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Three Parallel Paths are Required for the South

The southern transitional council should have support of all southern persons who work with legitimacy central authority and not to work against it so that the council can represent the southern cause internally and externally. Military path represents an integrated work between soldiers, officers and field commanders of southern resistance …

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Be Aware of Fallacies and Stealing Victories

“Concerning Al-Hodeida, there are troops, especially the presidential guards’ troops trained for city war, that can eliminate this gang”. This is what Khaled Al-Shugaa, member of the conference party and a man of Affash, when Sky News reporter asked him yesterday. I participated in this interview about plans for facing …

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Al-Hodeida and What is After

When Al-Houthis started their coup, USA welcomed it. UAS didn’t see it as a sectarian coup. Instead, it thought of it as a partner in US anti-terrorism strategy. Coup was the lightning bolt that started a sectarian conflict. USA considered this coup as a strategic partner in anti-terrorism war, regardless …

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In Memory of Wajdy Al-Sunidi Al-Yafeai

On June 8th, 2015, Wajdi Ahmed Hasan Al-Sunidi fell as a hero martyr in the battel of dignity to liberate the southern soil from Yemeni Occupation militias in “Akamat Salah” – Al-Dalia. Today is the third anniversary of his martyrdom. Wajdi Ahmed Hasan Al-Sunidi was born in 1982 in Amsdara …

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Loyalty is a Custom of the Kind

Sons of United Arab Emirates prove that they are the precious Arab brothers of us. They are the ones whom the folk poet meant in his saying: “The best brother is one that keeps your head up… and our heads are up with you”. You’re are the loyal men in …

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