Caption: Right (top): A coral reef in the Dahlak
Archipelago, near the port of Massawa.
(24.) Occasionally, one can find the pronoun kau or dahlak
, "I", or more commonly drei, "myself, and gap drei, "all of us".
Try Step Trip, Dahlak
Brathwaite; dir: Roberta Uno.
"But the Kingdom has wisely established strong relations with Eritrea, and there have been several visits to the Kingdom by the Eritrean side contributing to the stability of the Dahlak
Lebanese Hezbollah appears to have mentored the group, with Mareike Transfeld noting that "parallels in the Hezbollah takeover of West Beirut in 2008 and the Houthi grab of power in 2014 also suggest some exchange on military strategy." (40) Iran's interest in Yemen seems to have been piqued when Riyadh entered the sixth war in late 2009, at which time an Iranian intelligence-gathering ship took up station in the Red Sea near Eritrea's Dahlak
Islands, on the same latitude as the Saudi-Yemeni border and the Yemeni port of Midi.
The country has control over the Dahlak
Islands, an archipelago in the Red Sea, and some of the smaller Hanish islands.
Officials from opposition group, quoting "reliable" sources in Eritrea, claimed Asmara has allowed Cairo to acquire a military base in Nora locality at the Dahlak
Island for an indefinite period of time.
QDVC's portfolio includes Lusail underground car parks, the North Doha Sewerage Treatment - PS70 and Pumping Mains, a resort project in the desert island of Dahlak
archipelago, led by Qatari Diar and the Sheraton underground car park and landscape.
Israel's African assets include a stake on that continent's biggest dam project in Ethiopia and a military base on the most strategic isle in Eritrea's Dahlak
Archipelago, as well as an advanced surveillance station run by Mossad in mountains near the border with South Sudan.
Stratfor quoted "diplomatic and media sources" as saying that Israel keeps small naval teams in the Dahlak
archipelago and Massawa, as well as a "listening post" in Amba Soira.
During the Israel South Red Sea Expedition to the Dahlak
Archipelago in 1962 (Oren 1962), one of us (EC) spent 2+ h observing a small "catfish ball" as it moved and fed over open sandy areas.