Yaf


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(yäf)
imp.1.Gave. See Give.
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It is not as rich as YAF or the Leadership Institute, but its membership is illustrious and links conservative students who wish to be journalists with high-profile outlets like National Review and Weekly Standard.
Its military might came from an alliance with General Ali Muhsen al-Ahmar, who held the loyalty of key YAF brigades, but has fled to Saudi Arabia.
Abdul-Malek was said to have been heavily injured during a YAF air raid on Sa'da in December 2009, a claim denied by a government spokesman.
In May 2012, the YAF, supported by elements of the United States Armed Forces, launched an offensive that relied heavily on tribal militias.
There are reports in Aden Post that Iranian crews and technicians have been sent to Sanaa International Airport, as effective safeguards of YAF air assets.
On the YAF and Agnew, see "The Agnew Song," The Party of the Right Songbook, May 1971, YAF Collection, Hoover Institution Archives, Stanfold, CA; "Agnew in '76?
YAF recorded profit before tax of pounds 208,000 on revenues of pounds 9.
It wasn't until the College Republicans dispatched a record-breaking number of student volunteers to the 2004 Bush campaign that Democrats and fractured liberal interests tried to get off the bench in the campus organizing game, a full generation after groups like YAF had already run off with the ball.
But the ties go deeper: Ron Robinson, current president of YAF, is married to Easton, current president of the Luce Policy Institute.
The YAF began in 1960 as a counterbalance to what was deemed as the overwhelming hold that "liberalism" had on the United States.
Los Angeles police officers arrested one man for beating YAF Director Darren Marks over the head with a placard.