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What’s Driving the War In Yemen?

On January 21, 2022, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and the United States cut the power in Yemen for four days after Saudi-led airstrikes on the country. The internet outage affected the emergency services and people were not able to contact their loved ones. The war in Yemen has entered its seventh year, and with the…

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This Video Explains the Crisis in Yemen in 140 Seconds

Mohammed Raqeeb, understanding that many people are not fully informed on the terrible humanitarian crisis in Yemen, created this short 140 second video to explain what’s going on. We encourage everyone to see it so as to be informed, and be aware in order to help however they are able. Yemen can’t wait.

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These Are the Challenges I Face as a Yemeni Woman

I am a Yemeni woman and proud of it – but ladies, we face many challenges that I believe we can overcome if we worked together toward the same goals. But, you have to admit that being a woman who believes in fighting for women’s rights is even more challenging in our community. Some may…

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These 11 Tweets Remind Us That Yemen Is Still Suffering

The internet is saturated with information, and so, it’s easy for devastatingly vital news to get lost in the deluge. But let’s not forget, Yemen is currently going through what is widely considered to be the worst humanitarian crisis in the 21st Century, courtesy of the self-proclaimed gatekeepers of Islam, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia….

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Meet Yemen Cooks: A Hidden Gem in the Yemeni Community

In case you didn’t know, there is an amazing Yemeni chef in the San Francisco Bay Area who is probably going to become one of the greatest chefs of her time! The Youtube and Snapchat channel titled “Yemen Cooks” belongs to a 26-year-old woman from the sunny capital of Yemen, Sana’a. Due to cultural sensitivities,…

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KBK Relief Foundation: Fiercely Defending the Undefended

In a world increasingly defined by the rapidly growing gap between the haves and the have-nots, it’s easy to get bogged down in the suffering of the masses, with little guidance on the best way to offer effective assistance. That’s why I was fascinated when approached by Shayma Mustafa, founder of the KBK Relief Foundation,…