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Yemen Climate and Weather

Yemen is a country in Middle East. It is located on the Arabian Peninsula and is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the north, Oman to the east, and the Red Sea to the west. Yemen has a population of approximately 28 million people. The capital and largest city is Sana’a. The official language of Yemen… Read More »

Yemen Old History

Yemen is an independent nation in Western Asia. With the capital city of Sanaa, Yemen 2020 population is estimated at 29,825,975 according to countryaah. Yemen’s oldest history has left traces in the Qur’an, the Bible and ancient sources. In the 600s, the area became Muslim. Large parts of the country were ruled by the Shiite… Read More »

All About Yemen Country

Brief information It so happened historically that people on the territory of modern Yemen lived 4 thousand years ago. Over these many years, several civilizations and cultures have formed and declined in the country (once upon a time, Yemen was even a completely Christian state). Therefore, from a historical point of view, Yemen is one… Read More »

Yemen – a Tribal Society with Problems Part 3

The revolt against the Saleh regime has come in waves where periods of strife have been followed by periods of peace, and then new strife. A total of six rounds – the last ending in February 2010 – have been won. During this period, campaigns have spread out of Sadah province, and both sides have… Read More »

Yemen – a Tribal Society with Problems Part 2

3: Al-Qaeda in Yemen Yemenis have been in contact with al-Qaeda since the early 1990s. The collaboration gained momentum when the Aden Abayan army turned to the leadership of al-Qaida in 1998 and proposed attacking US naval vessels. The two organizations probably collaborated on these attacks. In the year 2000, they tried to sink the… Read More »

Yemen – a Tribal Society with Problems Part 1

Yemen is haunted by mainly three major conflicts. One between the government and Shia Muslim rebels in the north, another between the government and a growing movement of dissatisfied Yemenis in the south. The third important conflict is between the government and the new, local al-Qaida organization al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula. What problems is… Read More »