Hitch your wagon to a star
The remains of the leader Abdel Fattah Ismail
Similar to Christ’s story of migrating to Egypt during King Herod’s reign, Abdel Fattah Ismail’s feet were stirred for refuge when he migrated from Hephan to Aden. He fled from oppression of the North Yemen regime, and due to the effects of wars during the struggle for independence. His soul finally rested in heaven on January 13th, 1986, but nobody knows where his body’s final resting place. The second coming of Jesus Christ has the best connections to his fate. May his soul rest in peace.
In the history of mankind, his biography for redemption was punctuated by the birth of Christ. When God raised him to Heaven, the upper and lower classes of mankind became a new generation of equality. Abdel-Fattah Ismail knew the truth, but his poetry was written in his local accent, we who flounder today in conveying messages from the dark parts of this world, are the writers and thinkers of the world who now can reveal the local ideas from those parts of the world that were not exposed. He is from Al-Ajabra, a region very close to Aden, which has the highest educated population and where the educated elite are residents. He is the one who liberated Yemen, as one of the pioneers of the foundations of the state, which is feared by his nation, and equally the whole Yemen.
Abdel Fattah Ismail - born in the Al-Hojariia, is one of the militants of the revolution of September 26th, 1962 to October 14, 1963, and founder of the Yemeni Socialist Party. And the third president that governs the southern part of Yemen.