I don’t want the memories of my Yemen to be overshadowed by media reports.
The taxi driver I rode with one morning last August wanted to speak of nothing but his impressions of the film 10 Days Before the Wedding.
Return to your surroundings, how often shall they call to be drenched?
By Ibrahim Fadhl
Have the disasters of war taught Yemenis how to accept each other? And can Yemenis adopt a faith in equal citizenship?
Yousef Moneer writes a heartfelt piece on what it feels like to return home.
In the world of the twenty-first century there are those who imagine that they bear only one identity: a pure, eternal and unchangeable one, which faces the threat of annihilation by the ‘enemy other’.
Intellectuals are the most solid element of civil society, and the striking force that can take Yemen out of the cycle of conflicts and wars, to a path of peace, prosperity and development…