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Monday, September 19, 2011

Clashes resume in Yemen after 26 protesters killed

More death and mayhem in the Muslim world.

Things have been calm in Yemen for about a minute, but more protesters were killed by the Government forces.

Just another day in Islam as Muslims Kill Muslims.

Government forces and fighters backing protesters seeking President Ali Abdullah Saleh's ouster clashed anew with rocket and machine gun fire in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on Monday a day after 26 demonstrators were shot dead.

Sunday's violence, jolting an uneasy, weeks-long stalemate, was the worst in recent months. Hundreds of people in an anti-government march were wounded as well when security forces fired on protesters who charged police lines.

Opposition organizers called for more action on Monday, rousing sleeping protesters who have been camped in Sanaa's Change Square for eight months to demand an end to 33 years of autocratic Saleh rule in impoverished Yemen.

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