Yemen dating and marriage
The Gulf of Aden coastal plain, which is five to ten miles (eight to sixteen kilometers) wide, is discontinuous.
Its ports, from Aden in the west to Sayhut and al-Ghayda in the east, are connected with the inland regions rather than with one another. The population is ethnically Arab, divided between Sunni Muslims of the Shafi'i school and Shi'a Muslims of the Zaydi school.
The name of the country is derived from the legendary ancestor Yaman, the son of Qahtan, or from the Arabic root ymn ("the right") since Yemen is located to the right of the Meccan sanctuary of Kaaba.
There are salt deposits near Shabwa, Safir, and Harib.The most commonly used foreign language is English, and Russian is still understood in Sana'a and Aden. The notion of allegiance is shaped by kinship, the native land, language, faith, and a shared culture.The symbol of male honor is a curved dagger, the jambiyyah ; lineage is symbolized by a clan's tower at the top of a hill; and generosity and hospitality are expressed in making and serving coffee.This region includes urban centers such as Sana'a and Sa'da.The high plateau in the east gradually merges with the desert Rub al-Khal .
Ancient South Arabian culture developed an intricate architecture and created masterpieces of figurative and decorative arts.