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who will be next seen in Raees and Dilwale, says Fatmaone of the thousands of protesters on the streets of Yemen She was speaking from the central protest squareChange Squarewhere government forces and tribal leaders in opposition had exchanged gunfire She was there on Sunday night She was there on Monday morning Even now there is no end in sight to the chaos that has engulfed her country About 18 people have been killed in the recent flare-up of violence in the capital Sanaa Time and againYemen makes news Last weekUmar Farouk Abdulmutallab pleaded guilty before a US federal court for attempting to blow up a transatlantic flight on Christmas Day 2009 The Nigerian Pants Bomber was trained by the Yemen-based Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) Over the weekendUS drones struck southern Yemenkilling members of the same outfit Yemen is Arabias poorest state The economy is strugglingthe governance is ineffectual Water and electricity are scarce in Sanaa Yemenis call for the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Salehbut he refuses to surrender control He refuses to be another fallen dictator of the Arab Spring But in change squares across the citythousands continue to gather Fridays are for both prayer and protest Southern Yemen in particular paints a scary picture: it has become a haven for al-Qaeda operatives It is their new sanctuaryand that hasnt gone unnoticed Reports from the two southern townshipsAbyan and Maribtell stories of frequent American drone attacks The most high-profile strike was less than a fortnight ago: Hellfire missiles rained on the car carrying al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlakias he was crossing into Yemen You wonderwhy Yemen Has Saleh failed to unite a tribal society that refuses to bow down to the state Is it because there is a division between the Shia north and the Sunni south Answers can be found in the haphazard unification of Yemen in 1990 The country was a pawn in the Cold War gamelike Vietnam and Korea The East-West rivalry saw southern Yemen allied with the Soviet Union and the north with the United States and Saudi Arabia The end of the Cold War resulted in two developments: a stronger north and a weaker south and a powerful Saleh And he developed the north at the expense of the south Saleh was then a skilful albeit cunning leader He courted and coerced tribal leaders of the north into forming alliances with his government Powerful tribesmen such as Abdullah bin Hussein al-Ahmar were allowed into the parliament Saleh also formed dubious business alliances with tribal leaders Togetherthis grouping was in a position to pressure the south and they did Since the unificationthe oil-rich south has become poorer and the north richer The Arab Springhoweverhas changed the dynamics Salehs policy of playing one tribe against the other has backfired His alliances have unravelled and key tribesmenlike the Ahmar clanhave withdrawn their support Their militias now battle the government in the capital Four months agoSalehs presidential palace was attacked and many attribute this to affiliates of the Ahmar confederation which commands large militias Yemen is now a land where the power centre has virtually collapsed A way out of this could be the power-transition initiative by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Under thisthere is the possibility for the emergence of new Yemen Fora key component of the deal is fair elections the Yemenis havent had this since the unification But Saleh is buying time He has gone back and forth on the dealfirst agreeing to sign and then backing off This is a dangerous situation in the veritable power vacuumthe country is on the edge The AQAP franchise has grown further in southern Yemen As the alliances that once held the country together unravel at an alarming pacethe north and south stand divided again Now it resembles the Yemen of the 1980s when warlords commanded control Territories are now claimed by tribes The country threatens to fall back into its civil war days In the chaos there is one clear victor: al-Qaeda The outfit continues to growaway from the gunfire that claims the lives of peaceful protesters calling for change in Yemens Change Square For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News 2011 12:23 am Related News Bleak state * For people besieged by scores of problems and crises, (Source: AP) Top News Russia’s lack of progress in cleaning up its doping culture and introducing a satisfactory testing regime continues to impede the country’s reinstatement to athletics, It also demanded the setting up of a police complaint authority (PCA), Online. The FIR was lodged at Sadar police station in Agra by RSS worker Ajit Chahar. alongside surprise performer Taylor.prospective buyers who would normally buy these would also use banks and money markets to raise the money for the purchase. Related News Actor Jackie Shroff, Share This Article Related Article According to a report published in Times Of India.

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