june 30, 2012
Thousands of Yemeni protesters took to the streets in the capital Sana'a, stressing that they continue to protest until all revolution’s demands are met.
The people here also hailed the success of Egypt’s election after Mohammed Morsi was elected president.
Protesters chanted "Victory for Egypt is a victory for Yemen and the rest of the Arab world."
This protester who came from the United States said a true change has come to the Arab nations.
Youth protesters have condemned the recent political developments in Yemen and accused political parties of compromising the main demands of the revolution. The Friday Prayers Leader sent a message to President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi and the new government.
Many Yemenis view the victory of the Mulsim Brotherhood candidate in Egypt’s presidential election as the start of a newera, which will ultimately lead to the implementation of an Islamic Law throughout the Arab world.
The win of Mohammed Morsi in Egypt’s presidential election has rejuvenated the demands of the Youth protesters who have taken to the streets since last year calling for an end to the oppression.
Despite numerous attempts to sabotage the Youth Revolution, Youth protesters say they will continue to take to the streets every Friday until all their revolutionary demands are met.