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In 2011, he played a significant role in peaceful demonstrations against Ali Abdullah Saleh, helping run a media centre in Sana'a's Change Square.As Reprieve's Yemen Project Coordinator Baraa interviewed witnesses and civilian victims of US airstrikes around Yemen, including people from Rada'a, Khashamir, Wessab, ...
In 2015, for instance, the families of imam Salem bin Ali Jaber and his police officer nephew, Walid Abdullah bin Ali Jaber, filed a wrongful death suit in Washington against the U.S. and a spate of individuals after the two were unjustly killed in a drone raid in the village of Khashamir, Yemen, on August 29th, ...

The remnants of a US drone strike on August 29, 2012 in Khashamir, Yemen · Expand. The remnants of a US drone strike on August 29, 2012 in Khashamir, Yemen. The strike killed three alleged members of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, a policeman, and a cleric who preached against the armed ...
Courts Must Hold Executive Branch Accountable For Drone Strikes. 07/19/2017 07:35 pm ET Updated Jul 19, 2017. In 2012, the bin Ali Jaber family gathered in Khashamir, Yemen, for a wedding celebration. Ahmed Salem bin Ali Jaber (Salem) was asked to deliver a guest sermon, which challenged al Qaeda to justify its ...
In late August 2012, an imam by the name of Salem bin Ali Jaber travelled with his family from Mukalla to the town of Khashamir in Yemen's eastern Hadhramout governorate to attend a relative's wedding. Known for his eloquent sermons and anti-extremist sentiments, Salem was invited to lead prayers at ...
They claimed the deaths were collateral damage in an August, 2012, Hellfire missile attack by a US drone in the eastern Yemeni village of Khashamir targeting three extremists, court papers said. Salem had recently preached against al-Qaida and brought Waleed, his nephew, along for protection to a ...

One balmy August night in 2012, a US drone strike killed five men gathered behind a mosque in Khashamir, a village in southeast Yemen. Three were suspected members of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). The other two were pillars of their community. One was Salim bin Ali Jaber, a cleric who ...
Faisal bin Ali Jaber, who lost his brother-in-law Salim, a preacher, and his nephew Waleed, a police officer, in the strike on the village of Khashamir on 29 August, 2012, is calling on Germany to accept legal and political responsibility for the US drone war in Yemen and to ban the use of Ramstein for such ...
Take the story of Salem Ben Ahmed ben Salem Ali Jaber, who died along with four others following a drone strike on the village of Khashamir in August 2012. A father of seven, Jaber was a popular imam and teacher, who had explicitly condemned al Qaeda and urged others to dismiss the organization.
For Faisal Ahmed bin Ali Jaber, 54, and his rural village of Khashamir in Yemen's eastern Hadhramaut province, one deadly accident continues to exact a heavy toll. Last year the community was hit by a lethal drone strike, killing family members. Today the villagers still suffer their loss, and from mental ...
In 2015, for instance, the families of imam Salem bin Ali Jaber and his police officer nephew, Walid Abdullah bin Ali Jaber, filed a wrongful death suit in Washington against the U.S. and a spate of individuals after the two were unjustly killed in a drone raid in the village of Khashamir, Yemen, on August 29th, ...
The remnants of a US drone strike on August 29, 2012 in Khashamir, Yemen · Expand. The remnants of a US drone strike on August 29, 2012 in Khashamir, Yemen. The strike killed three alleged members of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, a policeman, and a cleric who preached against the armed ...
In 2012, the bin Ali Jaber family gathered in Khashamir, Yemen, for a wedding celebration. Ahmed Salem bin Ali Jaber (Salem) was asked to ...
Faisal's relatives, Salem bin Ali Jaber and Waleed bin Ali Jaber, were back in their native village of Khashamir for a wedding. Salem was an ...
In late August 2012, an imam by the name of Salem bin Ali Jaber travelled with his family from Mukalla to the town of Khashamir in Yemen's ...
In late August 2012, an imam by the name of Salem bin Ali Jaber travelled with his family from Mukalla to the town of Khashamir in Yemen's ...
... August, 2012, Hellfire missile attack by a US drone in the eastern Yemeni village of Khashamir targeting three extremists, court papers said.

The remnants of a US drone strike on August 29, 2012 in Khashamir, Yemen. The strike killed three alleged members of Al-Qaeda in the ...
... Sana, the nation's capital, to discuss why a drone had targeted and killed five men meeting under a palm tree in Khashamir after dark on Aug.
A little over two years ago my family and I were forced to collect their remains after a drone attack on our hometown of Khashamir killed them ...
... of Salem Ahmed bin Ali Jaber, the cleric, and Waleed bin Ali Jaber, his cousin, the sole traffic police officer in their village of Khashamir.
29, 2012 in the eastern Yemeni village of Khashamir when Hellfire missiles were fired from a U.S. drone near the local mosque, according to ...
... were killed in a drone strike while meeting representatives of al-Qaida in the Arab Peninsula in the village of Khashamir on 29 August 2012.
... who lost his brother-in-law Salim, a preacher, and his nephew Waleed, a police officer, in the strike on the village of Khashamir on 29 August, ...
In Khashamir, every man, woman, and child has seen the photos of Salim and Walid Jaber, the cleric and policeman, after they were struck by drone-launched missiles. The images show the men's bodies charred and in pieces—relatives said they identified Salim Jaber by his cheekbone, and Walid Jaber ...
For Faisal Ahmed bin Ali Jaber, 54, and his rural village of Khashamir in Yemen's eastern Hadhramaut province, one deadly accident continues ...
In 2012, the bin Ali Jaber family gathered in Khashamir, Yemen, for a wedding celebration. Ahmed Salem bin Ali Jaber (Salem) was asked to ...
Faisal's relatives, Salem bin Ali Jaber and Waleed bin Ali Jaber, were back in their native village of Khashamir for a wedding. Salem was an ...
In late August 2012, an imam by the name of Salem bin Ali Jaber travelled with his family from Mukalla to the town of Khashamir in Yemen's ...
At issue is an August 2012 drone strike in Khashamir, Yemen, that killed Salem bin Ali Jaber, a local imam known for preaching against al ...
The remnants of a US drone strike on August 29, 2012 in Khashamir, Yemen. The strike killed three alleged members of Al-Qaeda in the ...
... Sana, the nation's capital, to discuss why a drone had targeted and killed five men meeting under a palm tree in Khashamir after dark on Aug.
... a quest for justice since his brother-in-law and nephew were killed in a U.S. drone strike at a village mosque in Khashamir, Yemen in 2012.
A little over two years ago my family and I were forced to collect their remains after a drone attack on our hometown of Khashamir killed them ...
29, 2012 in the eastern Yemeni village of Khashamir when Hellfire missiles were fired from a U.S. drone near the local mosque, according to ...
... who lost his brother-in-law Salim, a preacher, and his nephew Waleed, a police officer, in the strike on the village of Khashamir on 29 August, ...
The strike in Khashamir is one of six unacknowledged US military attacks against alleged AQAP members in Yemen that this report examines.
For Faisal Ahmed bin Ali Jaber, 54, and his rural village of Khashamir in Yemen's eastern Hadhramaut province, one deadly accident continues ...
A Yemeni man who says his brother-in-law and nephew were killed in a U.S. drone strike on the village of Khashamir in 2012 has launched a historic lawsuit against the Obama administration.
Jaber, an engineer, spoke to ABC News about the alleged drone strike, which he says took place on Aug. 29, 2012, in the village of Khashamir in Yemen, killing his brother-in-law Salem and his nephew Waleed. "I hated life. I felt that life wasn't worth ...
Jaber, an engineer, spoke to ABC News about the alleged drone strike, which he says took place on Aug. 29, 2012, in the village of Khashamir in Yemen, killing his brother-in-law Salem and his nephew Waleed. "I hated life. I felt that life wasn't worth ...
The remnants of a US drone strike on August 29, 2012 in Khashamir, Yemen. The strike killed three alleged members of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, a policeman, and a cleric who preached against the armed group.
... melakukan sesuatu yang salah, dan saya tidak pernah diberi penjelasan mengapa," kata Faisal bin Ali Jaber (58), warga Yaman yang keponakan dan sepupunya tewas ketika drone AS menyerang sebuah pesta pernikahan pada 2012 di desa Khashamir.
... killed in a strike despite never having done anything wrong, and I've never been given an explanation as to why," said Faisal bin Ali Jaber, whose nephew and cousin were killed when a US drone struck a wedding in 2012 in Yemen's Khashamir village.
A lawsuit filed last year in Germany focuses on a drone attack in eastern Yemen on August 29, 2012, that killed two members of the Bin Ali Jaber family, which had gathered in the village of Khashamir to celebrate a wedding. "Were it not for the help of ...
Jaber said Salem had given a sermon in Khashamir to denounce al-Qaida's ideology. Days later, he met several men who came to the village, and brought Waleed in case anything went wrong.
Not long after a U.S. drone strike killed his brother-in-law and a nephew in a village in central Yemen, Faisal bin Ali Jaber received a phone call from a Yemeni government official.


 

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