Volcano erupts in Yemen spewing lava- a first for the region says locals

December 20, 2011YEMENA volcano erupted near Saba Island in the Red Sea on Monday, said fishermen from Salif port city in the west of Yemen. The fishermen confirmed that the volcano erupted near Saba Island one of the Al-Zubair archipelago small Islands located 30 nautical miles away if Salif city. The fishermen said that the volcano can be seen 3 hours away from its center and that it has been popping up red lava that reached 20-30 meters high. The fishermen said this was the first volcano they ever seen in the region. –Yobserver
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11 Responses to Volcano erupts in Yemen spewing lava- a first for the region says locals

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  2. Bone Idle says:

    The fishermen said this was the first volcano they ever seen in the region

    – they must come from elsewhere.
    The volcano in question is Jebel At Tair. It erupted in 2007 and caused casualties.

    Meanwhile here is a list of the volcanoes in that region :
    Volcanos of the middle east

    That area is part of the rifting of the Red Sea. The rift is moving the Arabian Peninsula away from Africa


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