President Ali Saleh: A Yemenie War Criminal in Obama’s Court

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"Liberty, Oh Liberty, what crimes are committed in thy name." --Madame Roland, French Revolution, on her way to the Guillotine Much like Gandhi's Salt March in India in 1930 the "March of Life" in Yemen began in the besieged bombed southern city of Taiz with tens of thousands of men, women, and children, walking for five days to the northern capitol city of Sana to … [Read more...]

What next?

By Paul J. Balles * | Sabbah Report | www.sabbah.biz Revolutions raise more questions than answers. The prime one: What happens after the thrill of protest victory wears off? Zen master Alan Watts once said there are only four basic questions that apply to anything: What are we going to do? Who's going to do it? How are we going to do it? Who's going to clean … [Read more...]

Roots of the Arab Revolts and Premature Celebrations

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By James Petras* | Sabbah Report | www.sabbah.biz Introduction Most accounts of the Arab revolts from Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Morocco, Yemen, Jordan, Bahrain, Iraq and elsewhere have focused on the most immediate causes: political dictatorships, unemployment, repression and the wounding and killing of protestors. They have given most attention to the "middle class", young, … [Read more...]

Middle East Intifadas

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By Stephen Lendman * | Sabbah Report | www.sabbah.biz Initially in Tunisia, popular revolt spread regionally across North Africa and the Middle East, erupting in Algeria, Jordan, Egypt and Yemen. On January 27, Al Jazeera reported revolutionary fervor in Egypt, saying: "On Thursday, protesters hurled petrol bombs at a fire station in Suez, setting it ablaze. They tried … [Read more...]

Yemen: Al Qaeda Presence Not Credible

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"Al Qaeda" Call For Attacks On America, Not Israel, Under Suspicion By Gordon Duff * | Sabbah Report | www.sabbah.biz The people of Yemen simply don't believe in Al Qaeda or Osama bin Laden, and for good reason. When Abdullah al-Faqih, professor of political science at Sana University told the New York Times, "We cannot differentiate between what is propaganda and … [Read more...]