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Yemeni Eid: A Happy, Long Story By Tamjid Alkohali "How long until Eid?" asked Fatima, with eyes full of happiness. Despite the problems in Yemen which have stolen the happiness Yemenis' hearts, Eid al-Fitr is coming soon to return that missing happiness to them. Eid al-Fitr is the first day after the holy month of Ramadan. Every Arab and Is...
Hadi Visits the Collapse Governorate Amran President Abed Rabbu Mansour Hadi paid a surprise visit to the city of Amran to inspect the city and to announce $5 billion riyals for the reconstruction the town facilities that were affected by the recent clashes. During his visit, he inspected the progress of efforts to re-normalize the situation in the city and addre...
Houthi Leader Will Declare Intention to Appoint Himself Hashemite King of Yemen By NY Staff The recent events in Amran and clashes between Ansar Allah (Houthis) and the Islah party have raised rumors that the Houthi leader will declare his intention to appoint himself the Hashemite King of Yemen. Mohammed Abduslam, the spokesman of Ansar Allah, said that it is not their aim to rule the country unde...
Security foils post office robbery Security forces in Al-Mahweet were able to recover Riyals 36 million (USD 150,000) from an armed gang which stole it from the post office earlier in the day, the Interior Ministry said on Tuesday. The gunmen were using a car without number plates, intercepted the mail vehicle, carrying Riyals 36 million, and attempted ...
Equal Citizenship in Yemen: lost concept against social discrimination Najla Alshami Conflicts arose in the northern provinces of Yemen years ago under many covers, it wasn’t until a while ago that they were revealed to be based on sectarianism. But, that wasn’t the beginning! conflicts and discrimination based on ratios, religious doctrine, race, gender and color is historically rooted at ...
Household safety: training women to deal with everyday dangers Marwa Baabbad  In Yemen small grants were provided to local civil society initiatives to enhance the safety of women. Recipients of the grants in Mukalla, a coastal city in the governorate of Hadramawt, are having a positive impact by working with women and families on everyday safety concerns writes Marwa Baabbad. ...
Change Square Revolutionaries Died Before Achieving Their Demands Asma al-Mohattwari Atta left this life before achieving her simple dream. Her dream was to restore her land, which was plundered by looters who showed no mercy for her old age. Atta Ftini is one the revolutionaries that joined Change Square in Sana'a in February 2011, demanding the fall of former President Ali Abdullah ...
Countries swamped by debt and interest By Harun Yahya Separatist movements, terrorism, assassinations, mismanagement and poverty. These are the first things that come to mind when Yemen is mentioned. Similar problems to those in Yemen are spreading rapidly across the Middle East. Every Yemeni has the right to national unity, to live in peace, to be well gove...
Saudi denies to have found ancient Qarun treasure A Saudi security officer has denied reports that a Yemeni worker has found treasure that belonged to Qarun (Korah) in Al Baha, a city in the south west of the kingdom. Qarun was a wealthy Israelite during the era of Prophet Moses who served as a minister for the affairs of the Hebrews under an Egyptian pharaoh....
Al-Qaeda vows to sever hands of ‘corrupt’ Yemen officials Al-Qaeda has threatened to sever the hands of "corrupt" officials in the southeastern province of Hadramawt, where the jihadists have been trying to impose their strict version of Islamic sharia law. "After we eliminated agents of the United States in Hadramawt and after we fought witchcraft and sorcery, we warn all co...
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