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County + Area code (9662) Al-Kheima Shopping Center Mena Road Opposite Saudi T.V Area Mgr Tel :6447042 Fax: 6446089 Mob: 55648958 Sales Mgr : 6447056 Adm: 6445564/6440512 Resvn. Tel. :6440515-0741-1689-1468 Stn mgr Tel: 6853459 - Fax: 6853052 , Mob: 504633427 2IÂżFH+RXUV6DW7KX  )UL 

K KHARTOUM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Sudan (Country + Area Code 00 249-183) 7RZQ2IÂżFH$OEDUORPDQ6WUHHW TEL: Area Manager: 766169 Fax 766168, Mobile: 912390706 Reservation: Tel: 766166/67 E-mail Khartoum @ Yemenia.com $LUSRUW2IÂżFH.KDUWRXP Station Manager Tel: 912163506 Khartoum@ yemenia.com

Kuala Lumpur Malaysia (Country Code: 00 603) Business Suite 19A-30-3 30th Floor, UOA Centre 19, Jalan Pinang 50450 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Airport site: <HPHQ$LUZD\V 0DOD\VLD./,$2IÂżFH

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L London ( U. K. ) Country + Area Code (44-207) *UHDW7LWFKÂżHOG6WUHHW/RQGRQ::37 Tel: 0044(0)2073233213 Fax: 0044(0)2073233132 E-mail:yemenia@yemenairways.co.uk /+5$LUSRUW2IÂżFHURRP6RXWK Corridor 7HUPLQDO+HDWKURZ$LUSRUW+RXQVORZ 0LGGOHVH[7:,(:7HO   8Fax:0044(0)2087599054

M Madrid ( Spain ) Country + Area Code (34-91) GSAUnited Tours S.A. C/San Bernardo 80-82, 28015 Madrid Tel. 914441351 Fax : 914441355 E.Mail: untours@untours.e.telefonica.net

Moroni Republic of Comoros (Country Code : 00 269) Rond point Salimamoud Boulevard MaorĂŠ Petite CoulĂŠe Area Manager Tel: 773 14 04 Mob: 00269-3332247 Email: aljabri590@gmail.com Sita:yvarriy, Reservation Tel: 773 14 01 Fax: 773 14 05 Email: yemenia@comorestelecom.km moroni@yemenia.com

Mukalla ( Yemen ) Country + Area Code (967-5) October Zone Beside Banaaemah Mosque A/Mgr Tel.: 302413 Fax: 302414 Mob: 733786099 Sales Tel.: 303444/5, 352364 $LUSRUW2IÂżFH7HO 0RE2IÂżFH+RXUV6DW 7KX)UL QEVS

Mumbai - India Yemen Airways 2IÂżFH1R$UFDGH:RUOG7UDGH&HQWUH Cuffe Parade,Mumbai..400005. Area Manager Tel:22188379 , Fax.22188301 Mobile 9820062900 E.mail:mumbai@yemenia.com Reservation: -22161649,22183333 $LUSRUWRIÂżFH Fax:66859504 Mobile:9821013306 &DUJRRIÂżFHQR)D[ 2IÂżFH+RXUV0RQ)UL Sat 093-1330

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N Nairobi ( Kenya ) Country + Area Code (254-20) GSA â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Im-aan Air. Ltd. UGĂ&#x20AC;RRU6DVLQL+RXVH/RLWD6WUHHW Tel: 2229166 / 2240891,Fax: 2246605 Area Manager Tel / Fax: 2218731, Mobile: 70877786 E-mail: nageeb.azzubairy@yemenia.com - nairobi@yemenia.com

New Delhi ( India ) Country + Area Code (91-11) GSA-Trans $UDELD7UDQVSRUW 7UDYHO3YW/WG&R'HOKL Express, P-13 Connaught Circus, New Delhi 110 001,Tel.: 3363218 / 3568 / 3188 / 3583, Fax: 3365952

New York ( U.S.A. ) Country + Area Code (1-718) GSA-Ar-ELDQKRUL]RQVWUDYHO WRXULVPFRXUW st. Brooklin z 11201,Tel:7970906 Fax: 7970915 E-mail: nyc@arabian-horizon.com <(0(1,$<(0(1$,5:$<6ÂąFRXUW street . Brooklyn , NY 11201 USA . Area Manager :Tel: 718 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 254 - 5867. Fax : 718 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 254 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5872. Mob: 347 210 2313 E-mail: newyorkstn@yemenia.com Sita : NYCZQIY â&#x20AC;&#x201C; NYCZZIY â&#x20AC;&#x201C; ELIZZIY

Nicosia ( Cyprus ) Country + Area Code (35-72) GSA - Travel

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O Oslo ( Norway ) County + Area code (47) GSA-Airline 'LUHFWRUV)ULGWLRI1DQVHQV3ODVVUGĂ&#x20AC;RRU n-0160 Oslo Tel.: 22411490 Fax: 22410311

P Paris ( France ) County + Area code (33-1)16, Avenue de Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Opera 75001 Pairs Area Manager Tel: 42566051 / 42566052 Fax: 47033597 Mobile: 67560452 3 Email:paris@yemenia.com Marketing Manager Tel: 42566058 / , Fax: 42898025 Email: marketing@yemenia-paris.com Reservation Tel: 42560600 , Fax: 42898025 Email: resaventes@yemenia-paris.com . $LUSRUW2IÂżFH7HO)D[ Station Manager Mobile: 607604344 Email: parisstn@yemenia.com. &DUJR2IÂżFH7HO Fax: 70760268 . Cargo Supervisor Mobile: 688683522 Email:c.heurteur-yemen.a@adp-telecom.net

R Ras Al Khaimah - UAE Country Area Code ( 971 7) Address: Al Nakeel Road, Sheikh Tariqal Qassimi Bldg, Ras Al Khaimah P.O. Box : 5121, Ras Al Khaima Tel: 07-2286211- Fax:06-2286200 Email: rakagncyemirates.net.ae

Riyadh ( Saudi Arabia ) Country + Area code (966- 1) Al-Ouda Building, Khazzan street P.O Box 61063 Riyadh-11565 Area Manager Tel: 4122206 Fax: 4039314 Mob: 054424493 E.mail: Riyadh@yemenia.com Reservation: 4039282, 4039248 / 4039184 Station Manager Tel: 2201998 Mob: 054109314 2IÂżFHKRXUV6DW:HG  20:00 - Thu 09:00-13:00

Rome ( Italy ) County + Area code (39-06) Via Di Porta Pinciana 6. 00186 Roma Area Manager Tel.: 42012745 / 42012749 Fax: 42012749 Mob: 3299551000 E.mail: yemenia@tisca-linet.it Cgo Cismat S.P.A for Northern Italy Address: via xx settembre,30-1612 Genoa Tel: 39010/540651 Fax: 564090 A/P Tel/Fax: 65010269 / 65953323 Stn Mgr Mob: 3299537890

S Sanaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;a ( Yemen ) County + Area code (9671) Area Manager Tel: 400544 Mob: 711710544 0ASales Manager Tel: 400546 Fax:201821 +DGGDÂľ$Âś2IÂżFH0DQDJHU Tel.:201822 / 204550 / 204538 +DGGDÂľ%Âś2IÂżFH0DQDJHU Tel.: 209578 Sales: 204616/7 Manager Agency Sales Tel.: 400541 P.T.A Section 204615, Zubeiry 2IÂżFH0DQDJHU7HO6DOHV2IÂżFH 7HO$EGXO0RJKQL2IÂżFH 0DQDJHU7HO6DOHV2IÂżFH 7HO6KRRE2IÂżFH0DQDJHU7HO 6DOHV2IÂżFH7HO Taiz Street Tel: 600902/3 Fax:600907 2IÂżFHKRXUV6DW7KX )UL  Sanaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;n International Airport Station Manager Tel.: 345831 Fax:345832, Mob: 73777747

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Seiyun ( Yemen ) County + Area code (967-5) Al-Degail Bldg, +DL$O+DPGL:DKGDWWKRI$SULO Tel.: 403565/402550 Fax: 404388 A/P Tel. 402145/402298 2IÂżFHKRXUV6DW7KX 

Sharjah - UAE Country Area Code (971 6) Orient Travel Address: Al Arooba Street, Orient Building, Sharjah,UAE. P.O. Box 772, Sharjah Tel: 06-5683838 / 06-5696025 Fax: 06-5684273 Email: yemeniagsa@orienttravels.com

Sheher ( Yemen ) &RXQW\$UHDFRGH  :LKGDW$OT\HU\D +RVSLWDOVWU0JU7HOID[6DOHV 7HO2IÂżFHKUV6DW7KX 08:00-20:00 Fri 08:30-11:30

Singapore ( Singapore ) County + Area code (65) Tourist Mobile Travel Center Pte. Ltd 20 Cecil Street Equity Plaza #05-06 Singapore 049705 Ticketing/Reservation: +65 63331966 Cargo Reservation: +65 65388590

Socotra ( Yemen ) County + Area code (9675) Tel.: 660123/124 Fax: 660311

Stockholm ( Sweden ) County + Area code (468) GSA-Yemenit Com AB Sveavägen 137 113 46 Stockholm-Sweden Tel. 46 8 444 00 00 - Fax: 46 8 444 00 50 Mobil : 46 70 740 45 40 E-mail: amari@yemenia.se :HE6LWHKWWSZZZ\HPHQLDVH

T Taipei ( Taiwan ) Country + Area Code (88-62) GSA - Overseas Travel Services Ltd. 2nd Fl No. 129 Chang Chun Road Tel. 5116188 - Fax : 5330626

Taiz ( Yemen ) County + Area code (9674) +RXG$O$VKUDI+HUZL6WUHHW Area Manager Tel/Fax 228815/233225 Mob: 711718195 6DOHV 5HVYQ Mobile 7924699 A/P 218195/6/7 2IÂżFHKRXUV6DW7KX )UL 

Tokyo ( Japan ) &RXQWU\$UHD&RGH  *6$:RUOG Transport Inc. 14-9 Ginza 1-chome Chuo-ku Tokyo 104-0061 JapanReservations 7LFNHWLQJ7HO)D[ e-mail: yemenairways@gsawti.jp Director Tel: 3562-2570,Fax: 5250-2915 Mobile: 90-1251-6269 HPDLONDQHNR#VDQNHLWRXULVWFRMS:RUNLQJ KRXUV GD\V%HWZHHQDPDQGSPGDLO\ H[FHSW6DWXUGD\6XQGD\ +ROLGD\V

V Vienna ( Austria ) Country + Area Code (43-1) GSA- Aviareps Airline Management Services Ges.m.b Argentinierstrasse 2/4 A-104 ViennaTel: 5853630-19 E-mail: sbuooz@aviareps.com


Representives and Agents A Abu Dhabi ( U.A.E. ) Country +Area code (9712) GSA-Abu Dhabi Travel Bureau Bader Tower Tel Reservation: 6338700/6342005/6344325 E-mail: \HPHQLD#HPLUDWHVQHWDH&DUJR2IÂżFH 6340524 Fax: 6214885 Area Man-ager:Tel:6323675 Fax: 6392790 Mobile: <HPHQLD$LUSRUW2IÂżFH7HO )D[2IÂżFH Hours: SAT-THU 08:00-13:00 & 16:30-19:30 E-mail: abudhabi@yemenia.com

Addis Ababa - Ethiopia (Country Code : 00 251) 7RZQ2IÂżFH5DV'HVWD'DPWHZ$YHQXH P.O. Box 1079 Tel : 11- 5515076; 11- 5526440/1; 115516079; 11- 5511809, Fax : 11- 5545196 Area Manager Mobile : 11- 9112003 addisababa@yemenia.com $LUSRUW2IÂżFH Addis Ababa Bole International Airport Tel : 1-6610830 - Fax : 1-6650488 Station Manager Mobile : 911218753 addisababastn@yemenia.com

Aden ( Yemen ) Country + Area Code (9672) Queen Arwa Road-Crater Aden Tel. Reservation: 253848/253291/252528/2 53969/255568/252456 Area Manger Tel: 240838/245263 Fax: 240834 Mob: 711710838 $LUSRUW2IÂżFH7HO 7UDIÂżF7HO0DGUDPVWUHHW Maalla: Tel: 242467/243626/245264/5

Ajman - UAE Country + Area Code ( 971 6) Al Ketbi Travel Address: Al Diwan Round-about, Aldorrah Building, Ajman. P.O. Box : 20520, Ajman Tel: 06-7446409 - Fax: 06-7446763 Email: yemketaj@emirates.net.ae

Alghaydah ( Yemen ) Country + Area Code (967-5) Tel : 612041/612144 - Fax : 612451 $UHD0JU0RE$LUSRUW2IÂżFH 7HO2IÂżFHKRXUV6$77+8 08:30-12:30 & 15:30-18:00 FRI 08:00-10:00

Amman - Jordan Amman - Jordan (Country Code : 962) 7RZQ2IÂżFH4XHHQ5DQLD6W0DODN Commercial Center Area Manager Mobil : 799542203, Sales Manager: 799093232 $UHD0DQDJHU2IÂżFH6DOHV And Reservation : 6 5652713/14/15 Fax : 6 5652711 E-mail : Amman@yemenia.com $LUSRUW2IÂżFH4XHHQ$OLD$LUSRUW 6WDWLRQ0DQDJHU2IÂżFH0RELOH 799500559 - Fax : 6 4451162 E-mail : Ammstnmgr@zain.jo

Amsterdam ( Netherlands ) Country + Area Code (31-20) GSA-Air AGENCIES APG Air Agencies +HDG2IÂżFH)ODPLQJRZHJ5RRP 1118 EE-Schiphol Amsterdam Netherlands Tel: 3161916/921- Fax: 3161999 E-mail : info@airagencies.nl or yemenia@airagencies.nl

Asmara ( Eritrea ) Country +Area code (291) Yemen Airways Harent-Liberty Ave 5HVHUYDWLRQ VDOHVRIÂżFH E-mail: yemenia@gemel.com.er arhmanarman2002@yahoo.com 2IÂżFH7HO 121035 / 120199 Fax: 00-291-1-120107

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Ataq ( Yemen )

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Country + Area Code (967-5) Tel / Fax : 202881 Sales : 203892 Mob : 733730104 2IÂżFHVKRXUV SAT-THU 08:00-12:00 & 16:00-18:30

Athens ( Greece ) County + Area code (30-1) GSA-AIR Promotion (A.P.G Hellas) 13 Omirou St. ,Athens 106 72 Greece Tel: 3603120 / 3607740 Fax: 3633121 E-mail: jplatanias@apg.gr

B Baghdad ( Iraq ) County + Area code (9641) Al-Gandol Travel & Tourism Co. Ltd Sadoon Street Tel. 7193546/7

Bangkok (Thailand ) County + Area code (662) GSA-Saba Trade Travel Co. Ltd 45/4 Sukhumvit Road, SOL 3 (Nana Nua) Klontoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 6503301-4 Fax:6503305 E-Mail: yemenia@inet.co.th

Beirut ( Lebanon ) Beirut â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Lebanon (Country + Area Code 00961-1) 7RZQ2IÂżFH$O+DPUD*HÂżQRU&HQWHU Clemenceau Street TEL: Area Manager 737637 Fax: 747704 Mobile: 00961-70752100 Reservation: Tel:01737736 E-mail: Beirut@Yemenia .Com Station Manager Mobile: 9613880599 / 96170847791

Brussels ( Belgium ) Country + Area Code (32-2) GSA - Royal Aviation 91-97 bld.Maurice lemonnoer Tel : 7882088/7882020 Fax : 2230293 Mob: 475281010 E-mail: yemenia@skynet.be

C CAIRO - Egypt (Country â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Area Code 2-02) =DPDOHN2IÂżFH 7 & 8 Sour Nadi Alzamalek â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Mohendes-sen Area Direct Manager Tel : 33461441 / 33446965 Fax 33034552 - Mobile : 012-3161675 Resvn. : 33469854 / 33466799 Arae Manager : 0090190919293 E.mail : Cairo@yemenia.com (YHUJUHHQ2IÂżFH7DODDW+DUE6WU Resvn : 25772467 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 25740711 Fax : 25772473 &DLUR$LUSRUW2IÂżFH6WDWLRQ0DQDJHU Tel /fax 22918485 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 22695356 7UDIÂżF2IÂżFH &DUJR2IÂżFH Fax : 22653677 E.mail : ameh Fawzy [Samehcargo@hotmail.com]

D DAMASCUS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Syria (Country Code : 00 963) 7RZQ2IÂżFH0D\VDORRQ6WUHHW0RKDQGHVsen Bldg Mobile : Area Manager: 933 222071 7HOHID[$UHD0DQDJHU2IÂżFH E-Mail : yemenia@aloola.sy

Dammam ( Saudi Arabia )

Dar Essalam ( Tanzania ) County + Area code (255-22) GSA-Badr East African Enterprises Ltd. 72)/%XLOGLQJ*URXQGĂ&#x20AC;RRU2+,26WUHHW B.O.Box: 10761 Tel. 2126036/7/8/9 Fax:2123072, Area Mgr Tel: 2126032 Mobile: 742762780 Email: taha.almagidi@yemenia.com Sales Manager Mobile: 0784608906, Email: gsayemenia@raha.com

Detroit ( U.S.A. ) County + Area code (1-313) GSA- Arabian Horizons Travel & Tourism 10148 Vernor ave , alameer shopping center, Dearborn Michigan 48120 Tel. 4830828 ,Fax: 8430620 E-mail: horizon-tours@y.net.ye

Dhaka ( Bangladesh ) (Country + Area Code (880-2) GSA - Bang-ladesh Aero Vision Limited Erectorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s House WKĂ&#x20AC;RRUNHPDO$WDWXUN$YHQXH%DQDQL C/A Dhaka-1213 Tel : 8857481, Fax: 8857480/8826374 Area mgr mob: 017303 7699 Stn mgr mob: 01730 40531 E.mail: info@yemeniabd.com

Djibouti Republic of Djibouti (Country + Area Code : 00 253) 7RZQ2IÂżFHUXHGH3DULV Tel reservation : 355437 Area Manager Tel : 355427 / Mob : 644218 Fax: 355439:Email: djibouti@yemenia.com $LUSRUWRIÂżFH6WDWLRQ0DQDJHU0RE 676520 Email :djiboutistn@yemenia.com

Doha - Qatar Country + Area Code (974) GSA â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Trans Orient Travel and Tourism Center Airport road. Addresses : Po.Box:363 Reservation Tel : 4458309/4458310 Area Manger Tel : 4458333/4458387 Fax: 4327245 - Mobile: 5846954 E-mail: Yemenia@qatar.net.qa, 'RKD#\\HPHQLDFRP2IÂżFH+RXUV Sat-Thu 0800-1300. 1600-1900

DUBAI - UAE Country Area Code (971 4) Al Rais Travel Address: Al Maktoum Street, Clock Tower Roundabout,Ministry of Enviorment & Water Bldg., Deira. P.O. Box 4951, Deira Dubai Tel: 04-2956797 / Fax:04-2941080 Email: yemenia2@eim.ae YEMENIA DUBAI OFFICE Country + Area code (971-4) Airport site:Terminal 1 2IÂżFH$GGUHVV$O0DNWRXP6WUHHW&ORFN Tower Roundabout, Ministry of Enviorment & Water Building, Deira P.O. Box:4951 Deira Dubai - UAE Area mgr Tel: 4-2958883 - Fax: 4-2958877 Mob:97150 5517383 Email:areamngr@eim.ae;yemenia1@eim.ae; Email Accounts: dxbhldy@yemenia1.ae 5HVHUYDWLRQ7LFNHWLQJRIÂżFH$O5DLV Travel DubaiTel: 04-2956897 - Fax: 042941080,Email:yemenia2@eim.ae $LUSRUWRIÂżFH7HUPLQDO'HSDUWXUHVLGH $LUOLQHRIÂżFHVDUHDEHKLQG)RRG&RXUW 2IÂżFHQR Tel: 04-2244309 - Fax:4-2200171

Station Manager Mob:97150 6448410 Station Mgrâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Asst: Mob:97150 6571319 Email:yemenia3@eim.ae &DUJR2IÂżFH$GGUHVV Cargo Village, Airline Import/Export Build-LQJĂ&#x20AC;RRU2IÂżFHQR Tel: 4-2832887 ,Fax: 4-2832878 Cargo Sales & Operation Manager : Mob: 97150 7259126 Email: yemenia5@eim.ae dxbcgoexp@yemeniacargo.ae; dxbcgoops@yemeniacargo.ae

F Frankfurt ( Germany ) County + Area code (4969) Rossmarkt 5, 60311 Frankfurt Tel. 288272/3 Fax: 287655 Area Manager - Tel. 288274 Mob: 1726727616 E-Mail : yemen-aiways@t-online.de A/P pob 25 /building: 150/room2574 60549 terminal 2 Tel:69028711-69539650 Fax:69539711

Fujairah ( U.A.E. ) County + Area code (9719) GSAFujairah National Air Travel Agency Tel. 2222316/2222524 Fax: 2222555

G Guangzhou (China) County + Area code (86-20) Yemen Airways Guangzhou Representa-WLYH2IÂżFH Add: M02, Garden Hotel, 368 Huanshi Dong Road, Guangzhou, China Tell:8620-83815959, Fax:8620-83814707 Mobile:86-13802772274,Reservation Line:8620-83817111 E-mail:abdulla.kassim@yemenia.com

H Hodeidah ( Yemen ) County + Area code (9673) Area Manager Tel. 201470 Fax:201471 Mobile: 7117120949 - Reservation Tel. 201473/420 - A/P Station Manager Tel. 231797/231254 - Mobile : 711710108 2IÂżFHKRXUV6$77+8

I Ibb ( Yemen ) Country + Area Code (967-4) Taiz St . Area Mgr Mob : 711710147 Telefax : 412349 Sales :412350/400818 2IÂżFHKRXUV6DW7KX  20:00, Fri 09:30-11:30 & 17:00-19:00

Istanbul ( Turkey ) Country + Area Code (90-212) GSA - Fatih Turizm cumhuriyet cad. 317/2-3 -34367 harbiye Tel: 233 3624 - Fax: 2320850 / 232 4777 - Mob : 532 211 72 98 E-Mial: fatihtur85@superonline.com

J JAKARTA Indonesia (Country + Area Code : 00 62-21) 7RZQ2IÂżFH:LUDXVDKD%XLOGLQJÂąWK Floor, Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav C-5 Jakarta 12940, 2IÂżFH7HO KXQWLQJ

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project in order to provide job opportunities for young people. (ǝſƺŵǜžƾƓ is used all the time in media Arabic, meaning in order to…, it’s purpose is to… , during which…) 3. ƾȼƓ is the combination of two words: Ȳ ǀƸźƾƶŽȚƾžȶǀƭŮȚǍŽȚ and is only used with ǽǞŽȆǞŽ ƞžȥƾűǍƸŹȪǍŵƾƵŴȚ in a conditional sentence as a pair. The basic construction goes like this: Ȳ …ǞŽ /Ȳȼ …ǽǞŽ, and ƾž is added only if the second half of the conditional sentence is negative.

ǀŸȤǎŽȚǁƍƾȼƓǍƭƓȚǽǞŽ If there was no rain, the plant would not have survived. ȼ ǀŸȤǎŽȚǁƱűƾȼƓǍƭƓȚȲǎſǞŽ If there was rain, the plant would not have dried up. ȼ ǀŸȤǎŽȚǁdžƱƐǍƭƓȚǽǞŽ Or we can say the same sentence without ƾž: If there was no rain, the plant would have dried up. I have never seen ƾȼƓȼ used without “ǽǞŽȆǞŽ”, so if you’ve seen otherwise please let me know. If you understood the rest of the sentence, you would know which meaning to apply. But in situations where you don’t understand the rest of the sentence and you are forced to guess blindly (e.g. in an exam), then go by these rules: – The most common meanings of NjƯƁǛŽ are “no longer” and “didn’t consider or wasn’t considered”. Try the two and see which one fits better. – NjƲź is easy to tell. Just look at what’s coming after it. If it’s a verb, NjƲź means “therefore, already,” if it’s a noun, NjƲź mean “lost, missed” – When ƾƓ is used at the beginning of a sentence it usually means “when”, and when it’s used in the middle of a sentence it means “for that, in order to, with the purpose of” , and when it’s used in a conditional sentence with “ƾƓ .…ǽǞŽ” it means didn’t / wouldn’t have couldn’t have.


learning Arabic. I visited Yemen the first time as a tourist and fell in love with the old city of Sana’a. I came back a couple of years later for an extended stay, and realized pretty quickly that if I really wanted to understand the people and their culture, I had to speak Arabic. Words and sentences can you Benefit of them Take for example a highly ambiguous imperfect form such as “NjƯƁǛŽ”, which could be read in a number of different ways depending on the context. Or readings of “NjƲŻ” as /fa-qad/ vs /faqada/, readings of “ƾƓ” as /lam/ vs /lamm/ vs /lim/ etc. Here is my attempt to answer them based on what I know. NjƯƁǛŽ This phrase can be derived from several verbs: 1. Njɀ ƯȽ ȼ Ɓ ǛŽ from the verb ȜȢǞŸ –ȢǞƯƁ –ȢƾŸ , the ȶ is dropped in the ȳǎű case because of ǛŽ , meaning “he can/is no longer” and it is followed by a verb or an indefinite noun. ǝƉƱſǙŽƾƵƄƁNjƯȽ ȼ ƁǛƴźƿƬŹ He was so angry that he could no longer control himself. ǀƸŮǍƯŽȚǀưƴŽȚȦȤNjƁNjƯȽ ȼ ƁǛŽ He no longer studies Arabic. ȹ ƾűȶǎƄžNjƯƁǛŽ He is no longer married. Ƚ 2. Njdž ƯȽ ȼ Ɓ ǛŽ from the verb Njȿ Ÿȼ –NjLJ ƯƁ Ƚ –NjŸ ȿ meaning “he didn’t count, consider” It is often used in its passive form:Njdž Ưȼ Ƚ Ɓ ǛŽ ǀȹ ƲƁNjǧƾƀNjdž ƯȽ ȼ ƁǛŽ He didn’t consider her a friend. (active) ȹ ƾƵƷžȹƾƫƈŵNjdž Ưȼ Ƚ ƁǛŽ He was not considered an important person. (passive) ȦǞƴƱŽȚNjdž ƯȽ ȼ ƁǛŽ He didn’t count the money. țǍƑȚǟŽȘǝŽǞųȢǚƃŻǝŽƾűȤNjdž ƯƁǛŽ He didn’t count Ƚ his men before entering the war. ( he didn’t assess his manpower properly.) 3. NjƯȾ Ƚ Ɓ ǛŽ from the verb ȜȢƾŸȘ –NjƸƯƁ –ȢƾŸȖ the ȸ is dropped in the ȳǎű case because of ǛŽ, meaning “ he didn’t redo something”, and it is almost always followed by a ȤNjƫž or a noun ȲǞƲŽȚȆȝƾƁǍżnjŽȚ ǝŽǞŻNjƯȾ Ƚ ƁǛŽ He didn’t repeat his speech. ǝƄƸŮȔƾƶŮNjƯȾ Ƚ ƁǛŽ He didn’t rebuild his house. țƾƄƳŽȚǕƃŶǍƪƶŽȚȤȚȢNjƯȾ ȽůǛŽ The print house didn’t reprint the book. 4. ȮȮȮŮ …NjƯȾ ȼ Ɓ ǛŽ from the verb NjƯȾ Ɓ –NjŸȼ ȼȶ NjŸȶ – and is almost always followed by proposition ȮȮŮ ,meaning “he didn’t promise” ƾƶƯžȟȶǍƒƾŮNjƯȾ ȼ ƁǛŽ He didn’t promise to go out with us.

5. džNjƯȾ Ƚ Ɓ ǛŽ from the verb ȢȚNjŸȘ –Njȿ ƯȾ Ƚ Ɓ –NjŸȖ ȿ , meaning “he didn’t prepare” ȦȤNjŽȚNjdž ƯȾ Ƚ ƁǛŽ He didn’t prepare the lesson. NjƲź /NjƲȮȮȮȮź This one is easy. NjƲź is a verb or masdar means “to lose or miss something” and it is ALWAYS followed by a noun. Njɀ ƲȮȮȮź means therefore , thus, already, and is ALWAYS followed by a verb. Can you guess which is

which in the following examples: ʇȚȵǍƫſNjƲźȵȶǍƫƶůǽȘ If you (plural) do not help him, Allah already helped him. (It’s a very famous verse from the Quran. Here =ǽȘ ǽ +ȴȘ , and him is Muhammad, the Prophet) ǝƸŸȶNjƲź ȵǍƱŴȥȚǞűNjƲźƾžNjƶŸǀŶǍƪŽȚǖƴŮȖNjƲź ƾȼƓȾ /ƾȼƓ /ƾdžƓ 1. ƾžNjƶŸ =ƾdžƓ means “when, while”, and

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the closest to MSA with very little foreign influence. True or not, it certainly is one of the hardest to understand. Bedu, real or actors, tend to talk really fast and string words together. This video is a short clip taken from the beginning of Finjan Addam (a Cup of Blood.) I transcribed the dialogue and translated it into MSA and English in order to give you a flavor of a very different dialect. If you already know MSA or another dialect, listen once before you read the transcript and see how much you can understand. If you are a beginner or are thinking about learning Arabic, I certainly don’t recommend that you start with Bedouin dialect. Bedu are such endangered species these days, you won’t be able to find

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anyone to practice with. Recently I was asked the following questions from Louis on how-to-learn-alanguage.com. Before I answer them, I would like to point out that while I speak Arabic at a near-native level, I do not have a degree in Arabic, nor have I studied linguistics. Any advice you read here is solely based on my personal experience and observing hundreds of Arabic students over the past four years. Hello there, I have read the entries on your website and your posts here with enthusiasm. I too am an Arabic learner and the information you contribute is invaluable to me. I do have a somewhat personal question or two, though. Hopefully you

don’t mind ! a) How do I improve my Arabic reading speed? Although I am only two weeks into studying, I am in an Arabic class for 6 hours every day. I have built up a vocabulary of about 50 words and can obviously read and write the alphabet too. My problem is not recognizing words quick enough. Is it really as simple as “read more” or “expose yourself to more Arabic”? I’ve begun to label household items with Arabic note cards, much to my family’s dismay. “Get that chicken scratch off my drawer,” I can recall my mother saying. Actually I did something similar, just not labeling household items. I bought a dry erase board, and wrote new words on it everyday and erased known ones. If I kept forgetting a word, I’d write it in really big red letters. Some students used easel pad paper and posted them all over the wall. Besides the standard advice of “read more”, I’d like to add three points : As a beginner, you should concentrate more on listening than reading. It’s more important to be able to recognize a word hearing it than reading it. Try to read each word as a picture, not letter by letter. When you read word “book” in English, you recognize it in one glance, you don’t actually read b—o—o—k. Same goes with Arabic, try to memorize words in their entirety and only read letter by letter when you run into new words. If you have spare time left after your 6-hour class and homework, you may want to try Quran recitation (tajweed) which is quite helpful to improve your pronunciation and letter-recognition. You don’t need to understand the Quran to benefit from it. Open this site http://www.mosshaf.com/ web/ and just follow along. The recitation is very slow and clear, and the text is highlighted in sync with the audio so you don’t lose your place. b) How did you get to YEMEN, of all places? Well, not physically how – why did you choose to go to Yemen? Most foreign students in Yemen came in order to study Arabic, they could’ve gone to Syria or Egypt and it wouldn’t have made any difference. For me it was the opposite. I liked Yemen so much that I ended up


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Different dialects, I learned in yemen Bedouin, Bedu, dialect, language learning, learn, study Arabic, transcript, tribes | Leave a response My first exposure to Bedouin dialect was when I stayed with a Bedouin family in the Empty Quarter near the Yemeni-SaudiOmani border. A Bedu Family living at the edge of the Empty Quarter At the time I had lived in Sana’a for about ten months, but my MSA was still shaky and I had no exposure to other dialects besides Sana’ani and its variants spoken in the northern and western highlands of Yemen. Needless to say I didn’t understand much the first couple of days, but as soon as I figured out that they pronounce jeem as ya, things got better. Through long sitting sessions over bitter coffee, I learned some words and expressions, but was far from being able to understand any conversation not spoken directly at me. The

family members were illiterate and had no exposure to mass media, so my attempt to communicate with them using either MSA or Sanani dialect, the only dialect I knew at the time, was hit-and-miss. In the subsequent years I went back to the same area two more times and noticed that I was able to understand more and more until I could have daily conversations without any problems. Ramadan is the time when every Arabic TV channel debuts multiple TV series in every dialect available out there: Syrian, Egyptian, Saudi, Kuwaiti, Emarati, Bedouin, Moroccan, Yemeni, and even Classical Arabic. Most were produced with low budget stretched to fill the 30-episode time slot, but a few were gems. During Ramadan last year, I followed an excellent Kuwaiti show called “Mother of the Daughters”, a history show about early Muslims in Classical Arabic called “Kept His Promise”, and a Bedouin show called “A Cup of

Blood”. If you know me, you know I love desert, camels, and nomads. A Bedouin show has just the right elements to get me hooked. Unfortunately, I was not able to follow the show during Ramadan because of frequent power cuts, and I’ve been wanting to know the rest of the story. I was told that unlike other Bedouin series, this one was based on actual events that took place in the Al Noofuth desert in Saudi Arabia at the beginning of the nineteenth century. The other day I stumbled upon a DVD set that has all 30 episodes at a random music store. I bought it right away; now I’m watching one or two episodes a day, and will finish the whole series in a month or so. The actors and actresses are Saudis, Jordanians, and Syrians. I don’t think any of them, except the extras, are actual Bedu, but in the show they all spoke Bedouin dialect, a close relative of Hijaz and Gulf Arabic. There are claims that Bedouin dialect is

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complex of handicrafts such as woodworks, polyester industry, ceramics and leather handicrafts. The important landmarks in Seiyun is the market where many handicrafts and traditional industries exist. The grave of Almohajir Ahmad Bin Issa is a tourist landmark, for being distinguished with architectural pattern as a tomb is located in a high place of the mountain and the style of the mosque building located at the foot of the mountain. The paved road linking between the tomb and the mosque in its zigzag form and the white paint raises the features of the tomb and the mosque. The tomb dates back to the 10th century and is located 10km east of seiyun city. Tareem City: One of the well known historic ancient Hadramout valley cities till date. It is Located 35 km. North South of Seiyun city, linked with asphalted roads. It was the capital of Kinda kings as mentioned in the ancient Yemeni sculptures During the Islamic era it became the center for science and culture, still it is known as Ribat “Tareem Ribat” performing it’s scientific and religious functions. Tareem city is full of Yemeni architectural and art treasures represented by its mosques as well as the wonderful palaces fenced by palm trees. One of its important cites is Al- Mehdar Mosque and Minaret which was established on 1915 A.C. Its height is 125 feet. Also, the ancient castles near the city lake “Al Najeer” castle, 6 Km east of Treem, and “Al Orr” castle near Al- Soum village about 15 Km east of Tareem. The second largest library in Yemen exist in Tareem, which contains more than five thousand manuscripts. capital of the valley since the 15th century and it has been mentioned in the ancient inscribed references. The classical historians noted that it was a great city, and residence for Hadramout, Himiar and Kinda. Land marks such as Sultan Palace (Al Katheir sultan palace) consisting of five floors including ten rooms and utilities. It has been transformed to a museum of antiquities and customs. (1) traditions and handicrafts. (2) Al- Ghalas castle. The

Einat: A beautiful village located 8 Km east of Tareem, dates back to the 16th century. It has a certain style of domes and religious tombs. There are seven domes well known in Einat, it comprises number of houses with admirable architecture. The Tomb of Prophet Hud “ Peace be upon him” Hadramout is a land of Prophets “peace be upon them”. It is a holy land, since it

comprises a number of Prophets tombs; such as the tomb of Prophet Saleh and Hanthalah bin Safwan “the Prophet of Ashab Alruss” and the tomb of Prophet Hud which is the most important one. The tomb of prophet Hud is located 90Km east of Tareem city. It is on a hill above sea level with a dome dates back to 1673 and called Al-Naqa. It is linked with the village by a zigzag road paved by stone and painted with white color which adds beauty to the architectural style. The tomb of prophet Hud is an important tourist destination since pre-Islam era. A weekly market is held every year as of the 6th day of Sha’ aban. Shibam Hudramout city Shibam is one of the most important cities in Hadramout valley. It dates back to the third century B.C. Located at the middle of Hadramout valley on a hill 30m high above the valley level, and is 19 km from Seiyun on the paved road leading to Mukalla. Shibam city has been mentioned in the inscribed references. The houses form a firmly built castle, which rises to 8 floors, built of clay “bricks” and it had been known in several names: Al-Safra, Alia, Al-Dumna, Hudramout city, Al-Souq, because it was before known as one of the Arab markets in the Arabian peninsula. Many European travelers visited Shibam city and called it the desert Maanhatten “and Skyscrapers City”. Shibam is considered as one of the most beautiful historic Yemeni cities after Old Sana’ a. It is considered one of the world human heritage cities, UNESCO announced an international campaign to protect it in 1984. The land marks are the wall, Haron Al Rashid mosque and the city at present constructed before more than five hundred years. It is considered an architectural rarity which could not be repeated. Therefore it is worth to be one of the world’s wonders with respect to locations and as a gem in the middle of Hundramout valley, on a high hill, which resembles to the observer as a castle in a deep rooted glory of a valley which still possess properties which makes it as one of the important tourist, architectural and historic destinations in Yemen.

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Shanna coast: 120km east of Mukalla, considered one of the beautiful coasts in Yemen and distinguished with multiplication of turtles during the season of propagation. Hadramout valley: A 322 km paved road links Mukallah city with Hadramout valley and the cities as well as the villages spreading on its banks to seiyun city, the capital of the valley. Hadramout valley is considered one of the longest in the Arab

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peninsula, 160km long extends to Thamoud, then the valley water pour in Sehout through Masila valley 12 km wide in some areas and 700 m in other areas. It is highly fertile for cultivation of palm trees various types of legumes, tobacco and Hinna. It is the largest dates producing area, Bananas, papyas are also planted. Besides lemon and coconuts and other commodities. Hadramout valley is considered one of the highest valleys in the technology related

to water courses drainage, as ducts water drainage is made within hours, which is unusual in many large valleys in Yemen where water courses continue running for long time. Seiyun city: Located 322km from Mukalla is the largest city in Hadramout valley. The houses are surrounded by green carpet of large gardens and palm trees. It is the administrative


cities and sites on the coastal strip, Islands and on the banks of the fertile Hadramout valley such as: Mukalla City: It is the capital, the largest and most important city on the coastal strip located at the Arab sea coast, Mukalla mountain embraces the city and provides it with natural protection from behind, this advantage was useful in past period. Mukalla was also known as khisa or Bandar Ya’qoub. The general feature of this city as other coastal cities in general, is distinguished and all its features are still existing and were not demolished or deformed. It is also one of the Yemen commercial ports, comprising of one of the most famous fishing centers, and a well known commercial market, fish industry and the main important features are the sultan palace (Ma’en palace) built by Omar bin Awad Al-Qu’aity. The museum occupies part of it. Al-Ghuweizy Castle which receives the visitor at the entrance of Mukalla city, is also an important feature of the city and from there to public markets and Khalaf beautiful coasts. Ghael Bawazir: Located 35 km east of Mukalla, a fertile cultivated area. Water runs through this area, cultivated with palm trees, Hinna, coconut, in addition to tobacco, “Ghael tobacco” which is considered the best quality. Al- Ghael tourist rest house was in the past a rest house for Sultan Al-Qu’eity also exist in this area. Al Houmah Hot Spring & SPA : Located near Ghael Bawazir, it supplies Al-Ghael farms with irrigated system water, a deep hole in rocky land containing a water spring 12 m deep and 30 m diameter. It is a natural hole formed according to the narration as a result of a falling star in the area. Two channels engraved, the first channel about 5km long, the second 2km. Excavation of the two channels in such rocky land is a great human effort. Al- Shehr city: Known with other names “Samoun” and “Al Souq”, located 62km east of Mukalla. It is an ancient city, and a commercial center for exporting dates. The place is well known for the textile industry of some

traditional dresses, jewelry, boat building, dyeing. Al-Shehr was one of the Arabs known markets in the area Al-Shehr is divided today with the old part and the new part. The old part of the city is built of bricks, distinguished with a certain architecture and it has two gates, one called (Bab Al Khour) and the other (Bab Al’eidrous). The ancient land marks are the castles and the old wall. In the new part especially in the new quarters, stone is used as a building material in its houses and it is very beautiful due to the white color of the stones.

Hot Springs & SPAs : The coast of Hadramout is known with many hot SPAs and springs in many areas, properties differ from place to place. People come from remote and close areas seeking cure from diseases as dermatitis, rheumatism, digestive system diseases, fatness, diabetes. Some springs are strong and used for cultivation, such as, Suwaibir, 47 km from Shehr and close from Suwaibir. Tobalah: The most ample and largest in population. It is 10km from Shehr. Al- Hami Spring : 17 km from Al-Shakhar city.

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Hadramout governorate comprises different topography distributed between coastal plains containing beautiful shores on the Arab Sea, mountains and hills of heights reaching 2000 m above sea level, large areas of Al-Ruba Al-khali desert, with many valleys, the largest Hadramout valley which is fed by many branch valleys, it is the longest valley and most fertile in the Arabian peninsula since it is 160 km long and pours in Sihout on the Arab sea at AlMohra governorate. Hot tropical climate in Hadramout, temperature reaches 40°C in summer in the interior areas, where continental dry climate prevails, temperature reaches 36°C in the coastal areas, due to seasonal winds saturated with moisture, the temperature in winter tends to be moderate in the coastal areas, 2024°C and 17-20°C in the interior areas.

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Hadramout governorate had been presented in the classic books as the land of (Ahqaf), the historians reported that Amir Bin Qahtan was the first to land in Ahqaf after “A’ad”. The area was then named accordingly. Hadramout has a deep - rooted past and history distinguished with continuity through the different historic phases until present. The archeological researches made in Hadramout valley indicate that south peninsula witnessed human activity in the first stone ages, Hadramout witnessed boom of one of the old Yemen kingdoms, Hadramout kingdom which flourished at the start of the first millennium B. C. Many ancient cities had flourished there, and the goddess temples “The Moon” spread out and witnessed development in arts, architecture, and development in

irrigation systems, dams, political systems, legislation, laws and reached a high level of progress in such aspects. Hadramout is considered as one of the main roots of Yemen civilization rich with deep rooted historic antiquities, architecture in particular, represented by the embracing oldest and highest buildings which are still standing. The remains indicate the monumental ruins of cities, temples and Prophets graves (Hud, Saleh) peace be upon them. There also exist the remains of the ancient Yemen kingdoms spreading all over Hadramout and which is a living witness of the existence of genius Yemeni human beings. Hadramout takes its deep rootedness from the past, and still look to future as an important governorate, including archeological, historic, tourist and economic


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they are one year old, but in a number of villages girls wear it until they get married. It’s greatly believed that it’s shameful that a girl shows her hair before she is married. Hence, she must not show her hair to her father, brothers, male members of her family and, interestingly, women. The reason for not showing it to women is not because it’s shameful, but because the girl wants to surprise all the women with her hair in her wedding party when she gets married.

Nevertheless, newly born girls might wear it temporarily until they are one year old and then take it off. Later on, they might wear it again when they are 10 as they are approaching marriage age to make it a sign of being single. On the other hand, for infants, it could be an indicator of how much caring they family is. The more distinguished the Qarqush is, the more caring the family is towards their infants. Moreover, for many families,

it’s a way to assure tradition and exclusive Yemeni cultural feature. Whether infants or brides wear it, Qarqush forms a significant cultural face of Yemen. Many Yemenis associate their childhood with their Qarqushes, since it’s rare to find today. Nowadays, brides put it gracefully with pride, assuring their affiliation with traditions. It’s agreed among Yemenis how important it is, making it one of the main old cultural traditions.

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Many Yemenis associate their childhood with their Qarqushes, since it’s rare to find today. Nowadays, brides put it gracefully with pride, assuring their affiliation with traditions.

very important for most of Yemeni parents, making sure that their children wear it. Its Origin It is hard to trace back to its original source; when exactly it was initiated and who exactly wore it first. Some historians believe it originated from the Ottomans era. In 1516, the Mamluks of Egypt occupied Yemen; but in the following year, the Mamluk governor surrendered to the Ottomans, and Turkish armies consequently overran the country. From

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then until the 19th century, the Ottomans retained control only of isolated coastal areas, while the highlands generally were ruled by the Zaidi Imams. Yemen got very much tainted with a number of cultural and traditional aspects by the Ottomans. Ottoman suzerainty was reestablished in northern Yemen in the late 19th century but its control was largely confined to cities, and the Zaidi Imam’s rule over Upper Yemen was formally recognized. Turkish forces withdrew in 1918, and

Imam Yahya Muhammad strengthened his control over northern Yemen creating the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen. During all these years, Yemen, especially the northern part, is believed to have inherited a great amount of traditional flavor from the Ottomans. Types of Qarqush Usually, there are two main different types of Qarqush. One is for boys and the other is for girls. Fascinatingly, boys’ type has a more sparkling look than the girls’ type. Hence, anyone could easily differentiate between young infants whether they are boys or girls. Some types of infants’ Qarqush have black beans inside them as a tool of protection from envy. Occasionally, Quranic verses or divine words are written on Qarqushes. It has been believed that same would protect the infants from devil and envy. Additionally, there is one type for brides. It’s an important type that has gold or silver accessories that’s intended as a symbol of adornment. Today, girls have brought Qarqush into a modern world where they mixed tradition with modernity. That’s to mean, they put modern jewelry in the traditional Qarqush. Brides can chose to wear Qarqush or not in their wedding parties. However, it’s been part of many girls’ wedding and parties’ costumes, embellished with gold jewelry. Till today, some girls wear this type. Qarqush’s traditional impact It’s been always a very common tradition in most of Yemeni villages. However, it’s becoming rare to find, nowadays, in Yemen’s big cities. Traditionally, boys and girls wear it until


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,:KJNLA Qarqush, who does really know about it? How many publications did write about it? It’s clear that it’s been neglected even though it’s an essential tradition for many Yemenis.. By Afrah Nasser

Qarqush is a cultural traditional aspect of Yemen that little has been said about. It’s untold story of how Yemeni families used it as a sign of their sense of care and fondness to their infants. In addition, it’s an indication of Yemenis’ sense of art. Simply, Yemen is a rich country, with diverse traditional heritage and one of its traditions is Qarqush that has an importance among its people. Qarqush Qarqush is an old traditional hat worn

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by infants and brides. It’s a long time traditional costume for many Yemeni children and brides. It’s a colorful piece made of fabric or wool, along with glittery, colorful and golden strings. Infants wear it in their heads once they are born till they reach certain age. It aims to protect the child once he is born from feeling cold or from evil approaches. Normally, it’s hand made by mothers or other women. Mothers usually buy them during their Qat chewing sessions

when other women sell them. In addition, Qarqush could be bought in local markets in villages and is given as gifts between women to newly mothers. Though, nowadays it is hard to find it in the regular markets. If found now, it definitely would have been transformed into a modern one that has lost the old traditional look. Essentially, Qarqush is no longer worn in Yemen today but it could be found in several villages and rarely in wedding parties for women. In actual fact, this hat has been


   



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A visitor go to them singing with ecstasy of love, mumbling from the song of Ayub when at the sunrise, and from Almurshidy’s song at the sunset. that feeling makes us homesick to our isolated villages, where our moms therein are feeding cattle, and weaving from life’s aspect new clothes for our patience and stamina. From Almahweet, the capital of fogs, and haze, to Saber, the pride and loftiness, then Tehama, the goodness, forgiveness. From Shabwah, the history, to Safaan, the exaltation and highness, to everywhere in our massive lovely homeland. We stimulate the memory, and recall village days,

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remembering grains and valley, farmer’s heart, young shepherd girls and pastoral. Before we arrive to these lofty towers and legendry buildings of the villages that are scattered downward in the versant of mountains. Where melodious coos come in a streamlined rhythms, synchronize with the uplifting smokes from traditional kitchens. From the arable land, that are laying on the plains, hills and rich valleys, saturated with waterfall, well and rainfall. This natural scene turn into a real prolific factory that cultivate

seeds and crop grains, wheat and millet. How typical our villages are! It deserve from us care, protect and present them as they are innate. A visitor go to them singing with ecstasy of love, mumbling from the song of Ayub when at the sunrise, and from Almurshidy’s song at the sunset. He goes with joy to a virgin earth that knew no flirtation, never been flattered, never felt the passion nor homesick but through that hearts throbbing with real love to the motherland.


are so clung to those villages, and why we are passionate, What does he know about the beauty of our villages which are erected on the bottom of deserts, and on the wild landmass, where our ancestors’ corpses are buried, and where our first seed was porn. What does anyone knows what does “village” mean to us? and how does it’s ambience impact on our souls?.

What does anyone knows about that rainbow colored villages, and what he has got to tell strangers about these villages, and their traditions, customs, buildings architecture, fashion style, old souqe and lifestyle. These are the villages that whenever the nostalgic wings fly us there, we find them laying down on the utmost limit of memory and sensation. In the mountains of Mnakhah,

Hajah, Amran, Maswar, Almahweet, Attawelah, Saber, Bada’an, Ayban and Noqoom or etc…top over there, our houses are located, inhabited with marvels, resided with their happiness, sadness, and humble dreams without affectation and falseness. These villages are where we feel so proud when they are bright on the horizon. The place where we obtain the flavor of our life, our simplicity, our tradition, our power, and our authentic glory. On the caves, pasture or plain are some reminiscence secret kept from our childhood, that strengthen our relevance to the venue, trees, rock and people. Where the purity and integrity speak in the behalf of inhabitants; and where generosity, magnanimity and bravery still have relish, color and taste just like a hot bread, and where contemporary life and temptations cannot spoil the innate soul whatever the luxurious seductions are. These villages are settled among our heart with tranquility, peace, and safety. Children are being breastfed good deeds, love, peace, forgiveness, and fraternity, along with milk, and they do not allow such crime, disaster or accident news that circulated by media to occupy their minds, and not allow them to feed such deadly though or misleading heresy to permeate through any gaps to our hearts. Therein, on our far villages, in every corner, our memories still keep some innocent moment from childhood, when we used to play, doing some childish stuff, and woke up marveling to the ever new changes that occur around us, even it seem not much on the eye’s of others. On our lofty villages, where we still hear the echo of cocks cooing, that our minds are preoccupied with catchy tone, as they penetrate the silence and tear the darkness veil, exploding a new dawn to raise, that goes and never come back. With our fingers we draw the bottom lines of our dreams and hopes, and they bloom with roses and simultaneously, our perceive grow older with the world around us. There, before stream water flows, we were growing, and ran to where our feet taking us, to the bustle and noisy city, we go with it, but we feel strange, gloomy, and expatriate;

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On plains, summit of mountains, above a hazardous cliffs and deadly inclination laying our villages, the villages that remained unchangeable intact over decades and throughout centuries. The villages that chronologically pass from an ancient past, and they never be impact to any whatsoever factors; they remained coherent, rough, and authentic.

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Nevertheless, they still have the same historical stature in which the successive civilizations crowned on the passage of time to be the cradle of the gone worlds, and the queen of all comings. These villages have ever hugged us tightly with passion, overwhelmed our souls with a kind of love whenever we feel homesick and almost lost in this new modern era, in which

contamination is all that we breathe. I always wonder, what does a stranger know about our far away villages? The villages that are scattered on the versant of mountainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s summits, on the top of hill and plains there, where memory dwells. The place where life has a relish, color and scent, where it tastes just like a hot breads? I wonder, what does he know about why we


Far away, challengeable distance, exhaustible, monotonous, creepy, but funny at the same time. This is how it is the journey to our secret. A secret that not literally exotic but is excited, has nothing humorous to tell, but has a spellbound tale. It might not be that far, but demands a tiredness remote pass to get in there; it could be closer, merely half or quarter an hour driving, instead it may take sometime. By Najeeb Al-Najjar

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the legal and economic implications of globalization, free trade and open skies, you may have come to a conclusion that the time of National carriers has gone. One might assume that their existence contradicts with the principles of globalization and open market dynamics where foreign capital and multinational trans-continental investments control national economies and their growth patterns. If that is true in any industry, it is indeed not true when it comes to the air transportation industry, especially in this region. In fact, protective alliances in the Arab region have come to an end, whether it was to buy fuel, or to negotiate with other countries or alliances. A regional initiative such as Arabesk is not functional any more, and mutual coordination between Arab carriers is no longer important.

forty years. Qatar; the small state with a population of less than 2 million is due to open a new landmark airport this year. The new Doha International Airport was designed to handle over 50 million passengers a year. 0\ GHDU IULHQG $NEDU $O %DNHU &(2 of Qatar Airways has made a valid statement in his keynote speech in the Doha Aviation Summit 2010. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The genie is out of the bottle. No one can contain our global expansion,â&#x20AC;? he said describing the ambitious plans of several Arab carriers. In addition, Al %DNHU VDLG Âł(DFK FRXQWU\ KDV LWV RZQ national aspirations that cannot be achieved and implemented without a National carrierâ&#x20AC;?.

whole world and blesses our beloved KRPHODQG DQG RXU IHOORZ <HPHQLV :H KRSH WKH 1HZ <HDU ZLOO ZLWQHVV D VXVWDLQDEOH JURZWK RI WKH <HPHQL economy and an increased tourism WUDIÂżF :HÂśUH ORRNLQJ IRUZDUG WR DQ excellent year in terms of both local and IRUHLJQSDVVHQJHUWUDIÂżFWKURXJKYDULRXV <HPHQL DLUSRUWV DQG LQ SDUWLFXODU WKH new Sanaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;a International Airport due to be accomplished soon. The new airport will have a positive impact in improving the services we offer to our passengers DQG FRQVROLGDWLQJ <HPHQ $LUZD\VÂś competitive edge against other carriers in the region.

Dear traveler: To cater the enhancing trade between 7KLV LV YHU\ VLJQLÂżFDQW EHFDXVH LW <HPHQ DQG &KLQD DQG WKH JURZLQJ GHÂżQHVWKHQHZDUHQDIRUIXWXUHDYLDWLRQ GHPDQG IURP <HPHQLV DEURDG LQ .HQ\D competition. It is transforming from being and Tanzania as well as local travelers, a competition between Arab and foreign <HPHQ $LUZD\V LQWURGXFHG WKUHH QHZ carriers depending on national power to stations during 2010 in Guangzhou, dominate aviation markets- to become 1DLUREL DQG 'DU (VVDODP UHVSHFWLYHO\ The reason is very simple. National a political and economic competition God Willing, 2011 will also witness carriers that were behind these strategies between the countries themselves to get further lines and opening of new stations are no longer small companies looking their share of regional and global power in other parts of the world based on to strengthen their positions through through their National carriers. WKH WUDGH H[FKDQJHV DQG WRXULVP WUDIÂżF such alliances. On the contrary, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re It is, therefore, clear that it is no longer EHWZHHQ<HPHQDQGWKHVHUHJLRQV<HPHQ now operating under unprecedented acceptable to consider open skies $LUZD\V LV DOZD\V FRPPLWWHG WR Ă&#x20AC;\ \RX economic growth and rocketing travel and privatization of National carriers happily wherever and whenever you aviation markets. without carefully prioritizing the national wish. Our staff and crew are always at 3DVVHQJHUWUDIÂżFWKURXJK8$(DLUSRUWV LQWHUHVWVÂżUVW your service. for example, exceeded 60 million Wishing you a pleasant time onboard passengers last year alone. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more We travel together <HPHQLD than the total number of passenger :HÂśGOLNHWRZLVK\RXD+DSS\1HZ<HDU WUDIÂżF WKURXJK DOO RI <HPHQ DLUSRUWV LQ that brings mercy and blessings to the Happy New year. 9


Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been ten years since the turn of the new millennium; a decade that has been the most thrilling for the public, the media and air travelers across the world. This past decade has also been the most altering and moving in the history of commercial aviation. The debut of economy (low cost) aviation combined with wide spread open skies legislations left its clear mark on the dawn of the new millennium. The situation was made more challenging with the rocketing fuel prices, in the second half of the decade, followed by the global credit crisis. Many airlines were forced out of competition, while others opted for compulsory mergers to avoid bankruptcy. Still, one market went completely the other way; the Arabian Gulf aviation industry. During the 43rd general assembly of the Arab Air Transport Association, (Cairo, Oct 2010) Abdul Wahab Tuffaha, the Secretary General, was all smiles while presenting his annual report on the case of the industry. His headline read: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the fate of the aviation industry to always perform amid exciting timesâ&#x20AC;?.

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To better understand the current situation, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s go back to the 38th general assembly of the Arab Air Transport Association, (Sanaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;a, 2005). Our discussions during that meeting included, among others: consolidating the Arabian Alliance plan to jointly buy IXHOMRLQWQHJRWLDWLRQZLWK(XURSHDQ countries, alliances and aviation bodies, in addition to expanding Arabesk; the regional system for code share booking and ticketing to include all Arab airlines. Five years later, our 43rd meeting in Cairo was all about the current struggle between some Arab carriers and Western governments to limit these carriers from further expanding WKHLURSHUDWLRQVLQWKH(XURSHDQDQG American markets. The rules of the game are changing. The very same Western countries who used open skies policies to offer their carriers clear skies across Asia, $IULFD DQG WKH 0LGGOH (DVW DUH QRZ

bouncing back. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re now calling for tough measures to restrict Arab FDUULHU H[SDQVLRQ LQWR (XURSHDQ PDUNHWV 7KRVH ZKR RQO\ ÂżYH \HDUV ago, were strongly criticizing Arab national carrier protection policies are now busy inventing legal and tax constraints against Arab carriers, including the so-called tax on air pollution caused by civil aviation. It is indeed sarcastic that these FRXQWULHVKDYHEHHQÂżJKWLQJIRU\HDUV to lift these restrictions and constraints that they are imposing now. It is clear now that open skies and free trade become completely useless when they contradict with national interests; ZKHWKHU LW LV (XURSHDQ LQWHUHVWV WKDW created the open skies concept in the ÂżUVWSODFHRU$UDELQWHUHVWVWKDWZHUH basically targeted by these concepts and legislations. The future of National Carriers If you have been following media debates over the past decade about


CONTENTS CHAIRMAN Captain AbdulKhalek S. Alkadi EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Khalid Al-Kainaey PROOF READER Shams-Aldeen AVIATION MEDIA CONSULTANT Ehab El Behiry PHOTO GRAPHER’s A.Rahman Ghabri Mohammed S. Noman Abdulwali Attawqi Zeryab Ghabri, Found Alharazy Ameen Alghabri, Mokrid M. Mokrid ADVERTISING MANAGER Nabil A. Al-samaei Mobil: 00967 733211143

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