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Life on Facebook and the Dematerialization of Death in Yemen
Culture

Life on Facebook and the Dematerialization of Death in Yemen

The Internet came to Yemen in the mid-1990s. In its early years the service was exclusive, it came at a…
Photography Against the Apathetic Eye
Creative Visuals

Photography Against the Apathetic Eye

The attempts are endless. A photographer’s attempts are the ambition to preserve the life and vitality of a moment and…
The Longing for Equal Citizenship:
Culture

The Longing for Equal Citizenship:

Equal O servants of Allah we are equal No one is born free while the other born a slave Ghazal…
Reem
Gender & Civil Society

Reem

The sun, at its peak over the dusty, barefoot boys playing on the street before lunch, felt like it was…
Ana Insan Madani with Abdulrahman Al-Ghabari
Ana Insan Madani

Ana Insan Madani with Abdulrahman Al-Ghabari

Ana Insan Madani is a recurring column in al-Madaniya Magazine where we present prominent Yemeni figures from a variety of…
Child Labor, Fear, and the Loss of a Generation in Yemen
Gender & Civil Society

Child Labor, Fear, and the Loss of a Generation in Yemen

  “Any country, any society which does not care for its children is no nation at all.” Nelson Mandela Readers are…
May 22: Exhuming Memory
Gender & Civil Society

May 22: Exhuming Memory

Many are the  moments in history that aspired to re-establish unity, some of which led to further divisions. The problem does…
Silkworm: The Thoughts of a Cleaning Man
Short Story

Silkworm: The Thoughts of a Cleaning Man

After an evening full of dust, rustling plastic bags, and other waste from passersby, I stand on the pavement leaning…
Under the Shadow of Sesbania and Qat
Gender & Civil Society

Under the Shadow of Sesbania and Qat

The difference between qat and sesbania is that sesbania spreads unsystematically and without human intervention. 
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