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Tackled by separatist factions, Al-Qaeda operations, unpredictable revolts and critical poverty the future of Yemen seems doomed. But traveling in this Arabian country was perhaps one of the most fascinating experiences I have had, especially because I got the chance to get to know my Yemeni counterparts: the women fully covered under those black veils. Who were they like under those dark garments? Are they repressed or do they really feel more comfortable covered? Let me introduce you to them in this Diaries report from Sana'a, the capital of Yemen.
The Yemenis consider themselves the "original" Arabs from whom all the other Arabs are descended. Indeed according to ancient scriptures,Quran and some suggestive statements in the Talmud there is evidence of this. In ancient Yemen, named by the ancient Romans "Arabia Felix" ;Happy Arabia, there were 6 principal kingdoms: the Sabaean, Awsanian, Minaean, Qatabanian, Hadhramawtian, Himyarite. Sabaean was the oldest and one of the most powerful. Saba in Hebrew is "Sheba". Thus the fabled Queen of Sheba came from Sabaean kingdom. Queens in Arabia were common, and both the Bible and Quran refer to the Queen of Sheba whose real name was Bilquis! Sana'a, the capital, is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. Throughout in Yemen, Stone Age people left evidence of their occupation ...
In this episode of "Through the Naked Eye" series, Diana Moukalled visits Yemen and meet with the Jews minority in areas like Saada. Directed by Ayman Mroueh - Future Television 2001 في هذه الحلقة من برنامج بالعين المجردة تزور ديانا مقلد اليمن وتحديدا مناطق في صعدة وصنعاء وتلتقي من تبقى من الاقلية اليهودية في البلاد.. الفيلم يستعرض واقع هذه المجموعة وتاريخها في اليمن. اخراج أيمن مروة -تلفزيون المستقبل ٢٠٠١
Yemeni People The culture of Yemen has an ancient history, influenced by Islam. Due to its unique geographic location, Yemen has acquired a very distinctive culture from its neighbors; historically and culturally, the people of Yemen have closer ties with the Horn of Africa (Somalia, Eritrea, Djibouti, and Ethiopia) than they do with the rest of Arabia and the Middle East.Religion in Yemen primarily consists of two principal religious groups of Islam; Sunni and Shi'a. About 65% of the Muslim population is Sunni, and 30% is Shi'a. Sunnis are primarily Shafi'i, but also include significant groups of Malikis and Hanbalis. Shi'as are primarily Zaidis, though they also have significant minorities of Twelver Shi'as and Musta'ali Western Isma'ili Shi'as (see: Shi'a Islam in Yemen). The Sunnis ...
The Yemen is one of the oldest inhabited regions in the world. According to tradition, Shem, the son of Noah, founded the capital city Sana'a. Whether this is folklore or historical truth, it is certain that Yemen's history dates back to the very dawn of mankind. SHOWS YEMEN. RCNT street shots in old city of sana'a boys playing football woman walking in front of mosque minaret overview sana's old village lady watching men dance men in tribal dance with traditional knives drum drummer president saleh vice-president al baidh embracing after unity signing saleh kissing new yemen republic flag flag raised onlookers clap unity celebration in aden (al baidh left, saleh right) crowd saleh gives speech al baidh looks on abdul rahman, ali al jifri sot taig presid...
this video shows the culture of yemen in most of it's nice cities
Meet Ravid Kahalani, songwriter and lead singer of the popular Israeli band 'Yemen Blues.' Ravid grew up in Israel surrounded by Jewish-Yemeni culture and later discovered his love for African music and Balkan orthodox liturgy. His music merges all these sounds to create a completely unique style. It's only natural for him to sing in Yemeni-Arabic, and he dreams of performing in Yemen one day.
Talking about the massive difference between the support I'm lucky to get here (Mersey Care services), compared to the support I tried to get when I lived in Yemen years ago. Culture vs Mental Health awareness, and in Yemen they think you're possessed, the poor miss out on every aspect of treatment. #MerseyCare #MentalHealth #Awareness