Revolution and foreign intervention in the Arab world


This video is called Thousands Demand Ouster Of Yemen’s President.

At least 46 workers were killed and scores more wounded in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen, when security forces opened fire on a march of tens of thousands demanding an end to the dictatorial regime of President Ali Abdullah Saleh: here.

Dozens of protesters die in Yemen: here.

The World Socialist Web Site categorically opposes any military intervention in Libya. The drive toward war has nothing to do with the humanitarian pretexts offered up by the major powers. Rather, it represents the violent imperialist subjugation of a former colony: here.

Fisk on Libya: “It is all wearingly familiar… we are back at it again, banging our desks in spiritual unity”: here.

West coming to save Libya? But we were Gaddafi’s best mate less than a month ago: here.

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6 thoughts on “Revolution and foreign intervention in the Arab world

  1. For weeks activists there have been calling for political reform and for Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen’s president, to step down. The regime, in power for more than 30 years, has responded with a typically heavy-handed crackdown and then apologies for the deaths that have occurred.

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