Category Archives: UNSC Resolution 2014

Amnesty International: Yemeni authorities must investigate killings and restore justice and accountability

By Hassan Al-Haifi Amnesty International issued a public statement calling for an independent and impartial investigation on the killing of Dr. Ahmed Sharafeddine, the well known legal expert and member of the National Dialogue which was to put Yemen on … Continue reading

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The Swindled Revolution of Yemen: Uncertainty and Grim Prospects

By: Hassan Al-Haifi The Second Anniversary of the launch of the Yemeni Youth Peaceful Revolution is approaching (February 11, 2011). So far, it is inescapable to discern that the aspirations and hopes of the millions of Yemenis, who took to … Continue reading

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Tawakkul Karman to UNSC: Saleh Must Leave the Political Arena على علي عبد الله صالح أن يغادر الساحة السياسية في اليمن

UN SC Speech by Tawakkul Karman By: Hassan Al-Haifi During the UN Security Council ceremonial session held in Sana’a on the 27th of January 2013 as support for the Yemnei Coalition Government presided by President Abdu-Rabbo Mansour Hadi, Tawakkul Kaman, … Continue reading

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In Yemen, the Revolution Is Far From Over

  1)  Protesters in Aden 2) Protesters in Sana’a 3) A Warm Moment Between Protesters and Defecting Troops 4) EvenWomen Spoke Their Mind in the Revolt 5)  Ta’ez Burns with the Guns of Ahmed Ali Saleh in June 2011 By … Continue reading

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Amnesty International: Yemenis Are Still Waiting for Justice

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi February 14, 2012 Amnesty International continues to insist that there is justice missing in  the Yemeni situation, notwithstanding all the ceremonial efforts to presume that Yemen is heading in the right direction.  It seems to escape everyone … Continue reading

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Amnesty International: No Immunity for Saleh!

By: Hassan Al-Haifi January 10, 2012 Again, Amnesty International asserted that granting immunity to Saleh, his relatives and cronies constitutes a violation of international laws and Yemen is obligated to adhere to laws preventing immunity to violators of human rights. The … Continue reading

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Yemeni Revolutionary Youth of Yemen Appeal to Regional Neighbors and International Community on Behalf of the Suffering People of Ta’ez

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi The following is a link to an attached statement of appeal issued by the Coordinating Council of Revolution for Change in Yemen (CCYRC).  The appeal is directed to the regional members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), … Continue reading

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