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The Arab South … Target of Yemeni Greed

SMA News – Reports – Mohammed Aqabi acts of past and present confirm that diplomatic and general policies of the Arab Republic of Yemen always target this precious hunt represented in the fortunes of the south. The Arab South is poor only because geography forced the existence of this greedy …

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Al-Muiaseri and Al-Gawani.. Abuse of Public Funds and Public Offices to Serve Agendas of Muslim Brotherhood and Qatar in Yemen

ecent events of Aden and the southern transitional council’s control over Aden exhausted the chaos project of Muslim Brotherhood. This proves that Qatar penetrated the Yemeni legitimacy government through Muslim Brotherhood and several ministers including Ahemd Al-Muiaseri, minister of interior affairs and Saleh Al-Gabwani, minister of Transportation who are exposed …

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The Fall of Al-Houthis Between Kataba and Al-Fakher

n Friday May 24th, 2019 southern armed forces advanced towards the strategic city of Al-Fakher, north west of Yemeni Kataba, administratively adjoined to Al-Dalia of the south, along with clear and control operations over tens of posts and hills to the north and north west of the governorate. A few …

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Racial Discrimination of Sanaa’s Regimen Against Southern Citizens

irst we should assert the attitude of international human law and domestic laws as they consider the importance of respecting law to achieve peace after wars through protecting human rights to support economic progress and development. UN convention is based on equity and dignity. The International Declaration of Human Rights …

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Secrets of Abian Explosions: The Return of Terrorist Groups

or years, Abian was the scene for war and creating terrorist group. The governorate lives amid bloody conflicts that kill innocent citizens who became a political toy for political powers, parties and even countries who claim fighting terrorism while they are, in fact, supporting terrorist groups, especially Al-Qaeda that still …

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