Devastation of the followers Islam's prophet Muhammed

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    It is pretty simple to see if anyone is really looking. The road these Islamic states took led them down this path long ago.

    Yemen: a place of hunger and misery

    Published on 4 January 2017 in Report
    Yasser Rayes (author)
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    Mohanned, 5 years old, lies on a bed in the Abs hospital in Hajjah, a governorate in Yemen which has some of the highest numbers of severely and acutely malnourished children. (Photo © UNICEF/Fuad)

    Hunger is the most dominant thought on Yemenis minds during this period. After months of living without their salaries, the public sector employees, the majority of employees in Yemen, are living in dire conditions. Neither the cabinet of the Internationally-recognized president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi nor Ansar Allah and the GPC’s power-sharing government, called the Supreme Political Council, have been able to pay the monthly YER 75 Billion salaries. Most Yemeni’s are living in very difficult and miserable conditions.

    People are not able to pay their rent, utilities and hospital bills or for groceries. I spoke to Aleena Abdullah who has been collecting charity and Zakat for years and distributing it to all those who are in need including the homeless, orphans and the needy.

    Talking about how things changed for her philanthropy activities during the past two years she said “Now people have consumed their savings and all they had stashed, some people sold their gold.”...more at link
     
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    What has their faith in a false prophet and warring between tribes brought them since 1948?

    From their eyes: The 1962 revolution
    Published on 27 September 2012 in Report
    Samar Qaed (author), Samar Qaed (photographer), Amal Al-Yarisi (author)
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    “Seeing how other people improved their countries and what they have achieved in comparison to what Yemenis have achieved, I prefer not to talk about the 1962 revolution.” —Mohammed Al-Aryani

    Names of prominent people who participated in the 26 September revolution are kept alive through history. Those revolutionaries struggled very much to eliminate the imams’ regime and to move Yemen into a new period—away from the time of tyranny, illiteracy and outdated social norms.

    Still today, revolutionaries are able to relive the details of the revolution—50 years old—that turned Yemen into a republic.


    An extension of 1948’s revolution

    General Mohammed Abdullah Al-Aryani recalls many details of the revolution and also of the events that attempted to change its direction.

    “The 1962 revolution wasn’t a first attempt to uproot the imams but an extension of the 1948 revolution aimed to uproot Yahia Hameed Al-Din’s regime and the attempts aimed to get rid of Imam Ahmed in 1956,” Al-Aryani said.

    When Imam Ahmed’s regime toppled, the tribesmen didn’t accept it, so they tried many times to oust the new regime and bring imams back, he said...................more at link
     
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    Well they breed like rats on Viagra. There certainly isn't a shortage of them.
     
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    Check out this hottie from Afghanistan in the 70s before those fuck head Taliban took over. What do suppose they would do to her now?

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    Perhaps not quite as important as your OP, I found this fact quite telling about the culture:

    "Greece annually translates five times more books from English than the entire Arab world, and currently, 65 million Arab adults are illiterate. These sobering statistics are thanks to the U.N.’s first Arab Human Development Report published back in 2002 which I found in Thomas Friedman’s recent Op-Ed in the New York Times.
    ....unemployment, misgovernance, environmental degradation, limited rights for women—the statistics that stood out the most to me centered around the issue of literacy. 65 million illiterate people is quite a few for a region composed of 22 countries. "
    A Note on Arabic Literacy and Translation - ALTA Language Services
    Opinion | Green Shoots in Palestine
     
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    That is important too. The more people can learn to read the better.
     
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    One has to consider that the leaders don't wish their adherents to learn to read anything but the Q'ran.
     
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    Yes and the money that goes along with their prestige of being so called religious experts and already having a measure of control.
     
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