Our Republic in the Light of New Developments (2)


The intrinsic motives in the lives of peoples are the final word that fulfills their active existence, and no people can be liberated or rise up, and turn the scales in their favour, except with the zeal, awareness and sincerity of those motives, as the Prince of Poets Shawqi said:

And for the nations in the blood of every free person

owed debt owed

And who watered and drank with the fountains

So the free people were not watered and watered

He does not build kingdoms like victims

He does not bring me the rights, nor does he give me the right

In the dead for life’s generations

And among the captives, a ransom was given to them

There is a door for red freedom

With every outdated hand it beats

tip the scales

This battle that we are waging today was not our choice, but rather it was imposed on us, and whoever broke our national consensus with his coup d’état, which transformed the lives of Yemenis between funeral processions, displacement camps, kidnapped mothers, and diaspora countries, is the one who bears the burden and the results of this war in the first place.

He makes the days of the year occasions for sectarian mobilization and mobilization for his absurd wars. He does not take a path to peace unless his thorns are crushed and his flag is lowered.

Yemenis know him well, as he is an extension of an intrusive Imami project, if they turn a blind eye to his crimes and terrorism in our neighborhood because of his professionalism in lying and deception, and their poor awareness of his danger to their present and future in all stages of the conflict, and then unite to confront it.

Nothing unites Yemenis, motivates themselves, and motivates them to tip the scales in the face of the myth of the Imamate, like the myth of the Imamate itself. Evidence abounds for those who were deceived by its deception and lies, then corrected their path and triumphed over the national self.

We mention a stage of the struggle with this racist myth in which the national self rose up between ebb and flow until it turned the scales, and thwarted the bets of its identification with the Imamate or surrender to it.

national movement

And it starts from the thirties of the twentieth century, the beginning of the formation of the nucleus of the national movement, to the great republican victory with the eternal epic of the seventy days.

The struggle began in the groans of the depressed, and ended with the genie of the revolution at the dawn of September 26, 62 AD, which changed the face of Yemen. The revolutionaries did not abandon their young republic, which they renewed on the 14th of October 63AD from the stubborn Radfan mountains against the British colonialists.

The Republic, in the north and south, entered another path after the remnants of the Imamate returned with unlimited British support within a regional international alliance that sought to abort the nascent republic. Egypt, with its leadership and army, had a transformative role in stabilizing the republican system after the revolution, but the Egyptian forces left Yemen in August 67 AD after the tripartite aggression against Egypt and the Yemenis were left to their destiny in determining their fate.

The republican areas fell quickly from Saada and Hajjah until the siege was imposed on Sanaa with its small geography at the time.

Zero options

The historic meeting of the republican components in the house of Field Marshal Abdullah al-Sallal is the ember of the volcano of the civilized republic’s uprising to confront challenges and break the siege. The slogan “The Republic or Death” was the great title of the uprising and renaissance of the national self.

The republicans held out for seventy days and overcame the enemy and its numbers exceeded them seven times, and all of this was reflected on the Yemeni entity in all regions and within the imam remnants themselves, so the Sheba tribes moved, at the forefront of which was Sheikh Ahmed Abd Rabbo Al-Awadi and the men of Al-Bayda, and Sheikh Hamoud Al-Sabri, Sheikh Ahmed Ali Al-Matari and those with them moved Sheikh Ali Wahban Al-Ali, may God have mercy on them all, cooperated with them.

We do not forget that the captains from the house of Al-Adhari, the house of Mahdi and the house of Abu Ghanem, and some of the captains of the house of Sinan, the Harun family and the Al-Halali family from Bani Al-Harith with the tribes supporting the Imamate.

Sheikh Qassem Munasser changed his position and joined his followers from Bani Hashish in the revolution, and after arguments with the leadership of the Imamate remnants, the treacherous Sheikh turned and withdrew with the Khawlan tribes.

And also what the historian, Abdullah Mabkhout, mentioned on the authority of Sheikh Ahmed Hamid Al-Habbari, who said to those with him during the siege of Sana’a: “He who goes to take hazelnuts has two French riyals, and whoever remains with him has one riyal.” The result is known to them after hearing these words.

Colonel Ahmed Zaher and dignitaries in the city of Ibb, during a September symposium organized by the “Sada” organization in Marib in 2017, remember the units carrying volunteers from Aden, Lahj and Al-Dhalea and passing from the city center towards Sana’a to lift the siege on it. It is the Yemeni self when it rises.

The sheikhs moved to Saudi Arabia after an official invitation to them through Sheikh Abdullah bin Hussein, and the Imamis prepared an ambush for them between Ma’rib and Shabwa via Al-Hubaili and the British.

I still remember verses mentioned by Sheikh Sinan Abu Lahoum in his memoirs part 2, of Sheikh Al-Dahab when he was late for them and did not realize the jeep that carried the sheikhs from Qaifa towards the tribes of Murad and then Ubaidah to reach the border.. Sheikh Al-Dahab searched for Wanet and his tires sank in the sand, so he chanted:

We trust in God.

Thee what I wish but his intent.

he guarana red herring,

And focused on the door of his house.

Sheikh Al-Dhahab means ‘Alunit’, which is one of the first cars and means of transportation to enter Yemen. The ‘Ring’ is a red paint.

This was the fruit of the uprising of the national self at the time, and the goal of mentioning the evidence is not a historical narrative so that some people will not find anything in themselves. Rather, the goal was to clarify the self of the right when it rises, it fulfills its identity, republic, and kinship and disavows association with any intruder project.

It was the uprising of the patriotic self that compensated for the shortage in the number of republicans and their promise, and thwarted the bets of the Imamis, despite the difference in number and equipment in their favour, nearly seven times.

We must awaken the national self to be resurrected.

Because it is firmness in confrontation, determination in struggle, positivity and hope in discourse… It is the wisdom and acumen to let down and neutralize.

The myth of the Imamate today vanishes and becomes naked as it has never happened before, and it is the last version of the Imamate, even if it is the dirtiest. But its strength lies in the social and tribal force under its grip that has been let down and converted to Islam since Saada was stripped of the republican body in the eighties until today.

The great challenge today in front of the Republican class is to disengage the hidden Yemeni self and the myth of the Imamate, with a tender media intellectual discourse, and a responsible communication mechanism with Yemenis of all stripes, filled with feelings of kinship and citizenship, which push for a comprehensive move to awaken the self.

“Yemen” is a magic recipe if it is included in the public and private discourse, and action is based on it. It is capable of reviving the feelings of belonging to Yemen in the heart of every Yemeni.

In addition, “Yemen”, emotionally and mentally, is a dangerous rallying sign that the Imamis use falsely because they know its influence in winning the hearts of Yemenis.

The Yemeni self that arouses is the legal personality of the Yemeni whose achievements were recorded by history as miracles, when he overcame the difficulty of geography, with his self-esteem, and built his civilization for thousands of years, so that the Yemeni himself today is the one who emanates from the altar of history.

Carrying the flag of the Republic, a fighter in all fields,

Once again, the positions of the Yemenis through the stages of their heroic, honorable, self-centered history.

This is the Yemeni self, and this is the Yemeni one who is striving to add the next great victory to the record of his miracles that filled the ears and eyes of history, God willing.

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