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  • Personal Narrative: The Yemeni Culture

    towel, it’s lite and allows a current to flow though the fabric. They wrap it around their waist and it hangs down to their ankles. Most of the teens and younger men wore this but older men also wore this. (Islamic clothing of Yemen) I went back to work the third week. After I finished my shift something happened, something I have been seeking for weeks, friendship! A kind and a respectable kid named Khalid, offered me 2 shawarma (traditional food) after I finished plowing the rest of the field. He started talking about culture and tradition and I realized it wasn’t as bad as I thought. Only the town’s kids were jerks. I realized I haven’t left the town and had a chance to meet people like Khalid. That’s when I moved to the capital of Yemen, Sana’a. A three-hour long car ride from Rada’a I saw a lot of the land, it was drier than I thought it would be, “Yemen was facing a looming water crisis” (Running dry). I also past a port town that had a lot of light skin people, and they looked American. Surly enough they spoke English and are from Britain (Britain and Yemen), But I lived with my father’s side of the family. I found that Khalid was correct. The brotherhood and sisterhood in Yemen was off the charts. They left their gates open because the level of trust and security was present and true. The kindness in people’s hearts was incredible, unique and…

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  • Ali Abdullah Saleh Analysis

    Saleh was still young. at Bait el-Ahmar village. Saleh was brought up , In a difficult social and economic situation.He recived his first education in beit alahmar village. Then he joind the army while he was 12. Since his early national duties, He awas one of the six battalion in charge of protecting security in part of Sana'a city before the 26 of September Revolution in 19962. The political component of President Ali Abdullah Saleh is a mixture of rural life that maintains pure nature and…

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  • Violence Against Women Research

    Refugees (UNHCR), through its local and international implementing partners (IP), provides women and girl refugees in Yemen with health-, protection-, and food services, as well as assistance to tackle other challenges faced by urban refugees (Violence against women is neither inevitable nor acceptable). The UNHCR is also dedicated to preventing sexual and gender based violence. Many women and girls, from Africa, migrate to Yemen to escape war, persecution, and famine in their countries. These…

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  • Afghanistan War Persuasive Speech

    The outcome and the benefits can be viewed in the capital Kabul and the rest of Afghanistan, Rome, New York, Baghdad, Damascus, Sana'a, Tel Aviv, Ramallah, Paris, Turkey, Tibet and beyond. And pease do not insult our intelligence, by pointing the facts are being misstated. The world tells us to seek success, power and money; God tells us to seek humility, service and love. The Mayor and I will do everything with all the power God vested in us, to protect the countries that we love. Clear eye.…

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  • What Really Happened In Al-Qaeda?

    People say AQAP messages attract recruits by "emphasizing national struggle" , in “February 2006 twenty-three convicted terrorist escaped from high security prison in the capital of Sana'a.” (PBS) Almost half the escapes worker to resurrect Al-Qaeda from ashes. Al-Qaeda's financial requirements before the 11 September 2001 attacks amounted to 30 million U.S. Dollars. That means these terrorist groups use a perpetrate attacks of explosives surveillance materials. Al-Qaeda is decentralized…

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  • Triggering Factors: The Yemen Civil War

    Transnational groups like Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula have started playing a major role in the conflict and have also used southern resentment to gain recruits in the area (Sharp). External Elite-Level Factors External elite-level factors are categorized as “bad neighbors” by Michael Brown. This happens to be the case in Yemen. After 2015, many have seen this conflict as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Both countries are accused of trying to assert their influence within…

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  • The Woman Who Fell From The Sky

    I wanted the freedom to lie and make stuff up. Also, I had just moved in with the man who is now my husband, who was then the British ambassador to Yemen. So I went from living alone in the old city of Sana’a to living with Tim in a vast gated mansion we were not allowed to leave without bodyguards. We traveled in armored cars, had hostage negotiators in our guest bedrooms, and regularly dined with the foreign minister. It was surreal. Over our years there I heard a million fascinating stories I…

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