"This checklist of Arabic media vocabulary covers all important fields and should prove very useful to the learner."—Clive Holes, professor for the study of the contemporary Arab world, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
"We sell chewing gums and pens because our fathers are sick and we are the ones supporting our families. Even when we grow up, we'll go to university in the mornings and then work in the afternoons." By Ghadeer Al-Eryani
At a traffic light, two boys share a laugh and smile. A reminder on this day, as sounds of fighter jets souring the skies of that there's still hope for a happier Yemen tomorrow. Photo by Nina Aqlan.
This is just a handful of the Kiva projects you can support in Yemen.
GAZA UPDATE 26 July 2014: The good news is that staff and their families are fine, to the best of our knowledge. Our partner Dr Bernard Sabella writes: "One of the sad things about this war is that aside from the physical separation between Palestinians and Israelis (the separation wall, the Gaza siege, the permit system, etc) there is now such a psychological separation between the two peoples. Jew and Arab are living in two worlds with no meeting ground in the middle."