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On the Memory of Southern Tolerance and Reconciliation

Written by: Hany Al-Beed – Southern Politician olerance and Reconciliation represents a national framework and a historical southern achievement that all southern political components believe in with support of the southern people. Therefore, it became a southern social contract that began as a national principle that unified all fields. It …

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Political Facts

Written by: Professor Salem Al-Shabhi Chairman of Health and Environment Commission he Southern Transitional Council Internal, regional and international recognition of the Southern Transitional Council is based on the following facts: The council’s popularity in the south. The council’s delegation by a wide range of the southern people as recognized …

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Good Wills Never Restore a Right!!

Written By: Anis Shoutah – Southern Writer ave principles and steady attitudes is an important thing, but what is more important is to have options. Our experience in the south proved that we lost several times although we had all means of victory just because of the lack of the …

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The South is Bigger Than Losers’ Bits

Written by: Masoud Ahmed – Southern Writer here is a great difference between considering your homeland and national identity as an interest and considering them as an undeniable right that can never be forsaken and part of your consciousness. It is like the difference between dust and stars. Those who …

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The Southern Are Not War Makers ..!

Written by: Dr. Aidarous Al-Naqueeb any loud voices warn against an upcoming war in Yemen, even if political settlement is reached between the two currently conflicting parties with agreement of both (the legitimacy authority and Al-Houthi coup forces). Many, including close friends of the legitimacy authority, warn against jumping over …

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Imposing De Facto

Written by: Salem Abdullah Shumila fter October 3rd statement, the Southern Transitional Council and the Arab Coalition became under major pressure because of the claims that the North is under control of Al-Houthis while the South is under control of the council and who is eligible to deal with the …

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The Excellent Work of Shabwa Elites

Written by: Nasser Al-Ba Bakri – Member of the Southern National Assembly n Shabwa, weapons were part of all citizens’ everyday life s they couldn’t leave it anywhere, even in mosques, markets and roads. If you had a patient who needed to be transferred to hospital at night, you should …

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Crisis of Underground Water Reservoirs

Written by: Fahmy Mohamed Mohsen Al-Semsam “Don’t you see if your water became unreachable, who will get provide you with fresh water” (Al-Mulk – 30) Random digging of water wells and sewer wells for home and industrial uses (especially for mines and quarries) in addition to hysterical pumping and irrational …

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Southern Dialogue!

Written by:Dr. Gawad Hasan Mekkawi member of the Southern Transitional Council he common term “Southern/Southern Dialogue” makes anyone who hears it fell like as there are conflicts between two major southern parties and a third party is trying to reconcile them. this is a common mistake. The term should be …

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