Ma'ariv

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Ma'ariv

(mɑɑˈriv; Yiddish ˈmɑɪriv)
n
(Judaism) Judaism the evening service
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Hailing from Maarib province in Yemen, the devastated mother said that due to her family's economic condition, her dream to perform Haj could not be fulfilled.
Sometime in mid-2017, Maarib Al Hishmawi's parents told her they had found a man for her to marry.
Authorities said Abdulah Fahmi Al Hishmawi, 34, and Hamdiyah Saha Al Hishmawi, 33, were accused of physically abusing their daughter, Maarib Al Hishmawi.
The UN statement also welcomed efforts by the coalition led by Saudi Arabia to re-supply the Maarib province with food aid.
Bayhan is crucial in Yemen's war because of its location on a major road linking Shabwa province with Houthi-held Maarib province to the north.
Khartoum, 23 April (SUNA)- The Minister for Defense, Lt General Awad Mohamed Ahmed Bin Aouf, has phoned his Saudi counterpart, HRH Mohamed Bin Salaman, the Deputy Crown Prince, on the martyrdom of Saudi Armed Forces men in Yemen when their chopper crashed while on a military assignment in Maarib area Gen Awad has pointed to the huge sacrifices made by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by way of protecting the stability and the peace of the Arab and Islamic countries.
The government has previously freed another batch of child soldiers in Maarib governorate, he said.
The Yemeni official news agency said Major General Mohammed Ali Al-Magdashi, was briefed in Maarib today on the tactics and plans to be adopted by Brigade 203, poised to liberate the province.
A large number of Emirati people held rallies across the UAE earlier this month to shout protest against the country's military operation in Yemen, urging Abu Dhabi to bring the military forces back home after they sustained tens of casualties in an attack in Maarib early September.
Brigadier General Ahmad Asiri, spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition forces, announced on a local Saudi TV channel on Saturday, that 10 soldiers were killed in an explosion at a weapons store in the city of Maarib. More soldiers were wounded in the explosion, and were taken to hospital for further treatment, with most later discharged.
Nearly half is generated by a power plant in Maarib in the south.
The attack by a suicide bomber took place in the town of Majzar in Maarib province, east of the capital Sanaa, militant, tribal and local sources said.