Sunday, October 04, 2009

Yemen president visits displaced Jewish families

President Ali Abdullah Saleh

These families moved to San'a before the murder of Moshe al-Nahari last December. Only now, it seems, is the President is taking interest in their plight, Saba News reports:

SANA'A, Oct. 04 (Saba)- President Ali Abdullah Saleh paid on Sunday a visit to the tourist city in Sana'a capital to inspect condition of the Yemeni displaced Jewish families.

The families are living now in the city after they left their houses in al Saleem region of Saada province due to terrorist attacks by elements of terrorism and sabotage in the province.

The families appreciated visit of the president Saleh and his care for them as they subjected to attacks by outlaw elements of al-Houthi.

President Saleh gave orders to offer financial support for these families, affirming concern of the government with them like other Yemeni citizens.

He confirmed that the state would end the strife in Saada to insure security and peace for citizens of Saada.

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