Yemen: Protests and Food Insecurity

Yemen: Protests and Food Insecurity

There are 1 comment on the American Chronicle story from Feb 21, 2011, titled Yemen: Protests and Food Insecurity. In it, American Chronicle reports that:

We have seen the news flooding in about protests against the President of Yemen.

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#1 Mar 1, 2011
Well, Taiz protest organizer should realize that President Ali is our elected head of state and they should not hurl personal offending comments or dramatizing ugly image of the President in manner it offended his family members think if were in his place with your children and loves ones. In fact keep your critisim within political parameters may be focuss on failures, weaknesses in the system and so on. Courtesy demands that brothers. It is shameful to hurl personalof offending slogans of the head of the state in the manner I saw in Taiz.

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