• Yemeni Culture

    A short clip portraying some of Yemen's culture. This was done for Diversity day at Meharry School of Dentistry.

    published: 25 Apr 2016
  • YEMENI CULTURE ( Adam saleh)

    Omgadamsaleh TRUESTORYASA ADAM SALEH #3MH

    published: 05 Nov 2014
  • Documentary Yemen

    Documentary Yemen Median is a production and satellite service provider based in Lebanon, and operating in the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, Europe, and the Americas. We produce and distribute films, documentaries, feature reports, news reports, magazine reports and TV series. Median has studios, SNG’s, satellite capacities, uplink, management of editorial and technical teams in its offices and point of services.

    published: 24 Mar 2015
  • Yemen Life and culture

    It was shown in Ummatic Week 2003

    published: 18 Jun 2012
  • The beautiful 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 ...

    published: 23 Feb 2009
  • Yemen's Women Diaries

    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.

    published: 16 Sep 2013
  • Sexism in Islamic Culture. Brave woman in Yemen.

    published: 01 Apr 2016
  • Yemeni People

    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).[1] The Sunnis ...

    published: 04 Nov 2016
  • Preserving Jewish culture in Yemen

    CNN's Paula Newton reports on the few hundred Jews left in Yemen.

    published: 06 Aug 2008
  • Jewish-Yemeni culture comes alive in the music of Yemen Blues

    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.

    published: 11 Nov 2016
  • Betsy on Yemeni Culture & Friendships

    Recorded on August 7, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.

    published: 08 Aug 2010
  • Yemeni Traditional Dance

    Local Arab traditional dance from Yemen

    published: 14 Mar 2016
  • Mental Health vs Culture (Yemen)

    @loonydepartment - 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

    published: 20 May 2017
  • yemen culture

    this video shows the culture of yemen in most of it's nice cities

    published: 19 Sep 2007
  • Dance by students from Yemen

    Students from Yemen dance to a song by Adoh Sagher at a small festival in Lefkoșa, the Turkish sector of Nicosia, Cyprus, where they study with other international students. http://ozoutback.com.au https://youtu.be/IA7dPRuHcvE

    published: 26 Oct 2016
  • Yemeni culture by Abdullah hasan

    published: 18 May 2016
Yemeni Culture

Yemeni Culture

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  • Updated: 25 Apr 2016
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A short clip portraying some of Yemen's culture. This was done for Diversity day at Meharry School of Dentistry.
https://wn.com/Yemeni_Culture
YEMENI CULTURE ( Adam saleh)

YEMENI CULTURE ( Adam saleh)

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  • Updated: 05 Nov 2014
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Omgadamsaleh TRUESTORYASA ADAM SALEH #3MH
https://wn.com/Yemeni_Culture_(_Adam_Saleh)
Documentary Yemen

Documentary Yemen

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  • Updated: 24 Mar 2015
  • views: 14227
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Documentary Yemen Median is a production and satellite service provider based in Lebanon, and operating in the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, Europe, and the Americas. We produce and distribute films, documentaries, feature reports, news reports, magazine reports and TV series. Median has studios, SNG’s, satellite capacities, uplink, management of editorial and technical teams in its offices and point of services.
https://wn.com/Documentary_Yemen
Yemen Life and culture

Yemen Life and culture

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  • Updated: 18 Jun 2012
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It was shown in Ummatic Week 2003
https://wn.com/Yemen_Life_And_Culture
The beautiful Yemen

The beautiful Yemen

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  • Updated: 23 Feb 2009
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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 from 400,000BC (Discovered in Tahama on the Red sea of Yemen). Bronze Age people from 2000BC had developed many agricultural settlements throughout the area. Foremost of these was Marib where a huge dam was built to irrigate the terraced fields found here. The Marib Dam is considered the greatest technical structure of antiquity. You may see some of the ruins of this structure which collapsed around 600AD and which is nearby to a new dam serving the same purpose today. Among Yemens natural and cultural attractions are four World Heritage sites: 1.The Old Walled City of Shibam in Wadi Hadhramaut, inscribed by UNESCO in 1982, is nicknamed "Manhattan of the Desert", because of its "skyscrapers". Surrounded by a fortified wall, the city is one of the oldest and examples of urban planning based on the principle of vertical construction. 2.The ancient city of Sana'a. Even the name itself, Sana'a has a great history. It was previously known as the city of Shem, named after Shem the son of Noah,father of all semites, who was the first to order to build the city. It has also carried the name Azal after one of the sons of Yaqtin ibn Aa'z as mentioned in the Old Testament. While the historical accuracy of such stories might be questioned, what is certain is that history in Yemen dates from the very dawn of humankind. Sana'a an altitude of more than 7,000 feet has been inhabited for over two and a half millennia. Sanaa has 103 mosques, 14 hammams (traditional bath houses) and more than 6,000 houses that survive all date. 3.Close to the Red Sea Coast, the Historic Town of Zabid, was Yemens capital from the 13th to 15th Century. It played an important role for many centuries, because of its UNIVERSITY , which was a centre of learning for the whole Arab world. Arabic numbers were used there first on the peninsule and Algebra is said to have been invented there in the early 8th century by the little known scholar al-Jaladi. 4.The latest addition to Yemens list of World Heritage Sites is the Socotra Archipelago. Socotra or "Eipheba Sakhotora" which used to mean "The island of Happiness".Mentioned by Marco Polo in the 13th Century, Socotra islands and two rocky islets near the Gulf of Aden has rich biodiversity. 37% of Socotras 825 plants, 90% of its reptiles and 95% of its snails are unique and DO NOT OCCUR anywhere else in the world. It is home to 192 bird species, 253 species of coral, 730 species of costal fish and 300 species of crab and lobster, as well as a range of Aloes and the Dragons Blood Tree (Dracaena cinnabari) or as it's known in Yemen: The tree of Cain and Abel (The name of this tree has always been linked with the name of Socotra due to its fame and importance since ancient times.The island people make cracks on the trees trunk and then a viscous red fluid flows and is left till it is dried up. After that they collect it and pack it for export.It is further used as medicine and many legends have been woven around it. According to one legend the tree grew from the blood of Abel when the first human crime occurred. As the blood flowed, the tree sprang from it. ) Yemen today is still not well known by the west so there could be more of these peculiarities on this beautiful mysterious country. ("If we would have to describe the country of Yemen with one word it would might be architecture" The Quran states Yemen as the place where the wisdom takes place at. The messenger (PBUH) gestured with his hands towards Yemen and said: "Wisdom (hikma) is there....)
https://wn.com/The_Beautiful_Yemen
Yemen's Women Diaries

Yemen's Women Diaries

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  • Updated: 16 Sep 2013
  • views: 211357
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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.
https://wn.com/Yemen's_Women_Diaries
Sexism in Islamic Culture.  Brave woman in Yemen.

Sexism in Islamic Culture. Brave woman in Yemen.

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  • Updated: 01 Apr 2016
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https://wn.com/Sexism_In_Islamic_Culture._Brave_Woman_In_Yemen.
Yemeni People

Yemeni People

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  • Updated: 04 Nov 2016
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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).[1] The Sunnis are predominantly in the south and southeast. The Zaidis are predominantly in the north and northwest, while the Jafaris and Isma'ilis are mostly located in the main centers of Sana'a and Ma'rib. There are mixed communities in the larger cities. Less than 1% of Yemenis are non-Muslim, adhering to Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism, and Atheism. There are also approximately 3,000 Christians, 400 Jews, and a minority of Hindus. The constitution and the laws protect and inhibit the freedom of religion. The music of Yemen is primarily known abroad for a series of pan-Arab popular stars and the Yemenite Jews, who became musical stars in Israel during the 20th century. In the Arab world, Yemen has long been a cultural center. Yemen's national anthem is "United Republic" written by Abdallah "al-Fadhool" Abdul Wahab Noman. UNESCO proclaimed the tradition of poetic songs in Sana'a, called al-Ghina al-San'ani, a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity on November 7, 2003. Qat, also known as Khat (Catha edulis), is a widely cultivated plant in Yemen and is generally used for chewing. When khat juice is swallowed, its leaf juice has an amphetamine-like effect. Yemenis wear traditional costumes and chew the narcotic khat-plant in the afternoons. Chewing khat is also part of the Yemeni business culture to promote decision-making, but it does not expect foreigners to participate. Football is the most popular sport in Yemen. The Yemeni national football team competes in the FIFA and AFC leagues. The country also hosts many football clubs. They compete in the national and international leagues. Linguistic Affiliation. Yemenis speak Arabic, which belongs to the Semitic language family. Classical Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. SPECIAL CREDIT TO: Husam Al-Sayed MADE BY: Husam Al-Sayed SPECIAL THANKS TO: Husam Al-Sayed MUSIC: Aaja Bahon Me(Instrumental) By Aamir Kangda Read more: http://www.everyculture.com/To-Z/Yemen.html#ixzz4P1htDVPs For more details please visit: www.tajagro.com / www.tajagroproducts.com This information - including product information - is intended only for residents of the United States. The products discussed herein may have different labeling in different countries. Copyright © 2016 Taj Agro (Taj agro products Mumbai). All rights reserved Reproduced with permission. Developmental, Behavioral, and Psychosocial. Screening and Assessment.
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Preserving Jewish culture in Yemen

Preserving Jewish culture in Yemen

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  • Updated: 06 Aug 2008
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CNN's Paula Newton reports on the few hundred Jews left in Yemen.
https://wn.com/Preserving_Jewish_Culture_In_Yemen
Jewish-Yemeni culture comes alive in the music of Yemen Blues

Jewish-Yemeni culture comes alive in the music of Yemen Blues

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  • Duration: 6:59
  • Updated: 11 Nov 2016
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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.
https://wn.com/Jewish_Yemeni_Culture_Comes_Alive_In_The_Music_Of_Yemen_Blues
Betsy on Yemeni Culture & Friendships

Betsy on Yemeni Culture & Friendships

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  • Updated: 08 Aug 2010
  • views: 2348
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Recorded on August 7, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
https://wn.com/Betsy_On_Yemeni_Culture_Friendships
Yemeni Traditional Dance

Yemeni Traditional Dance

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  • Updated: 14 Mar 2016
  • views: 455871
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Local Arab traditional dance from Yemen
https://wn.com/Yemeni_Traditional_Dance
Mental Health vs Culture (Yemen)

Mental Health vs Culture (Yemen)

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  • Updated: 20 May 2017
  • views: 28
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@loonydepartment - 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
https://wn.com/Mental_Health_Vs_Culture_(Yemen)
yemen culture

yemen culture

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  • Duration: 7:14
  • Updated: 19 Sep 2007
  • views: 25218
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this video shows the culture of yemen in most of it's nice cities
https://wn.com/Yemen_Culture
Dance by students from Yemen

Dance by students from Yemen

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  • Duration: 5:04
  • Updated: 26 Oct 2016
  • views: 3307
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Students from Yemen dance to a song by Adoh Sagher at a small festival in Lefkoșa, the Turkish sector of Nicosia, Cyprus, where they study with other international students. http://ozoutback.com.au https://youtu.be/IA7dPRuHcvE
https://wn.com/Dance_By_Students_From_Yemen
Yemeni culture by Abdullah hasan

Yemeni culture by Abdullah hasan

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  • Updated: 18 May 2016
  • views: 512
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