SANAA, Oct. 28 (Saba) – A prominent human rights female activist has managed to solve a tribal revenge between two powerful tribes in the northwestern province of Hajjah.
Sumaiyah al-Husam, is the first woman in Yemen's modern history intervening in resolving such a difficult tribal issue.
The tribal revenge emerged between the tribes of Bayt Al-Qaidi and Bani Badr since 2000, which had killed around 60 people so far.
The problem occurred over a land dispute.
The tribal revenges are considered the big problems among tribes.