No skeptic can deny the real role of the Liberation Front and the National Front in the struggle and their prominent role in making the revolution and formula of liberation from the clutches of the usurping colonialist who remained for almost a century and a quarter and a half.
The October Revolution, which culminated in the November victory, was not the work of an individual or a party, but rather a combination of the tireless and continuous struggle of the people of South Yemen, whose struggle resulted in the emergence of the revolutionary forces and the workers and students movements that presented the first student martyr in the Aden demonstrations in 1956 AD, demanding the departure of the usurping colonialist, and with the continuation of the armed struggle. Internally, the National Front was formed, led by Qahtan al-Sha’. bi, and the Liberation Front, led by Abdel-Qawi Makkawi, under the patronage of Abdel Nasser of Cairo, which continued to provide moral and logistical support, because it was a champion of the Arab movement that became a revolutionary tide against the colonial presence. in that historical era.
With the nearness of victory, which is a partnership between the National Front and the Liberation Front, which merged, by order of Cairo, in the Southern Filosi Liberation Front, which is the harvest of the popular, worker, student and women’s alliance, the nationalists raised the need to hide victory and wage a war of exclusion from the armed combat partner, the Liberation Front, and engage in a fierce war against them and persecute their leaders after their victory. In June of the year 66 AD it took control of Aden and the inner cities of the country, and the leaders of the Liberation Front fled to North Yemen, some of them settled in Cairo, and some of them were subjected to arrest and assassination.
After the National Front took sole control of the country and took over the essential economic and administrative facilities and eliminated the liberals, it could not get rid of its habit of exclusion because some of the nationalist leaders took control and started practicing. exclusion within the framework of its organization. It rebelled against Qahtan al-Shaabi, the leader of the movement, and put him under mandatory arrest. Later it rebelled against Salem Rabie. It excluded him by execution without trial, and continued the exclusion until it eliminated any leadership that tried to follow a policy that contradicted the policy of the nationalist group that seized power and retained the leadership of the army and the Ministry of Interior to exercise the role of guardian over the regime and all who did not like it. it, so it excluded him without concern for the deterioration of the situation while it was at the top, practicing its hobby. In exclusion.
What the country has achieved at the present time is nothing but the product of a policy of tyranny and exclusion that has led the country to ill-conceived unity.
The nationalists, regardless of how their names differed later according to each stage, are socialist republicans who are directly or indirectly responsible for the deterioration of the country, and whose descendants continue to follow the same example of tyranny, exclusion and rejection of others.