Jabal al-Tair Island (Jebel Teir, Jabal al-Tayr, Tair Island, Al-Tair Island, Jazirat at-Tair; Arabic: جزيرة جبل الطير Jazīrat Jabal aṭ-Ṭayr, literally, "Bird Mountain Island") is a roughly oval volcanic island northwest of the constricted Bab al-Mandab passage at the mouth of the Red Sea, about halfway between Yemen and Eritrea. From 1996 until it erupted in 2007, Yemen maintained two watchtowers and a small military base on the island.
After 124 years of dormancy, the volcano that created the island erupted on 30 September 2007.
By elevation Jabal al-Tair is
# 96 out of 124 in Al Hudaydah Governorate # 1 out of 6 in Alluheyah District
By prominence Jabal al-Tair is
# 16 out of 124 in Al Hudaydah Governorate # 1 out of 6 in Alluheyah District
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