[waitingforcorrection: invalid GUID, no audio attached] Yemen's political crisis is deepening, as President Ali Abdullah Saleh warns he will stand down, but only in his own time. Saleh's about-face follows an agreement – announced just days ago – that he would quit in a month in exchange for immunity. The president's comments created divisions within Yemen's opposition, with some ready to make a deal and others questioning the president's honesty. Yemeni Opposition leader, Mohammed Alil AboLahoum, says that demonstrations would continue until Saleh quit. To make sense of the situation, we're joined by Gregory Johnsen, a Yemen expert at Princeton University, and Raja Althaibani, a 24 year old Yemeni American from Brooklyn, who is currently in Yemen.