Hundreds of Anti-government Protesters Stage Two Marches in Aden
Yemeni anti-government protesters demanding the ouster of the Yemeni President, Ali Abdullah Saleh, staged two separate marches in Aden on Tuesday, one was devoted for females and the other for males.
The Islah Islamic party, the largest opposition party in Yemen, organized two marches; the first was staged in Sheikh Othman District in the afternoon and devoted for females, while the second was conducted in Dar-Saad District in the evening and devoted for males. However, both of the marches were ended in the same place; The al Noor Square, where an open sit-in used to be staged by protesters demanding the overthrow of the Yemeni regime.
The participants chanted slogans against the last fatwa by loyalist Islamic clerics in the Yemeni capital a few days ago, demanding the drawal of the fatwa that “incites bloodsheds” as they say.
Banners and other chants of condemnation about the supression against the unarmed protesters in Sana’a and Taiz were raised in both of the marches, while other chants demanded the trial and execution to the Yemeni Presidnet Saleh.
These protests come in harmony with other protests in several Yemeni governorates in response to what is called “the day of the international support for the Yemeni revolution.”