Osama, 20 years old – a call to the International Community to support the Yemeni revolution and under no circumstances grant immunity to President Saleh. We are calling on the United Nations to listen to the people’s demands.
I am not talking to the Heads of State – I want to reach you guys – people of the world – anyone who stands for human rights…. I want to get this message to you. We are not terrorists. We are just young people who want our rights.
A. from Taiz : message to the world we wish a peaceful revolution and to the forces of the regime & the person who control it to force him to step down if he don’t listen to us they know what we have and we can act as soon as possible to create his fate … Continue reading →
Student / Blogger / Youth activist / Opportunist / Yemeni -Tweeting about situation in Yemen. Contributor to @MideastReports http://freedomnjusticeseeker.wordpress.com
Nada Nadaa My heart is in Yemen……….a researcher, writer, photographer, feminist, peace and justice advocate…. I’m Yemeni woman living abroad . I think this is a great platform for many of us who are not living in Yemen at the moment to show our support and solidarity to all our brothers and sisters in Yemen … Continue reading →
The voicesfromyemen project – We summon you!
Yemeni by birth, Egyptian by choice, Arab by identity. A diplomat’s daughter, a citizen of the world with a passion for politics & poetry. Author in Global Voices Notes by Noon – مذكرات نون http://notesbynoon.blogspot.com/
Bilal Al Hamzee is from Taiz: “(Saleh) He was shooting woman and children. But whatever he does, we will fight, will never give up and we will fight in a peaceful way. this is why it is called a peaceful revolution”
OK, this was not planned, we were supposed to keep it serious and politically orientated. However, the voicesfromyemen project is about everybody having a voice. Even the kids. They are, after al,l the future. This one in particular was just too feisty to overlook. I now have proof that the Yemenia (women) are raised with … Continue reading →
Ameera A Yemenia who was conceived in Yemen born in the USA. While my friends are out shopping, I am usually catching up with the news. The whole world is changing before our eyes, and our youths are leading these changes. People need to help them not tear them down. Oh, and one more thing: … Continue reading →