Author: Redhwan Alsharif

Le ragazze yemenite sono le vittime della guerra

DW-Yemen. 4,7 milioni di bambini nell’istruzione primaria e secondaria, l’81% del totale, hanno bisogno di assistenza per garantire la loro formazione continua. Quasi 2 milioni di bambini fuori dalla scuola, che rappresentano più di un quarto dei bambini in età scolare, 1,71 milioni di bambini sfollati e bisognosi di assistenza educativa.   Le ragazze e le donne sono le più vulnerabili Saba Ahmed, una quindicenne residente a Bani Hawat, ha dichiarato: “Lo stipendio di mio padre è stato interrotto e non vi è alcuna fonte di sostentamento, mia madre ha venduto il suo oro per poter comprare le pecore. Spero che la guerra contro lo Yemen si fermerà e lo stipendio di mio padre verrà restituito in modo da poter continuare la mia istruzione. La discriminazione nei confronti delle donne nello Yemen inizia in tenera età e le ragazze soffrono delle conseguenze in tenera età. A loro è anche impedito di godersi l’infanzia e i ragazzi e gli vengono negati molti elementi essenziali come l’educazione, la libertà di scelta. La maggior parte delle ragazze dello …

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Yemeni Girls Are The Victims Of War

DW-YEMEN.4.7 million children in primary and secondary education, 81 per cent of the total, need assistance to ensure their continuing education. Nearly 2 million out-of-school children, representing more than a quarter of school-age children, 1.71 million internally displaced children and in need of educational assistance . Girls and women are most vulnerable Saba Ahmed, A 15- year- old resident of Bani Hawat said: “My father’s salary was interrupted and there is no source of livelihood, my mother sold her gold so we could buy sheep. I hope that the war on Yemen will stop and my father’s salary will be returned so that I can continue my education . Discrimination against women in Yemen begins at an early age, and girls suffer from the consequences from an early age . They are also prevented from enjoying their childhood as well as boys, and are denied many essentials such as education, freedom of choice, opinion and so on. Most of Yemen’s girls are in a tragic situation because of their customs, traditions and restrictions, as well …

Farsi curare all’estero è diventato un sogno impossibile per i pazienti e i feriti dello Yemen

DW-Yemen. Dalla dichiarazione di guerra allo Yemen del 23 marzo 2015 guidata dalla collazione tra Arabia Saudita e Emirati Arabi Uniti, quattro anni e otto mesi di sofferenza, omicidi, bombardamenti, assedio ed epidemie, lo Yemen è stato classificato come il peggiore della crisi umanitaria al mondo. L’economia locale perde la sua capacità produttiva di oltre il 56% se confrontata tra il 2014 e il 2018 e il tasso di disoccupazione è aumentato dal 30% della popolazione totale nel 2014 e ha raggiunto nel 2018 al 60%, il tasso di povertà dovuto al blocco sullo Yemen è aumentato dal 49% della popolazione al di sotto della soglia di povertà e sale a un livello inaccettabile. Questa guerra ha ucciso quasi 100.000 yemeniti, tra cui donne e bambini, e l’aviazione civile si è fermata all’aeroporto internazionale di Sana’a ad eccezione dei voli delle Nazioni Unite che trasportano aiuti umanitari e personale di organizzazioni internazionali. Più di 320.000 pazienti non sono stati in grado di viaggiare per cure a causa del blocco e della chiusura dell’aeroporto di Sana’a. …

Treatment abroad has become an impossible dream for the patients and wounded in Yemen

DW-Yemen. Since the declaration of war on Yemen on 23 March 2015 led by the Saudi – UAE collation, four – year and eight months of suffering, killing, bombing, siege and epidemics, Yemen has been classified as experiencing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. The local economy loses its production capacity by more than 56% if compared between 2014 and 2018 and the unemployment rate rose from 30% of the total population in 2014 and reached in 2018 to 60%, the poverty rate due to the blockade on Yemen rose from 49% of the population below the poverty line and gets higher to an unacceptable level.This war killed nearly 100,000 Yemenis, including women and children, and civil aviation stopped at Sana’a International Airport except for UN flights that carry humanitarian aid and staff of international organizations. Treatment due to the Arab Coalition’s ban on the operation of Sana’a International Airport five years ago and the collapse of the health sector. More than 320,000 patients were unable to travel for treatment due to the blockade …

“Yemeni Press In The Face Of War ” Book

DW-Yemen.The German publishing house “LAP” chooses the journalistic work which written by the  journalist Redhwan Al-Sharif during  the war in Yemen and published an electronic and printed book in 15 Nov 2019. “Yemeni press in the face of war” is a title of a book that has been chosen to be among its academic publications in English, within the constellation of scientists and researchers around the world. The German House Founded in Germany in 2002, now in whole Europe, Africa, Asia and South America, LAP are an associate member of the American Booksellers Association, the Booksellers Association in the UK and a member of the Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels, the german booksellers association . Al-Sharif has been writing articles during the current war in Yemen showing how the war has affected millions of Yemeni citizens, also how children and women have become the victims of the continues conflict. The war changed the reality and future of Yemen also, has increased the suffering of the people . Al-Sharif wrote about the blockade imposed on Yemen and …

Dengue Fever Is Another War Against Yemenis

DW -Yemen.The current war in Yemen, which started in March 2015 , coalition led by neighboring Saudi Arabia , has caused widespread destruction of the infrastructure of this country and displaced 2.2 million persons into living in cramped shelters with inadequate healthcare support. The sum of human displacement, damaged infrastructure, and poor  hygiene conditions has created an ideal environment for the spread of diseases, including mosquito borne diseases In particular, Numerous potential mosquito-breeding sites, such as open water storage containers, areas with inadequate drainage, discarded plastic containers.Yemen’s health authorities in Sana’a announced on Wednesday, the internal emergency epidemic of dengue and malaria in seven provinces Hodeida, Hajjah, Raymah, Mahweet, Taiz, Ibb and Saada under its control, assuring that “cases of dengue reached 116 thousand cases this year. The epidemics spread over Yemeni northern provinces, including “Aljarahy”, and the city of Zabid.     The large scale of dengue outbreak in Hodeida governorate is due to the high vector circulation, poor infrastructure, and excesses of a raining period more than other cities in Yemen, ineffective vector and …

Who Brings High-Level Mechanical Warfare To Yemen

A child stands on his house, which was destroyed by an air strike in the airport area in Sana’a, photo by Hayat Al-sharif DW-Yemen.Saudi Arabia and a number of its regional allies launched a devastating campaign against Yemen in March 2015, intending to restore the government of former President ” Abd Rabbo Mansour Had”I to power and crushing ” Ansar Allah”. Saudi-led airstrikes hit schools, hospitals, and weddings, killing thousands of Yemeni civilians, the Saudi-led coalition, backed by the US, France and Britain, in response to fears that Iran, the Houthis’ biggest supporter and regional rival of Saudi Arabia, would gain a foothold in Yemen. Since then, Yemen has been wracked by civil war, food insecurity, and rising poverty levels. Why is there a war in Yemen ˀ The tragedy entered every home in Yemen, one person from every family was killed at least by the war. “My son Abdu said he would go to battle to get a monthly salary to live, my son left and my eyes washed with tears, I begged him …

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Separation conspiracy targeting Yemen to serves foreign goals and ambitions

Military resolution is no longer a goal. Partition and chaos are scenarios for a war without a horizon in Yemen DW-YEMEN. For more than four years, Yemen has been engaged in a fierce war between the internationally recognized “Shareeya” government, backed by a Saudi-led Arab military alliance, and the   Houthis (Ansar Allah), which controls the capital Sanaa and most of the densely populated northern country. Difficult humanitarian conditions have made most of the population of this impoverished country in need of urgent assistance, in a humanitarian crisis that the United Nations considers “the world’s worst. In this confrontation in Yemen, the Houthis are no longer a tactic in which the cards are mixed and the partition plan passed. Confronting Iran’s plans to dominate and dominate the region through control of parts of Yemen is no longer important, despite its close association with regional security . Yemen faces a division scenario due to the collision of the objectives of the regional and international actors and contradicts the objectives of the storm of firmness with the strategic …

The high cost of living war returns Yemen to the Stone Age

Yemenis struggle with fuel shortages, skyrocketing prices DW- Yemen .The four-year conflict in Yemen which has pushed huge swathes of the population close to famine has also left the country with a severe fuel crisis.  The people’s and local communities’ need for fuel has caused unprecedented demand on fuel firewood and coal, amid the huge fuel crisis caused by the current war. Sana’a and the governorates under  controlled  by Ansar Allah are experiencing a scarcity of cooking gas  cylinders at the official rate of 3200 riyals (4.3 dollars) for the cylinder.   Every month, one cylinder per household is released, and this is not enough for people’s needs,  with some residents, owners of restaurants and gas-powered cars moving to buy from the black market, where the price of a single cylinder is about 10,000 riyals (13.7 dollars) at least . “The Saudi-Emirati aggression has besieged Yemen and deprived  people  of the most basic necessities, the increase in demand for gas has tripled, and in return they have reduced gas supply. The gas is a local resource …

Socotra island legend of the dragon’s blood tree

Between Africa and Arabia lies an island of rare biological oddities—one that’s buffeted now by development, cyclones, and civil war DW-Yemen .It has been called the “Galapagos of the Indian Ocean.” There are parallels, certainly. Of the 825 plant species found on Socotra today, 307—37 percent— are endemic, meaning they live nowhere else. Some of the flora provide resources, like the sweet and fragrant frankincense of the Boswellia trees. Others, like the squat and bulbous subspecies of Adenium obesum, commonly called the desert rose, paint the landscape with color and oddity. The island play host to as many as 11 unique bird species, and over 90 percent of reptiles and molluscs are endemic too . The island of Socotra is part of an archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It is so isolated that a third of its plant life is found nowhere else on the planet. Notable are the dragon’s blood trees that look like flying saucers perched on trunks. Adenium socotranum are trees that look like elephants’ legs with pink flowers on top. Birds …