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The South Faces Terrorism

Written by: Nazmi Mohsen Nasser – Southern Writer isturbing security and stability are one of the old methods used by terrorist groups and their supporters. Those who support such acts foster terrorism. Southern armed forces and security systems fight terrorist groups in Aden, Abian, Shabwa and other southern territories. They …

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Crisis and war in Yemen

Written by: Dr. Aidrous Nasr Nasser Al-Naqeeb any outside observers of the crisis and war in Yemen believe that what is happening is a confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran. In fact, the crisis and war in Yemen have different political, social, and sectarian dimensions and backgrounds, which can be …

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Our Cause is Fair and Clear, and Right will Finally Prevail

Written by: Khattab Nasser – Southern Activist ur southern cause is a message of struggle and resistance. It is the will of people determined to restore their rights and they are willing to sacrifice, with full faith in freedom. They are able to achieve victory. Our southern cause was baptized …

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Soon … The Sovereign South Will Be Free

Written by: Professor Abd Al-Nasser Al-Wali Member of the Southern Transitional Council’s Presidency hairman of Aden Local Leadership Good morning Aden … We are all Well After 25 years of occupation, systematic destruction and two barbaric wars, we are all still well. But, don’t forget that all the state’s organizations …

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If Only Sanaa Made Truce with Aden!!!

Written by: Ali Al-Bukhiti – Prominent Northern Politician f only we responded to the southern demands since their peaceful movement in 2007, we would never reach this moment of humiliation. Their demands were very clear. They were killed, expelled and called the worst names ever like separatists, slaves of Iran …

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The South… A Freedom-Loving People

Written by: Abd Al-Kareem Said – Southern Political Writer n the south of Yemen, the people love peace and freedom, who cry since 1994 invasion when tribal, religious and military forces of the north invaded the south and turned it into a killing ground. The southern were strangers in their …

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From the Southern People to the Northern People

Written by: Mansour Saleh – Southern Politician ur brothers in the north as ordinary citizens, just like us, are not meant by any harsh description on the southern tongues when we talk about the north. Our problem with the north is complicated but remains only with influential officials and decision …

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The More You Demand Union, The More We Demand Independence

Written by: Colonel Abu Anas Ba Hattab – Southern Writer ho really benefited from this doomed union signed on May 22nd, 1990 between the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen and Arab Republic of Yemen? Who are the true Union seekers? Before 1990, the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen was a …

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