Sunday, May 3, 2009

Yemen heading for another civil war

Calls for separatism and acts of sabotage and chaos targeting Yemen's unity and security have been set aside for rejection by the whole Arab world. Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa stressed on his alert of Yemen's unity and stability, and said that Yemen's unity characterizes one of the significant accomplishments in the region.

"Arab League certain that Yemeni people are able to confront all attempts targeting Yemen's unity and stability," said Amr Moussa during a phone call with Yemeni Foreign Minister Abu Bakr Al-Girbi said. "Yemeni people are able to accomplish civil peace and social solidarity among the sons of one homeland," Moussa added.

In the same context, Arab newspapers editor in chiefs called on the Arab states to take a decisive stand against the calls for separatism appeared lately in Yemen. They stressed on the necessity of the Arab's efforts to eradicate such a word of separatism from the Yemeni society and the Arab countries as well.

In this regard, Al-Sharg Al-Awsat editor in chief, Tarig Al-Hamid, warned the Arab States that separation Cancer in the Arab World was waiting for people who could motivate it under the disloyalty to the homeland. "The idea of segregation in Yemen must have an end," Al-Hamid said. "The differences inside the one country whatever its size mustn't be ended by the demolition of the temple." MORE ON YEMENPOST.NET

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