If you’re satisfied with putting up some content without your own domain name, anonymity is a bit easier. Assuming that you’re using a free service, I don’t see any reason that you can’t put in fake identifying information. I’m no expert on this, but I think the only way you could be tracked down in that case is if the service hosting your content logs your IP address. If they do, then in theory someone could subpoena the IP information from the hosting service, then serve a subpoena on your ISP to find out who was using that IP address at that time (again, assuming the ISP has that information). This is potentially a fair bit of work, if either the hosting service or the ISP wants to be difficult.
Note: I’m assuming that the entities with your information (domain registrar, web host, ISP) are in the U.S. If the “paper trail” is entirely in Saudi Arabia, all bets are off; I have no idea how things work over there.
One final caveat: Remember that tracking you down through technical means isn’t the only way to find out who you are. Sometimes people give themselves away through the content they post. If you post information that only a few people are privy to, or say things that echo remarks you’ve made around the office, they might be able to identify you with a bit of common sense.
And, the usual disclaimer: I’m not your lawyer, and this is not legal advice.