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Saudi Criminal Bombing of Old City of Sana’a: WHY????

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi I went to the Old City of Sana’a on September 24, just four days after the barbaric and absolutely criminal Saudi air raid on the UNESCO declared World Heritage City (http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/385) More than any other place in … Continue reading

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Yemen Center for Transitional Justice Statement on Increasing Terrorist Attacks and Victims

Official Funeral of Victims of Attack By Hassan Al-Haifi The Yemeni Center for Transitional Justice issued a strong condemnation of the terrorist attack that hit the Yemeni Ministry of Defense compound in Sana’a, particularly the hospital, in which official tally … 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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Without Foreign Intervention, Yemen Can Reach for the Skies

Yemen Common Sense Issue No. 8 July 9, 2011 By Hassan Al-Haifi Part II When the Egyptians withdrew from Yemen in 1968, the Royalists, realizing that the Saudis were no longer going to bankroll them and provide them supplies, launched … Continue reading

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Without Foreign Intervention, Yemen Can Reach for the Skies

Ta’ez Protesters Against US and Saudi Interference in Yemeni Affairs – Rueters   Yemen Common Sense Issue No. 7 July 8, 2011 By Hassan Al-Haifi The major obstacle to Yemen’s development and economic and social well being, especially over the … Continue reading

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Partnership of Failure for Yemen: The GCP and the JMP

By Hassan Al-Haifi   With respect to the peaceful revolt against the regime of the long standing President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, one cannot avoid the inescapable conclusion that there are intensive regional pressures, perhaps backed by international considerations … Continue reading

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