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  • Already in 2009 regular demonstrations against social abuses took place in Sana'a.

  • Propaganda stand at the Midan at-Tahrir in Sana'a, the square of the pro-Saleh people.

  • Saleh supporter at the Midan at-Tahrir.

  • Soldiers in al-Qa' al Yahud.

  • Saleh supporter at the friday prayers in the Abdollah Saleh Mosque.

  • A makeshift hospital in a former mosque at Change Square.

  • Teargas victim at october 15th in Sana'a, a particular violent day for the anti-regime demonstrators.

  • Teargas victim at Change Square. The teargas makes people shake without control and brings people in coma.

  • Prayers at Change Square after a demonstration.

  • Two men at Change Square sit before a poster with Che Guavara and Saddam Hussein.

  • Sana'a-Fridayprayers of the opposition at sixteen street.

  • Al-Hasabah - The heavely damaged compound of the al-Ahmar family, the leaders of the mighty Hashid tribal federation, which is against Saleh.

  • Al-Hasabah - Tribal followers of Hamid and Sadiq al-Ahmar chewing free qat at the al-Ahmar compound.

  • Change Square - A woman is going to pray at the grave of her brother, who is killed by the regime.

  • In october and november 2011 heavy (mortar) shooting between the followers of al-Ahmar in al-Hasaba and the government took place in Sana'a during the night.