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Nasser Arrabyee
Yemeni Journalist, Film-maker. Owner and Director of Media Production Company (Yemen Alaan, meaning Yemen now ) Sanaa, Yemen
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Nasser Arrabyee 13m
Laying wreath at the tomb of Yemen’s late President Saleh Samad who was killed by US-Saudi airstrike while visiting Hodeida city on April 2018. Minister of communication & all his staff laid the wreath at the tomb today in Sanaa.
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From "Defeating ISIS" by , Wahab influence on extremist ideology.
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Pile Of Garbage 7h
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It truly is a fucked state of affairs that sovereign armed forces can launch air strikes against other sovereign nations without being held accountable for their actions or even explaining themselves.
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Nasser Arrabyee 7h
This is some of the”so dangerous highly valuable sites” that were destroyed yesterday by US-Saudi airstrikes inYemeni capital Sanaa! Normal houses of starving Yemenis under brutal bombings for about 5 years! More than 24 US-Saudi airstrikes hit many civil places in Sanaa, north
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Nasser Arrabyee 9h
US-Saudi war criminals said they destroyed all Yemen drones capability,after they killed civilians destroyed their properties in Sanaa by 24 airstrikes last night 1 week after their aggression in early 2015, they said they had destroyed all military might! Wait and see!
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Nasser Arrabyee 10h
This is the house of the Yemeni citizen Abdul Hamid Al Hawali. He was sleeping inside his house here in northern outskirt of Sanaa yesterday with all his family members! They all miraculously survived US-Saudi airstrikes that reduced the house & neighboring houses to rubbles.
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Nasser Arrabyee 10h
This is how US-Saudi war criminals burnt Yemeni capital Sanaa, They bombed it with 24 airstrikes! Killing innocent civilians, destroying houses, food, sponge factories! The Yemen-made powerful drones are safe, Saudis would never ever know where?
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Luca Lombardi 11h
Sauditi criminali assassini.
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وضاح اليمن 10h
New victims of of 's barbaric regime.
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Nasser Arrabyee 12h
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مرهفة !
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Nasser Arrabyee 13h
3 Yemeni civilians at least were killed &7injured by 24 US-Saudi airstrikes on Sanaa city last night: They hit houses and food&sponge factories, empty hangar&Sanaa airport. Indiscriminate & hysterical strikes in south, north and east and middle of Sanaa! Looking for drones!!
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Nasser Arrabyee 23h
Saudi war prisoner appeals for his government to rescue him After doctors told him he might die soon if not treated outside Yemen. Saudis ignore their war prisoners being held in Yemen to avoid embarrassment! Saudis & UAE refuse prisoners swap & even more they never admit!
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Rizwana_Kareem 24h
The American military has trained UAE fighter pilots for combat missions in Yemen, reported by . Docs revealed that UAE pilots and crew were prepared for the Yemen conflict by US instructors under the UAE’s “F-16 pilot training program".
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Rep. Ro Khanna Jan 18
This will be the first time in history a war powers resolution has been passed in both the House and the Senate in opposition to the White House. We need to bring the war in Yemen to an end.
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JehanHakimجيهان حكيم Jan 19
This is what we fight for! Invoke the act. We MUST end US support to the Saudi-led coalition that's been bombing with the help of the US for almost four years!
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T.J. (Fake Christian Finder) Jan 19
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Nasser Arrabyee Jan 19
This is the tomb of the late Yemeni President Saleh Samad. Who was killed with 6 of his bodyguards, by US-Saudi airstrike while visiting Hodeida city in April 2018 The tomb is located here in the country’s largest square in Sanaa. Yemenis will never ever forget their martyrs
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Frank McMains📍 Jan 19
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Politikḗ Jan 19
How the US exports democracy:
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Dietrich Klose Jan 18
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