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Doctors attempt to save life of shot civilian http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hx-MFcyck4&feature=related
The father of the unarmed civilian youth shot in the head, Mohammed Mouneer, saying his good byes to his son in the hospital before his son is buried,
I try not to get emotional about this work, try to save lives ... but that video above was the first picture that made me cry. Mohammed Mouneer's father will never see grandchildren or whether Mohammed becomes an engineer, finish his studies. There is nothing that can justify a life so young cut so senselessly and poignantly short.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gk2TIuDPF3I&oref=http://www.facebook.com/l.php%3Fu%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.youtube.com%252Fwatch%253Fv%253DGk2TIuDPF3I%26h%3Da913d& Footage of causality, man in 30s shot in the head, hole in scull, possibly the deputy director of the electric company in Aden, died
Doctors trying to save another civilian shot in the head with bullet, scull damage, died Aden http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuizRemPNi4&feature=related
Repost of Aden video of citizens trying to get an injured man bleeding on the street care and being shot at http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=167530036629551&comments
Ambulances are blocked and the humanitarian aid convoy from Taiz is blocked.
Yemen Times on the latest, plus one of our videos featured on Yemen Rights Monitor was used for photo on Yemen Times. According to Yemen Times, two people whose names are on the Feb25 death toll on this blog were shot in the head in their own homes.
Amnesty International said yesterday it had received reports that security forces in Aden refused to allow residents to take the injured to hospital after Central Security forces fired on anti-government protesters on Friday." -Yemen Times
Halima with the mayor of the Hague, and a delegate from Madbakh of Toronto, in the Hague, Netherlands!!!! (Below, Michael Ignatieff at a Madbakh Women International event).
Halima with Her Excellency Queen Elizabeth II of England (far bottom).
So Halima Saad, our executive director, and a colleague of ours went as delegate to the metropolis conference in the Netherlands. They gave a presentation on Madbakh Women, both the local initiative empowering visible minority immigrants in Toronto, and the hospital in Borama.
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