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Piracy, Greed or Mental Disorder?!!

Written by: Ahmed Omar Ben Farid – Southern Politician he old general Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar is the most prominent model for Yemeni colonialism behavior towards the Arab South. This nasty behavior completely dominates the northern mentality in general and Al-Zaidi mentality in specific. When Al-Ahmar described the behavior of Ali …

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The South Today is Not the Same as Yesterday … Past Mistakes Will Never Be Repeated

Written by: Dr. Saleh Amer Al-Sahaki Al-Awlaki ne of the negative sides of the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen, penetrated by the northern when they controlled decision-making process, was introversion, mono-polarization and complete loyalty to socialist side. This drove the southern towards cutting their relations with the rest of the …

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Our People Trespassed Your Fragile Red Lines While Ours Are Drawn with Our Martyrs’ Blood

Written by: Brigadier Muneer Al-Yafaie (Abu Yamama) ommander of Backup and Support Forces Carefully, we watch, detect and analyze our enemies’ movements and plan accordingly. Carefully, we understand the path they wanted us to go with our reactions towards their behaviors. In short, we will never be pushed to initiate …

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Dilemma of the Union

Written by: Mansour Saleh ooking at the other as an occupation is not a totally southern look. Even the northern, who claim their adoration of the union, look at any southern in their lands as an occupation, as long as he is there as a southern, not part of their …

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The South … Signs of Empowerment and Reconstruction

Written by: Anis Al-Sharafi – Southern Writer uring the holy month of Ramadan, the Southern Transitional Council initiated several activities that crystalized the most important aspects of organizational construction and the empowerment strategy declared earlier their year. These activities were the most significant since the establishment of the council as …

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How Did Muslim Brotherhood Trick the Arab Coalition in the Storm of Determination?

Written by: Dr. Hussain Laqur Ben Aidan – Southern Politician t the beginning, Muslim Brotherhood didn’t take any clear position from the Strom of Determination as their delegate in Sanaa, Ben Omar, continued negotiations with Al-Houthis. Two weeks after the war broke, they escaped from Sanaa and declared their support …

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Battel of Al-Dalia … Exhaustion of Al-Houthi Militias

Written by: Ahmed Said Karama – Southern Writer l-Houthis committed a tactical and military mistake when they opened Al-Dalia front. The battel of Al-Dalia turned from its aim to enforce pressure over southern troops in the west coast to withdraw from Al-Hodeida into a war of exhaustion where Al-Houthis paid …

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Al-Wali to Griffith: We Are with You. Isn’t That Enough?!

ear Mr. Griffith: Peace be Upon You We are now in Ramadan, the holy month of peace, mercy and charity. We send you, and all your honorable team, our greetings. I read your briefing to UN Security Council dated on May 15th, 2019. It has several interesting points, but I’ll …

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The Union Determined…!

Written by:Alaa Adel Hanash slam urges us as Muslims to unite. But Islam never urged about Yemeni union as said by some northern Imams who say that the union is a religious and sacred demand. Nevertheless, the southern were first to request union before 1990 and sacrificed for it what …

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Scenario of the Third Invasion and Reoccupation of the South

Written by: Ambassador Ali Abdullah Al-Bugairi ews about military and political situations are very concerning. In sum, they refer to the south as the next target of powers of 1994 ally. Military plans are complete for the third invasion of the south. These plans are clear. There is an agreement …

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