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The cultural setting of Saudi Arabia is Arab and Islam.
Women's clothes are often decorated with tribal motifs, coins, sequins, metallic thread, and appliques.
In the state school system, about half of the material taught is religious.
In contrast, assigned readings over twelve years of primary and secondary schooling devoted to covering the history, literature, and cultures of the non-Muslim world comes to a total of about 40 pages.
In accordance with Wahhabi doctrine, only two religious holidays, Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, were publicly recognized, until 2006 when a non-religious holiday, the 23 September national holiday (which commemorates the unification of the kingdom) was reintroduced.
Observers have described Saudi Arabian society as deeply religious and deeply conservative.Bedouin culture is "actively" preserved by the government..