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July 7th … Violation of the South

Written by: Abdullah Al-Bataty n July 7th, the south was invaded by barbaric terrorist powers and tribes with vengeance mentality packed with terrorists returning from Afghanistan and gangs of Sanaa’s ousted regimen. All vicious minds collaborated and invaded the south under the flags of the union. Under the notion of …

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July 7th … a painful memory

Written by: Galal Al-Swisy uly 7th, is the date of a painful memory. It is the black tag on the forehead of every southern who sold himself as an agent of the northern army to occupy the south. That day changed our people greatly. It turned them from a people …

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July 7th … When Conquerors Came

Written by: Ali Kassem Alesayi he 25th anniversary of July 7th 1994, when the south was invaded by terrorist powers through its barbaric militias. The invasion came on several stages starting with assassination of southern figure in Sanaa, sieging southern military brigades in the north then finally religious mobilization against …

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July 7th … Darkest in the South

Written by: Khaled Belhaj Director of SMA News in Hadhramaut uly 7th will remain in the memory of every southern as the darkest day in southern history. It is the day of July 7th 1994 catastrophe when northern troops invaded our south. But there is a big difference between that …

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July 7th … When Darkness Fell

Written by: Salem Al-Shiba n July 7th 1994 came the darkest day in southern history. On that day, the northern killed every beauty, robbed every fortune and deployed Al-Qaeda and ISIS under the religious opinion of Al-Dulaimi who approved killing the southern and robbing their fortunes.

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July 7th, The Darkest Day in National History

Written by: Ghassan Ben Yazid n this unfortunate and unforgettable day, the terrorist triad of Sanaa’s military, tribal and religious forces launched their barbaric campaign on Southern Yemen and its capital, Aden. For 73 days, they bombarded and destroyed all military, historical and civilian places in addition to the infrastructure …

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July 7th… The strike that made us stronger

Written by: Khalid Alesayi t that day our land had been invaded by the barbarian troops packed with extremist militants. They thought everything was done and our people will not resist but they all forget that wisdom saying “The strike that does not kill you makes you stronger”.

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Memories of the invasion

Written by: Hany Al-Beed Southern politician uly 7th is the memory of the worst invasion and occupation ever after a vicious war that demolished the legitimacy of the union and ended all values of compassion between the two peoples. But that day awakened the southern giant and exploded the southern …

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July 7th… from humiliation to dignity

Written by: Mithak Al-Subaihi he unfortunate July 7th became the day of humiliation in the south when the north occupied the south by force. Our southern people look for turning this date from a date of defeat into a date of victory through declaring the southern state and Aden as …

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