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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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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 Says No to Immunity

By: Hassan Al-Haifi How can one teach children that killing and stealing is wrong when world leaders have given immunity to murdering dictators, who have robbed their people of the resources of the land and have abused government beyond ratjonal … Continue reading

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Amnesty International Rejects Immunity for Saleh and Yemeni Officials in UN Resolution 2014

By: Hassan Al-Haifi October 21, 2011 Amnesty International rejected the notion of giving Ali Abdullah Saleh and Yemeni Government officials immunity for human rights violations in the above resolution of the United Nations Security Council issued yesterday in New York: … Continue reading

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