Below you will find an entry on Valentine among the Saudi’s. In this entry two stories, both reject Valentine’s Day but from an entirely different perspective:
FrontPage :: Valentine’s Day Enrages Jihadists by Dr. Walid Phares

A weekend before Valentine’s Day, jihadist souls were not questioning the �commercialization� of romance, but inquiring about the ban on �being in love.� The �scholars� said human love is evil. The simple feeling of being attracted to or in love with someone is a terrifying sin if it is committed outside of their religious dogma — and it warrants serious punishment.

and: Valentine’s Day from The New Nation’s Opinion article Islamic perspective

Hence, commemorating that special day known as the Valentine�s Day is an innovation or bid`ah that has no religious backing. Every innovation of that kind is rejected, as far as Islam is concerned. Islam requires all Muslims to love one another all over the whole year, and reducing the whole year to a single day is totally rejected. Hence, we Muslims ought not to follow in the footsteps of such innovations and superstitions that are common in what is known as the Valentine�s Day. No doubt that there are many irreligious practices that occur on that day, and those practices are capable of dissuading people from the true meanings of love and altruism to the extent that the celebration is reduced to a moral decline.