Resistance, Resilience, and Fight Back, People of Yemen Winning the War Against Imperialism

by Azza Rojbi, published on Fire This Time, Volume 16, Issue #3/4 “Sometimes I sleep two, three hours, and then I wake up and stay up until morning… I remember my children and my home…Our lives were humble, but it was a quiet life, a good life, we were happy…we lost everything.” Those are the words of Abdullah al-Ibbi in[…]

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As US Renews Support for Saudi War on Yemen, Civilian Death Toll Nearly Doubles

by Ahmed Abdulkareem, published on MintPress News, February 17, 2022 HAJJAH, YEMEN – Two parallel but very different meetings took place recently — one in search of peace, the other to plan more war. In Oman’s capital, Muscat, an official delegation headed by Ansar Allah, met with Omani and European officials to negotiate de-escalation and humanitarian assistance in Yemen. Meanwhile,[…]

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Yemen is a U.S. Target

Some fruits of the war project in Yemen. Insurgency in Yemen detailed Map according to recent published reports. (~Yemen Civil War Map)    Controlled by Revolutionary Committee    Controlled by Hadi-led government    Controlled by Southern Transitional Council    Controlled by Ansar al-Sharia/AQAP forces    Controlled by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)    Controlled by forces[…]

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Voices Rising for Yemen – Final Day

Header and photos all from Voices for Creative Nonviolence by Kathy Kelly, published on Voices for Creative Nonviolence, November 8, 2018 Over these past three days, Voices and a coalition of justice-minded organizations have been at and around the United Nations in New York City protesting the ongoing U.S.-Saudi attack on famine- imperiled Yemen.  Details are available at www.vcnv.org along[…]

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Yemen: 3 Years of War

By Azza Rojbi  of MAWO, originally published on Fire This Time Yemen is “the world’s largest man-made humanitarian crisis”. Those were the words of UN special envoy for Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, as he gave his final briefing to the UN security council on the situation in Yemen. In this briefing, not once were the daily aggression and airstrikes[…]

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