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In an interview with Qatari newspaper "Al Sharq" .. Karman: Expulsion of the coalition has become a popular demand

The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Tawakkol Karman, stressed that the expulsion of the Saudi-UAE alliance from Yemen has become a popular demand, pointing out that there is a growing conviction among Yemenis of the need to liberate their country from the alliance before al-Houthis.

In an interview with the Qatari newspaper Al-Sharq, Karman stressed that the secession of the south is a prelude to the fragmentation of Yemen into fragments in the face of the Gulf and even paves the way for divisions within Saudi Arabia itself, noting that the Yemenis are required to oust President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi and choose an alternative to complete the mission away from the alliance.
Karman considered the dialogue with the transitional is more dangerous than the coup itself, noting that Saudi Arabia is reaping the consequences of its retaliation and heading for the abyss, calling the UAE as a Saudi soldier and its advanced battalion.

 

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