Women in Sana'a continue to bake bread for the revolutionaries writing Leave on top of them. Women in Yemen have turned out to be not only a support for the Youth movement but a real driving force, inspiring many revolutionaries with their courage and determination.
Yemen is realizing what fantastic women they have in their midst.
Many tribesmen present at "Change Square" who are extremely conservative are starting to see women in a different ligh, aware that they are too fighting for their country's freedom and that Yemen belongs to all.
Residents in Beit Buss could hear earlier this afternoon some shelling coming from a distance not too sure where exactly it was coming from.
Large demonstrations are planned throughout the capital as protesters are not allowing this new power-transfer failure to dent their resolve.
"We are not still here, we are still strong," said a Youth activist.
Several protesters are concerned as many rumors stating that President Saleh is getting yet more troops and military equipment within the capital are circulating.
Sources: Facebook News of the Revolution
The city of Taiz has just witnessed the biggest protest in the history of the country condemning Saleh’s crimes while chanting slogans against killing women, children, and civilians.
The protesters gathered at two locations, the first location is at Aldhabab valley in millions for protesters coming from the countryside of the city, where they headed towards the western entrance of the city. The second gathering point was freedom square for the youth of city.
The city of Taiz is considered to be the heart of the Youth Revolution which pushed the regime to use the excessive force of power against civilians in an attempt to weaken and abort the revolution. Yet, the youth grow stronger and show resilience with every attack.
The mass protest was attacked by security forces at the Dhabab checkpoint. Four protests wounded during the attack, while protesters continue their rally despite the attack. However, the second protest roomed the city but no causalities were reported.
Demonstrators throughout Yemen are said to be preparing unprecedented marches throughout the nation despite fears of an armed conflict and further violence against protesters, arguing that fear was not a good enough reason to stop fighting for their beliefs.
"Freedom is worth everything" said some Youth. "We love Yemen we are Yemen" they added.
More tribesmen in Ibb, hodeidah, al-Baydah, Hadramaut, and everywhere else for that matter are joining the peaceful revolution paying tribute to the Youth resilience and saying that they wanted too to fight for a better Yemen a united Yemen.