In Yemen, female activist strives for an Egypt-like revolution

Sudarsan Raghavan writes for The Washington Post: “In a nation where women are considered second-class citizens, [Tawakkol] Karman is determined to produce a nonviolent Egypt-style revolution. . . . As the nation’s most vocal and well-known activist, the 32-year-old mother of three is helping to shatter perceptions of women in this conservative society, while emboldening a new generation of Yemenis to demand an end to President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s three-decade-long grip on this country.”