Committee to Protect JournalistsAccess to U.S. journalist Jane Novak’s Web site, Armiesofliberation, which is frequently critical of the Yemeni government, was repeatedly blocked inside Yemen.
Yemen Observer The security source said that the captured elements’ confessions disclosed that they used to write reports about public opinion trends and sent them together with some photographs to Abdulmalik al-Huthi and external journalists, particularly to the American journalist Jane Novak.
The New York Times Ms. Novak’s perpetual harping on these themes appears to infuriate the Yemeni authorities.
Yemen Times Jane Novak, an American researcher, interviewed Hashid, addressing issues related to human rights, freedom, prisons, and inmates in Yemen. The interview was downloaded onto many news websites, enraging a lot of people.
Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Swiss For the Yemeni government, she has become something like enemy of the state number one.
Expresso, Portugal But thousands of miles away in a land where ever was, all readers of newspapers know who Jane is. In Yemen, Jane has become a nightmare for the regime.
Annabelle, Switzerland She re-checks the information, fitting all these pieces together into an overall picture puzzle that results in an extremely precise view of the mysterious interior of Yemen.
Abdulkarim al Khaiwani @ Oslo Freedom Forum 2010 (video) Jane has a full and sophisticated understanding of the government's true nature.
Aden News Agency Jane Novak is a name that has become coupled with Yemen, not Yemen that is known as it is known by those who doesn't know it, but Yemen as it known by its people.
Gary Swenchonis Sr. Jane was instrumental in helping my wife and myself in many of our successes that we have had since attempting to hold our own government responsible for the promises that they all made to the murdered sailors and the surviving crew of the USS Cole. She helped us achieve a small measure of justice.
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