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please eagle tell me this has nothing to do with amerikkka as well!!!

please MO stop blaming every thing on america, america is a force of good in the world and a true guardian of democracy and human rights. how dare you say they had something to do with the condition the mideast is in now and has been in the last 60 some years.


lol sry just wanted to know what it feels like to be in denial for a little bit  ;)


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Interesting blog post revealing the arrogant nature of the Khalifa family: http://thegrumpyowl.com/2011/02/18/bahrain-antoinette-let-them-eat-lol/

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please MO stop blaming every thing on america, america is a force of good in the world and a true guardian of democracy and human rights. how dare you say they had something to do with the condition the mideast is in now and has been in the last 60 some years.


lol sry just wanted to know what it feels like to be in denial for a little bit  ;)


damn I felt offended in the beginning bro lol! it must feel good to be in denial, lol I can imagine how it feels like to just debunk everything and anything honest into only a theory!
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Interesting blog post revealing the arrogant nature of the Khalifa family: http://thegrumpyowl.com/2011/02/18/bahrain-antoinette-let-them-eat-lol/
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man that really upset me! I couldnt finish reading what the bit$h had to say!shame on her! halal to cut her head off with a dirty blade this shaytan!

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Interesting blog post revealing the arrogant nature of the Khalifa family: http://thegrumpyowl.com/2011/02/18/bahrain-antoinette-let-them-eat-lol/

What a bunch of arrogant snubs. I hope they all live poor and in exsile for the rest of their natural lives. Also that poor guy (the picture) was shot from the back of the head. May the royal family pay for all those crimes.
There are times like these where the resolve of a Nation is shown clearly to the world. Oh this great Nation of Iran together with its proud citizens showed the world that when the Silent Majority gets rattled the world better pay attention:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ls4I37lQrw&feature=player_embedded#at=42  2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbYqckFvUJI&feature=player_embedded   2010

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This brings back sooooo much memory and tears to my eyes.
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If/when Bahrain's ruling family fall, the US 5th fleet will also have to go which also means the house of Saud will eventually collapse...Hence, the US will try and do all they can to prevent Bahrain from falling.It's a whole house of cards type of empire - Just not sustainable..Just my two cents..
Last Edit: February 28, 2011, 07:02:42 AM by reza18

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'Saudi Arabia sends tanks to Bahrain'
Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:42PM


Saudi Arabia is sending some 30 tanks to Bahrain which were sighted late Monday along the King Fahd causeway linking the two countries, witnesses say.


Pro-democracy protests in Bahrain have shown no sign of decline after almost two weeks. The protesters are demanding the resignation of the government, constitutional reforms and the king's abdication.

Witnesses said that the causeway was blocked as "15 tank carriers carrying two tanks each were heading towards Bahrain," Egypt's al-Masry al-Youm daily reported in its latest edition.

Given the popular protests in the Persian Gulf kingdom, the transfer of the military hardware from Saudi Arabia to Bahrain seems highly unusual, commuters traveling along the 25-km causeway said.

The development follows a decision by the Bahraini military on Saturday to withdraw their vehicles out of the capital's Pearl Square after a deadly police attack on protesters, a condition the opposition had set to begin talks.

The arrival of tanks from Saudi Arabia also occurs on the eve of yet another scheduled pro-democracy rally on Tuesday organized by the Bahraini opposition and protesters in Manama's flashpoint Pearl Square.

Massive protests in Bahrain, which hosts the US Navy's Fifth Fleet in the region, have shown no sign of a decline after almost two weeks.

The protesters are demanding the resignation of the government, constitutional reforms and the king's abdication.

Fears of Saudi intervention in the ongoing Bahraini uprising first came to the fore last week when unconfirmed reports emerged on Wednesday.

Saudi officials had reportedly told US authorities that they were "prepared to intervene" should such a move prove necessary to protect Bahrain's embattled government.

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http://www.presstv.ir/detail/167565.html

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Bahraini Shia Opposition Leader: If Saudi Military Intervene in Bahrain Affairs, We Ask Help from Iran

Bahraini protesters in response to the news that if Saudi military intervene in the internal affairs of Bahrain for the suppression of popular protests, announced that they probably will seek help from Iran to respond to any intervention.

Bahraini protesters in response to the news that if Saudi military intervene in the internal affairs of Bahrain for the suppression of popular protests, announced that they probably will seek help from Iran to respond to any intervention.
The Shiiite leader of Haq Movement (Right Mov.), the main opposition movement in Bahrain, Hassan Mushaima,  who returned in Manama after years in exile said: "If Saudi military interfere in the internal affairs of Bahrain, in this case Iranian army has right to interfere Bahrain affairs to support protesters.
"If Bahrain's ruling system resorting help from Saudi Arabia, in this case it is the right of opposition groups to appeal for help from Iran" Mushaima said in an interview with Alakhbar newspaper.
Mshym Affairs said even spiritual intervention also involved in the affairs of a country is a country, let alone military intervention that has its place. He often through military intervention Persian Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (An incomplete reference was completed) are carried out.

http://www.abna.ir/data.asp?lang=3&id=228913

oooohhhhhh this is getting interesting.

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oooohhhhhh this is getting interesting.


And i hope Iran responds!

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I doubt the Saudis will intervene..it's all for show..They have enough problems at home.The sad part is, all their oil regions are under Shia majority areas. Any intervention will be very messy...Very messy!!!

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Bahrain roaring with overdue revolution
Sun Feb 27, 2011 11:32AM
By Kian Mokhtari


British Colonel Ian Henderson, working as an advisor to Bahrain's king Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa.


"Many Bahrainis blame British national Ian Henderson for the recent violent crackdown on thousands of pro-democracy protesters" and not without good reason.


From Africa to the Middle East, over the last fifty years, wherever Britain's Colonel Ian Henderson has lent a hand to oppressive regimes, reports have emerged of physical, psychological and sexual abuse of political detainees.

Mr. Henderson's line of work is to suffocate the cries for justice. Mind you he is certainly not the first, nor will he be the last for as long as humanity takes pleasure in inflicting pain on its own. Ian Henderson's connection with Bahrain goes way back a long way.

He served as the head of Bahrain's state security for thirty years until 1998. During his time in the post, he got fabulously rich through introduction of torture techniques to take the edge off the dissenting Bahraini voices. Dozens of reports have been made about his ill treatment of political prisoners to the UN, but to date, none have been acted on by the world body -probably because there's no money in it.

Ian Henderson physically took part and pleasure in the gruesome proceedings of his deviant practices as many older Bahraini Shia citizens would certify.

In his advanced years now, the aging sadist is grimly hanging on as advisor to his raggedy-headed majesty, king Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa.

And wouldn't you know it the all out assault on Bahraini Capital Manama's Pearl Square by the Bahraini army had in fact been planned by Mr. Henderson. The crackdown left seven dead and hundreds of others wounded. People where even shot at with large caliber machine guns as they made their way to the hospital to find their friends and loved ones.

The raggedy king, whose name and title is longer than Bahrain's coastline, praised his murderous mercenaries for killing his dissenting subjects after the military assault on Pearl Square.

But the demonstrators have seen it all before, especially during the 1980s when the Shia population was mercilessly "put into its place" by Isa al-Khalifa's torturers. The Bahraini people now want king Isa bin whatever, to end his cruel imposition on the Persian Gulf Island. The freeloading, out of touch and glove puppet raggedy doll monarch must vacate his many palaces and take off.

Meanwhile a good cop, bad cop routine -probably also devised by Mr. Henderson- has come into play. The Bahraini Crown Prince Sheikh Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa -al-whatever feels good- "graciously" stepped in and ordered the army to leave Pearl Square.

This is absurd.

So where was the supposedly reform-minded prince all these years? Womanizing abroad or at home like many other raggedy-phony princes from propped up raggedy monarchies in that part of the world?

In any case, the Crown Prince Sheikh Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa is said to have ordered the military to withdraw from the streets.

However shortly afterwards, protesters stormed the square and took it back. The police fired round after round of teargas and rubber bullets. In fact so much was fired at the protesters that the police ran out of ammunition. And then the "police surrendered."

At this moment his raggedy majesty, king Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa is attempting to hold national dialogue with a nation he has never legitimately ruled over.

This in utter desperation is to hang on to his sorry throne.

The streets of Bahrain's capital, Manama are roaring with the sounds of a very long overdue revolution. Massacres of the innocent, torture by hired mercenary deviants like Henderson or heavy police and army crackdowns will no longer suffice. The king is a lost cause and princes from his "right royal household" also must lend an ear to the people's calls for justice.

The people of Bahrain would be well advised to make the necessary arrangements for a government of the people, by the people, for the people. Raggedy, glove-puppet, Western oriented Sheikhdoms are an embarrassment.

KM/PKH


http://www.presstv.ir/detail/167318.html

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Jews prepare to migrate in mass to Romania in next years, according to last rumors, saying a war is going to start in Middle East. I wonder as Romanian, what reaction we Romanian will have at that moment, when millions of Jews will settle in Romania in order to save from death... in case of a war. Already 500.000 Jews from Israel have Romanian ID cards and the authorities consider them as Romanian citizens.

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Jews prepare to migrate in mass to Romania in next years, according to last rumors, saying a war is going to start in Middle East. I wonder as Romanian, what reaction we Romanian will have at that moment, when millions of Jews will settle in Romania in order to save from death... in case of a war. Already 500.000 Jews from Israel have Romanian ID cards and the authorities consider them as Romanian citizens.
how accurate is this info?

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Bahrain activists threatened with 'death'

As mass anti-government protests continue in Bahrain, prominent human rights activists in the kingdom say they have received death threats through Facebook from anonymous groups.

Rupert Colville of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Friday that messages published on Facebook and other social networks threatened to kill Mohammed al-Maskati and Naji Fateel of the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights, as well as Abdulhadi al-Khawaja of Human Rights Defenders, all of whom they branded as 'traitors,' a Press TV correspondent reported.

According to Colville, the death threats provide detailed information about how to track the activists and showed their photos, addresses, telephone numbers, personal identification card numbers and the model of their cars.

He also voiced UN's grave concern about the activists' security and urged the Bahraini officials to protect them.

The civil activists accuse the government of being behind the threats. A government spokesman, however, denied the allegation.

On Friday, Bahraini police opened fire on anti-government protesters heading toward the Royal Court in the capital city of Manama, injuring over 770 persons. Of those, 107 sustained injuries serious enough to require hospitalization.

The violence occurred as protesters marched on the Royal Court en masse amid tight security in the town of Riffa, a residential area where the ruling Al Khalifah family live, the Bahraini Health Ministry said.

Roughly 8,000 people marched toward the Royal Court to force the kingdom to respond to the people's demands.

Thousands of women joined the protesters to demand an end to King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah's rule.

They also called for the ouster of the government and said they want a new constitution.

But they were suddenly faced by hundreds of pro-government forces -- security and civilian -- carrying swords, hatchets, metal pieces, cricket instruments, and pieces of wood with nails hammered into them.

Earlier, the government described the rally as a security threat. Manama also warned organizers and participants that they would be held responsible for any unrest in the country.

Government officials have denied the reports that the security forces used live ammunition and that people inhaled tear gas to the point of suffocation.

Riffa is just over 12 miles (20 kilometers) southwest of the capital, Manama, where anti-government demonstrators have been protesting in Pearl Square since February 14.

http://presstv.com/detail/169472.html

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Bahrain, Oman to get $20bn amid unrest

Foreign ministers of the Persian Gulf littoral states pledge USD 20 billion in financial aid to Bahrain and Oman, warning against foreign meddling at a time when both countries are struggling with popular uprisings.

Growing protests in Bahrain and Oman have rattled the other members of the six-nation [Persian] Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (An incomplete reference was completed), raising concerns that Middle East uprisings would affect OPEC members, reported Morning Star Online.

The council pledged the USD 20 billion in aid over 10 years to be split between the two nations, said the United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan.

The foreign ministers meeting in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, also issued a statement warning that they would not allow foreign interference in their affairs.

Bahrain and Oman have tried to allay discontent in their countries through a variety of economic measures, but neither country has the economic firepower or oil wealth of the other members of the council such as Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar and Kuwait.

The combined economies of Bahrain and Oman are less than one-fifth of that of Saudi Arabia and the aid package would be a major boost for their budgets.

The money will be enough to allow Oman and Bahrain to press ahead more aggressively with long-needed social initiatives.

http://presstv.com/detail/169600.html

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Bahraini protesters surround palace

Tens of thousands of people in Bahrain have surrounded the Safriyah Palace to demand an end to the monarchy.

Nurses and doctors are standing by for any possible violence. This is the latest in a wave of anti-government protests against the rule of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, The Associated Press reported.

The protest on Saturday comes a day after police -- with the help of pro-government vigilantes -- used teargas against mostly Shia, anti-government protesters. Over 700 people were injured as they marched towards the Royal Court in the capital Manama.

Meanwhile, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates visited the capital after attending a NATO defense ministers meeting in Brussels. Gates met with King Hamad and Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa on Saturday to reassure the monarchy of the United States' full support.

"I told both the king and the crown prince that across the region I did not believe there could be a return to the status quo," Gates said. "Obviously, leading reform and being responsive is the way we would like to see this unfold," he added.

The visit comes two weeks after the highest-ranking officer in the US military, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen, stopped in Manama, which is home to the US Navy's Fifth Fleet.

Bahrainis have been staging protests since mid-February, demanding the resignation of King Hamad and constitutional reforms to the Sunni-led government. They also want free and fair elections as well as the release of political prisoners.

http://presstv.com/detail/169571.html

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The Saudi National Guards are about to enter Bahrain according to the British Government:

http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/travel-and-living-abroad/travel-advice-by-country/middle-east-north-africa/bahrain

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Face To Face Shoting in bahrain- alwefaqtube
the bastards shot him 3 times!!!! WTF!!! once in the leg, once in the stomach and once in the face!!!

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