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The Arab Spring Must Continue – the Right Way

      Yemen Common Sense by Hassan Al-Haif     Part I The dictatorships that have prevailed over the last half century in the Arab World and most of the Islamic World, some of which ironically supposedly evolved from … Continue reading

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Tawakkul Karman’s Nobel Prize Lecture محاضرة توكل كرمان في حفل تسليم جائزة نوبل للسلام

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi December 10, 2011 فيما بلي موقع الحصول على نص محاضرة توكل كرمان في حفل تسليم جائزة نوبل في أوسلو، النرويج، باللغة العربية http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2011/karman-lecture_ar.pdf The text of Tawakkul Karman’s Nobel Prize Lecture in Oslo, Norway today, which can … Continue reading

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Without Foreign Intervention, Yemen Can Reach for the Skies

Part III By: Hassan Al-Haifi Yemen’s New Age of Frustration and Despair Yemen probably has one of the most corrupt regimes in the world, with development indicators across the board placing the country among the bottom thirty countries out of … Continue reading

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