t lose hope.”

This Saudi Paralympics star rose to fame for his spectacular performance in Wheelchair racing. The constant support he received from his family and friends made him work and train hard enough to qualify at the 2002 Paraolympics. The years in training have been tough on him. Ever since, he has won lots of medals worldwide. He won his first bronze medal in 2002 and after two years, he won his first gold at the 2004 Gulf Championship. He states that sports are necessary for everyone, especially the disabled, as it helps develop muscles and makes you stronger.

“I don’t like it when the society labels us with the term ‘handicapped.’ It’s something you shouldn’t be embarrassed of.”   

Abdullah Alafifi

alafifi-paralympic-november-health-20173100m Runner and Wheelchair Basketball Player

“No pain, no gain.”

Abdullah Alafifi is a testament that, with hard work and a determination, you can achieve anything. A versatile para-athlete, Alafifi has won gold medals in the GCC, Arab, and Asian Championships. He also got a bronze medal in the world championship and qualified in the London Paraolympic Games. He believes that sports is for everyone and a vital part of maintaining your health. Abdullah places emphasis on fostering an inclusive society, “treat us as normal individuals; institutions should prioritize making their establishments accessible to people with disabilities. This includes making social events that allow para-athletes and people of disabilities to engage with others in an impactful way.”


We All Can Be Champions – The Saudi Paralympics


The Saudi Paralympic Vision.

Part of the Kingdom’s 2030 vision is to create a society where citizens are able to live healthy and be healthy. We imagine a future where everyone is able to participate in sports and activities, their well-being not an afterthought but a priority.paralympic-november-health-20172

We see a future that is inclusive, where people with disabilities are able to take part in building the nation. The Paralympic Committee of Saudi Arabia is one of the many ways the Government ensures that people with disabilities are able to explore their full potential. Established in 2014, its goal is to raise the level of sports for disabled persons and increase public awareness of people with special needs and sport.

Goal ball is a sport for the visually impaired using a ball fitted with bells. The Saudi Goal Ball team is the first in the gulf and has won 8 championships.

Goal ball is a sport for the visually impaired using a ball fitted with bells.
The Saudi Goal Ball team is the first in the gulf and has won 8 championships.

This isn’t necessarily a new undertaking but simply a renewed and more focused interest in para-athletes. For over two decades, these superhumans have already brought pride to the nation. Hani Al Nakhli, for example, won the silver medal during London 2012 and a bronze in Rio de Janeiro 2016. Add to this our para-football team, which has won the world championships three times in a row.

In line with this, the Saudi Paralympic Committee has entered multiple strategic agreements since 2015, to strengthen the support given to our athletes. As the president of the committee, Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Al Muqrin says, “We seek to provide opportunities for sports participation and success for all people with special needs, focusing on what they can do and maximizing their abilities.”paralympic-november-health-201713

This November, the first Saudi Paralympic Games will be held for the first time in the Kingdom. The competitions will include: Athletics, Basketball chairs, Volleyball seating, Weightlifting, Swimming, Table Tenner, Football, and Goal Ball.

Goal Ball Saudi National Team

Goal ball, also known as Bell, is a para-sport for visually impaired people. It involves two teams, consisting of three main players and three reserves. The game uses a special ball for the blind, fitted with bells inside. The Saudi National team is the first of its kind in the gulf. They have eight Gulf championships under their belt, and have in fact won six consecutive times in a row.

Instagram: paralympic_sa
Twitter: paralympic_sa


Chillaxing Games


By Al Bandary Khaled Al Johar

These games will put you in the right chill frame of mind.

With great power comes great responsibility; with great responsibility comes great stress. If you keep letting all that stress build up, your head may pop like popcorn kernels, and I’m sure you don’t want that do you? To reduce stress, some people workout, others meditate, and the cool folk play video games. We have created a list of games that you can play to help you de-stress.

1- The Sims 4 (PC)

12080162The Sims is the ultimate virtual reality game, which existed even before the VR headset was a thing. It allows you to live the life of your dream without any judgments. It contains social interactions, like friendships or relationships. It’s a better way to develop your imagination no matter how crazy you are.

2-The Last Guardian (PS4)

91syjhzlwel-_ac_sl1500_We all know that the Japanese excel in fantasy; so you know that you’re in for a treat. It consists of a beautiful plot with the combination of adventure, spectacular graphics, and musical score. Indulge in The Last Guardian’s mystical land and spend time with your gigantic feathered friend, when reality gets too stressful.

3- Pigment (iOS/Android/Pc)

pigment-phoneTake a break from stress and relax with this digital coloring book. Unlike other apps where you need to tap the required area to fill it with color, Pigment allows you to have the real experience. It’s the right game to discover your artistic side and to express yourself creatively. It’s a great art therapy for your mind.

4- Animal Crossing (3DS/Wii)

file_7893_animal_crossing_new_leaf1Animal Crossing is a game where you can relive your childhood memories. You can enjoy the virtual life, without being under stress of losing. Here, you can interact with cute animals who, by the way, are villagers. . You also get to own your own farm. It’s way better than Farmville.

5- Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved (Xbox360/Xbox1)

fantasia-key-artHere’s a game where there’s no such thing as losing. It’s a musical motion video game inspired by Disney’s classic animated movie, ‘Fantasia’. It’s created to let you express your dancing skills.

6- Silk 2 – Interactive Generative Art (iOS/PC)

prima-interactive-disney-gaming-disney-fantasia-music-evolved-xbox-one-24628103246_2048x2048Here’s another game for the artists. Using the illustration program, you can rediscover your artistic side. Their magic brush will help you relax, express yourself, and create mandalas and wallpapers, with just the swish of a finger.

Gamer Tips!

  1. You can buy these titles from Jarir, Extra, or Tokyo Games.
  2. There are rows of gaming stores on Suleimaniya Street where you can actually bargain. And it’s also a great place to trade in games and buy secondhand ones.


Beyond Basics: Shaving, Micro Braids and Colors

These braids can last two months as they are somewhat permanent, but not more.

By Yara Alhazmi

A shift from the mainstream.

This summer, the heat should be the least of your worries as hairstylists have come up with extremely cool hair trends: shaving, micro braids and fascinating hair colors. These hairstyles have taken over.

  • Shaving

Shaving is not just a hairstyle, it’s a statement. A lady’s beauty is not measured by the length of her hair. If you’re feeling ballsy shave your head completely. If not, shave a part. Your head is a stencil; make it a masterpiece.

Sahar Al Nasser

Sahar Al Nasser

Sahar Al Nasser, a Saudi hairstylist, learned the art of shaving. She is a young pioneer who acquired her skills from a workshop in Dubai and two years of practice; from the basics like how to hold the scissors perfectly to studying different equipments and face shapes. Grateful for the constant support of her parents, she hopes to achieve a Masters in hairstyling and starting her own salon.

Mob: +966-545546169
Instagram: zay.shave

  • Hair Coloring

michellecarey-haircolorist-beyondbasics-september-riyadh-2017-courtesyThe hair coloring game gets better. Bold, daring and bright hair colors tend to give you a new personality and make you feel more confident.

From cinnamon to platinum, Michelle Carey does it all. She is a licensed hairstylist from Paul Mitchell School. This American cosmetologist, who resides in Riyadh, is more than just a stylist. She is passionate about making people happy and satisfied by playing with their

The best thing about her: she knows how to give you the color you want without damaging your hair. Besides, she makes the sessions fun.


Michelle Tips:

  • Washing colored hair with cold water won’t shed as much pigment as compared to hot water.
  • Take a shower every other day. It’s best for all hair type.
  • While bleaching, take it slow and know of what to expect. Besides, don’t forget Olaplex.

Instagram: Haircologist

  • Micro Braid

These braids can last two months as they are somewhat permanent, but not more.

These braids can last two months as they are somewhat permanent, but not more.

To be honest, braiding is one of the best ways to deal with frizz or an oily scalp. By adding color and lengthy extensions to your hair, you can make your braids look unique. The process is long, but totally worth it. There’s bound to be some tugging, but your hair will always be on fleek.

Asma, a Riyadhi hairstylist, has aced the braid game. She makes the process fun and gets through it quickly.

DR TIP: These braids can last two months as they are somewhat permanent, but not more.

Mob: +966-551586682