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On Exile: A Journey of Fear, Guilt and Nostalgia

What is exile? Identity? Nostalgia? Memories? Fears? Am I really in exile? What is belonging? If you are in your…

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Philosophical and Technical Shortcomings in the Yemeni Novel

Over the past seven years, Yemen has witnessed social and political revolutions – and also a literary one. According to…

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SPACES at Basement: Training Youth to Influence Social Issues

A series of debates, entitled ‘Analyze, discuss, and debate’, held by the Basement Cultural Foundation in Sana’a, continues for the…

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The End of the Stone Age in Yemen: Stone Monuments and Desert Kites | Part Five

Agriculture and pastoralism changed the lives of ancient Yemeni communities. In the fifth millennium BC, many Yemeni people moved to…

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The Suit and The Agal The Musical Career of Abu Bakr Salem

The musical career of Abu Bakr Salem Belfkih (1939 – 2017) paints an exceptional picture, not only of Yemeni and…

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Keeping Yemen Alive

I don’t want the memories of my Yemen to be overshadowed by media reports.

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When All Was Ruin Before the Wedding

The taxi driver I rode with one morning last August wanted to speak of nothing but his impressions of the…

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The cultural legacy of the Neolithic in Yemen | Part Four

A scientific research from five parts published by Al-Madaniya magazine

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Prehistoric Yemen: Shamanism and Art during the Stone Age in Yemen | Part Three

A scientific research piece to be published over the next five months in our magazine.

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The Yemeni Song: Yesterday And Today

Return to your surroundings, how often shall they call to be drenched? By Ibrahim Fadhl

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