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Demonizing the Victim

Recently, I’ve read several articles and watched several talk shows that tried to demonize the southern people and accuse them with every possible crime. The last of these was the statement of Reform Party in Aden. This particular political party is completely involved in killing southern citizens and destroying the …

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To Mr. Martin Griffith …. A Peace Message from Aden…!

Dear Mr. Martin Griffith Peace Be Upon You Tomorrow, the southern people will come out, peacefully, again, to deliver a peaceful message to you and to the world. Our people came out tens, even hundreds, of times with their bare chests during the era of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh. …

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A Failure After Another … Government!!!

Deterioration of national currency in exchange of foreign currencies is a direct result of printing more banknotes without coverage. In return, foreign currencies are bought with high prices by traders and influential members of the government. It is obvious that national currency is collapsing while there are no wise policies …

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Drug… Lost Countries and Lost Generations

Reports from our beloved country clearly indicate that most southern governorates, directorates and even their country-side are plagued with drugs and narcotics. Actually, the political situation and security conditions helped drug dealers to distribute and sell these killing poisons. The state is completely absent with a president who is out-of-reach …

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You Arrogant… our Patience is Over!!

A few hours ago, one of my dearest, kindest and best friends came by. He complained with tears before his words came bitterly: “For four consecutive days, I went to the military commission from dawn to dusk, but I couldn’t reach them till today. A quarrel happened between soldiers and …

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Reactions to Al-Zubaidi’s Delegation

After its extraordinary meeting, the southern national assembly issued an inclusive statement expressing the southern vision based on restoring and independence of the southern state. Before I read the statement issued at the end of the extraordinary round, I received several opinions summarizing the meeting in one point, that is …

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Delay of Southern Cause… Catastrophe in the Horizon

For almost three decades, the southern people sacrificed a lot and fought two wars. They lost the first war in 1994 and were oppressed because of that but they continued their peaceful struggle with bare chests carrying freedom and dignity. They faced live bullets and lost thousands of martyrs and …

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