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Last updated: 04:46:56 PM GMT(+03) Thursday, 10, November, 2011
 
 

Yemen Revolution Update Nov 10, 2011

 
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Taiz:
In the early hours of the morning several injured arrived at the town's main hospital to receive treatment.
All through the night snipers loyal to the government kept shooting at passers-by in Hayel Street using the darkness as cover.
People in Taiz were extremely angry at the government today as yesterday and today brought another many injured to the hospital.
Protesters are calling for the fall of President Saleh accusing the international community of doing nothing to stop the regime.
http://youtu.be/jR2T6m1uS00
"Zenga Zenga was chorused by demonstrators as they willingly used the murdered Libyan dictator's rant in addressing President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
They also chanted their support for Sana'a urging their fellow revolutionaries to keep the course and stay strong.
Shelling of Sheikh Hamood Al Miklhalfy's home in Rawdha today in Taiz: http://youtu.be/yYWBd9pwemI
Casualties: 1 child killed and 10 protesters were injured.
A clip of the Revolution: http://youtu.be/wdAESURExec
http://youtu.be/Ht80Xi2tFXc The Youth Movement message to the World.
http://youtu.be/hCmXabDo_8M A Taiz is a shadow of its former self, with proofs of destruction everywhere.

 

Sana'a
Protesters in "Change Square" are once again gathering in their tens of thousands warning that if nothing is done today, they will take things further, forcing Saleh out if the international community cannot.
Banners in support of Taiz were being held and several Saleh puppets were seen hanging on a rope, symbolizing the death of the dictator.
Despite the growing danger of abduction and torture many women and children are still present in the Square, making the encampment looks like a family affair at times.
As many protesters said: "all Yemen is out to demand his [Saleh] departure…men, women, children…old and young."
As predicted today's march in Sana'a was punctuated by clashes between the government forces and the demonstrators, leading to many being transported to the Square's makeshift hospital.
http://youtu.be/_-9UL5pF5iw (on this video, several protesters are seen injured)
Al-Zubayry Street today in Sana'a: http://youtu.be/KG7mBoP-uG4 gunshots can be heard in the distance.
http://youtu.be/znpOettdNKM in this video protesters are seen rejecting any immunity clause for Saleh and his family members.
Demonstrators are chanting "God is Great" as they march through Sana'a in both an act of defiance and a mean to give each other courage.
More than ever women are seen in the march all clad in black demanding their rights to choose their government to be respected.
Similar marches across the country were being staged in Dhamar, Ibb, Mukallah and Aden.
Casualty report: a dozen of injuries but no death so far.

 

 

 

 

 


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