Postcards from the Yemen Uprising

by Mohamed Saleh Al Haj

[Green Uprising: Plastic bottles used to construct a tent. The colors reflect the Yemeni Flag. Image by Mohamed Al Haj]
[Green Uprising: Plastic bottles used to construct a tent. The colors reflect the Yemeni Flag. Image by Mohamed Al Haj]

[This series of images from Sana’a, Yemen was taken by Dr. Mohamed Al Haj of Sana’a University during June, 2011.]

[A man with his daughter on their way to protests, Friday, June 3rd]

 

[Protesters praying]

 

[Yemeni children climbing an armored vehicle]

 

[Two generations of protesters]

 

[A poster commemorating Abdallah Ali al-Sumri (1991-2011)]

 

[ A man passing by the makeshifyt cafeteria whose wall is covered with posters of martyrs]

 

[Protesters resting in one of the tents]

 

[Protesters reading newspapers]

 

[One of the rest tents]

 

[At the tent for university staff]

 

[A protester with his two children]


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