My Favorite Quotes
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 Joe Masleh - “We accomplished what we came here to do due to great senior leadership.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “The US has not imposed democracy in Yemen, its people have.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “Regarding Syria, we already call for dialogue between Syria and all parties concerned, in order to avoid any kind of escalation in the region which may expose the whole area to chaos.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “Further more Yemen is leading pioneer in democratic practice, lots of brothers and friends testified on that.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “We have new developing ties with Japan whom always supports our democratic process and economic development.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “That can be achieved by termination of Israeli occupation to the territories according to the international resolutions related, so the Palestinian State can be establish with Jerusalem as capital for such State.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “On outside we are satisfied with the escalating development of our relations with France, and the French role in stabilization in our area.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “Our talks in Paris tackled economic, democratic, security and political issues we talked on means for combating terrorism, in addition to latest regional and international developments of mutual interest, especially those in region.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “We will fight hostage taking like we fight terrorism.”
 Ted Leh - “Every time you get a stock market (boom) like the 90s', people get very short-sighted and greedy.”
 Joe Masleh - “Regan Mooney stepped up big time for us in the first half with 12 points while Ryan and Rayne were struggling. Ball handling, rebounds. That was a very big help. Usually when Ryan and Rayne struggle, no one steps up. She took it upon herself. And Mary Kate Brady hit the boards, scored 10 points. That's what has to happen. The other kids have to step up.”
 Mohammed Saleh - “TAIB is proud to continue the tradition of pioneering and innovative instruments that provide superior returns to investors.”
 Ted Leh - “Weekly earnings growth has been steadily declining. ... It's not dire yet, but clearly it's not helpful, and it's caused us (Americans) to have negative saving rates. People have poured all of their money from the stock market into housing. ... If the housing (market) busts it will get ugly fast.”
 Nashwa Saleh - “Small investors who entered the market on the back of last year's spectacular gains lack any background of investing in shares. If they are looking for a guaranteed return they should look elsewhere than the risky stock market. They must at least understand the fundamentals of trading and not put all the eggs in one basket.”
 Mohammed Saleh - “The real issue behind the canal, ... is the water quality and the environmental impact.”
 Ibtesam Saleh - “We'd like to have more security guards and know we're safe in the school. If there was a way of having policemen in the classroom, that would be wonderful.”
 Mohammed Saleh - “He was not feeling that well, but he came to teach us. People had to help him walk the stairs.”
 Barham Saleh - “Sunnis have concerns about a few issues, one of which is the modality of federalism. They have dropped their opposition to the principle of federalism,”
 Joe Masleh - “We honestly felt we could beat them this year. I don't know if the way we finished the first half hurt us. Maybe we thought it would be easy. We just did not come to play in the fourth quarter.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “Iraq may get peace and stability through restoring it's sovereignty under participation of all Iraqi factions and sectarian groups, who must rebuild a new democratic, free and independent Iraq.”
 Barham Saleh - “Regrettably we were not able to reach a draft we could all agree on.”
 Barham Saleh - “I recognize there is discontent - for political reform, for the need for fighting corruption, for improving services. But that can not justify this violence of a few.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “In order every one in our homeland learns principles of democracy and the peaceful transition of power, and in order to stabilize and develop multiple choices in democratic practice.”
 Joe Masleh - “Mentally, our girls weren't there. We were a step behind defensively and offensively we were in a panic. We made bad panic passes. But give Spring-Ford credit. They caused those things. We didn't react as individuals.”
 Ali A. Saleh - “Democracy in Yemen did not stop, instead it is in a continuous development, there is no other way to follow rather than democracy, it is our national way for building up our country, it was not imposed on us by others.”

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