Noon Arabia · September, 2011

Yemeni by birth, Egyptian by choice, Arab by identity and a global citizen. A Political Science graduate with a minor in Economics, a blogger and activist for humanity and justice with a passion for arts, politics and poetry.
Blog: Notes by Noon
Twitter handle: @noonarabia

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Latest posts by Noon Arabia from September, 2011

Yemen: Bloodbath in Sanaa as Saleh Returns

  24 September 2011

More than a 100 Yemenis have been killed and 700 injured as the government continues its war against protesters calling for a regime change. Yesterday saw the return of president Ali Abdulla Saleh, who spent three months recuperating in a Saudi hospital, following a failed assassination attempt.

Yemen to the Rest of the World: Silence Kills!

  18 September 2011

Yemenis have been protesting for democracy and dignity since February 11. Their struggle is being faced with excessive violence by the regime and a deafening silence from the world. Noon Arabia tells us what is happening in Yemen through the eyes and words of ordinary Yemenis in this post.

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