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In Yemen, You Can Find Out Your Birthday, Even If You Are Over Fifty

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi 22 August 2017 When I first returned to Yemen, in the Summer of 1970, I made a big fuss about finding out my real birthday.  We had been lying in the United States for the last previous … Continue reading

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US Attack on Yemen: First Degree Aggression

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi   The US premeditated and planned attack on Yemen today is not justified by any legal or military rationale whatsoever. On October 7th,  the US issued travel warnings to Americans traveling or visiting/residing in Yemen [travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country/yemen.html (just … Continue reading

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The Rain in Yemen Fell Everywhere

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi Beautiful, marvelous, lovely, exhilarating, refreshing – and that is only the beginning!  Yes, on the 13th of April, just about an hour or so after Dawn, which has now rolled back to 4:40 AM. as the celestial … 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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A True Martyr: He Died Trying to Save Other Lives!

By: Hassan Al-Haifi Mustafa Mohammed Abu Talib:  He Lost His Life Because He Was Saving Lives By:  Hassan Al-Haifi The National Security Massacre in the Northeast area of Old Sana’a (Sho’ub), of June 9 and 10 was no ordinary massacre in … 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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Peaceful Revolt in Yemen: New Initiatives to Ensure Sustainability of Peaceful Protests

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi January 8, 2012 The Yemeni revolutionaries for change have a resiliency to which there isn’t any limits that will bring it to a halt in the near future.  The monumental popular uprising effort started as an almost … Continue reading

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