Religion in Yemen
Yemen is an Islamic society. 99% of Yemenis are Muslims, with approximately 53–55% Sunni Muslims, the majority belonging to the Shafi'i school of thought and approximately 45%–47% Shia Muslims, the ma...
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Islam in Yemen
Islam in Yemen dates back to about 630 when it was introduced into the region by Ali when Muhammad was still alive. It was during this period that the mosques in Janad (near Ta'izz) and the Great Mos...
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Yemenite Jews
Yemenite Jews (Hebrew: יהודי תימן‎ Yehudei teiman; Arabic: اليهود اليمنيين‎) are those Jews who live, or lived, in Yemen. The term may also refer to the descendants of the Yemenite Jew...
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Christianity in Yemen
Christianity is a minority religion in Yemen. The constitution mentions religious liberty.
There are about 4000 Catholics in Yemen. They belong to theApostolic Vicariate of Arabia. The World Chris...
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Freedom of religion in Yemen
The Constitution of Yemen provides for freedom of religion, and the Government generally respected this right in practice; however, there were some restrictions. The Constitution declares that Islam i...
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Zaidiyyah
Zaidiyya or Zaidism (Arabic: الزيدية az-zaydiyya, adjective form Zaidi or Zaydi) is an early sect which emerged out of Shi'a Islam named after Zayd ibn ʻAlī, the grandson of Husayn ibn ʻAlī. Followers...
Operation Magic Carpet (Yemen)
Operation Magic Carpet is a widely known nickname for Operation On Wings of Eagles (Hebrew: כנפי נשרים‎, Kanfei Nesharim), an operation between June 1949 and September 1950 that brought 49,000 Y...
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Khalafiyya Shia
The Khalafiyya Shia (named for its founder Khalaf ibn Abd al-Samad) were a subsect of the Zaidi branch of Shia Islam.
The Khalafiyya Shia had the following beliefs:
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Chabashim
Chabashim may refer to:
Abu l-Aish Ahmad
Abul-Aish Ahmad ibn Al-Qassim Gannoun (Arabic: أبو العيش أحمد بن القاسم كنون) was the twelfth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. He took over after Al Qasim Gannum in 948 until his death in 954.His ...
Banu Ukhaidhir
The Banu 'l-Ukhaidhir (Arabic: بنو الأخيضر‎) was a dynasty that ruled in al-Yamamah (central Arabia) from 867 to at least the mid-eleventh century. An Alid dynasty, they were descendents of...
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Dukayniyya Shia
The Dukayniyya Shia (named for one of its leaders, Abu Nu'aym al-Fadl ibn al-Dukayn) were a sect of the Zaidi branch of Shia Islam. The Dukayniyya Shia were led by Abu Nu'aym al-Fadl ibn al-Dukayn and...
Muhammad ibn Idris
Muhammad ibn Idris (Arabic: محمد بن إدريس‎) was one of the sons and successor of Idris II of Morocco. He took power in 828 and died in 836.
Ali ibn Umar
Ali ibn Umar (Arabic: علي بن عمر‎) was the seventh Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. He took over after the death of Yahya II in 874 CE. During his rule, the Idrisids lost their capital, ...
Yahya ibn Idris ibn Umar
Yahya ibn Idris ibn Umar (Arabic: يحيى بن إدريس بن عمر‎) was the ninth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. He took over after Yahya III in 904 and died in 917 when the Fatimids invaded Moro...
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Al-Hajjam al-Hasan ibn Muhammad ibn al-Qassim
Al-Hajjam al-Hasan ibn Muhammad ibn al-Qassim (Arabic: الحجام الحسن بن محمد بن القاسم‎) was the tenth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. He took over after a short Fatimid overlordship by ...
Yahya ibn Muhammad
Yahya ibn Muhammad (Arabic: يحيى بن محمد‎) was the fifth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco.A son of previous sultan Muhammad ibn Idris, he took over the rule in Morocco after the death of ...
Yemenite Hebrew
Yemenite Hebrew (Hebrew: עִבְֿרִיתֿ תֵּימָנִיתֿ ‘iḇrīṯ tēmānīṯ, Arabic: العبرية اليمنية‎ al-‘ibriyyah al-yamaniyyah), also referred to as Temani Hebrew, is the pronunciation system for Bibli...
Yahya ibn Yahya
Yahya II ibn Yahya (Arabic: يحيى الثاني بن يحيى‎) was the sixth Idrisid ruler and sultan of Morocco. He took over after the death of his father Yahya I in 864. He died in 874.
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