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Dalia’s Demonstration of Today: 1 killed – 4 injured

Posted by FREE ADEN on July 25, 2009


Mohammed Saleh Murshed ( from Al Azlah area) was killed today by the Yemen occupation forces and other 4 injured including a Yemen solder of the occupation forces that was injured by another solder because he did not agree on shooting on protesters. This was a result of this morning’s demonstration , Saturday 25/7/2009, when occupation forces fired on the peaceful gathering to condemn the Zinjibar Massacre on the 23/7/2009.


Moreover, the occupation forces crashed into the “ Dar Al Diyafah” which was engaged by teachers & students from neighboring distracts near by Dalia’ which created an anger among the local protesters.


In addition, there was a demonstration in the Habilain area where protesters went out to condemn the massacre of Abyan.



By: Free Aden.


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