Almotamar.net, Saba - Vice President Abduh Raboh Mansor Hadi launched on Sunday activities of Tarim as Islamic Culture Capital for 2010.
In the opening ceremony, the vice president pointed out to concern of the political leadership represented by President Ali Abdullah Saleh to enhance cultural aspects in the country, indicating to the historical status of Tarim city and its role to spread the Islam to different world parts.
All citizens of 22nd May are proud to choose the city by the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) to be Islamic cultural capital for this year, Hadi said.
He said that such event reflected contributions of Yemeni to spread Islam that calls for moderation, justice, freedom and equality among human beings.
Hadi wished success for activities of this big event.
Tarim city was approved to be the Islamic Culture Capital 2010 by the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO).
The city is famous for its 365 mosques and prominent Islamic architecture. The most famous of these is the Mihdhar Mosque, with the distinctive architecture of its 150 meter-high mud minaret.
Both GPC and Ansarullah have come to an agreement to establish supreme council for managing the Yemeni state affairs in accordance with the valid Yemeni constitution.
The political agreement has been received with general comfort and support by the Yemenis all over the country.
The Saudi aggression’s hirelings burned more than 50 houses after looting them in al-Sarari village in Taiz province, a local official said on Tuesday.
The official pointed out that the burning of houses and detaining of people is still continuing in al-Sarari village, noting that over 38 citizens were detained from al-Sarari village and the neighboring village of Thi-al-Barh