And I am terrified that one day I will no longer be able to remember their names or their faces, or remember what happened. This is the question I keep asking myself every single day. And the things that once seemed like the whole world to me suddenly seem small now.
Today, I am alert to the fact that Yemen currently descending into civil war.
The current war in Yemen is not a moral battle for human rights, but a war that will further hurt my people and engulf the country that I love in ash and flame.
A 12-year-old Yemeni girl, headed to Los Banos California, was told that she could not board the plane that would reunite her with her American family after four years apart Her father, Ahmed Ali, flew to meet his daughter in Yemen and bring her home. "'Ahmed Ali became a citizen of the United States in 2010 and manages a shopping center in the Central Valley town of Los Banos, where he lives with his family.
He told the Mercury News: 'She asked me, "Why can't we go? Eman is just one of scores of people who were denied entrance to the United States over the weekend.
In 2011, after the Arab Spring began, I became swept up in the spirit of change and the quest for liberty.
Although, I received the same response as I had received my whole life about how "our women cannot get involved in such acts," I no longer listened.
On the other hand, the country has encountered serious issues that made me feel worried about future.