This video from the USA is called Thousands Demand Ouster Of Yemen’s President.
Inspired by the Egyptian people’s overthrow of Hosni Mubarak, protests continued to spread in the Middle East on Monday, as Washington scrambled to reassure Israel and pro-US regimes in the region of its continued support. For a fourth straight day, demonstrators in cities throughout Yemen clashed with security forces and mobs of plainclothes policemen and hired thugs posing as supporters of the US-backed government of President Ali Abdullah Saleh: here.
Large numbers of workers in Egypt’s main cities staged strikes and street demonstrations yesterday for better wages and working conditions, and the removal of corrupt state-enterprise managers promoted under Mubarak: here.
In One Slice of a New Egypt, Few Are Focusing on Religion: here.
“Egypt’s new military government faces workers who are no longer so afraid of authority”: here.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has announced elections, a cabinet reshuffle and the resignation of Saeb Erekat, its chief negotiator with Israel. It is the desperate reaction of a regime in crisis, trying to forestall the spread of the mass movements that have toppled Tunisia’s Ben Ali and Egypt’s Mubarak: here.
Sarah Leah Whitson of Human Rights Watch describes violent police attacks on peaceful demonstrators in Yemen: here.
Bahrain Protest: CORRECTION – Fahdel Ali Al Matrook injured Mon, died today: here.
Clashes at Protest for Second Day in Bahrain: here.
Ma`an News Agency – “A group of well respected religious scholars in Gaza City congratulated the Egyptian people on `ending the tyranny and injustice` of the nation`s former president, and called on the new leadership to continue the trend by opening the Rafah crossing”: here.